June 13, 2019


6 - 9 pm


The Ruins
570 Roy Street, Seattle WA, 98109

Street parking available

About the Event

ISB was the first research institute dedicated to applying a systems approach to some of the most complex biological problems facing human health. Today, we are blazing the trail of 21st century health care.

Join us for our annual ReImagine fundraiser in support of our scientists' groundbreaking research efforts. Enjoy drinks and hors d'oeuvres followed by a discussion on the latest in our brain health and cancer studies hosted by ISB Co-founder Dr. Lee Hood and ISB President Dr. Jim Heath.

Come learn how our science is transforming health.

Scientific Wellness embodies P4 medicine (predictive, preventive, personalized and participatory) and generates personal, dense, dynamic data clouds that assess an individual’s health. This highly personalized information sets a baseline for wellness, and can be used to identify and reverse disease transitions.

The Speakers

Lee Hood

Lee Hood, MD, PhD

SVP & Chief Science Officer, PSJH; Chief Strategy Officer, Co-founder & Professor, ISB

Jim Heath

Jim Heath, PhD

President & Professor, ISB

Laura Heath

Laura Heath, PhD

Research Scientist, ISB

Yapeng Su

Yapeng Su

Graduate Student, ISB

The Ruins

About the Venue

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The Ruins has been in operation since 1993. It was founded by internationally and Seattle-renowned caterer Joseph McDonnal as an establishment for parties, receptions, and celebrations of all manner. The Ruins is located in the lower Queen Anne Hill neighborhood near Seattle Center.

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Thank you to our sponsors

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About ISB

Institute for Systems Biology is a non-profit biomedical research organization based in Seattle. ISB serves as the ultimate environment where scientific collaboration stretches across disciplines and across academic and industrial organizations, where our researchers have the intellectual freedom to challenge the status quo, and where grand visions for breakthroughs in human health inspire a collective drive to achieve the seemingly impossible. Our core values ensure that we always keep our focus on the big ideas that will have the largest impact on human health. ISB was founded in 2000 by systems biologist Leroy Hood, immunologist Alan Aderem, and protein chemist Reudi Aebersold, and is an affiliate of Providence St. Joseph Health (PSJH), one of the largest not-for-profit health care systems in the United States.