Systems Biology Ireland investigates new therapeutic approaches to disease, with a focus on cancer at a systems level. We use a combination of traditional wet-lab and computational modeling approaches to understand cellular signaling networks.
Systems Biology Ireland investigators use a combination of traditional wet-lab experimental analyses with computational modeling and simulation.
Systems Biology Ireland has a staff of 60, including Group Leaders, Researchers, Students and Administrators hailing from at least 15 different nations.
Current Initiatives include ELIXIR, TopMed10, SFI-EMBL Partnership, and various industry engagement and business development relationships.
PhD student Honey Bokharaie of the Rauch Group has been awarded a prestigious fellowship, placing 8th overall out of 2,000 applicants.
Monsieur le Professeur Jonathan Bond takes an in-depth look at the French side of SBI.