SysBioSIG is an NIH Special Interest Group (SIG) that sponsors activities exploring the diverse aspects of Systems Biology. SysBioSIG hosts the Systems Biology Speaker Series and is initiating a quarterly Workshop series to exchange ideas between scientists active in Systems Biology.
A working definition for “Systems Biology is a research approach that seeks to describe the overall behavior of a biological system through detailed, quantitative experimentation combined with conceptual or computational modeling of the system’s components and their interactions”. The complexity of the components’ interactions and, in large systems, the quantities of relevant biological entities frequently requires the use of computational methods to analyze the data or simulate the systems of interest.
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