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The Stanford Center for Systems Biology is now accepting Student and Post Doc Applications for the 5th Annual Systems Biology Seed Grant Funding opportunity. For more information please view the Funding Page.

Funding Amount: $25,00 per team (up to 4 teams will be funded)

Deadline: Thursday, June 8, 2017 at 5pm

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2016 - 2017: Frontiers in Quantitative Biology Seminar Series

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November 3, 2016: Special Seminar, Prof. Corrado Priami

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une 28-29th, 2016: SCSB's 1st Annual Retreat, (overnight)

Held at the Presentation Center, Los Gatos Hills
*Program and Pictures Below:


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August 5, 2016: Seed Grant Awardees Year 4

The goal of the awarded seed grant groups is to empower graduate students in Ph.D. and master degree programs and postdoctoral fellows to work with people in other research groups to develop collaborative systems biology projects. Three Groups were recently awarded $25,000 each to develop their project proposal.

GROUP 1
David Morgens- Michael Bassik Lab, Department of Genetics
Mia Jaffe- Gavin Sherlock Lab, Department of Genetics
"An integrated approach towards functional classification of uncharacterized genes conserved between two distant models"

GROUP 2
Rachel Greenberg- Joanna Wysocka Lab, Departments of Chemical & Systems Biology, Developmental Biology
Nicholas Bayless- Catherine Blish Lab, Department of Medicine/Infectious Disease & Geographic Medicine
“Systems-level modeling of Zika virus infection in cranial neural crest cells and a novel role for viral NS5 protein in the nucleus”

GROUP 3
Pratyush Gupta- Mary Teruel Lab, Department of Chemical & Systems Biology
Nathan Abell- Stephen Montgomery Lab, Departments of Pathology and Genetics
"Global Identification of Differentiation Commitment Factors"

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The Stanford Center for Systems Biology is now accepting Student and Post Doc Applications for the 4th Annual Systems Biology Seed Grant Funding opportunity.

Funding Amount: $25,00 per team (up to 4 teams will be funded)

Deadline: Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at 5 pm

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March 11, 2016: Special Seminar, Dr. Claire Tomlin- UC Berkeley


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December 4, 2015: 2nd Annual Systems Biology Fall Symposium

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2015 - 2016: Frontiers in Quantitative Biology Seminar Series

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August 5, 2015: Seed Grant Awardees Year 3

The goal of the awarded seed grant groups is to empower graduate students in Ph.D. and master degree programs and postdoctoral fellows to work with people in other research groups to develop collaborative systems biology projects. Four Groups were recently awarded $25,000 each to develop their project proposal.

GROUP 1
Itamar Harel- Anne Brunet Lab, Department of Genetics
Inbal Ziv-Uziel- Daniel Jarosz Lab, Department of Chemical and Systems Biology
Yiwen Chen- Daniel Jarosz Lab, Department of Chemical and Systems Biology
"Prion-like spread of protein aggregates in aging: cause or effect?"

GROUP 2
Saara Khan- Audrey Ellerbee Lab & Olav Solgaard Lab, Dept. of Electrical Engineering
Kara Brower- Polly Fordyce Lab, Department of Genetics
Masamitsu Kanada- Christopher Contag Lab, Department of Immunology
Natalie Telis- Jonathan Pritchard (HHMI) Lab, Departments of Genetics and Biology
Evan Boyle- William Greenleaf Lab & Jonathan Pritchard Lab, Department of Genetics
“Development of a Novel Phenotypic and Transcriptomic Assessment Platform for a Systems Biology Approach to Modeling the EpithelialMesenchymal Transition (EMT) in Metastasis”

GROUP 3
Kyle Kovary- Mary Teruel Lab, Department of Chemical and Systems Biology
Zachary Harvey- Daniel Jarosz Lab, Department of Chemical and Systems Biology
"Assay for Proteomic Profiles at Endogenous DNA Sequences (APPEnD)"

GROUP 4
Graham Anderson- Jim Ferrell Lab, Department of Chemical and Systems Biology
Shengya Cao- Aaron Straight La,; Department of Biochemistry
"Is Heterochromatin Bistable?"

