The Institute for Network Medicine

 
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Build Actionable Network

Find fundamental patterns and discover high-value biomarkers and drug targets using powerful and complex big-data derived biological networks. 

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Meet Us at Phase ‘Zero’

 Reverse-engineer complex human organs and tissues to test predictions and advance fundamental discovery research and preclinical.

 

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Measure across scales 

Provides a complete suite of high-end equipment that promises to modernize readouts of cell fate, state and trait – in vitro and in tissues-- thereby erasing pain points in quantitative cell analyses.

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Decode Nature’s Designs

Build virtual human cells to better understand how they lose or gain robustness and how cellular communication systems can be precisely manipulated to intervene.

       

Services:

• Target Report card


• Network informed therapeutics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

•Organoid Media (Growth, freezing, transport, etc.)


• Normal and diseased human organoids and primary cells from all possible organs (colon, stomach, intestine, lung, [liver & heart coming soon], etc.) 

• Access to disease models (Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn’s, colon cancer, [IBS & NASH/NAFLD coming soon])

• Co-culture model to study the interaction between microbes, epithelial cells, and immune cells

• Mouse organoids are also supported. 

• Training and Workshops

 

 

 

 

 

 Equipment usage and technical support:

• XFPro Seahorse system

• xCELLigence RTCA eSight system

• 1290 Infinity II Bio LC System

• BioTek Cytation 10

• NovoCyte Panteon Flow Cytometer

• Dako Autostainer Link 48

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Authorship Policies

Payment of fees for data analysis services and authorship on publications, grants, and/or patents are not mutually exclusive. Depending on their contributions to a project, HUMANOID Core scientists should be considered collaborators at the same level as other academic colleagues who contribute intellectually and receive funding for work on a project. We follow the general guidelines for authorship laid out by most Journal Editors. The recovery of Core expenses through the recharge system does not exclude the possibility for authorship for Core personnel. Similarly, authorship does not substitute for payment of Core expenses for services rendered.

Citation:

Please acknowledge the appropriate entities (UC San Diego’s PreCSN, HUMANOID CoRE, and/or ACoE) when crediting our contributions to written works. Depending on the project scope, grants may need to be cited. Please contact us to ensure appropriate citation of funding source. 

Data Storage:

Raw data sets submitted to us and analysis results will be stored on our servers for 30 days after completion of analysis. It is the responsibility of requestors to backup all pertinent files on their own internal or cloud storage systems. 

Leadership:

Center for PreCSN:

Interim Director: Saptarshi Sinha, Ph.D, sasinha@health.ucsd.edu 

Founding Director: Pradipta Ghosh, M.D, prghosh@health.ucsd.edu 

HUMANOID Center:

Program Manager and Center Director: Courtney Tindle, M.S, ctindle@health.ucsd.edu

Founding Director: Pradipta Ghosh, M.D, prghosh@health.ucsd.edu 

Agilent Center of Excellence:

Operations Manager: Kevin Perry, B.S, k3perry@health.ucsd.edu   

Founding Director: Pradipta Ghosh, MD, prghosh@health.ucsd.edu 

Location and Hours of Operation

Hours: Location:

Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm               

PreCSN: Virtual     

HUMANOID CoRE: George E. Palade Bldg, Room 238, Bays E-I

ACoE: George E. Palade Bldg, Room 233, Bay 238 DD 

Contacts

Name Role Phone Email Location
Courtney Tindle
Program Manager and Center Director
 
(858)246-2062
 
ctindle@health.ucsd.edu
 
George E. Palade Bldg, Rm 232, Bay E