Special Issue "Systems Biology and Omics Approaches for Complex Human Disease"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 October 2022 | Viewed by 1606
2. Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore, Kent Rridge, Singapore
Interests: immune and cancer network modelling; self-organization; synthetic and systems biology; mathematical theories; data analytics; omics; non-linear dynamics
Interests: systems biology; bioinformatics; gene and protein networks; statistical mechanics; biostatistics; bio-complexity; chemo-informatics
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Living systems are highly complex and display self-organizing and emergent behaviors in their interactions with their environment. These behaviors often do not follow intuition or simple additive rules, ruling out any deterministic if-then chains. Systems biology, building up omics technologies, looks at developing a holistic view of biological systems, allowing to single out the organizing principles of biological regulation. This effort, thus, asks for an integration of different disciplines such as mathematics, computer science, physics, statistics, chemistry, and biology.
In this Special Issue, we host the latest cutting-edge and innovative research adopting integrative approaches that investigate complex human diseases from an interdisciplinary perspective.
We cordially invite scientists who feel uncomfortable with pure pattern recognition or gene list approaches and look for a renewed science integration to submit their original research (full articles or short reports), opinions, and review papers for publication in this Special Issue.
Dr. Kumar Selvarajoo
Prof. Dr. Alessandro Giuliani
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- theories for disease modeling
- computational modeling of biological networks
- data-analytics of genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics
- machine learning in complex diseases
- evolutionary methods for disease origins
- quantitative and integrative methods for disease analysis
- software tools for disease interpretation