Education & Outreach

Annual Symposium 2007

Systems Biology and the Environment

symposium2007

Sunday, April 22 and Monday, April 23

6th Annunal International Symposium Addressed the Environment through Systems Biology

ISB held its fifth annual international symposium at our research facility in Seattle, Washington. This year’s event, Systems Biology and Medicine, hosted 250 scientists from around the world (China, India, Taiwan, Israel, Mexico, France, Canada and the U.S.) to discuss and learn about the future of medicine through disease prevention. For the first time, the public had free access to the symposium through ISB’s web site (live webcast) to further understand systems biology and its potential in the field of medicine.

ISB held its sixth annual international symposium, Systems Biology and the Environment, at the ISB research facility in Seattle, Washington.

The two day event featured leading researchers in the a reas of energy sources, interactions between the environment and microbial communities, plant systems biology, biological responses to extreme environments, biodiversity, toxicology, and infectious disease.

View Symposium Webcast

Go to apple.com for Free Quicktime player download

Go to Microsoft for Free Windows Media 10 Player download

Sunday, April 22, 2007
InPage_Line.png
Welcoming Remarks
Leroy Hood, President
Institute for Systems Biology
Quicktime / Windows
InPage_Line.png
Keynote Address
Sallie Chisholm, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute for Technology
Tiny Cells, Global Impact: What Prochlorococcus Can Teach Us about Systems Biology
Quicktime / Windows
InPage_Line.png
John Delaney, Ph.D., University of Washington
Transforming Ocean and Earth Sciences with Distributed Submarine Sensor Networks Wired to Next-Generation Internet
Quicktime / Windows
InPage_Line.png
Steve Koonin, Ph.D., BP p.l.c.
Challenges in Energy Biosciences
Quicktime / Windows
InPage_Line.png
Monday, April 23, 2007
InPage_Line.png
Antoine Danchin, Ph.D., Institut Pasteur
The Bacterial Core Genome is an Archive of the Origin of Life
Quicktime / Windows
InPage_Line.png
Elliott Meyerowitz, Ph.D., California Institute of Technology
Regulated Morphogen Transport: A Novel Mechanism of Development
Quicktime / Windows
InPage_Line.png
Jim Fredrickson, Ph.D. , Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Integrated Genome-Based Investigations of Shewanella Ecophysiology
Quicktime / Windows
InPage_Line.png
Nitin Baliga, Ph.D., Institute for Systems Biology
Systems Approaches to Statistically Learn Regulatory Circuits Underlying Responses to Diverse Environmental Insults
Quicktime / Windows
InPage_Line.png
Ben Kerr, Ph.D., University of Washington
The Evolution of a ‘Tragedy of the Commons’ within Host-pathogen Population Networks
Quicktime / Windows
InPage_Line.png
Steve Briggs, Ph.D., University of California, San Diego
Global Proteome Changes Caused by Nematode Infection
Quicktime / Windows
InPage_Line.png
John Groopman, Ph.D. , Johns Hopkins University
From Biomarkers to Pathobiology: The Chemical-Viral Conspiracy in Liver Cancer
Quicktime / Windows
InPage_Line.png
David Cox, M.D., Ph.D., Perlegen Sciences, Inc.
Human DNA Variation, Environmental Exposure, and Common Human Disease
Quicktime / Windows
InPage_Line.png