Events

Conferences 

The 10th International Conference on Computational Methods in Systems Biology (CMSB 2012)  will be organized by the Centre for Systems and Synthetic Biology, Brunel Unoversity, at the Royal Society, London, UK, on October 3-5 2012.  

Seminars

Forthcoming 

19 September 2012

Natalio Krasnogor, School of Computer Science, University of Nottingham "Synthetic Biology"

4 July  2012

Adrian Shepherd, Senior Lecturer in Computational Biology, Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology, Department of Biological Sciences, Birkbeck College, University of London , "Stratifying patients with mild/moderate haemophilia A: a computational pharmacogenetic pipeline?

Past 

9 May 2012

Pam Gao, SISCM Brunel University, "Multiscale Modelling and Analysis of Planar Cell Polarity in the Drosophila Wing"

14 March 2012

Dr Zamin Iqbal, Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, University of Oxford. "New de novo assembly methods access previously unreachable part of mutation spectrum"

8 February 2012

Dr. Conrad Nieduszynski, University of Nottingham. "Mathematical Modelling of Genome Replication"

11 January 2012

Prof. Nigel Saunders, SHSSC/SISCM, Brunel University, "Epigenetics and genetic memory in bacteria?" 

1 June 2011       

Natasa Przulj, Imperial College London, ‘Network mining uncovers new biology’

12 January 2011       
Paul Kellam, Sanger Institute/University College London. ‘Host and pathogen genetics in the age of second generation sequencing’

26 May 2011   
Ovidiu Radulescu, University of Montpellier, "Model reduction for multiscale biochemical models"

4 May 2011       
Juris Viksna, Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Latvia. “Dependence of dynamic properties of gene interaction networks on the network topology and parameter values”


6 April 2011       
Alessandra Devoto, Royal Holloway University of London. ‘Plant cell cycle signalling’

2 March 2011       
Ben Whalley, School of Pharmacy, University of Reading. 'Endogenous cholinergic tone in primary cortical cultures: implications for in vitro studies of mechanisms underlying learning and memory'


2 February 2011       
Mike Themis, Biosciences, SHSSC, Brunel University. ‘Lentivirus delivery to the fetal mouse exposes liver cancer genes’

19 January 2011       
iGEM Team, Imperial College London. ‘iGEM experiences’

 

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