National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS)
Establishment of new academic Centers
of Excellence in Complex Biomedical Systems Research .
with collaboaration from
Harvards departments of physics, computer science, chemistry and chemical biology,
and molecular and cellular biology;
the Harvard Medical School; Stanford University; the University of Calgary;
the California Institute of Technology; and MIT center (below)
MIT interdisciplinary center
MIT Computational and Systems Biology Initiative (CSBi)
is a campus-wide education and research program that links biology,
computer science and engineering in a multidisciplinary
approach to the systematic analysis and
computational modeling of complex biological phenomena.
Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
at the University of California, San Diego
The Interdisciplinary Bioinformatics Graduate Program draws upon the expertise of affiliated
faculty from the Division of Biological Sciences; Departments of Bioengineering,
Chemistry and Biochemistry, Computer Science and Engineering, Mathematics,
Physics and Psychiatry; the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program.
The Biocomplexity Institute will provide interdisciplinary
training through multiple departments and institutions.
Interface between the Biological, Mathematical, and Physical Sciences;
To stimulate interactions among experimentalists and theoreticians
working on problems in molecular biophysics, computational and systems biology
BBSRC launches three new centres for integrative systems biology
The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (UK) has announced
a major investment in
Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Ges. Department of Physical Chemistry
The Group of Complex Systems performs theoretical studies of
nonlinear pattern formation and nonequilibrium fluctuations in various reaction-diffusion systems.
MTbio: Modelling and Theory in the Biosciences
MTBio is supported by the Max-Planck-Institute for the Physics of
Complex Systems, Dresden, Klaus Tschira Foundation, Heidelberg
and Center for High Performance Computing (ZHR) at TU Dresden
Frauenhofer Chalmers Research Centre, Sweden
Systems Biology and Bioinformatics
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