13 December 2011
4 - 5pm
Venue: Ground Floor Seminar Room (G010), UniServices House, 70 Symonds Street, Auckland
A Bioengineering Associate Professorial research seminar by Edmund Crampin, Auckland Bioengineering Institute
Systems Biology is a term that is much bandied about. While many commentators agree that it holds 'great promise' for biomedical science research, there is no commonly accepted definition of what Systems Biology actually is.
I will identify several components of what I think a true Systems Biology should include, but which I think are often overlooked by practitioners, and will illustrate these with examples from our current work at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute's Systems Biology Group, and our aspirations for future projects.