Click on a project name in Over to You to download a .pdf containing the project description, the list of team members and the outcome report.
The Sage Bionetworks Commons Congress 2013 is over, and we’re working hard at organizing the wealth of content generated in this short couple of days. In the meantime, you can view video recording of the presentations at FORA.tv.
As in previous years, those who could not make it to the Sage Bionetworks Commons Congress will be able to follow the event live on FORA.tv. Videos and presentations will be made available shortly after the congress.
Don’t miss out on your chance to apply for a Young Investigator Travel Award. Successful Award recipients also receive a place at the Congress. For more information and to apply visit the YIA page.
The response to the Congress Invitations has been fantastic and we are now fully subscribed with 260 confirmed attendees, and a number already on the waiting list. If you have a place and unfortunately can’t make if for any reason please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org so we are able to offer your place to [...]
Stephen Friend puts forward this important question at the AACR Systems Biology Think Tank in Philadelphia: If Not Now Then When?
Watch the video and see the presentation from John Wilbank’s talk at the Broad Institute, Cambridge MA: Let’s Pool our Medical Data .
Sage Bionetworks is offering 10 travel awards for outstanding young investigators to attend and participate in the 2013 Commons Congress. These will be awarded on a competitive basis. This is a unique opportunity for grad students, post-docs or early-stage investigators to learn, share and network. If you are a young investigator, or if you know [...]
The 4th Commons Congress will take place in San Francisco, 19-20 April 2013, around the theme of “The Truth of Personalized Medicine: Our Commons Future”. Now three years old, Sage Bionetworks is coming into its own in piloting components needed to build a biomedical research commons. We’ve been busy – creating computational models of disease, [...]
Sage Bionetworks and Stephen Friend have recently been profiled in Science magazine and in the Seattle Times Sunday magazine. Jocelyn Kaiser’s Science article reviews the history of the Sage Bionetworks initiative and has a good summary of many of the pilot projects that are underway. There are comments from many of the leaders in genomics [...]