• From the microbes we host to the plants we ingest, there are more non-human species inside of us – entire ecosystems – than stars in our galaxy. How these systems interact and communicate is as fundamental as genetics in defining human health and disease.
  • The great lesson of Intersystems Biology is that there are no fixed boundaries between species. Now, with the right tools, data and analysis, we can understand and leverage these powerful interactions.
  • Pioneering this new field of science and technology enables completely new types of medicines that are potentially safer, more precise, and more convenient than current standards of care. And we already have six pre-clinical programs in-progress.