Systems biology: design principles, dynamic regulation and disease（2015.8.17-18）
Systems biology: design principles, dynamic regulation and disease
In the post genomic era, systems biology has emerged as an important discipline to uncover the basic biological principles from the exponential growing quantitative data. The fundamental biological processes and the development of diseases are mostly governed by underling molecular networks, including signal transduction pathways and gene regulatory networks.
How these cellular components forms specific complex interaction structures, and how the dynamic properties and regulation mechanism affect the diseases development are remaining challenges for systems biologists. By the theme of “Systems Biology: design principles, dynamic regulation and disease", the conference aims at constructing an international platform for systems biologists to update the current progress, newly developed technologies and computational theories.