systems biology

Posted by Cort Johnson

Stating that there’s been a ‘major revolution in science… brought about by technological advances that have allowed us to look at data generated in the lab in a different way” Dr. Basil Aldadah kicked off the Systems Biology session. These studies tend to use sophisticated analytical techniques to look at very large amounts of data. They are expensive, resource intensive studies that some people think provide the best opportunity to understand complex disorders like chronic fatigue syndrome. Others wonder, ultimately, how accurate they are.

Gordon Broderick (Minute 204)Regulatory Imbalance in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Network Approach

There are ups and downs in every conference and Broderick’s presentation, which generated quite a bit of discussion throughout the conference, was definitely one of the ‘ups’.Read More

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