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    • January 18th, 2012: International Conference on the Systems Biology of Human Disease, 2-4 May 2012

      Registration is now open for the International Conference on the Systems Biology of Human Disease (SBHD), which will take place in Heidelberg, Germany on May 2-4, 2012. This three-day conference focuses on mammalian systems biology, particularly as it applies to human disease and therapy. Registration and additional information can be found on the SBHD 2012 website.

    • November 8th, 2011: Gates Foundation honors CDP alumna

      CDP alumna Kathryn Miller-Jensen received a Grand Challenges Explorations grant, an initiative created by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to foster innovation in global health research.

    • October 31st, 2011: Sorger co-leads new LINCS Center at HMS

      CDP investigator Peter Sorger, with Tim Mitchison, established the new Library of Integrated Network-based Cellular Signatures (LINCS) Center at Harvard Medical School (HMS) to create a library of signatures that measure responses to therapeutic drugs of cells derived from different human tissues.

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    • Sequential application of anticancer drugs enhances cell death by rewiring apoptotic signaling networks. (2012) Lee et al.

      CDP researchers Mike Yaffe, Peter Sorger and colleagues described how the effectiveness of combination therapies may be influenced by the timing and order of the therapies.

      The Cell paper has been featured in Cell and Drug Discovery News.

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