The Common Fund's Building Blocks, Biological Pathways, and Networks program was designed to develop new technologies for studying molecular events that comprise biological pathways and networks in cells in order to catalyze studies of normal and disease-related processes. The components of the program were:

National Technology Centers

Carnegie-Mellon University
Fluorescent Biosensors for Networks and Pathways,
Carnegie-Mellon University/University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA)


The Johns Hopkins University
Networks, Pathways and Dynamics of Lysine Modification,
The Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD) 


Rockefeller University
New Tools for Exploring the Dynamic Interactome,
Rockefeller University (New York, NY) 

This page last reviewed on May 3, 2017