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I²SysBio mission and vision

The I²SysBio is a joint collaborative research institute involving Universitat de València and Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), open to the strategic involvement of biotech companies. The institute is located in a new building in the Scientific Park (Parc Científic, Campus Burjassot-Paterna) of the Universitat de València. The I²SysBio Scientific Programs focus on research into structure, function, dynamics, evolution, and manipulation of complex biological systems.

The mission of I²SysBio can be defined within five areas of action:

  • Create a multi- and inter-disciplinary work environment where scientists from different backgrounds work together dynamically and continuously to solve common problems.
  • Develop high-quality research and achieve excellence in the field of integrative systems biology.
  • Produce high value-added knowledge with potential transfer to industry.
  • Train researchers in a multidisciplinary field with broad future projection.
  • Boost the development of integrative systems biology in Spain.

The I²SysBio’s aim is to become an international reference center in the development of integrative systems biology and, in particular, from an evolutionary perspective. At the same time, the I²SysBio seeks to provide solutions to problems that may arise in the pharmaceutical, biotechnological, biomedical and agribusiness sectors that are open to a systems approach (e.g., through metabolic engineering and synthetic biology).

The I²SysBio will be backed by a Scientific Committee. This committee will comprise renowned researchers in the area of integrative systems biology.

 
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