Systems Biology Consortium Resources

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The Systems Biology Consortium for Infectious Diseases is a community of systems biologists who aim to integrate experimental biology and computational tools and modeling across temporal and spatial scales towards a better understanding of infectious diseases. Through a collaborative effort, scientists test and validate hypotheses that drive collaborative innovation and discovery to develop strategies to alleviate disease and provide solutions to the world’s most compelling health challenges.

Main Areas of Focus

  • provide novel insights into the complex relationship between a pathogen and its host
  • reveal potential biomarkers to predict disease onset and severity, and
  • identify targets for new therapeutics and intervention strategies


Data generated by the Consortium is made available to the scientific community through public databases. In addition, the program provides analysis tools and training opportunities for researchers.

Who Can Use This Resource

Data and tools are available for public use

How To Get Started

Data and tools are available for public use

Content last reviewed on September 14, 2018