Leroy Hood: “Your genome does not control your destiny, just your potential”

More than 36 patents, 17 honorary degrees and 100 plus awards. This is the weight behind Lee Hood, one of only 15 people elected to all three US National Academies—of Science, Engineering and Medicine. Hood has also founded 15 biotech companies, as well as the Institute for Systems Biology in Seattle. A pioneer in the systems approach to biology and medicine, he came to the PRBB to talk about his vision for the future of medicine. How has biology changed in the last 50 years? There have been several paradigm changes in biology I have been involved in. The first … Continue reading Leroy Hood: “Your genome does not control your destiny, just your potential”

Science for All and All for Air Quality

Citizen Science is blooming. There’s a growing number of examples of research projects in which the general population can participate. In this post at the blog Health ISGlobal, the researcher Irene Eleta (CREAL) talks about some of these projects which are related to air pollution and that scientists at CREAL /ISGlobal are leading, such as CITI-SENSE.     Continue reading Science for All and All for Air Quality