At ISB, we aim to prepare the next generation of scientists with the skills, tools and knowledge essential to effectively promote and practice a systems approach to research.
To fulfill this mission, ISB has developed tailored programs for scientists at different points of their academic and professional careers. These programs are designed to harness our values of cross-disciplinary collaboration and holistic approaches to a variety of research topics to drive key discoveries and advances in the field of biomedicine and to transform health care.
ISB’s programs are tailored to high school students, college undergraduates, post-baccalaureate researchers, scientists who have recently earned their PhD or MD/PhD, researchers within ISB who strive for innovation, and independent professionals interested in learning about systems biology and its application across various fields of study.
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ISB internships offer faculty mentoring of high school, undergraduate and graduate students throughout the year
Two-year training program for recent college graduates aimed to cultivate systems-level training early in careers
Training program aimed at jumpstarting the development of recent PhDs or MD/PhDs in the field of translational medicine
Award program aimed to catalyze the development of collaborative research for innovation and discovery within ISB
ISB offers several advanced systems sciences courses tailored to scientists and researchers
Every spring, ISB hosts a 2-day symposium on the topic of “Future of Health” at its facility in Seattle