Dept. of Systems Biology and Bioinformatics is a part of the University of Rostock, Germany Universität Rostock


Workshop on the Systems Biology Graphical Notation (SBGN)
We are organising a workshop and hackathon for scientists interested in standardising the visualisation of their biological networks.
School project: Using deep learning algorithms to control an autonomous vehicle
Frank Holzhausen from the John-Brinckman-Gymnasium in Güstrow developed a self-driving car together with researchers from our group.
New project aiming at the risk of relapse from melanoma patients
A joint research team of the Dept. of Systems Biology and Bioinformatics (University Rostock) and Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg will investigate the possibilty of skin cancer (melanoma) relapse from patients...
SBI received poster prize
Markus Wolfien, PhD student at the Dept. for Systems Biology and Bioinformatics,  awarded the “Posterpreis Junge Wissenschaft 2016“ at the congress „Medizin 4.0 – Zur Zukunft der Medizin in der digitalisierten Welt“ in...
Summer School on The Integration of Data and Models in Medicine (IDaMo)
The summer school takes place from 17th - 20th May 2016 in Rostock Warnemünde (Hotel Neptun).The School brings together PhD students, postdocs and senior scientists, coming from medicine, biostatistics, bioinformatics, medical...
Workshop on Reproducible and Citable Data and Models
We are co-organising a workshop on Citeable data and Reproducible models, DCite, in September this year in Rostock-Warnem
The Systems Medicine Web Hub is online! is the Internet Hub for information related to Systems Medicine, integrating a range of social media channels to support scientists, projects and initiatives with the communication of their efforts....
Sonja Strunz successfully completed her PhD
Sonja Strunz successfully defended her dissertation on 'Transcriptional Responses to Radiation Exposure Facilitate the Discovery of Biomarkers Functioning as Radiation Biodosimeters'. Congratulations!
Yvonne Schmitz successfully completed her PhD
Yvonne Schmitz successfully defended her dissertation on 'Compartmental Modelling of the Wnt pathway'. Congratulations!
27,000 chapter downloads in 2013
Chapters of our book on 'MicroRNA Cancer Regulation' have been downloaded more than 27k times and 150 times cited one year after its publication.