Nathan Price gave a talk titled “Genomics, Big Data, Informatics and the Future of Medicine” at the Personalized Lifestyle Medicine Institute‘s (PLMI) 2015 Thought Leaders Consortium (TLC), held in Chicago, October 24-25. The theme of the 2015 TLC was the Future of Genomics in Healthcare: from Personalized Cancer Therapy to Wellness.
ISB Associate Director Dr. Nathan Price participated in the panel discussion “Revolutions in Healthcare: Impacts on the Future of the Food Industry” during the reThinkFood conference at The Culinary Institute of America in Napa Valley. The panelists each gave a short talk about his/her respective interests and then sat down to a discussion. It was an interesting intersection of perspectives from Kevin Slavin (MIT Media Lab), Molly Maloof (Physician Entrepreneur),…
In this presentation at the the Vancouver Bioinformatics Users Group from 2012, Nathan Price discusses approaches for the creation of quantitative systems models that can harness the power of genomics, by linking genotype to phenotype. The talk focuses particularly on automated methods for integrating metabolic and regulatory networks, such as Probabilistic Regulation of Metabolism (PROM) (Chandrasekaran and Price, PNAS, 2010). PROM is notable in that it represents the successful integration of a top-down reconstructed,…
The Institute for Systems Biology held its holiday party on Jan. 18, 2014. Super Frog Saves Tokyo helped set up a slow-motion video booth and this was the result.
The Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) pioneered systems biology as we know it today. Dr. Nathan Price, ISB’s Associate Director, explains what sets ISB apart. Watch on YouTube
The Institute for Systems Biology in Seattle is the home of systems biology. Dr. Nathan Price shares his explanation of systems biology and why the systems approach is necessary and inevitable. Systems biology is a holistic approach that involves biology, technology and computation.
Dr. Nathan Price shares what inspired him to get into science.
At the 3rd Annual CCTS Scientific Meeting, organized by the Center for Clinical and Translational Science of the Ohio State University, Dr Nathan Price gave this presentation on Systems approaches to molecular diagnostics.