Stanislas Leibler

School of Natural Sciences
Natural Sciences

Stanislas Leibler has made contributions to theoretical and experimental biology, extending the interface between physics and biology to develop new solutions and approaches to problems. Interested in the quantitative description of microbial systems, on both cellular and population levels, Leibler is developing the theoretical and experimental methods necessary for studying the collective behavior of biomolecules, cells, and organisms. By selecting a number of basic questions about how simple genetic and biochemical networks function in bacteria, he and his laboratory colleagues are beginning to understand how individual components can give rise to complex, collective phenomena.

Dates at IAS
  • Natural Sciences
University of Paris Ph.D. (Thèse d'Etat), 1984
University of Paris Ph.D. (Thèse de 3ème cycle), 1981
University of Paris M.S., 1979
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator 2000–01
von Humboldt Fellow and Visiting Scientist, The European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg 1997–98
Rockefeller University Academic Council
Scientific Advisory Board, Systems X—Systems Biology Initiative, ETH Zurich/University of Basel
Scientific Advisory Committee, Bauer Genomics Center, Harvard University
The Rockefeller University, Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research, and Weill Medical College at Cornell University 2003 Tri-Institutional Professor
The Rockefeller University 2001 Gladys T. Perkin Professor and Head of Laboratory
Princeton University 1992–2001 Professor