Systems Biology At Case, Nadeau Pushes Systems Bio, Translational Genomics | GenomeWeb

Joe Nadeau is working at the forefront of what might be considered a somewhat old science at Case Western Reserve University, where, according to Nadeau, the term “systems biology” was originally coined at a meeting in 1968. Today, as the chair of the genetics department and co-director of the Center for Computational Genomics and System Biology, he’s helping put in place several initiatives to move systems biology ever closer to medicine.

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