13 - 16 November 2010, EMBL Advanced Training Centre, Heidelberg, Germany
June 1, 2010
The past decade has seen an exponential growth in genome-wide data measuring diverse cellular parameters, such as TF binding, gene expression, translation, protein abundance, protein-protein interactions, and genetic phenotypic interaction. In order to gain a systems level understanding of a given process, cell or organism, the current challenge is to convert these static qualitative maps into dynamic quantitative models of cellular processes. This rather daunting task can only be achieved through a multidisciplinary approach, which requires intensive integration of technology and thinking from many diverse fields, including basic biology, genomics, computational biology, mathematics, engineering and physics.
The meeting will cover all aspects of functional genomic approaches to systems biology, going from the genome to phenotype. These include transcriptional networks, protein interaction networks, functional interaction networks (synthetic lethal screens, genetics, RNAi), synthetic biology, multi-dimensional data integration and qualitative and quantitative modelling.
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Registration and abstract deadline : 15 August 2010
There is a limited number of fellowships available, you will find further information on the website.
Please check the conference website for more information.
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