Events and News
Systems Biology Journal club has restarted for the this term. First meeting 29 September >>more
Information about the BBSRC e-Learning for Systems Approaches programme now available >>more
New PhD Programme
UCL has developed a new Interdisciplinary PhD Programme in bioscience and bioengineering. The programme covers all levels of biology, from molecules through to cells and whole animal physiology, and provides training in cutting edge techniques, including bioengineering, data analysis, computational and mathematical modelling, imaging, structural biology and systems approaches >>more
Jennifer Rohn and Buzz Baum (LMCB) "Comparative RNAi screening identifies a conserved core metazoan actinome by phenotype"
Jennifer Rohn and Buzz Baum (LMCB) "Identification and characterization of a set of conserved and new regulators of cytoskeletal organization, cell morphology and migration"
Medical Research Council
Highlight notice in Systems Biology for Medicine
The MRC is seeking to build on the
research & training foundations laid by other research councils and
encourage a wider range of applications applying systems approaches to medical
research – “systems medicine”. Applications in systems medicine will be
welcomed across the MRC’s broad remit, especially at programme-level. Further details can be found here.
National Institutes of Health
Innovations in Biomedical Computational Science and Technology
The NIH is interested in promoting research and developments in biomedical informatics and computational biology that will support rapid progress in areas of scientific opportunity in biomedical research. Areas include: database design, graphic interfaces, querying approaches, data visualisation and manipulation, data integration and development of computational models. Funding is available for up to five years. Please click here for further details.
Integrative Systems Biology Approaches to Auditory Hair Cell Regeneration
The NIDCD invites applications using systems biology approaches intended to restore lost auditory hair cells and their sensory function following damage to the inner ear from a variety of factors including disease, aminoglycosides, noise and ageing. Funding is available for up to five years. Please click here for further details.
NHLBI Systems Biology Collaborations
The NHLBI encourages applications that propose collaborative systems biology research projects by multi-disciplinary teams to advance our understanding of normal physiology and perturbations associated with heart, lung, blood and sleep diseases and disorders. Multi-disciplinary expertise across experimental and computational domains is required. Funding is available for up to three years. Further details can be found here.
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