The Columbia University Department of Systems Biology brings together researchers specializing in computational biology, experimental biology, and technology development to discover how biological traits emerge from complex molecular networks.
Systems biology and computational biology are becoming increasingly important disciplines in the biological sciences. Through PhD graduate education and postdoctoral training we prepare young scientists to become leaders in this exciting and rapidly growing field.
Research NewsDSB Research Highlights 2020
Find out about the latest research and accomplishments by faculty, researchers, and students of the Department of Systems Biology. Read the department's 2020 Research Highlights newsletter.
AnnouncementRaul Rabadan, PhD, Named Highly Cited Researcher
Congratulations to Raul Rabadan, PhD, professor of systems biology and founding director of Columbia's Program for Mathematical Genomics, who has recently been named a 2020 Highly Cited Researcher by Clarivate. Overall, Columbia University is home to a total of 45 Highly Cited Researchers in 2020.
In the PressNature Showcases Precision Medicine Research led by the Califano Lab
Nature Outlook recently interviewed Dr. Andrea Califano for a feature article on precision cancer medicine, showcasing his lab's innovative work identifying master regulators in cancer.
AnnouncementWelcome, Dr. Mohammed AlQuraishi
The Department of Systems Biology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center is pleased to welcome new faculty member, Mohammed AlQuraishi, PhD, effective Sept. 21. Dr. AlQuraishi also is a member of Columbia’s Program for Mathematical Genomics.
Research NewsAncient Part of Immune System May Underpin Severe COVID
One of the immune system’s oldest branches, called complement, may be influencing the severity of COVID disease, according to a new study in Nature Medicine led by Drs. Sagi Shapira and Nicholas Tatonetti of the Department of Systems Biology.