1st Symposium on Systems Approaches to Parkinson’s Disease

The 1st Symposium on Systems Approaches to Parkinson’s Disease (SAPD) hosted by the Hamilton Institute, will focus on Systems Biology methods applied to understanding the etiopathogenesis of Parkinson’s disease. The symposium will cover research work aimed at building an in-silico understanding of the disease, covering: mathematical modelling, systems analysis and associated measurement techniques. The symposium will be on 18th and 19th August immediately after the 3rd International Workshop on Systems Biology, and will share some sessions with its sister event.

The Symposium will be of interest to a wide range of researchers and students from experimental, computational or theoretical backgrounds, ranging from systems analysts wishing to contribute to this important area of biological research, to specialists wishing to learn how systems methods can contribute to understanding PD. Plenary and keynote lectures will be delivered by leading international experts, and there will also be poster sessions to provide all delegates with the opportunity to present and discuss their work.

For further information, see the symposium homepage

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