Welcome to Sybacol –
Systems Biology of Ageing Cologne
The Sybacol initiative merges the work of life scientists involved in ageing research with that of theoretical physicists, mathematicians and bioinformaticians at the Faculties of the Natural Sciences and Medicine of the University of Cologne and at the Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing.
In a highly collaborative systems biology approach we are aiming for a better understanding of the ageing process and the pathophysiology of ageing-associated diseases as a prelude to the development of novel interventions and new therapies. To this end Sybacol combines traditional biological and genetic experimental studies with theoretical science.
29. Ernst Klenk Symposium in Molecular Medicine
Sybacol was co-organizer (together with the Center for Molecular Medicine Cologne, CMMC) of the 29. Ernst Klenk Symposium in Molecular Medicine on "Systems Approaches in Translational Medicine", Sept. 29 - Oct. 01, 2013.
The meeting was a great success and an important showcase for the possibilities and opportunities that systems biology can offer to biomedical research
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Follow this link to the latest Sybacol publication by the groups of Andreas Beyer and Linda Partridge