Prince William Campus - Occoquan Building Student Research van Hoek lab Seto lab Luchini CAPMM Cox lab

The School of Systems Biology is located at George Mason University's Prince William campus.

Students present their findings at the Spring 2013 Student Research Day.

Dr. Monique van Hoek consults with graduate students in her microbiology lab.

Dr. Donald Seto discusses findings with Bioinformatics and Computational Biology students.

Dr. Alessandra Luchini at work in the CAPMM research lab.

Dr. Daniel Cox monitors graduate students in his lab at the Krasnow Institute.


Systems biology focuses on understanding the structure and function of biological systems on multiple levels — from molecules to organisms — through data garnered from theoretical, experimental, and computational methodologies.

The mission of the School of Systems Biology at George Mason University is to provide a research and educational environment that allows integration of the various areas of molecular and cellular biosciences from a systems perspective.

The School of Systems Biology offers research-based degree programs whose graduates go on to pursue careers in government agencies and private industry, higher education, and health care industries.


April 26

USA Science and Engineering Festival

8:00 AM
Walter E. Washington Convention Center

May 14

Virginia Academy of Science 2014 Meeting

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond Va.

May 14

Biology and SSB Awards

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Dewberry Hall

May 14

2014 Convocation

12:45 PM – 5:30 PM
Patriot Center

PHD Biosciences, Cox lab

PHD Biosciences, Cox lab

PHD Bioinformatics & Computational Biology, Klimov lab

PHD Bioinformatics & Computational Biology, Klimov lab

Dr. Don Seto's article "Zoonotic origin, molecular evolution and adaptation of human respiratory pathogen revealed through... [read more]