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Evolutionary Systems Biology: From Model Organisms to Human Disease

Posted on Feb 16, 2016 5:30:52 AM


Conference - Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
We are pleased to announce a new meeting: Evolutionary Systems Biology: From Model Organisms to Human Disease. This conference will provide a forum for scientists interested in applying systems and mechanistic approaches to understand evolution and those incorporating evolutionary perspectives to understand human disease. It should be of particular interest to those working at the interface of systems biology, evolutionary genetics and genomics.
The programme will explore the evolution of biological systems at different levels: from genes and molecules, through networks and microbes, to cancer and other human diseases. Particular emphasis will placed on understanding evolution through mechanistic biology and providing an evolutionary perspective on human disease. We will explore recent advances in the evolution of host-pathogen interactions, antibiotic resistance and cancer, taking advantage of the many shared conceptual and methodological approaches that span these areas.
Organization: Wellcome Genome Campus Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences
Wed, Mar 02, 2016 - Fri, Mar 04, 2016
Wellcome Genome Campus
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
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