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Contemporary knowledge in biology has greatly benefited from a reductionist approach that studies intracellular molecules and signaling pathways in isolation. However, cells and signaling pathways do not act in isolation but interact with each other in specific networks or systems that constitute a complete organism. Systems biology provides the tools to study the system as a whole. These tools include proteomics, genomics, bioinformatics, as well as computer software that simulate these systems.

The WVU Systems Biology Initiative (SyBI) fosters cross disciplinary collaboration between the biomedical sciences and a variety of other disciplines, including social, physical, mathematical, agricultural and engineering sciences that are important adjuncts to understanding biology in a systems context.

 

 

Dominion Post Reports on WVU Systems Biology

September 5, 2004 -
 Cutting Edge Science

September 13, 2004 -
Research Program Spreads Its Wings Across University

 

 


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John B. Barnett, Ph.D.
Director
West Virginia University Systems Biology
P.O. Box 9178

Morgantown, WV
26506-9178


Phone: 304-293-2649
Fax: 304-293-6846


jbarnett@hsc.wvu.edu

For general information-Contact

Tammy Miller
Administrative Assistant
P.O. Box 9178
Morgantown, WV 26506-9178


Phone: 304-293-2495
Fax: 304-293-6846


tsmiller@hsc.wvu.edu

WVU Research Corporations Systems Biology and CIIT Centers for Health Research
announces the
2005 Conference
on
The Application of Systems Biology Methodologies to Environmental Research

August 1-3

Radisson Hotel & Conference Center

Morgantown, WV

(Click Here
To Register Online)

 

 

WVU Research Corporations Systems Biology
Seminar

 


FALL SEMINAR SCHEDULE TO BE ANNOUNCED


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