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Meyer Lab at UCLA

We pair experiments with data-driven modeling to learn about cancer biology and innate immune signaling. This combination is necessary and synergistic: models in systems biology are only as good as the information used to assemble them. As our understanding of biology begins to assemble from information about single proteins, we need quantitative models to understand and even communicate these complex processes.



Welcome to Cyrillus Tan, who is joining the lab for his Ph.D.! Cyrillus is a student in the bioinformatics program, with a background in computer science.

Thanks to the UCLA Hellman Fellows Program for supporting the lab! These funds will go toward supporting our antibody engineering work.

Dr. Meyer spoke about the lab’s work to model antibody effector cell responses at the second annual Antibodies and Complement Conference.

Drs. Meyer and Bae will present at the CSBC’s Inaugural West Coast Symposium.

Congratulations Ryan R on receiving an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!

The lab has entered a research agreement with Visterra, Inc., to apply a model of the common gamma-chain family cytokines for engineering ligands with new functions. We’re especially excited to turn models into engineered drugs!

Dr. Meyer will talk about the lab’s efforts for engineering the activity of large receptor families at OHSU’s Biomedical Engineering Department.

Dr. Meyer will talk about the lab’s efforts to enable large receptor family mapping and manipulation at UIUC’s Department of Bioengineering.

Welcome to the first Ph.D. students of the lab, Farnaz Mohammadi and Marc Creixell! Farnaz is joining from University of Tehran where she studied biomedical engineering, and Marc from Imperial College London and MIT where he completed his masters in biomedical sciences.

Congratulations to Ali Farhat on winning a Rose Hills Foundation Fellowship!

Congratulations to Adam Weiner on winning a prize from the UCLA Internet Research Initiative!

Dr. Meyer will talk about the lab’s efforts to engineer antibody effector function at UC Riverside’s Department of Bioengineering.

Dr. Meyer will speak about the lab’s progress in elucidating and targeting TAM receptor signaling at University of Bergen’s Centre for Cancer Biomarkers series.



Meyer Lab
University of California, Los Angeles
5031 Engineering V
Los Angeles, CA 90095


Aaron Meyer
Department of Bioengineering at UCLA
4121G Engineering V
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Phone: (310) 794-4821