Sage Bionetworks is a new medical research organization. It is an independent corporate entity that leases offices at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington. Sage is an IRS 501(c)(3) public charity incorporated as a non-profit in Washington State.
What does Sage do?
Sage Bionetworks accomplishes its work through partnerships and has three primary activities:
Our researchers actively collaborate with a number of academic and commercial partners to apply advanced integrative genomic analysis to genetic and clinical datasets. We provide training for interdisciplinary researchers to gain next generation bioinformatics skills that is the focus of a new National Cancer Institute Center for Cancer Systems Biology. We are catalyzing and coordinating the development of a major new biological network and systems biology resource, the Sage Commons.
How is Sage funded?
Sage has a portfolio of philanthropic support, income from collaborative research partnerships and funding from competitive research grants. – less–ZoomInfo