12 September 2019
Summer School in Computational Biology - From molecules to tissues
An intensive introductory course in Computational Biology. It will have four main components:
* Introductory lectures on mathematics and physics for biologists, or biology for exact sciences students (parallel tracks);
* courses on specialized Computational Biology topics ranging from the molecular level to integrated physiological systems;
* seminars on recent developments;
* short research projects where the students will have opportunity to apply the acquired skills to realistic research problems.
Students who wish to present their work may do so in a poster session.
* Core knowledge for modeling biological systems
* Molecular dynamics for lipid membranes and proteins
* Protein-ligand interactions and drug discovery
* Data Science in Biology
* Transcriptomics to characterize cellular mechanisms
* Kinetic modeling of metabolic and signaling processes
* Modeling of physiological systems
Armindo Salvador, Rui Travasso, Joel Arrais
Students from the M. Sc. to post-doctoral levels with either biological or exact sciences backgrounds who wish to acquire skills in Computational Biology
To introduce students to the field of Computational Biology, and develop hands-on expertise in applying computational tools to research problems.
Students who so request will be graded to receive credit.
EUR 60: Registration fee for students admitted to the school after initial selection. This fee includes lunch but not accommodation. The organization is able to provide affordable accommodation to the participants. Further information will be provided upon registration.