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Agilent to collaborate on systems biology training
August 2007
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SANTA CLARA, Calif.Agilent Technologies and the Denver-based National Jewish Medical and Research Center have announced a collaborative effort to provide applications-focused technical training in the fast-emerging field of systems biology. The alliance unites Agilent's comprehensive suite of solutions for proteomics, genomics and metabolomics with the scientific and diagnostic expertise of scientists at one of the nation's premier respiratory hospitals.
 
Dr. Nichole Reisdorph, assistant professor of immunology and director of National Jewish's mass spectrometry facility, leads the training programs, which include e-seminars over the Web, hands-on application training and classroom instruction. The courses, which are open to the public, include a new hands-on metabolomics and proteomics workshop as well as database-searching and clinicalproteomics programs, among many others.

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