Alan Aderem Joins Ken Stuart's Seattle Biomedical Research Institute | GenomeWeb

With a short trip across town, Alan Aderem and his team are bringing their expertise in systems biology to the study of global infectious disease. Aderem, a co-founder of the Institute of Systems Biology in Seattle, announced in March that he is joining the Seattle Biomedical Research Institute, where he will serve as president. Ken Stuart, the founder and now-president emeritus of SBRI, says that he and Aderem have long had similar research interests.

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