Modelling networks from sequence to consequence in eukaryotes
The projected benefits of systems biology for understanding variation in human disease susceptibility or sustainable agriculture requires a bottom-up integration of research in genetics, statistics, mathematical modelling, bioinformatics and physiology. The meeting will bring together keynote speakers from the intersection of these disciplines who apply ‘systems’ approaches to study complex variation in plants, animals or humans.
28-29th March 2011
At the Kavli Royal Society International Centre near Milton Keynes. Organised by Professor Dirk-Jan de Koning, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Professor Chris Haley, MRC Human Genetics Unit. Attendance is free, but accommodation and catering are not provided.
More details, and registration forms can be found at
Registration will close on Monday 14th March