We count with the participation of the following speakers:
- M. Cascante
- University of Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain).
A Systems Biology approach to identify and exploit for cancer therapy the fragilities of the robust tumor metabolism
- N. Lindley
Laboratoire Biotcechnologie-Bioprocédés, INSA (France)
Network modelling of E. coli and metabolic engineering for threonine production: filling in the gaps using transcriptome analysis
- E. Klipp
- Max Plank Institut for Molecular Genetics (Germany).
Computational modelling of yeast cell stress response
- U. Klingmüller
German Cancer Research Center (Heidelberg, Germany)
Dynamic pathway modeling of the JAK-STAT signaling cascade
- R. Kaddurah-Daouk
Duke University (USA).
Metabolomic signatures in the study of central nervous system disorders
- P. Ruhdal Jensen
Tunable promoters for Systems Biology: applied to prokaryotic model systems
- M. Reuss
University of Stuttgart (Stuttgart, Germany).
Measuring and modeling the dynamics of networks in Escherichi coli
- U. Sauer
ETH (Zurich, Switzerland).
Experimental analysis and computational prediction of metabolic fluxes
- G. Stephanopoulos.
MIT (Masachussets, USA).
To be included
- J. J. Heijnen
DUT (Delft, The Netherlands).
In-vivo kinetics of metabolic networks
Others are being contacted