I am now an assistant professor at the University of Idaho, Moscow.
I completed my PhD in Computer Science at Brandeis University with Jordan Pollack, and postdoctoral fellowship in the Computational Biology Laboratory, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School with Katie Bentley.
Research: computational methods in the study of biological and physical processes
"Configurable NOR Gate Arrays from Belousov-Zhabotinsky Micro-droplets" was accepted at EPJ:ST! Chemical computation from theory (Heymann et al., 2010) to experimental realization (Wang et al., 2016).
Selected publications:Temporal modulation of collective cell behavior controls vascular network topology
Kur, E., Kim, J., Tata, A., Comin, C. H., Harrington, K. I., Costa, L, Bentley, K., Gu, C. (2016) pdf
Configurable NOR Gate Arrays from Belousov-Zhabotinsky Micro-droplets
Wang, A. L., J. M. Gold, N. Tompkins, M. Heymann, K. I. Harrington, and S. Fraden (2016) pdf
A Circuit Basis for Morphogenesis
Harrington, K. I. S. (2016) pdf
Gene Regulatory Network Evolution Through Augmenting Topologies
Cussat-Blanc, S., K. Harrington, and J. Pollack (2015) pdf
Coevolution in Hide and Seek: Camouflage and Vision
Harrington, K., J. Freeman, and J. Pollack (2014) pdf
Can active perception generate bistability? Heterogeneous collective dynamics and vascular patterning
Bentley, K., K. Harrington, and E. R. Regan (2014) pdf
Eco-evolutionary dynamics of complex social strategies in microbial communities
Harrington, K., and Sanchez, A. (2014) pdf