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August 18-22, 2014

Los Angeles, California, USA

"From Cell to Organism" 2014 International Study Group for Systems Biology (ISGSB)

September 2-5, 2014

Collingwood College, Durham University, UK

Keynote Speakers:
Professors Boris Kholodenko (University College Dublin), Tom Kirkwood (Newcastle)
, Nicholas Le Novere (Babraham Institute), Stefan Schuster (FSU Jena), Christine Sers (Charité, Berlin)
Ageing and Systems Biology, Metabolic Pathways, Signalling, Multiscale Modelling and Software and Computational Methods

BioNetVisA workshop - From biological network reconstruction to data visualization and analysis in molecular biology and medicine

September 7th, 2014

Strasbourg, France
(as part of the European Conference on Computational Biology ECCB'14)

The abstracts submission deadline is on May 15th, 2014

ICSB 2014 - 15th International Conference on Systems Biology

September 14-18, 2014

Melbourne, Australia

Key Dates:
  • Call for Abstract: Feb 14, 2014 (extended from Jan 31st)
  • Workshops Tutorials submission: Jan 31st, 2014

2nd International SystemsX.ch Conference on Systems Biology

October 20-23, 2014

Swiss Tech Convention Center, Lausanne, Switzerland

5th European Workshop on Lipid Mediators

October 23-24, 2014

Istanbul - Faculty of Pharmacy
Educational session on October 22nd
We especially welcome graduate and postdoctoral students to attend this workshop, and a Young Session will be devoted to them.

EMBO Conference: From Functional Genomics to Systems Biology

Saturday 8 November - Tuesday 11 November 2014

EMBL Heidelberg, Germany 


Registration deadline: Sunday 28 September 2014
Abstract deadline: Thursday 11 September 2014

Whole-cell modeling summer school

March 9-13, 2015

Rostock, Germany

We are pleased to announce the hackathon-style summer school to be held next year in Rostock, Germany, with the aim of developing an open version of the Karr et al. whole-cell model (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22817898).

The primary aim for the participants of the summer school is to learn about standards for modeling and simulation in computational biology. But a secondary aim is to enjoymodeling, coding and diagramming the whole-cell model using openly available software and COMBINE standards (http://co.mbine.org). 

An anticipated outcome of the event is a roadmap for future developments needed in the different standardisation efforts involved in the summer school. Together, we want to answer the important question: "What is missing in today's standards?" We believe this will help provide guidelines for COMBINE. 

In total, we will accept up to 50 students (PhD to early postdoc level), who will be fully funded through the Volkswagen Foundation. The application form is open until the 31st of October.

Details of the summer school are available from the following website: http://bit.ly/wholecell