By Alex Philippidis

SEATTLE — Approaching its 10th anniversary, the Institute for Systems Biology envisions a near-doubling of its faculty, and its space here, in coming years while moving ahead on several collaborations designed to advance "predictive, preventive, personalized, and participatory," medicine, ISB Co-founder and President Leroy Hood told GenomeWeb Daily News in an interview last week.

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