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Summer 2015: Welcome W. James Nelson to SCSB!

Please give a warm welome to Dr. W. James Nelson and his lab for joining the Stanford Center for Systems Biology this summer. The Nelson lab will be participiating in all aspects of the Center.

Check out the Nelson Lab Website!

W. James Nelson Stanford Faculty Profile

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July 9-10, 2015: The NCSB 2015 Annual Meeting

The New Mexico Center for the Spatiotemporal Modeling of Cell Signaling is organizing the 2015 annual meeting of the NIGMS National Centers for Systems Biology. For more information please visit the Meeting Website.

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May 29, 2015: Poster Winners from the 2nd Annual Systems Biology Center Meeting

Please congratulate the top 3 poster winners who presented at the 2nd Annual Stanford Center for Systems Biology Meeting held on May 29, 2015 at the Clark Center Courtyard & Auditorium. (In no particular order)

Sanghoon Ha

"Adaptor-mediated squelching, the prozone effect, and the paradoxical function of the Cdk-binding protein Suc1/Cks"
James Ferrell Lab, Department of Chemical & Systems Biology

Alex Payumo
"T-box-dependent Hox gene regulation in paraxial mesoderm patterning"
James Chen Lab, Department of Chemical & Systems Biology

Xin Zhou
"Engineering photoactivatable kinases and Cas9 endonuclease with photodissociable dimeric fluorescent protein domains"
Michael Lin Lab, Department of Pediatrics and Bioengineering

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May 29, 2015: Enter to attend a two-day conference in New Mexico! (closed)

Please view the flyer below for more details on how to be considered to attend a covered two-day trip to the NCSB’s Annual Meeting in New Mexico.
Deadline: Friday, May 29 at 12pm.

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May 29, 2015: 2nd Annual Systems Biology Center Meeting

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April - June 2015: Stanford Systems Biology Seed Grant Applications

(closed)

The Stanford Center for Systems Biology is now accepting Student and Post Doc Applications for the 2nd Annual Systems Biology Seed Grant Funding opportunity.

Funding Amount: $25,00 per team (up to 4 teams will be funded)

Deadline: Monday, June 15, 2015 at 5 pm

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April 2, 2015: Special Seminar, Dr. Gürol Süel

Gurol Suel

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February 3, 2015: Seed Grant Awardees Year 2

The goal of the awarded seed grant groups is to empower graduate students in Ph.D. and master degree programs and postdoctoral fellows to work with people in other research groups to develop collaborative systems biology projects. Four Groups were recently awarded $25,000 each to develop their project proposal.

GROUP 1
David K. Breslow- Maxence Nachury lab, Dept. of Molecular and Cellular Physiology
Gaelen T. Hess- Michael Bassik lab, Dept. of Genetics
Sascha Hoogendoorn- James Chen lab, Dept. of Chemical & Systems Biology
"Development of CRISPRi-based Screening Tools and Application to Chemical Genetic and Systems Biology Studies of Hedgehog Signaling

GROUP 2
Jason Bell- Aaron Straight lab, Dept. of Biochemistry
Whitney Johnson- Aaron Straight lab, Dept. of Biochemistry
Viviana Risca- William Greenleaf lab, Dept. of Genetics
David Jukam- Jan Skotheim lab, Dept. of Biology
ChAR-seq: A new method to map genome-wide Chromatin Associated (non-coding) RNAs

GROUP 3
Adam Michael Perez- Lucy Shapiro lab, Dept. of Developmental Biology
Saumya Saurabh- William E. Moerner lab, Dept. of Chemistry
Characterizing the role of diffusion-restricted subcellular nanodomains in cell cycle regulation

GROUP 4
Daniel J. Cohen- William Nelson lab, Dept. of Biology
Arnold Hayer- Tobias Meyer lab, Dept. of Chemical & Systems Biology
Polarity coupling between endothelial cells analyzed in a 1D model of collective cell migration"

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September - November 2014: Stanford Systems Biology Seed Grant Applications

(closed)

The Stanford Center for Systems Biology is now accepting Student and Post Doc Applications for the 2nd Annual Systems Biology Seed Grant Funding opportunity.

