One of the main determinants of the fitness of biological systems is their ability to sense multiple cues from the environment, interpret them correctly and respond accordingly. At the Savir lab, our goal is to study, both experimentally and theoretically, Information processing in biological systems and its failure in aged cells.

We take an interdisciplinary approach and use tools from experimental biology (high throughput setups, microfluidics, genetics), Biophysics and applied math (stochastic processes, mathematical biology) and Engineering (signal processing, deep learning).