SBCNY In the News

Scientific Data, Medical Net, April 2010 New National Centers for Systems Biology Focus on Fundamental Processes that Influence Health
News from NIGMS-Funded Institutions
   
Scientific Data, Medical Net, April 2010 Trends with benefits
Analysis: Cover Story - Computational models on Nature
   
Scientific Data, Medical Net, April 2010 ESCAPE: Database for Integrating High Content Published Data Collected from Human and Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells
Article in RNA-Seq Blog.
   
Scientific Data, Medical Net, April 2010 Mount Sinai School of Medicine Bringing Free Courses Online
Mount Sinai School of Medicine has signed an agreement with Coursera.org that will make Mount Sinai graduate and medical school courses freely available online.
   
Technology Review Coursera Adds 17 Partner Universities, including Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Article in NY Times about Mount Sinai's three courses on systems biology offered on Coursera developed by SBCNY Investigators.
   
Technology Review Mount Sinai Algorithm Predicts Drug Side Effects
Press release about Genes2FANS (published in BMC Bioinformatics) and Sets2Networks (published in BMC Systems Biology.)
   
Scientific Data, Medical Net, April 2010 New Computational Method to Help Organize Scientific Data
New algorithm will change how scientists build networks from data to help predict gene and drug interactions.
   
Mount Sinai, 2012 Mount Sinai Researchers Develop New Computational Method to Find Novel Connections from Gene to Gene, Drug to Drug and Between Scientists
New algorithm will change how scientists build networks from data to help predict gene and drug interactions.
   
Technology Review Mutations in 3 Genes Linked to Autism Spectrum Disorders
Mount Sinai's findings, as part of a trio of papers revealing new genetic targets in autism, are published in the April 4th online issue of the journal Nature.
   
Technology Review HIPK2 Regulator Protein Plays a Crucial Role in Kidney Fibrosis
Research team led by John Cijiang He, MD, PhD, Professor of Nephrology and Pharmacology and Systems Therapeutics; and Avi Ma'ayan, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pharmacology and Systems Therapeutics at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, have identified a regulator protein that plays a crucial role in kidney fibrosis, a condition that leads to kidney failure. The research is published online March 11, 2012 in Nature Medicine.
   
Technology Review Systems Biology Center Offers Computational Course Materials
News article about the Systems Biology Center New York (SBCNY) Biomedical Modeling Course.
   
Technology Review CUNY Undergrads Participate in Summer Research Program at Mount Sinai
News article about the Systems Biology Center New York (SBCNY) Summer Undergraduate Research program.
   
Technology Review Systems Biology-Biomedical Modeling
This is the first of three issues containing Teaching Resources related to our Systems Biology - Biomedical Modeling course published in Science Signaling.
   
Technology Review Pacing the Heart with Light
A new study uses optogenetics to control beating heart cells, pointing the way toward a better pacemaker in Technology Review.
   
Circulation Technique to Stimulate Heart Cells May Lead to Light-Controlled Pacemakers
A new technique that stimulates heart muscle cells with low-energy light raises the possibility of a future light-controlled pacemaker in Science Daily.
   
CNET New Database Could Speed Up Drug Discovery
News article about ChEA (ChIP-X Enrichment Analysis) database highlighted in the Health Tech section of CNET News.
   
Nature Biotechnology

Systematic Tracking of Cell Fate Changes
News and views item in Nature Biotechnology that describes the use of GATE in Stem Cell Biology.

   
Scientific American  Cover, April 2010 Mount Sinai Researchers Develop New Computational Method to Aid Analysis of Gene Expression Experiments
Mount Sinai researchers have developed a new database that will change how scientists identify drug targets and biomarkers.
   
Scientific American  Cover, April 2010 Researchers Identify New Therapeutic Targets to Improve Pain Management After Chronic Morphine Administration
Researchers identified changes in the brain and spinal cord that occur during the development of morphine tolerance, providing a therapeutic target for preventing it.
   
Scientific American  Cover, April 2010 Mount Sinai Researchers Reveal Novel Structural Features at the Core of Cellular Energy Conversion
The research team determined that the cellular nanomachine, or motor, uses a water molecule to convert food energy into usable cellular energy.
   
Biomedical Computational Cells Use Water in Nano-rotos to Power Energy Conversion
NIGMS press release on a research article published in PLoS Biology.
   
Biomedical Computational Animating Molecular Biology
Article about GATE (Grid Analysis of Time-series Expression) software in Biomedical Computation Review.
   
Framework_S New Genetic Framework Could Help Explain Drug Side Effects
NIGMS press release in "Computing life" on a research article published in Science Signaling.
   
Scientific American  Cover, April 2010 Mount Sinai Discovers Genetic Framework to Explain and Predict Adverse Drug Reactions
Researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine have taken a step toward the ability to predict adverse drug reactions, such as heart arrhythmias.
   
Science Signaling Cover, April 2010 Science Signaling Podcast on Systems Pharmacology of Arrhythmias
A conversation about a Research Article published in the 20 April 2010 issue of Science Signaling.
   
NIGMS Article Computational Honeycombs Drip with Data
News item in NIGMS computing life about the GATE software.
   
Scientific American  Cover, April 2010 Molecular Movies: New Software Animates Gene Expression Data
Blog post about GATE on Scientific American.
   
Science Signaling Cover, April 2010 Telomere Model Predicts Cell Life Span
News item in NCI web publication "Physical Sciences in Oncology" about Peskin and Rodriguez-Brenes publication in PNAS.
   

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