Systems biology is an interdisciplinary field of science at the interface of mathematics and biology. MaCSBio forms the central hub of a network connecting researchers in systems biology coming from a range of disciplines such as medicine, biomedical sciences, neurosciences, mathematics, bioinformatics, computer sciences or engineering. The institute is dedicated to sharing its expertise and tools. That's why MaCSBio is actively organizing events and initiatives to involve the wider systems biology community.
MaCSBio Science Day
During this yearly event you are welcome to attend and participate in the scientific discussions in an informal setting. MaCSBio and their partners present state-of-the-art research and provide a stage for young researchers.
Maastricht Systems Biology Forum
The Forum brings together researchers interested in the application of modelling and computational approaches to cardiovascular physiology, metabolism, and neurosciences. The aim is to foster contact and collaboration between computational, experimental, and clinical researchers active in these application areas.
With the lecture Series MaCSBio strives to bring renowned national and international researchers in the field of Systems Biology, Systems Medicine, and Systems Neurosciences to Maastricht University.
These are informal groups of researchers using a similar methodology or working on a similar topic that interact regularly to exchange information, critically follow new developments, and come up with innovative solutions to problems.