Systems biology is a multi-disciplinary research environment, consisting of five research groups active in the area of systems biology. We are united by a common goal of studying the relationships and interactions between various parts of complex biological systems. The systems being studied range from the molecular and cellular levels (infection biology, bioinformatics, physiology), to populations of individuals (theoretical ecology).
Our research environment wants to be
A place that attracts new researchers and graduate students as well as established researchers. We want to conduct research that includes the entire chain, from basic research to applied research, in close collaboration with partners and with a high degree of both national and international external funding. We also want to develop the concept of system biology and apply it to new areas.
Become an internationally respected environment
We want our research environment to become a national leader and a internationally respected research and education environment within the field of systems biology by:
- Establish new national and international partnerships
- Expand international publishing
- Organizing and attending scientific conferences
- Work actively within the environment with both joint applications for research funding and more specific applications
- Develop collaboration with customers by; enable commercialization and utilization of research results through an ongoing dialogue and link research initiatives to regional development