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Molecular Recognition in Biological Systems and Bioinformatics (MRBSB)

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Pioneering new approaches to medical and biological research, our interdisciplinary teams of scientists are creating new knowledge and working to translate their discoveries to bettering human health.

Bringing together researchers from the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences; the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences; the New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences; and several departments within the College of Arts and Sciences, faculty affiliated with Molecular Recognition in Biological Systems and Bioinformatics examine complex interactions at the intersection of biology and chemistry.

Research addresses all levels of biology from the atomic and molecular to the intact organism, and all areas, whether it be chemical, molecular, genetic, cellular, tissue, organ or whole organ systems.

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Learn more about the faculty affiliated with the Strategic Strength in Molecular Recognition in Biological Systems and Bioinformatics.

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The work done in this Strategic Strength involves collaborators from departments all over campus.

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Molecular Recognition in Biological Systems and Bioinformatics (MRBSB) is dedicated to understanding the fundamental biology and molecular nature of disease.

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A wide variety of cutting-edge technology supporting MRBSB research programs exists on both campuses of the University at Buffalo, as well as at the nearby Roswell Park and Hauptman-Woodward Institutes.

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Throughout the year, the departments affiliated with Molecular Recognition hold a range of tallks, workshops, and seminars on a variety of relevant and current research topics.