In 50 years, good health will depend on your human connections and medicine made from your own immune system. This episode of Future of X, a podcast series created by Ozy Media and Providence St. Joseph Health, features Jim Heath and Lee Hood of PSJH's Institute for Systems Biology.
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About the Institute for Systems Biology
Systems biology has been responsible for some of the most important developments in the science of human health and environmental sustainability. It is a holistic approach to deciphering the...
Our family of organizations
What is Providence St. Joseph Health? We’re a family of organizations across seven western states that share a belief that health care is a human right. Learn more about us and where we serve.
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Arivale, ISB look to reverse early Alzheimer’s with data-driven lifestyle coaching
The Institute for Systems Biology is taking a swing at one of the most widespread and puzzling diseases in the United States: Alzheimer’s.
The Spinal Cord Atlas Project Marks the Beginning of the End of Paralysis
The world’s first map of the human spinal cord will transform how medicine treats once incurable spinal cord damage and ultimately end paralysis. In the Spinal Cord Atlas Project, researchers at...
The actionable possibilities of scientific wellness
Systems medicine, or a systems view of disease, offers powerful tools for changing how we think about health care, says Leroy Hood, President and Co-Founder of the Institute for Systems Biology.
Lessons I learned from my 17 years as ISB president
Dr. Lee Hood, co-founded Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) in 2000. Hood has stepped down as president of ISB to continue his transformational work as senior vice president and chief science...
The radical idea of avoiding sickness
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A year later, here is where GeekWire’s Daniel Rossi stands in his quest to radically transform his health
A year later, here’s where GeekWire’s Daniel Rossi stands in his quest to radically transform his health...
Institute for Systems Biology Annual Report
Starting in the early 2000s, we pioneered the concept of a medicine that is predictive, preventive, personal and participatory (P4). 2016 gave us a profoundly deeper understanding of why we stand...
Results from Pioneer 100 Wellness Project
A nine-month study of 108 individuals, demonstrated that combining personal, dense, dynamic data clouds with tailored behavioral coaching can optimize wellness for individuals...
Translational Research Fellows Program
Institute for Systems Biology and Providence St. Joseph Health are leveraging their respective research and clinical expertise to attract exceptional early-stage scientists into a new fellows program.
Affiliating to catalyze scientific wellness
Providence Health & Services and Institute for Systems Biology affiliate with the goal of bringing personalized medicine to every patient...
Pioneers of health: Scientific wellness and the studies changing health care
Scientific wellness is shifting the focus of health care from managing or curing disease to identifying health concerns at their earliest stages.
P4 Medicine is Predictive, Preventive, Personalized and Participatory. Its two major objectives are to quantify wellness and demystify disease.
Lee Hood on Systems Biology and Systems Medicine
In this video, Dr. Lee Hood traces the beginnings of systems biology and the founding of the Institute for Systems Biology to its role in the creation of systems (P4) medicine and ISB's recent...
100K Wellness Project
In the video below, Dr. Hood describes the vision behind P4 Medicine (personalized, predictive, preventive, and participatory), 100K Project and Hundred Person Wellness Project...
Study finds Dr. Hood’s ‘scientific wellness’ can make people healthier