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Seminar: Beyond Genetics: Awakening New Treatments with Systems Biology - Melbourne

Victorian Systems Biology Symposium

Beyond genetics:  awakening new treatments with systems biology
Systems and Synthetic Biology of Biological Timings 

VENUE: AMREP lecture theatre, 75 Commercial Rd, Prahran

The next step in personalised medicine will come from focussing on our body clocks according to Hiroki Ueda, a rising star in systems biology from RIKEN and the University of Tokyo.

Hiroki Ueda is using the mammalian circadian clock as a self-contained model for the study of a biological system. In addition to its advantages as a research model, he says our body clock is intimately associated with metabolic and hormonal cycles, including sleep disorders.

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