Institute for Systems Genetics

Institute for Systems Genetics

We take a systems approach to research in human biology and medicine.
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The Institute for Systems Genetics at NYU Langone Health combines research in systems biology, genome engineering, human genetics, and computation. We take a systems approach to the wealth of information available in human biology and medicine.

Video: Building Big DNA in Yeast

The video below shows the steps involved in analyzing yeast colonies used to assemble chromosomes in the Genome Foundry at NYU Langone.

VIDEO: Jef Boeke, PhD, founding director of the Institute for Systems Genetics, describes the process of analyzing yeast colonies used to assemble chromosomes at NYU Langone’s Genome Foundry.
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Researchers Assemble Five New Synthetic Yeast Chromosomes

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Researchers Assemble Five New Synthetic Yeast Chromosomes
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Lab Tech Jasmine Temple Wins Agar Art Contest

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Artwork created using microbes on agar plates

Our Mission

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Our Facilities and Resources

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Available Positions

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