Center for Network Systems Biology — Boston University

About us:
Core & Affiliated Faculty

The Center for Network Systems Biology (CNSB), Boston University’s flagship proteomics resource, offers cutting-edge mass spectrometry solutions to the BU research community, external academic, and non-academic institutions. Established in 2017, the CNSB has engaged in myriad high profile multi-center collaborative partnerships in network systems biology and other multi-proteomic initiatives in the Boston Area. We operate using a collaborative service model that provides our clients with customized and comprehensive solutions to attain superior proteomic data tailored for project success.

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Joseph Zaia - Director of CNSB
Joseph Zaia - Director of CNSB

Affiliated Faculty Members:

Sayantani Chatterjee

Postdoctoral Associate at CNSB
Field of Study:
Biochemistry

Raghuveera Kumar Goel

Head of Scientific Operations at CNSB
Field of Study:
Biochemistry

Matthew Lawton

Biochemestry PhD Candidate at CNSB
Field of Study:
T-Cell Signaling, Phosphoproteomics

Stanley Goldstein

Pharmacology Phd Candidate at TDL
Field of Study:
Target Identification

Weiwei Lin

Postdoctoral Associate at CNSB
Field of Study:
Analytical Biochemistry Alzheimer’s disease Proteomics Metabolomics

Rose Deshon

Financial Admin at CNSB
Field of Study:
Business Managment

Ahmed Youssef

PhD Candidate at CNSB
Field of Study:
Bioinformatics

Joseph Nigro

Research Specialist at CNSB
Field of Study:
Technician I - Mass spectrometry

Joseph Zaia

Director CNSB
Field of Study:
Biochemistry - Glycoproteomics of the cell surface and extracellular matrix

The Center for Network Systems Biology (CNSB), Boston University’s flagship proteomics resource, offers cutting-edge mass spectrometry solutions to the BU research community, external academic, and non-academic institutions. Established in 2017, the CNSB has engaged in myriad high profile multi-center collaborative partnerships in network systems biology and other multi-proteomic initiatives in the Boston Area. We operate using a collaborative service model that provides our clients with customized and comprehensive solutions to attain superior proteomic data tailored for project success.