Frontiers in Systems Biology II

November 30 - December 2


Keynote Speakers

We are proud to present the names of the keynote speakers

Jeremy Nicholson

  • Imperial College
  • Talk Topic: Metabolic Phenotyping In Health and Disease: A Systems Medicine Perspective

    Shao-En Ong

  • University of Washington, Seattle
  • Targeting protein-small molecule interactions with quantitative proteomics

    Erik van Nimwegen

  • University of Basel
  • Retracing the regulatory factors that control expression and chromatin dynamics

    James Ferrell

  • Stanford University
  • Dissection of the mitotic trigger

    Eric Batchelor

  • National Institute of Health
  • Stimulus-dependent p53 dynamics in single cells

    Ronald Germain

  • National Institute of Health
  • Multiscale Systems Immunology: From Fine-grained Modeling of Signaling Pathways to Bioinformatic Analysis of the Human Immunome

    Mathew Krummel

  • University of California San Francisco
  • The Immune Bee-Hive: Motilty, Activation and Cooperation

    Arup Chakraborty

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • How to hit HIV where it hurts

    Genevieve Labbe

  • Oxitec, UK
  • Genetic control of pest insects

    Sarah O'Connor

  • John Innes Centre, UK
  • Understanding and engineering indole alkaloid biosynthesis

    Antoine Danchin

  • AMAbiotics, France
  • Ageing vs senescence: the fate of the cell factory