The Ottawa Institute of Systems Biology is located at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Ottawa. The aim of the institute is to develop and apply systems biology to biological studies relevant to human diseases.
Your network should be more than your lab mates and your Mom's friends. Come on out for the OISB January trainee seminar series to learn how to build your professional network. Join us on January 30 2018, 11:30-1:30 in RGN room 2111.
Marceline Côté's Lab has recently discovered that Ebola Virus entry into cells requires the phosphatidylinositol (3,5) bisphosphate, a critical signalling phospholipid. To learn more about this work, check out graduate student Shirley Qiu's highlights article on the Virology blog.
The Ottawa Institute of Systems Biology is pleased to announce that nominations are open for the outstanding trainee publications of 2017. Three awards will be given - one to a postdoctoral fellow (PDF), one to a PhD graduate student and one to a MSc graduate student. Not only will you get to brag on your CV, but each award is valued at $500.