Michaëlle Mayalu works in the Murray Group at California Institute of Technology. Her research focuses on mathematical modeling and control theory of synthetic biological systems.
Michaëlle co-chaired the Biological Systems I session at the 2021 European Control Conference (Virtual). Program link.
Michaëlle accepted a position of Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University, starting in Spring 2022. Stanford Profile link.
Michaëlle gave a seminar at Notre Dame Electrical Engineering Department Emerging Frontiers in the System Sciences Seminar.
Michaëlle published a co-authored article in bioRxiv article link.
Michaëlle gave a poster presentation at 8th Annual Winter q-bio conference conference abstract link.
Michaëlle published an article in bioRxiv article link.
Michaëlle gave a seminar at UCLA Samueli Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department announcement link.
Michaëlle published a journal article in PLoS Computational Biology article link.
Michaëlle gave a talk at International Workshop on Control Engineering and Synthetic Biology at Oxford workshop link.
Michaëlle was awarded the 2019 Burroughs Wellcome Fund Postdoctoral enrichement program grant Grant Recipients link.