Philip Kim: Structural Meets Systems Biology | GenomeWeb

Recommended by: Mark Gerstein, Yale University

For Philip Kim, an assistant professor at the University of Toronto, the interface of structural and systems biology is the ideal place for his lab to make an impact on the fields of genetic variation and protein interactions.

"We are working both on methodological questions — how to dissect signaling pathways — as well as more translational projects, such as developing inhibitors with potential anti-cancer efficacy," Kim says.

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