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Peter Sorger, Ph.D is a Professor of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School and holds a joint appointment in MIT’s Dept. of Biological Engineering and Center for Cancer Research. He received his A.B. from Harvard College, Ph.D. from Trinity College Cambridge, U.K. and trained as a postdoctoral fellow with Harold Varmus and Andrew Murray at the University of California, San Francisco. Sorger was co-founder of the MIT systems biology program CSBi, Merrimack Pharmaceuticals and Glencoe Software and serves on the scientific advisory and corporate boards of several other technology companies. He is currently Chair of the CSF study section of the NIH and Director of the NIH-NIGMS CDP Center for Systems Biology.
Peter Sorger, Ph.D is a Professor of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School and holds a joint appointment in MIT’s Dept. of Biological Engineering and Center for Cancer Research. He received his A.B. from Harvard College, Ph.D. from Trinity College Cambridge, U.K. and trained as a postdoctoral fellow with Harold Varmus and Andrew Murray at the University of California, San Francisco. Sorger was co-founder of the MIT systems biology program CSBi, Merrimack Pharmaceuticals and Glencoe Software and serves on the scientific advisory and corporate boards of several other technology companies. He is currently Chair of the CSF study section of the NIH and Director of the NIH-NIGMS CDP Center for Systems Biology.
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Peter Sorger, Ph.D is a Professor of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School and holds a joint appointment in MIT’s Dept. of Biological Engineering and Center for Cancer Research. He received his A.B. from Harvard College, Ph.D. from Trinity College Cambridge, U.K. and trained as a postdoctoral fellow with Harold Varmus and Andrew Murray at the University of California, San Francisco. Sorger was co-founder of the MIT systems biology program CSBi, Merrimack Pharmaceuticals and Glencoe Software and serves on the scientific advisory and corporate boards of several other technology companies. He is currently Chair of the CSF study section of the NIH and Director of the NIH-NIGMS CDP Center for Systems Biology.

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