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.
On 23 May, 2019, SBI students, staff and alumni celebrated the centre's 10th Anniversary.
Using classical systems biology methods, the Fey group has developed a study that suggests animals use important landmarks as signposts in learning direction and distance information.