The Biosciences Area forges multidisciplinary teams to solve national challenges in energy, environment, health issues, and technology development, as well as advance the engineering of biological systems for sustainable manufacturing.
Biosciences Area research is coordinated through three Divisions and one User Facility: Biological Systems and Engineering, Environmental Genomics and Systems Biology, Molecular Biophysics and Integrated Bioimaging and the National User Facility DOE Joint Genome Institute.
Enabled by Berkeley Lab’s world-class User Facilities and complementary research programs, our culture of team science and cross-disciplinary research will enable us to contribute groundbreaking discoveries and innovative solutions to complex scientific and societal challenges.
The Biosciences Area is served by three Operations Centers at Berkeley, Emery Station East, and the Integrative Genomics Building. These locations are managed by:
- Berkeley – Nikki Humphreys (Bio)
- Emery Station East – Diane Pierotti (Bio)
Please note: The Emery Station East website is restricted to Berkeley Lab personnel.
- Integrative Genomics Building – Nick Everson (Bio)
If you have questions about Area Operations, please contact Nikki Humphreys.