Advanced Clinical Biosystems Research Institute

The Cedars-Sinai Advanced Clinical Biosystems Research Institute at Smidt Heart Institute is an interdisciplinary research program that brings together scientists and physicians who focus on high throughput quantitative proteomics and disease-induced biomarker studies.

Our Mission

To develop and apply targeted protein quantification techniques for studying specific cellular pathways at the molecular level.

Seven Mass Spectrometers Used to Study Protein Biomarkers

Technology-driven Advanced Clinical Biosystems Research Institute uses mass spectrometry to answer questions about proteins in disease.

Collaborating to Identify Cardiovascular Disease Biomarkers

The institute's scientists are joining forces with Smidt Heart Institute experts to further cardiovascular research and find new therapies.

Having this array of sophisticated assay instruments at our fingertips allows us to do things we couldn't do before.


Jennifer Van Eyk, PhD

Erika J. Glazer Chair in Women's Heart Health
Director, Advanced Clinical Biosystems Institute in the Department of Biomedical Sciences
Director, Basic Science Research in the Women's Heart Center
Professor, Imaging
Professor, Biomedical Sciences

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Advanced Clinical Biosystems Research Institute
127 S. San Vicente Blvd., Suite A9227
Los Angeles, CA 90048