Present your work at the 6th Annual SysMod meeting at ISMB/ECCB 2021

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Andreas Dräger

Jan 31, 2021, 3:01:39 PMJan 31
We invite you to participate in the 6th Annual SysMod meeting at ISMB/ECCB. SysMod strives to share the latest research linking systems biology and bioinformatics to develop comprehensive computer models of cells, tissues, and entire organisms. More information will follow soon.
We are looking forward to meeting you at the 6th annual SysMod meeting!

• Ruth E. Baker, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
“Identifiability and inference for models in mathematical biology.”
• Boris N. Kholodenko, University College Dublin, Ireland
“Structure-based dynamic modeling reveals ways to overcome kinase inhibitor resistance.”
• Ines Thiele, National University of Ireland, Ireland
“Whole-body metabolic modelling provides novel insight into host-microbiome crosstalk.”

The goal of SysMod is to foster the development of comprehensive models of cells, tissue, and organisms from high dimensional data by connecting bioinformaticians and systems biologists. SysMod will feature three keynote talks, ten contributed presentations, and a poster session. SysMod is part of ISMB/ECCB, a five-day conference that features sessions on a broad range of computational biology research.

• Methods: Dynamical modeling, Flux balance analysis, Logical modeling, Network modeling, Stochastic simulation, and more
• Systems: Animals, Bacteria, Humans, Plants, Yeast, and more
• Applications: Bioengineering, Developmental biology, Immunology, Disease, Precision medicine, and more

Abstract submission deadline: May 6, 2021
Early registration deadline: to be announced
Meeting: one or two days during the ISMB/ECCB conference July 25-29, 2021

Matteo Barberis, University of Surrey, UK
Marc Birtwistle, Clemson University, US
Laurence Calzone, Institute Curie, Paris, FR
Claudine Chaouiya, Aix-Marseille University, FR
Andreas Dräger, University of Tübingen, DE
Jan Hasenauer, University of Bonn, DE
Tomáš Helikar, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, US
Jonathan Karr, Mount Sinai School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, US
Anna Niarakis, Univ Evry, Paris-Saclay University & INRIA Saclay, FR
María Rodríguez Martínez, IBM, Zurich Research Laboratory, CH
Julio Saez-Rodriguez, Heidelberg University, DE
Juilee Thakar, University of Rochester, US


On behalf of the organizers with best regards

Dr. Andreas Draeger
Assistant Professor
University of Tübingen
Institute for Bioinformatics and Medical Informatics (IBMI)
Computational Systems Biology of Infections and Antimicrobial-Resistant Pathogens
Sand 14 · Office #C108 · 72076 Tübingen · Germany
Phone: +49-7071-29-70459 · Fax: +49-7071-29-5152
Web: · Twitter: @dr_drae

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