Systems and Quantitative Biology: Drugs and Small Molecules

Jarboe, L., Iowa State University
Orman, M., University of Houston
McCalla, S., Montana State University

The integration of computational analysis with novel, high-throughput experimental approaches advances the understanding of molecular mechanisms of human diseases, biological functions of small molecules, and drug-target interactions. This session will highlight progresses in systems and quantitative approaches with topics including but not limited to: use of cutting-edge technologies to characterize complex molecular interactions; mathematical models to predict treatment responses and dynamic behaviors of biological systems; metabolic network analysis; quantitative approaches to disease mechanisms and therapies; rapid and high-throughput approaches for small molecule analysis and detection. This session is cosponsored by Engineering Fundamentals in Life Sciences (15D/E).



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