I have the honor to have been selected to become a CRI fellow for the next 3 years! It will allow me to pursue further my research on the team collaboration patterns that underlie scientific performance and success in the iGEM competition!
More information about the call:
The CRI is broadening its research activities, creating a collaboratory at the crossroads across the life, learning, and digital sciences.
We are developing an open, collaborative research program to tackle the world’s health and education challenges, focusing on the following broad topics, amenable to bridge foundational research and societal impact:
- Open health – from data-rich research to development of frugal software and hardware solutions.
- Open learning – from understanding learning to human-machine paradigms
- Open synthetic and systems biology – from foundational understanding of living systems to open biotech and open pharma solutions.
- Open transitions – from tracing past major transitions to understanding and shaping current digital transition.
- Open phronesis – tackling ethical challenges of our time.
Scientific Advisory Board
Helga Nowotny, Scientific Advisory Board Chair, Professor emerita of Social Studies of Science, ETH Zurich, Former President of the European Research Council
Samir K. Brahmachari, J.C Bose National Fellow, Chief Mentor, Open Source Drug Discovery Academy Professor, Academy of Scientific & Innovative Research
Andrew W. Murray, Herchel Smith Professor of Molecular Genetics Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor, Director of the FAS Center for Systems Biology, Harvard University
Stephen Friend, Health Team, Apple, Chairman of the Board, Sage Bionetworks
Leland H. Hartwell Director of The Biodesign Institute, Sustainable Health Professor, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, Virginia G. Piper Chair in Personalized Medicine, Arizona State University