Dr. Trey Ideker

​​​​​​Dr. Trey Ideker
Dr. Ideker is a Professor of Medicine at UC San Diego. He is the Director of the National Resource for Network Biology, the San Diego Center for Systems Biology,  and the Cancer Cell Map Initiative. He is a pioneer in using genome-scale measurements to construct network models of cellular processes and disease.

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About the Ideker Lab

Our goal is to map the complete physical and functional wiring of the cell. We are developing new ways of building these maps directly from genome-scale measurements (genomic, proteomic, and metabolomic) and for using these maps to translate the increasingly complex data gathered from patients to predict disease outcomes and develop better treatments. The Ideker Lab is a member of the Cancer Cell Map Initiative (CCMI), the San Diego Center for Systems Biology (SDCSB), the National Resource for Network Biology (NRNB) and the Institute for Genomic Medicine (IGM).

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National Resource for Network Biology San Diego Center for Systems Biology 

Featured News

 JMB Special Issue: Theory and Application of Network Biology Toward Precision Medicine. (14Sept 2018) Edited by Barry Demchak, Jason F. Kreisberg, Juan I. Fuxman Bass. Cover art by Kivilcim Ozturk, Michelle Dow and Hannah Carter. 

Genetic Mutations of Appendix Cancer Identified, May Impact Treatment,” features Drs. John Paul Shen, Trey Ideker, and Olivier Harismendy

Visible Machine Learning for Biomedicine. Michael Yu, et al. CELL. 14 JUN 2018. [PDF] 

"Gems in the 'Junk' - Noncoding mutations found to be a major mechanism in cancer," DDN News. (22 May 2018). 

Watch Dr. Ideker's talk from AACR 2018: "Decoding patient genomes through the hierarchical pathway architecture of the cancer cell."  

"Cracking Open the Black Box of AI with Cell Biology." IEEE Spectrum, (13 Mar 2018).

"Researchers Identify Hundreds of Mutations outside of Coding Genes that Influence Tumor Gene Expression," SCI NEWS. (06 Apr 2018)

"CRISPR-based mapping of genetic interactions"  Nature Reviews | Genetics (2017)

"Gene editing used to find cancer's genetic weak spots." Features video interview with Dr. John Paul Shen. SD Union Tribune, (2017) [Printed Article

"The Real Value of an Atlas," Trey Ideker. NIH Biomedical Informatics Blog (2016). [PDF]

"Cancer Bioinformatics: A Disease of the Genome," Frontline Genomics Magazine (2016).