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INTRODUCTION
Despite omics’ BIG DATA, molecular biology is not yet able to understand complex biological functions, cell factories, and multifactorial diseases (cancer, neurodegeneration).
The School will explicate Systems Biology’s experimental and computational approaches that together will enable the participant to begin to tackle the complex networks of life, hands-on. Computable representations of systems biology integration are about to unleash revolutions in fundamental biology, predictable biotechnology and individualized medicine.

Lecturers

  • Rudi Balling – University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
  • Matteo Barberis – University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
  • Mikael Benson – CaSyM Steering Committee, University of Göteborg, Sweden
  • Sampsa Hautaniemi – University of Helsinki, Finland
  • Jonathan Karr – Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York City, USA
  • Richard Kitney – ISBE Coordinator, Imperial College London
  • Walter Kolch – CaSyM Steering Committee, UCD Dublin
  • Jens Nielsen – Chalmers University, Göteborg, Sweden
  • Dina Petranovic – Chalmers University, Göteborg, Sweden
  • Damjana Rozman – University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • James Sharpe – Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona, Spain
  • Marco Vanoni – University of Milano-Bicocca and SYSBIO Centre, Milan, Italy

Organizers and lecturers
Lilia Alberghina – University of Milano-Bicocca, and SYSBIO centre, Milan, Italy
Hans V. Westerhoff – University of Amsterdam, and Manchester Centre for Integrative Systems Biology, UK

Supported by

University of AmsterdamAccademia Nazionale delle Scienze dei XL

 

Acknowledgments
SysBio – Center for Systems Biology

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Organized in the frame of Lake Como School of Advanced Studies