Date(s) - 2016-07-03 - 2016-07-08
Systems biology is now an established and fundamental field in life sciences. It has facilitated the move from the identification of molecular ‘parts lists’ for living organisms towards integrating information from different ‘omics’-based approaches with our knowledge on the underlying biochemical mechanisms, to generate and test new hypotheses about how biological systems work.
This popular computational course, run jointly with EMBL-EBI, will provide participants with an overview of modelling approaches and an introduction to network analysis. The course will combine lectures, practical sessions and group activities, and there will be opportunities for discussion of current trends in the field.
The course is aimed at PhD students and researchers with a minimum of one year experience in the field of systems biology modelling, and who are using systems-based modelling approaches to understand biological and biomedical problems.
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