Welcome to the Department of Systems Biology
Our department aims to identify the quantitative principles that govern complex interactions across all areas of biology and medicine. Our goal is to develop a conceptual and predictive understanding of the living world, to enable the design and control of biological systems and the advancement of human health and welfare.
SysBio on Twitter
- Hey everyone, welcome @mispri2 (Mike Springer @HMS_SysBio) to twitter. He looks like a bot rn because he's new, but he isn't one! @UriAlonWeizmann @edward_marcotte @KleinLabHMS @jaffeab @driglar @EricJDeeds @fleshball @JenCWaters @shenorr @BintuLacra @jb_michel @TPilpel
The new Science Citizenship Initiative at Harvard is launching new nanocourses on ethics, communication and leadership in STEM, to prepare students for careers outside and within academia. First one next week! t.co/wqQ8NKMaN9 t.co/xyO1eTGPSq
- Congratulations 2020 ISSCR Award Winners! Learn more about the innovative scientists and exceptional leaders who are honored for their work in stem cell science this year. t.co/4xzcbf1nFz @Goodell_Lab @SusanNYSCF @RustyGage @KleinLabHMS @salkinstitute @KyotoU_News t.co/Wa4J90Aupi
- Just a few more days left to apply for the Harvard Systems Biology Internship! t.co/3tEF0ealyV Apply by Feb 9 to do cutting-edge interdisciplinary research, and share your results in the final poster session. This is a paid internship. t.co/MQEs7lDKM3
- A little-known fact: doing an internship in Systems Biology at Harvard involves having fun. For example, going whale watching together. Apply by Feb 9! This is a paid internship, and we cover accommodation. And boats. t.co/3tEF0erWqt t.co/Ph12OmF2Ml