AnnouncementJune 27, 2013
For 10 years, the NIGMS National Centers for Systems Biology (NCSB) program has enabled pioneering research, research training, education and outreach programs focused on systems-level inquiries of biomedical phenomena within the NIGMS mission.
Currently, the program funds 15 centers that are focused on molecular and cellular biology, genetics, pharmacology and physiology. The centers have advanced research in these scientific areas and have significantly contributed to the development of systems biology courses, graduate programs and departments at institutions across the nation, supporting and further building research teams that integrate expertise across traditional disciplinary boundaries.
To mark the program's anniversary, NIGMS is hosting special centers meeting to inform the broader scientific community about the status and achievements of the program. In addition to presentations highlighting each center’s activities, the agenda includes a plenary talk by Arthur D. Lander, M.D., Ph.D., of the University of California, Irvine, titled "Lighting the Way: Ten Years of National Centers for Systems Biology," and presentations by young scientists whose careers have been impacted by the program.
The meeting, which is free and open to all, will be held on July 11-12 in the Natcher Conference Center on the NIH campus.
Here are a few examples of how the research being conducted by the NIGMS-funded systems biology centers is advancing our knowledge in a broad range of scientific areas:
For more highlights, including a recent award from Science magazine for an online computational biology course from the Center for Genome Dynamics, see the NCSB news page. An array of databases, software and other resources, including training materials, developed by the centers are available for use through the NCSB portal (no longer available).
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