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It is our pleasure to draw your attention to the International Study Group for Systems Biology ISGSB 2016 meeting, to be held from October 04-07, 2016 in Jena, Germany.

The biennial ISGSB meetings are devoted to advancing the biological sciences by exploring the interplay between mathematical modelling, computer simulation and wet-lab experiments. ISGSB (formerly BTK) had dealt with topics of Systems Biology even before that term was coined. Models can be presented and discussed in more detail than usual at other conferences. In addition, there will be special scientific and social activities by the Y(oung)SGSB (early career ISGSB).

We highly encourage renowned and junior researchers to contribute to the programme of the meeting and submit abstracts for oral or poster presentations on their current research work and results (length: max. 3,000 characters). The programme committee and expert reviewers will evaluate the abstracts according to scientific content and suitability for the conference. A limited number of abstracts will be accepted for oral or poster presentation.

Abstracts are welcome on topics of Systems Biology within the following main themes:
1. Infection modeling
2. Regulatory interactions and signaling
3. Plant physiology and development
4. Biological thermodynamics
5. Optimality principles
6. Multiscale systems medicine
7. Metabolic Pathway Analysis
8. Towards whole-cell models

English abstracts should be submitted online at until May 31, 2016.

For further information please refer to the conference homepage or get in contact with Mrs Kreutzmann from the conference organisation Conventus via phone +49 3641 31 16-357 or email to Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!. We will be happy to welcome you in Jena in October 2016 and look forward to an exciting meeting!


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