4th Leibniz MMS Days
March 20 - March 22, 2019
Sessions on Systems biology and genetics
This sessions focus on mathematical, statistical, and biophysical models for solving biological and medical problems. Often, large data sets of e.g.,
gene expression, genomic variants, or time series are analyzed. Models have to reflect and accommodate uncertainties typical for biological systems, and
often draw upon dynamical systems theory, stochastics and probability, as well as control theory. Applications may span scales ranging from GWAS studies
in medicine and agriculture, over population models, data and image analysis in cell biology and medicine, to single-cell studies.