I am a research fellow at the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics at Princeton University working on topics in theoretical biophysics and quantitative immunology.

In my work I collaborate with other members of the Princeton Center for the Physics of Biological Function, in particular the theoretical biophysics groups of Profs. Bill Bialek, Curt Callan, and Ned Wingreen.

You can contact me via email or twitter.

You can find me here:

Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
Princeton University
232 Carl Icahn Lab
Princeton, NJ 08544, USA


Selected Publications

MG Gaimann, M Nguyen, J Desponds, A Mayer, Early life imprints the hierarchy of T cell clone sizes, Preprint, 2020.

A Mayer, Y Zhang, AS Perelson, NS Wingreen, Regulation of T cell expansion by antigen presentation dynamics, PNAS, 2019.

A Mayer, O Rivoire, T Mora, and AM Walczak, Diversity of immune strategies explained by adaptation to pathogen statistics, PNAS, 2016.

A Mayer, V Balasubramanian, T Mora, and AM Walczak, How a well-adapted immune system is organized, PNAS, 2015.