I am a researcher at Harvard School of Public health. I am interested in impacting global health using computational biology.


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  1. Pia Abola says:

    RE: Agilent grants for systems biology software development

    Dear Administrator “winhide”,
    I am writing to you on behalf of Leo Bonilla, Director of Marketing for Integrated Biology, Agilent Technologies, Inc. Leo and the Integrated Biology team at Agilent have been reading your blog, Elements of Impact, and thought you may be interested in sharing a funding opportunity with your readers. Agilent is fostering integrated, whole-systems approaches to biological research through two $75,000 US grants (application deadline August 12, 2011). Funds will support academic or nonprofit research projects covering the development of open source software tools for integrating data from different omics platforms—genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics. For full details on eligibility, submission, and review process, please visit http://www.Agilent.com/lifesciences/emerginginsights.
    If you have any questions or would like to interview Leo about the grant program, I’d be happy to set up a phone call. Just reply to my email and I’ll connect you with Leo.

    Pia Abola, Ph.D.
    Scientific Content Manager
    The Linus Group
    5900 Hollis St., Suite H
    Emeryville, CA 94608
    (510) 547-7100

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