SEATTLE, WA , March 8, 2010 – The Institute for Systems Biology, an independent, non-profit biomolecular research institute, has received a $6 million gift from a California venture capitalist and philanthropist to support strategic organizational objectives.
The donor, who wishes to remain anonymous, is designating his gift over a period of five years to:
SEATTLE, WA , January 6, 2010 – Institute for Systems Biology research papers have the highest scientific impact in the United States and the third highest in the world, according to a report evaluating research-centered organizations released in December by the SCImago Research Group, based in Spain.
SEATTLE, WA , December 17, 2009 – More than 70 leaders in peroxisome research from 14 nations around the globe gathered at the Institute for Systems Biology recently to share and discuss advances in the understanding of peroxisomes, which are cellular organelles responsible for the metabolism of fatty acids and ridding the cell of toxic materials. Required for life, malfunctioning peroxisomes cause devastating, and often fatal, neuronal and metabolic disorders in infants and children.
ISB Co-founder and Executive Vice President Alan Aderem, PhD, and members of his lab were recently featured in a KCTS 9 Public Television show about Swine Flu and Bird Flu. To find out more about how ISB is helping to address the flu threat,
"I think the thing that is most unique about P4 Medicine is that it will represent a network of networks - genetic networks, molecular networks, cellular networks, tissue networks, individual networks, population networks, social networks."
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