First FEBS Advanced Course on

Systems Biology: From Molecules & Modeling To Cells

March 12- 18, 2005,  Gosau, Austria, EU


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As judged from the evaluation forms, let alone the little time that people spent in their beds or on the slopes, the course has been a great success.  We shall shortly report in more detail.  The stepping stone for Integrative Systems Biology has been set, thanks to some 200 participants and sponsors.


For the subwebsite that is only for course participants, click here


For the European Systems Biology Laboratories and the European Systems Biology Organization, please click.

News on Tools Poster session (from Marta Cascante); also good as example for other posters sessions

Travel information, bus schedule, Frequently Asked Questions, Initial program and initial information, Flyer (pdf)

Final program as of March 9.

A book defining Systems Biology

Participants’ tasks list (March 1) (same as pdf)

Coursebook without abstracts and program (as pdf)

About posters and powerposters (PoP’s) (as pdf)

Frequently asked questions

Teachers’ site

Bring your laptop to the meeting!!!!

A book defining Systems Biology

Registration closed as of December 27, 2004.  For urgent matters contact

The Course is gracefully supported by:

Scientist Organizations: FEBS

Systems Biology Research Centres: BioCentrum Amsterdam, Deutsche Krebs Forschungs Zentrum, EMBL, Institute for Systems Biology

Governmental organizations: BMBF [Bundesministerium für Bildung un Forschung [DE]],ESF, EU-EUSYSBIO, NWO-ALW [NL], 

Industry:  AstraZeneca, NovoNordisk, DSM, Purac, Teranode, Merck A.G., Unilever

Journals: FEBS Journal (previously Eur J Biochem)     

Travel grants for junior scientists are contributed by FEBS, SYSMO, and BioCentrum Amsterdam.  (SYSMO is a transnational program for the SYStems Biology of MicroOrganisms, of The German BMBF, the Dutch NWO-ALW, and the Austrian bm:bmk.  Additional countries are invited to join soon.)


This is one of the websites of the European-based International Systems Biology: ESBIGH/EUSYSBIO, the European Systems Biology Initiative;   For more news click here