[BiO BB] 2006 Summer School: Biophysics of Biological Circuits, Madrid

Andreu Alibés aalibes at cnio.es
Wed Apr 26 06:28:38 EDT 2006

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Subject: 	2006 Summer School: Biophysics of Biological Circuits, Madrid
Date: 	Wed, 26 Apr 2006 12:25:53 +0200
From: 	Poyatos.Juan_Fernando <jpoyatos at cnio.es>


Dear all,
we are organising a summer school focused on the new recently developed 
quantitative/biophysical approaches to understand the organization and 
function of biological networks (see below for a
more detail information). I thought that some people here could be 
- juan
Ps, please feel free to distribute this information to those you might 
consider to be interested,

From: Juan F. Poyatos <jpoyatos at cnio.es>
Subject: 2006 Summer School: Biophysics of Biological Circuits, Madrid

2006 summer school

19-22 September 2006, Residencia La Cristalera,
Miraflores de la Sierra (Madrid, Spain)
Registration dead-line: June 30th
Further information:
Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales "Nicolas Cabrera"


The school is planed for participants coming from different disciplines but
with strong interest in Biophysics. Our goal is to introduce them to some
relevant biological problems for which a physical approach, conceptual as
well as experimental, has firmly contributed to their understanding. To this
end, we have divided the School in three sections sharing a common
framework:  the view of biological networks as modular assemblies where the
properties of individual elements as well as the behavior of the modules can
be studied with present day experimental techniques.

The topics included in this course are divided according to the following

Biophysics of genetic networks: Design principles of genetic circuits, noise
in gene expression, regulation and control of genetic networks.
Biophysics of neuronal circuits: Dynamics of neural networks, olfactory
processing, problems in visual attention.
Biophysics of individual molecules: Biophysics of molecular motors,
biomechanics, behavior of single molecules in living cells.
Juan F. Poyatos
Structural and Computational Biology Programme
Spanish National Cancer Centre (CNIO)
Melchor Fernandez Almagro, 3/E-28029 Madrid SPAIN
Phone:+34 917 328 009/Fax: +34 912 246 976


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