The Institute for Network Medicine (iNetMed) unites several research disciplines to develop disruptive solutions, transform life sciences and technology and enhance human health.
When founded in March of 2018, iNetMed was comprised of three centers:
The Center for Precision Computational Systems Network (PreCSN) builds actionable networks across scales, from atom-atom contact networks within proteins to protein-protein and gene regulatory networks in complex states.
HUMANOID Center of Research Excellence (CoRE) reverse-engineers’ complex human organs and tissues to test predictions and advance fundamental discovery research and preclinical.
The Consortium for Cell-Inspired Systems Engineering (ConCISE) builds virtual human cells to better understand how cellular communication systems can be precisely manipulated to intervene.
In 2024, iNetMed added a fourth center, the Agilent Center of Excellence in Cellular Intelligence (ACoE) to enable biological measurements across scales using a complete and modern suite of cell analyses platforms.