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September 30, 2013:

On the 22nd of October Barbara Bakker will give her inaugural speech, entitled: Modellen voor jong en oud.

Barbara Bakker will introduce her field of Medical Systems Biology for a broad audience and discuss ongoing research on inborn metabolic diseases and ageing biology. In the end it is one integrated metabolic system that we need to understand. Inborn mutations, diet and age-related damage are different perturbations to this system which can teach us how metabolism works. To capture the complexity of metabolic regulation, computer models are a powerful tool. A better understanding should help solving important questions with respect to both inborn and age-related metabolic diseases.

  • Location: Academiegebouw, Broerstraat 5, Groningen
  • Date: October 22, 2013
  • Time: 16.15

Registration by e-mail to cvb.rm@rug.nl

April 16, 2012:
GUIDE seminar by Kathrin Thedieck, Albert-Ludwig University in Freiburg/Breisgau Title: Dynamic mTOR network models reveal complex mTORC2 and AMPK regulation. Location and time: UMCG, Rode zaal, 16-17 h.
22-07-2011:
SBC-EMA is organizing the following systems biology events:
5-23-2011:
Karen van Eunen, postdoc in the Centre for Systems Biology of Energy Metabolism and Ageing, has been awarded the FEBS Journal Prize 2011. She won the prize for her publication 'Measuring enzyme activities under standardized in vivo-like conditions for systems biology'.
She will receive the prize at the FEBS Conference 2011 (June 25-30) in Torino where she will give a plenary lecture about her prize-winning research.
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