Decoding Cellular Intelligence, Pradipta Ghosh, M.D. TEDx Bermuda

Any cell in the body is the beginning of artificial intelligence – sensing, deciding, reacting and adapting.  Uncovering the communication layers and breaking down the complexity allows us to understand the components in each layer.  By using a combination of novel mathematical tools, computational algorithm and multi-omics approach of looking at the important networks inside cells, we have been able to create disease paths for diseases that have no cure.


About the Institute

The Institute for Network Medicine (iNetMed) unites several research disciplines to develop disruptive solutions, transform life sciences and technology and enhance human health.

Founded in March of 2018, iNetMed houses three centers, which are collaboratively developing a new, human-centered approach to drug discovery and technological innovation.

The Center for Precision Computational Systems Network (PreCSN) finds fundamental disease patterns and identifies high-value biomarkers and drug targets.

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 they degenerate (Alzheimer’s disease) or go rogue (cancer) and how cellular communication systems can be precisely manipulated to intervene.

Director's Message

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The Instittue for Network Medicine (iNetMed) embraces and executes the visions set forth by these individuals and institutes as our guiding principles. Our mission is to look beyond the apparent differences, complexities, and heterogeneity to recognize fundamental unifying principles, because most systems – be it our body, our cells, or our machines- they all operate and abide by the same fundamental laws of nature. Our vision is vast, and yet, incredibly precise. While we seek to see the big picture, we feel the incredible need to see and understand the infinitesimal and fundamental details that make up life. Understanding what those fundamentals are can bring about transformational impact in both medicine and engineering.