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MGH Center for Systems Biology

Director: Weissleder, Ralph, M.D., Ph.D.

Location: Massachusetts General Hospital, Richard B. Simches Research Center, 185 Cambridge Street, Suite 5.210, Boston, MA 02114


The MGH Center for Systems Biology (CSB) was established in 2007 as one of the five thematic interdisciplinary Centers at MGH. The Center is directed by Professor Ralph Weissleder, and is located on two floors in the new Simches Research Building. The mission of the Center is to analyze at a systems level how biological molecules, proteins and cells interact in both healthy and diseased states.

Through a multidisciplinary approach that combines clinical insight with powerful technologies, CSB faculty pursue systems-level research that is at once fundamental, and yet immediately linked to the diagnosis and treatment of human disease. While these approaches are generalizable to many diseases, the Center has particular strengths in complex human conditions such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, autoimmune disease, and renal disease. This goal is enabled by particular faculty expertise in genomics, chemical biology, physiology, bioimaging, and nanotechnology.



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