Professor of Physics & Biophysics
244 Carl C. Icahn Laboratory
Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
Department of Molecular Biology
Princeton Neuroscience Institute
Research in my lab focuses on three key questions in biophysics:
(i) What determines cell shape
(ii) How do cells form complex patterns?
(iii) How are behaviors organized by the brain?
For more information about my laboratory and research see: http://shaevitzlab.princeton.edu
Teaching AY 2018-2019:
- I am on leave Fall 2018.
- ISC233/4 An Integrated, Quantitative Introduction to the Natural Sciences III/IV (Spring)
- Here is my setup for giving online lectures in Zoom due to the COVID-19 outbreak: iPad Zoom Teaching Setup
- I am an academic advisor in Rockefeller College
- Information about doing a JP or senior thesis with me can be found here
See these online listings for a complete list of my publications:
Shaevitz Lab Publications Page
Publications as listed on PubMed
Google Scholar Listing