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2017/08/30
Guillaume will speak at Cornell University's Biophysics Colloquium.

2017/05/16
Guillaume will talk about synthetic biology and the CRISPR revolution at the Ithaca Science Cabaret.

2017/04/01
Guillaume will be a speaker at the American Society for Microbiology Spring meeting at Michigan State University.

2017/02/21
Guillaume was awarded a 2017 Sloan Research Fellowship!

2017/01/23
Guillaume has started teaching his first class at Cornell, Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanoengineering.

2016/10/21
Guillaume will speak at Université de Montréal for the Physics department colloquium.

2016/10/19
Guillaume will give a Special CPM Seminar at McGill University.

2016/08/23
Guillaume will give the LASSP and A&EP Seminar at Cornell University.

2016/05/06
Read our Cell paper together with the Collins Lab on rapid, low-cost Zika diagnostics.

2016/03/22
Read our paper on the costs of clock-environment misalignment in cyanobacteria, now available on the bioRxiv! UPDATE 08/2016: The paper has now been published in Biophysical Journal, read it here!

2016/03/16-18
Guillaume will be attending the APS March Meeting in Baltimore, MD.

2016/01/03-08
Guillaume will speak at the conference on Populations, Evolution, and Physics at the Aspen Center for Physics.

2015/12/10
Read our recent paper together with the Rust Lab about metabolic entrainment of the circadian clock!

2015/10/28
Guillaume will speak at the Royal Society's International Scientific Seminar on Antimicrobial Resistance at Chicheley Hall, UK

2015/10/15
Lambert Lab website is officially online!

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My name is Guillaume Lambert and I recently joined the department of Applied and Engineering Physics of Cornell University.

My lab uses fundamental physical principles to study biological systems at the single-cell level.

Current research interests include:

  • Antibiotic resistance: emergence, population dynamics, evolution
  • Synthetic biology: engineered genetic circuits in bacteria
  • Systems biology: optimality in gene networks

Please visit our research page or read our latest publications for further information.

Research opportunities: The Lambert Lab is seeking highly motivated graduate students and postdocs. For more information, please email me () or visit the contact page.

People

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Publications

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Research

Antibiotics, synthetic biology, applied biophysics

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