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Systems Biology brings concepts and skills from biochemistrybiologychemistry, physics, mathematics, statistics and computer science to current problems in health, agriculture and biotechnology. Our graduates are prepared to apply knowledge across disciplinary boundaries to improve the quality of human life.


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Systems Biology graduate, Camille Schrier, serves as an example of how opportunities continue to bloom with growing student research within the Academy of Integrated Science

 


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The American Society for Cell Biology’s Celldance 2016 Competition has named three finalists in its “Tell Your Own Cell Story” video competition, and Biology Fellow and Associate Professor Daniela Cimini’s laboratory at the Biocomplexity Institute is among them.

Computational cell biology looks to build accurate mathematical representations of controlled cell networks so that a computer can work out the precise implications of hypothetical molecular mechanisms. 


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