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A First Course In Systems Biology [UPD]

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A First Course In Systems Biology [UPD]

A First Course in Systems Biology is an introduction for advanced undergraduate and graduate students to the growing field of systems biology. Its main focus is the development of computational models and their applications to diverse biological systems. The book begins with the fundamentals of modeling, then reviews features of the molecular inventories that bring biological systems to life and discusses case studies that represent some of the frontiers in systems biology and synthetic biology. In this way, it provides the reader with a comprehensive background and access to methods for executing standard systems biology tasks, understanding the modern literature, and launching into specialized courses or projects that address biological questions using theoretical and computational means.

Research suggests that it may be possible to eliminate the correlation between age and diseases. ISB is working to leverage systems biology approaches to understand the mechanistic links among the processes that accompany and/or lead to aging.

Direct observations of actual organisms are considered an essential part of learning biology at all levels. Direct observations of organisms may involve the use of living or preserved specimens, dissections of organisms or parts of organisms, and microscopic examination of organisms or parts of organisms. All use of live animals conforms to National Institutes of Health guidelines for the use and care of laboratory animals. Activities specified above may be a required part of a course and thus serve as a basis for grading in the course. Any questions about the administration of this policy should be directed to the course coordinator or instructor.

The BS degree in Molecular Engineering offers undergraduates a cutting-edge engineering curriculum built on a strong foundation in mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology. Courses in the major are designed to develop quantitative reasoning and problem-solving skills; to introduce engineering analysis of biological, chemical, and physical systems; and to address open-ended technological questions across a spectrum of disciplines. The aim is to introduce invention and design, along with inquiry and discovery, as fruitful and complementary intellectual activities.

Alternative four-year program for the Bioengineering Track. This example program for the Molecular Engineering major does not require completion of mathematics, chemistry, and physics sequences during a student's first year at the University, but advanced coursework such as required in the specializations in Molecular Engineering may not fit within the four-year program.

Quantum science, which harnesses the strange rules of physics that govern the smallest particles in nature, is shifting paradigms in fundamental and applied physics, chemistry, biology, and computer science. The minor leverages the unique strengths of the faculties of Molecular Engineering, Physics, and Computer Science to provide students with a foundation to understand and contribute to quantum sciences and technologies. The minor focuses on both the theory of quantum information processing as well as the physical systems and principles that comprise quantum technology.

The minor in Molecular, Cellular, and Tissue Engineering provides a strong background in cell and molecular biology to allow molecular engineering innovation in the engineering areas of biomaterials, regenerative medicine, and stem cell bioengineering. Courses are offered in these basic areas as well as microfluidics, synthetic biology, molecular imaging, immunoengineering, and nanomedicine to develop novel cellular and molecular therapies. The course of study emphasizes both basic aspects of physical and cellular biology and translational applications in medicine. In addition, courses on quantitative aspects of cell biology and systems biology are offered, building upon biological fundamentals with q


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