|報名所需繳交資料||(1)Statement of Study (for this summer course within one A4 page written by English)+(2) CV (English)+(3) Email pdf files to:firstname.lastname@example.org"|
|開課時間||107/07/26~107/08/03 09:10~12:00, 13:20~15:00|
|授課教師||Arthur D. Lander (藍亞瑟, University of California, Irvine, USA) |
Chen-An Tsai (蔡政安, NTU)
Kuo-Kan Liang (梁國淦, NTU)
本課程邀請美國加州大學爾灣分校Arthur Lander 教授，也是本校生物技術研究中心特聘講座教授，前來本校開設系統生物學短期課程，課程非常適合對於系統生物學有興趣者以及進行細胞或發育生物學研究的研究人員。
Systems Biology is a quantitative approach to biology and biomedical science that leverages ideas and tools from mathematics, physics, engineering and computer science. This short course will focus on building the skills required for creating and exploring mathematical and computational models in Systems Biology. The emphasis of the course will be on models of biological and physiological mechanisms, from the simple to the complex.
Students will be given background information on the problems that systems biologists model, the kinds of models that are used, and what can be learned from using them. The course will consist of lectures, laboratory practicals, and tutorials. During the laboratory practicals, students will use the Mathematica software package to create and run their own models. Prior programming experience is not required. Although the course is aimed at students intending to do research in Systems Biology, graduate students in other programs and faculty are also welcome.