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Medicine in the 4th Dimension


5th July 2016 - University of Warwick

Warwick-Wellcome Quantitative Biomedicine

The 2nd Warwick Quantitative Biomedicine Programme Symposium brought together leading scientists and clinicians to discuss systems biology approaches to medically relevant dynamic processes.

The purpose of this multidisciplinary symposium was to bring together medical scientists, biologists, chemists, physicists, engineers, mathematicians and statisticians to address the issue of timing in Systems Medicine. The symposium took place in the Medical Teaching Centre of the Gibbet Hill Campus of the University of Warwick, Coventry, UK, on 5th July 2016.

Of note, we will also hosted the UK Clock Club on Monday, 4th July 2016. This bi-yearly meeting typically gathers more than 100 chronobiologists from across the UK and abroad.


Rudi Balling

Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine


Helen Blau

Standford School of Medicine


Stuart Farrow

CRT Discovery Laboratories


Albert Goldbeter

University of Brussels


Walter Kolch

University College Dublin


Martha Merrow

LMU, Munich


David Spiegel

Stanford School of Medicine


Hiroki Ueda

Riken, Japan


Mike White

University of Manchester


David Whitmore

University College London


Yosef Yarden

Weizmann Institute

The symposium took place at the Medical Teaching Centre, located on the Gibbet Hill campus of the University of Warwick..

Registration is now closed

Organiser: The Warwick Chronotherapy Group

Annabelle Ballesta | Robert Dallmann | Bärbel Finckelstädt | Pasquale Innominato | Francis A. Lévi | David A. Rand

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