NEWS & EVENTS
Integrative BioInformatics announces its collaboration with
the University of Missouri School of Medice on a grant entitled Insulin Resistance in the Control of Intestinal Lipid Metabolism. The two-year grant, awarded by the American Diabetes Association, will fund an investigation of triglyceride metabolism in subjects with and without insulin resistance to understand how insulin resistance impacts intestinal triglyceride storage and postprandial glucose metabolism. IBI will provide non-steady state analysis to the research team.
Integrative BioInformatics is pleased to announce its collaboration with
Touro University of California on a grant entitled Lipogenesis, lipoprotein flux & CVD risk: Role of meal composition and frequency.
The grant, awarded by the National Institutes of Health, will help to provide new information on how two different diets — one high in sugar versus the other high in fat — and two different meal frequencies — small frequent meals versus large meals —
affect lipid production after a meal and overall lipid profiles that affect the risk of cardiovascular disease. IBI will provide non-steady state analysis to the research team.
Dr.Phair was a visiting lecturer for the fifth consecutive year at the three-week course in Computational Cell Biology at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Course in Computational Cell Biology
The 2013 KinMet meeting will be held Tuesday, April 30, 2013 in Lake Buena Vista, FL. Dr. Phair is once again chairing the Modeling and Cell Metabolism session. KinMet 2013
Dr.Phair was a visiting lecturer at the three-week course in Computational Cell Biology at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Course in Computational Cell Biology
The 2012 KinMet meeting was held Tuesday, April 17, 2012 in Chicago. Dr. Phair chaired the Modeling and Cell Metabolism session. KinMet 2012
Integrative BioInformatics participated in the three-week course in Computational Cell Biology presented by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Course in Computational Cell Biology
Robert Phair spoke on an approach to modeling tracer experiments in metabolic non-steady states at KinMet 2010. KinMet 2010
Integrative BioInformatics, along with collaborators from the University of Southern California, was featured on the home page of the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) . Researchers Test Circuits Underlying Salivary Gland Development
June 26 - July 16, 2009
Integrative BioInformatics participated in the three-week course in Computational Cell Biology presented by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Dr. Phair was a scheduled speaker during the course. For details, follow this link:
Cold Spring Harbor Course in Computational Cell Biology
Integrative BioInformatics offered demonstrations of ProcessDB at the American Society for Cell Biology's annual meeting in San Francisco.
Integrative BioInformatics announces the release of ProcessDB version 2.0. This new version of our flagship software seamlessly combines qualitative hypotheses with quantitative experimental results. Models in ProcessDB can be automatically combined with user-specified experimental protocols through a single, easy to use graphical interface.
Integrative BioInformatics part of a team receiving an NIH Roadmap Grant
Integrative BioInformatics announces its collaboration with a team based at the University of Texas Southwestern (UTSW) Medical Center, which has just received a $22 million grant from the
National Institutes of Health. The award, formally announced on September 6, 2007, will fund UTSW Medical Center’s obesity research team in its groundbreaking multi-prong attack on obesity,
from studying individual fat cells to developing medicines. Integrative BioInformatics will provide software and expert consulting services to the project team.
UT Southwestern's obesity research receives $22 million NIH Roadmap grant