The Warwick Systems Biology Centre (WSB) represents an £11m investment by the University of Warwick to create an autonomous centre to capitalise on strengths in multidisciplinary research.
We combine experimental and mathematical approaches, focusing on linking models with the huge volume and diversity of contemporary cellular and molecular data; such as that coming from high-throughput, genome-wide and imaging technologies.
Our aim is to improve understanding of complex biological systems so that a broad range of biological and medical priorities, such as disease mechanisms, pharmaceutical drug discovery, drug target validation, and challenges in horticulture and agriculture, can be addressed.
The Systems Biology and Molecular Organisation and Assembly in Cells (MOAC) Doctoral Training Centres enable students to undertake research projects systems biology and in any area of the physical/life sciences interface.
Both centres offer a wide range of exciting MSc and PhD projects.