Funding Amount: $25,00 per team (up to 4 teams will be funded)

Deadline: Thursday November 13, 2014, 5 p.m.

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October 24, 2014: Systems Biology 1st Annual Fall Symposium

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2014 - 2015: Frontiers in Quantitative Biology Seminar Series

FQB 14-15 Sched

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May 27, 2014: Poster Winners from the 1st Annual Systems Biology Meeting

Please congratulate the top 4 poster winners who presented at the 1st Annual Stanford Center for Systems Biology Meeting held on May 27, 2014 at the Clark Center Courtyard & Auditorium. (In no particular order)

Gabriel Billings
KC Huang Lab, Department of Bioengineering

Gautam Dey
Tobias Meyer Lab, Department of Chemical & Systems Biology

Xianrui Cheng
James Ferrell Lab, Department of Chemical & Systems Biology

Xin Zhou
Michael Lin Lab, Department of Pediatrics and Bioengineering

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May 27, 2014: 1st Annual Systems Biology Center Meeting

5.27.14 SCSB Annual Meeting

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May 23, 2014: Seed Grant Awardees Year 1

The goal of the awarded seed grant groups is to empower graduate students in Ph.D. and master degree programs and postdoctoral fellows to work with people in other research groups to develop collaborative systems biology projects. Four Groups were recently awarded $25,000 each to develop their project proposal.

GROUP 1
Sergi Regot- Markus Covert lab, Dept. of Bioengineering
Ariel Jaimovich- Tobias Meyer lab, Dept. of Chemical & Systems Biology
Hee Won Yang- Tobias Meyer lab, Dept. of Chemical & Systems Biology
Steven Cappell- Tobias Meyer lab, Dept. of Chemical & Systems Biology
"A live-cell sensor for Cyclin-Dependent Kinase 4 activity to study the proliferation decision

GROUP 2
Anna Cunningham- Daria Mochly-Rosen lab, Dept. of Chemical & Systems Biology
Alexandre Colavin- KC Huang Lab, Dept. of Bioengineering
Kevin Dalton- Vijay Pande lab, Dept. of Chemistry
Classification of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) mutations in humans using sequence co-evolution analysis

GROUP 3
Keren Lasker- Lucy Shapiro lab, Dept. of Developmental Biology
Lukasz Kowalik- James Chen lab, Dept. of Chemical & Systems Biology
Dissecting the circuitry of a primitive stem cell division with novel optogenetic tools

GROUP 4
Anupam K. Chakravarty- Dan Jarosz lab, Dept. of Chemical & Systems Biology
Lauren M. Chircus-William Greenleaf lab, Dept. of Genetics
Richard She- Dan Jarosz lab, Dept. of Chemical & Systems Biology
Identifying the role of RNA sequences in prion formation of RNA binding proteins using unbiased systems-level biochemistry"

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April 2014: Seed Grant Applications Due!

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 Please send the entire application package to Stefani Ferreira (sferreir@stanford.edu) by 12PM.

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March 2014: Seed Grant Applications

(closed)

The Stanford Center for Systems Biology is now accepting Student and Post Doc Applications for the Seed Grant. For more information please view the Home Page.

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Dec 2013: Inaugural Journal Club

Dec. 5th at 5pm in Clark 361 (behind Peets). Gautam Dey will be presenting. We will have Indian Food and are discussing a recent paper by Van Oudenaarden's lab (Cell 155, 869–880, Nov. 7, 2013).

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Nov 2013: Announcing the center mini retreat kick-off

We will hold a special kick-off mini retreat for all Center faculty members on Monday December 9 at the Stanford Faculty Club from 1 to 8pm.

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Sep 2013: The Stanford Center for Systems Biology is open !

We are excited to announce our center is now open.