The San Diego Center for Systems Biology is hosting the Eighth Annual "Systems-to-Synthesis" Symposium to be held on May 17, 2013 at the Salk Institute for Biological Sciences in La Jolla, CA. This Symposium will include leading national and local speakers representing various fields of Systems Biology, and our famously extended poster session following the talks. We encourage abstract submission for posters, as four talks will be selected from the posters.
***FREE registration. Online REGISTRATION REQUIRED.***
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The Center for Complex Biological Sciences (CCBS) is one of fifteen NIGMS Centers for Systems Biology. Research activities in all areas of Systems Biology – including synthetic biology, genomics and functional genomics, computational biology, mathematical biology, biophysics, and bioengineering – are encouraged within the center, although certain key areas and goals are emphasized. These include research into spatial dynamics, mathematical and computational modeling, developmental biology and monitoring molecular events in live cells with fluorescence dynamics.
Graduate Program in Mathematical, Computational and Systems Biology (MCSB)
Our graduate program provides students from a variety of educational backgrounds and interests with Ph.D. training suitable for research careers in the nascent field of Systems Biology. The program emphasizes in-depth classroom study, interdisciplinary research rotations, and individualized advising.
The Center also supports many opportunities in education and training for undergraduates, postdoctoral scholars and community outreach.