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Integrating Systems Biology: From Networks to Mechanisms to Models

  August 15, 2017  
EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany

Two facets of systems biology are the generation of increasingly comprehensive network maps of the physical and functional interactions between biomolecules in cells, and the development of quantitative models of processes based on a detailed mechanistic understanding of a given pathway. However, only for few biological processes the mechanistic knowledge is sufficient to enable quantitative modeling. On the other hand incorporating proteome-scale network-based connections into quantitative models is difficult, in part due missing knowledge on the functional effects, physiological context, and biological consequences of mapped interactions. At this conference we will discuss novel computational and experimental approaches to bridge this ‘mechanistic gap’ and hear about current trends in network mapping and analysis.
Organized by: EMBL
Invited Speakers: Anne-Claude Gavin
EMBL Heidelberg, Germany

Trey Ideker
San Diego Center for Systems Biology, UCSD, USA

Frederick Roth    
University of Toronto, Canada

Rob Russell
University of Heidelberg, Germany

Patrick Aloy    
Institute for Research in Biomedicine, Spain    

Mike Boxem 
Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Gianni Cesareni    
University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy    

Roland Eils
DKFZ, Germany

Jasmin Fisher    
University of Cambridge, UK    

Melissa Haendel
Oregon Health & Science University, USA   

Margaret Johnson
Johns Hopkins University, USA    

Joseph Marsh
University of Edinburgh, UK     

Kerstin Meyer

Sanger Institute, UK   

Evangelia Petsalaki    

Nathalie Reuter

University of Bergen, Norway

Silke Rickert-Sperling    
Charite-Medical University Berlin, Germany    

Julio Saez-Rodriguez 
RWTH Aachen University, Germany, EMBL-EBI, UK

Mikko Taipale

University of Toronto, Canada  

Erich Wanker
Max Delbrueck Center for Molecular Medicine, Germany   

Jianguo Xia     
McGill University, Canada

Deadline for Abstracts: 2018-01-22
Registration: www.embl.de/training/events/2018/ISB18-01/index.html
E-mail: events@embl.de
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