is to improve the understanding and treatment of human disease through data-driven predictive modeling.
are unified by a common emphasis on leveraging the power of open networks of contributors to solve complex scientific problems.
work in a variety of disciplines spanning clinical research, computational biology, genomics, and software engineering.
What do social media and Star Trek have to do with children’s cancer?
Sage Bionetworks’ work is unlike anything St. Baldrick’s has ever funded before. Dr. Friend, the first-ever St. Baldrick’s Genius Award recipient, explains in this new video.
The 2015 Paris Assembly: Connecting Open Research, Open Education and Open Social Impact, will take place on April 16-18, at the Institut Pasteur. Learn more about the Assembly including the agenda and list of invited attendees. Please join us in Paris…
Stephen Friend wants your genes — no, really. At TED2014 he announced the Resilience Project, a new crowdsourced effort to understand the quirks and patterns of human genetic code that control — and could help treat — genetic diseases…
We are thrilled to announce a significant grant from the Helmsley Charitable Trust.