EU-STANDS4PM – Survey “Data sources and in silico methods in personalized medicine”
EU-STANDS4PM is a Coordinating and Support Action funded under the Horizon2020 framework program of the European Commission. A major task of the project is to initiate an EU-wide mapping process in collaborative research to evaluate strategies for data integration and data-driven in silico modeling approaches.
ByteMAL Conference on Computational Biology and Informatics, September 2019, Germany
The ByteMALConference 2019 (Bioinformatics for Young inTernational researchersExpo in Maastricht, Aachen, and Liège) is a joint initiative of bioinformatics and computational biology students from Aachen, Maastricht, and Liège. The conference will take place at RWTH Aachen University Hospital, Aachen, Germany on September 24.
Research Fellow in Proteomics and Network Biology, Systems Biology Ireland
Systems Biology Ireland (SBI) is now recruiting for a Research Fellow who will use proteomics to analyze biological networks in cell culture systems, organoids and tissue samples. This is a Group Leader position with a focus to use MS-based proteomics to study biological networks in cell culture and clinical samples. The appointee will have proven...
Systems Genetics: From Genomes to Complex Traits, September 2019, Germany
This first EMBO|EMBL Symposium on systems genetics will focus on the central questions of when and how changes in genotype result in changes in phenotype. The meeting takes place from September 29 – October 02, 2019, in Heidelberg, Germany.
16th International Conference on Molecular Systems Biology (ICMSB2019), Philippines, 2019
The International Conference on Molecular Systems Biology is the oldest running conference on Biochemical Systems Theory (BST). This year, the conference will take place from October 28 – 31, 2019, at the De La Salle University in Manila, Philippines. ICMSB is a biennial conference running since 1989. The year 2019 marks the 50th anniversary...
Multiomics to Mechanisms – Challenges in Data Integration, September 2019, Germany
The conference hosted by EMBL takes place from September 11 – 13 in Heidelberg, Germany. It aims to inspire novel ideas for data integration across the different omics fields and hence may sparkle exciting new future collaborations. The conference will provide a platform for bringing together leading researchers from computational biology, various omics fields...
First International Conference in Systems and Network Medicine
The conference, taking place September 11 – 13, 2019, in Washington DC, will offer workshops, plenary sessions, panel discussions, oral, and poster presentations, as well as several interactive sessions – highlighting science, academia, business, and public policy. The conference aims to create an active engagement between participants, encourage future interdisciplinary research opportunities, create collaboration...
10th Anniversary of COMBINE, July 2019, Germany
The “Computational Modeling in Biology Network”(COMBINE) is an initiative to coordinate the development of the mvarious community standards and formats in systems biology, synthetic biology and related fields. COMBINE 2019 from July 15 – 19, 2019, will be a workshop-style event with invited lectures, oral presentations and posters, but also reserving enough time for...
COMBINE 2019: Computational Modeling in Biology Network Forum, July 2019, Germany
COMBINE 2019, hosted by HITS, takes place from July 15 – 19, 2019, in Heidelberg, Gemany, and will be a workshop-style event with contributed and invited talks, interactive breakouts and poster sessions.
6th Annual e:Med Meeting, September 2019, Germany
The 6th e:Med meeting on Systems Medicine will take place on September 23-25, 2019 at the Biomedical Center in Bonn. The conference convenes outstanding scientists in the field of systems medicine and offers the exceptional opportunity of information about the latest developments, presentation of scientific results, and discussion and interaction with most competent researchers in a highly dynamic...
10 Questions Science: The first Systems Medicine book
This book introduces the emerging field of systems medicine and describes a transition in modern biomedical research. It is the first book of its kind and it contains contributions from leading experts from across Europe.
10 Questions Science: Personalised modelling predicts neuroblastoma survival
Research published by a team from Systems Biology Ireland shows computationally derived cancer biomarker outperforming classical biomarkers.
10 Questions to Prof Olaf Wolkenhauer
Olaf Wolkenhauer is a Professor for Systems Biology and Bioinformatics at the University of Rostock, Germany.