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Continuing with the strategy setup

So, to decide how to cope with the battle, I need then to associate people with projects and then find the way how to proceed to the realization of the projects ensuring a good revenue of them. So, I associated people to projects in the way that I show now:

  1. Robustness:
    1. Eduardo Sontag
    2. Tzachi Pilpel
    3. Alex de Luna
    4. Pamela Silver.
  2. Network Theory:
    1. Jessica Flack
    2. Ricardo Houssman.
    3. Uri Alon.
  3. Evolution and Learning:
    1. Juan Pedraza.
    2. Mikhail Burtzev.
    3. Eva Jablonka.
    4. Pamela Silver.
    5. Arturo Lazcano.
  4. Biological Modeling (including conditioned interactions in rule-based modeling):
    1. Walter Fontana.
    2. Sandrine Spencer.
    3. Pamela Silver.
    4. Eduardo Sontag.
    5. Galit Lahav.
  5. Protein Stuff and experimental training:
    1. Pablo Ceroni.
    2. Devin Buril.
  6. Economical Resources:
    1. Julio Frenk.
    2. Esther Orozco.
    3. René Asomoza.
    4. Rafael Jiménez.


I have then six different projects to follow. The priorities for all of them are the following ones:

Priority 1: Biological Modeling, Economical Resources, Protein Stuff and Experimental Training.

Priority 2: Robustness, Network Theory Evolution and Learning.

What does for a project to be in a given priority?

For priority 1 means that I will invest 60% of my time effort (six hours per day), and obviously just 40% (4 hours per day) for the projects involved in the second priority case.

I will organize the time consumption as follows:

Priority 1:

(2h) Biological Modeling (2h) Economical Resources (2h) Protein Stuff and Experimental Training.

Priority 2:

(1h20) Robustness (1h20) Network Theory (1h20) Evolution and Learning.

Concrete goals for each project

  • Biological Modeling:
  • Economical Resources:
  • Protein Stuff and Experimental Training:
  • Robustness:
  • Network Theory:
  • Evolution and Learning: