• Robust and tunable circadian rhythms
  • A Comprehensive Nuclear Receptor Network for Breast Cancer Cells
  • Studying the Microbiology of the Indoor Environment
  • Conte Center Projects
  • Gene Dosage Tips Balance for Cancer in Flies and Humans
  • Chicago Center for Systems Biology Core Projects
  • 6th Annual IGSB Retreat - September 15-17, 2013; St. Charles IL
  • Beehive Glue Stops Prostate Cancer in Mice - Read More >

Latest News

REU Student Projects & Training

Seven undergraduates in the Conte Center’s Computational Neuropsychiatric Genomics REU Program and four undergraduates in the Chicago Center for Systems Biology’s REU Program are working on summer research projects. Both REU groups participated in a journal club at the University of Chicago’s Quad Club.

Mike Rust Honored by Being Named a Pew Scholar

IGSB Core Member, Mike Rust, was
honored today by being named a Pew
Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences by the
Pew Charitable Trusts. Pew Scholars are
selected by a national advisory committee.
They receive flexible funding over four
years to seed innovation at the start of
independent research careers.

Big Data Versus the Big C

IGSB investigators Bob Grossman and Megan McNerney
are highlighted in an Outlook Cancer: Bioinformatics profile in the May 29, 2014 issue of Nature.

IGSB Core Member Co-Authors Paper

Barbara Stranger and her lab led analyses of data published in the journal, Science. The report, “Polarization of the Effects of Autoimmune and Neurodegenerative Risk Alleles in Leukocytes,” demonstrates how genetic variations among healthy, young individuals can influence immune cell function. Many of those variants are also genetic risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, and multiple sclerosis later in life, offering new insight into disease pathology.

Open Science Data Cloud – Partnerships for International Research & Education

TRAVEL ABROAD WHILE RESEARCHING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGIES IN CLOUD COMPUTING WITH NSF FUNDED OSDC-PIRE FELLOWSHIP                                                             DEADLINE: April 30, 2014

The Open Science Data Cloud PIRE project provides international research and education experiences through training and study at universities and research institutes around the world with leading scientists in computing. Increase your expertise in managing and analyzing data.

IGSB Summer High School Student Accepted to Attend UChicago

Madison Olmsted, from Rio Americano High School in Sacramento, California, participated in a Research in Biological Sciences, Part 2 (RIBS-2) program in Kevin White’s lab last summer. 

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