Andrea De Martino
Soft & Living Matter Lab
NANOTEC/CNR

currently on leave at
Human Genetics Foundation

andrea.demartino@roma1.infn.it


I'm interested in biological physics, especially in the area between statistical physics and biology. In the past, I've worked on the statistical mechanics of games with learning and economic systems. I'm currently at HuGeF's Computational Biology Unit.

Latest article(s)

  • A yield-cost tradeoff governs Escherichia coli’s decision between fermentation and respiration in carbon-limited growth, arXiv/bioRxiv

  • Quantifying the entropic cost of cellular growth control, arXiv/bioRxiv

  • Independent channels for miRNA biosynthesis ensure efficient static and dynamic control in the regulation of the early stages of myogenesis, submitted

  • Microenvironmental cooperation promotes early spread and bistability of a Warburg-like phenotype, arXiv

  • Translating ceRNA susceptibilities into correlation functions, arXiv/bioRxiv

  • ceRNA crosstalk stabilizes protein expression and affects the correlation pattern of interacting proteins, Sci Rep

Recent work (selected)

Funding (main)

  • INFERNET (MSCA RISE, 2017–2021)

  • NETADIS (MSCA ITN, 2012–2016)

  • IIT@Sapienza, Ctr for Life Nano Science (2012– )

  • PRIN ‘‘Meccanica statistica dei sistemi disordinati e complessi’’ (2012–2015)

  • DREAM (IIT Seed Project, 2010–2013)