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The Future of Complex Disease

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Nestled between a world-renowned department of biology and an equally established university hospital, the Institute for Genomics and Systems Biology at the University of Chicago has the best of both worlds. A collaboration between the university and Argonne National Laboratory, the DOE's premier supercomputing hotspot some 40 miles west of Chicago, the institute is poised to lead the way for translational science and metagenomics research.

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