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SBCNY Graduate Education in Systems Biology

SBCNY Fellow Spotlights
Jayanth Krishnan Roy Song, currently enrolled in the PhD program at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, is the first author of a study published in the journal PNAS, titled "ERK Regulation of Phosphodiesterase 4 Enhances Dopamine-stimulated AMPA Receptor Membrane Insertion".
Jayanth Krishnan Jayanth Krishnan, currently enrolled in the Accelerated Physician-Scientist Program (BS/MD) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Albany Medical College, is a recipient of a 2011 Davidson Scholarship. Jay, who conducted research under the mentorship of SBCNY Investigator Avi Ma'ayan, was the winner in the Engineering category at the Westchester Science and Engineering Fair (WESEF). His project was selected as one of the top eight overall projects which earned him a trip to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF).
[Project] [Davidson Fellow Bio] [Putnam Examiner Article]
Johnson Ho Johnson Ho, City College of New York, Biomedical Engineering major, received the 2011 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and was selected as the 2011-2012 Valedictorian of the Grove School of Engineering. Johnson was a summer 2009 SBCNY Fellow who worked under the mentorship of Kevin Costa (MSSM, Department of Medicine) on a project titled: Post-Infarction Left Ventricular Remodeling and the Law of Laplace.
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Jayanth Krishnan Sara Wildstein from Queens College (Class of 2010), was one of the recipients of the 2010 Jonas E. Salk Scholarship. She is currently a medical student at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Under the mentorship of SBCNY Investigator Eric Sobie during the summer of 2009, Sara's project was titled: Computational modeling of 'leaky' ryanodine receptors and triggered arrhythmias in heart cells.
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Systems Biology Specialization on Coursera

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Systems Biology Specialization on Coursera

The Systems Biology Specialization will enable students to get a working knowledge of various facets including bioinformatics, dynamical modeling, genomics, network and statistical modeling, proteomics and metabolomics. The Specialization concludes with a Capstone project that allows you to apply the skills you've learned throughout the courses.

All courses are available every four weeks with an enrollment period of 5 days. Capstone course is available two times per year and students who have successfully completed all other courses can register for it. There is no required order to take these courses but “Introduction to Systems Biology” must be the first course and “Integrated Analysis in Systems Biology” must be the last course before taking the Capstone course. Courses materials are available for all students who sign up for them but certificates will be given to those who register if they complete each course successfully. Students from more than 161 countries have participated in these courses in 2016. The on-demand version of these courses have had more than 20000 active learners and more than 110000 visitors by February 2017.

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