28 November 2014
DanStem Seminar by Dagmar Iber
Dr Dagmar Iber, Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering, ETH Zurich. Title: From Networks to Function Computational Models of Organogenesis
Dr Dagmar Iber, Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering, ETH Zurich.
Dagmar Iber’s research involves the development of quantitative, predictive models for cellular signaling networks. Close collaborations with experimental laboratories permit a cycle of model testing and improving. The ultimate goal of her research is a comprehensive understanding of the dynamics and evolution of complex cellular signaling networks. Current research topics concern the mechanisms that enable efficient signal processing in complex cellular signaling pathways, the evolution and design principles of biological signaling networks, as well as the role and impact of stochastic effects. Her current research focuses in particular on signaling pathways that determine cell fate during development.
Title: From Networks to Function Computational Models of Organogenesis
Time: 5 December 2014, 12:00
Place: CPR Seminar room Panum Building 6, 2nd floor
Organizer: Prof. Anne Grapin-Botton, DanStem