ISB News

‘Fantastic Opportunity:’ ISB’s Scholars Program Offers Transformational Experience for Ambitious College Grads

ISB’s Systems Research Scholars Program (SRSP) is a two-year, fully funded training program for recent college graduates, and is designed to help transform exceptionally talented and ambitions post-baccalaureate students into the next generation’s pioneers of interdisciplinary research.

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High School Scientist Targets Sepsis, Earns $25,000 Scholarship Along the Way

Sriharshita Musunuri, 17, is looking to find and stop what causes sepsis, the No. 1 killer in U.

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Lessons I Learned from My 17 Years as ISB President

Dr. Lee Hood co-founded Institute for Systems Biology in 2000, and has served as president of the institution since.

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Bench to Blackboard: Q&A with Dr. Colleen Sheridan

Once an immunologist focusing on research at ISB, Dr. Colleen Sheridan followed her passion and became a tenure-track college biology professor focusing on teaching.

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Igniting Curiosity, Catalyzing Change

Inspirational 6th Annual Valerie Logan Luncheon Generates Record $140,000 for ISB Education Programs At the 6th Annual Valerie Logan Luncheon held Thursday, the day’s theme – “Igniting Curiosity, Catalyzing Change” – was evident throughout. Every year, Institute for Systems Biology celebrates Valerie Logan, the founder of the education programs at ISB, and all her work toward providing K-16 professional development for educators, high school STEM curriculum development, undergraduate research internships,…

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Translational Research Fellows Program

ISB, Providence St. Joseph Health Launch Translational Research Fellows Program

ISB and Providence St. Joseph Health are leveraging their respective research and clinical expertise to attract exceptional individuals into the Translational Research Fellows Program, a three-year training program that offers early-stage scientists a chance to jumpstart their careers and provides mentorship from experts in systems biology and clinical research.

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2017 ISB Intern Akanksha Bawa

2017 Undergrad Intern Showcase

Summer 2017 brought a fresh cohort of undergraduate students interested in exploring ISB’s research in the Summer Undergraduate Research Experience Program.

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Inspiring Teachers to Inspire Students

Featured image: ISB’s Dr. Martin Shelton, left, speaks to administrators from the Central Kitsap School District.

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K12 Engineering Scholars Program Seeks Applicants

The UW College of Engineering and ISB’s Logan Center for Education are excited to announce a second year of the K12 Engineering Scholars Program. The program seeks 4th-8th grade teachers of STEM to apply for a summer program.

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ISB High School Intern Gives TEDx Talk

Radhika Dalal, a student at Kamiak High School in Mukilteo, presented a talk at TEDxSnoIsleLibraries on Nov. 18.

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Spotlight: Ivan Esmeral

Ivan Esmeral, one of ISB’s 2016 summer high school interns in the Baliga Lab, was accepted to the University of Pennsylvania under its early decision program. He plans on pursuing a dual degree in systems science and engineering at the Engineering School and economics at the Wharton School.

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ISB Proteomics: Moritz Lab Hosts TPP Workshop in Delhi

A team from the Moritz Lab at ISB headed to Delhi, India, to host a workshop on the Trans-Proteomic Pipeline (TPP). @ISBUSA Luis Mendoza and Dave Campbell open up the TPP course in Delhi India today to teach proteomics from the Moritz Lab.

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Best Ever Valerie Logan Lunch: $120K Raised

The 5th Annual Valerie Logan Luncheon, which took place on Nov. 29, was our most successful yet, having raised $120,000 for ISB’s education programs.

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Logan Center for Education Hosts NGSS Workshop for Principals

ISB’s Logan Center for Education hosted a workshop on Next Generation Science Standards for principals from Puget Sound area schools. Kim Klinke, of the Logan Center, is also a LASER Alliance Director.

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ISB Taps Jamie Creola as New VP of Education

SEATTLE, Nov. 17, 2016 – Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) welcomes Jamie Creola as the Vice President of Education, a new position created to build on the strong and robust foundation that ISB has established as a leader in advocating for equitable science education, quality professional development programs for educators, and implementing next generation science standards.

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Project Feed 1010 High School Interns Launch Video

High school students Linnea Stavney and Ivan Esmeral produced this awesome documentary about their summer internship in our Baliga Lab, where they helped to oversee work related to Project Feed 1010.

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‘Invisible Forest’ Curriculum

By Claudia Ludwig Baliga Lab Education Program Manager The past nine days have been exciting for the Baliga Lab. Dr.

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Intern Notebook: Our First Field Trip

By Isiac Orr ISB High School Intern In an effort to enrich both summer internship programs at ISB and Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI), high school interns from both institutes gathered recently to learn about their respective programs. The interns first met at ISB to get an introduction and take photos.

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