News 2018-05-21T15:47:43+00:00

News: WC modeling announcements

3006, 2018

New version of launched!

June 30th, 2018|

We are pleased to launch a new, improved version of The new version includes an introduction to the goals and motivations for whole-cell modeling, an overview of how researchers are approaching whole-cell modeling, links to whole-cell models and whole-cell modeling tools, and links to meetings, articles, and lectures about whole-cell modeling.

2103, 2018

NIH funds new center for systematic, scalable modeling

March 21st, 2018|

The NIBIB has funded the new Center for Reproducible Biomedical Modeling to develop new methods and software tools for systematically and scalable building biomodels, including whole-cell models. The center is a joint effort among Herbert Sauro and John Gennari at the University of Washington; Jonathan Karr and Arthur Goldberg at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; Ion Moraru, James Schaff, and Michael Blinov at the University of Connecticut; and David Nickerson at the University of Auckland.

602, 2018

SysMod 2018 keynote speakers announced

February 6th, 2018|

SysMod announced a fantastic group of keynote speakers for this years meeting: Andrew Levchenko (Yale), Peter Sorger (Harvard), and John Tyson (Virginia Tech). See the meeting website for more information .

911, 2017

Karr Lab published a blueprint for human WC modeling

November 9th, 2017|

The Karr Lab published a three-phase blueprint for achieving human WC models. The blueprint was based on their experience developing bacteria models, as well as a community survey of the bottlenecks to more predictive models. See the perspective for more information .