2/27/2003 11:00 AM
6/5/2003 12:00 PM
An explosion of biological data and dramatic advances in computer technology are providing scientists with the quantitative means to analyze, model, and simulate complex biological processes as never possible before. These processes can range from the behavior of single molecules, through cellular processes such as metabolic flux, to the behavior of individual organisms and population dynamics. This seminar series will feature scientists on the cutting edge of these exciting new approaches.
All lectures are in the Lipsett Amphitheatre, NIH Clinical Center, from 11:00 am to noon.
February 27, 2003 Albert-László Barabási
University of Notre Dame "Hierarchical network structure of protein-protein and metabolic interactions"
March 27, 2003 Bernhard Palsson
University of California, San Diego "Bringing genomes to life: The use of genome scale in silico models"
May 29, 2003 Richard Young and David Gifford
Massachusetts Institute of Technology "Regulation of genome expression in living cells"
June 5, 2003 Leslie Loew
University of Connecticut Health Center "The Virtual Cell project"
For information and accommodations, call Kevin Lauderdale at (301) 451-6446.
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