At the Systems Biology Laboratory we make models of biological pathways and networks, and the cellular geometry within which these reactions take place. We apply these models to problems in human health and physiology, including cancer and heart disease.

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Systems Biology is an approach to understanding an organism's physiology as an integrated network of genes, proteins and other molecules, linked by the biochemical reactions that take place within the complex physical environment of cells and tissues.

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The Systems Biology Lab is always looking for capable and motivated students and research fellows to join our team on any of our ongoing projects. For more information and a list of current opportunities, please contact Edmund Crampin.

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