The Systems Biology of Human Disease (SBHD) conference series is a bi-national annual event initially launched by Peter Sorger and colleagues at Harvard Medical School in 2008 with its location alternating between the USA and Germany.
The 14th annual SBHD 2022 was hosted by Vanderbilt University in beautiful Nashville, Tennessee!
The SBHD focuses on systems biology approaches for the:
of human diseases. This year’s program featured top-class national and international scientists speaking on these highly up-to-date topics. Additionally, the SBHD International Conference maintains a tradition of emphasizing participation from young and upcoming scientist with a program including a wealth of short and lightning talks, as well as extended poster sessions selected from submitted abstracts.
This year’s conference was organized and made possible by a partnership between the Vanderbilt University Quantitative Systems Biology Center (QSBC), the Vanderbilt Diabetes Research and Training Center (DRTC), and the Berlin Institute of Health at Charité.
The 2023 SBHD International conference will be hosted locally in Berlin, Germany. Additionally, we are thrilled to announce that the 16th annual Systems Biology of Human Disease will also be hosted by Vanderbilt University in 2024! Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting conference series.