The Corona pandemic and systems biology
A Systems Biology model of the pandemic reveils diversity and failures in government policies with dire implications for the lives of millions. Press, parliament, nor public follow or anticipate these policies critically. A new systems biology model should enable them to do so and shows how and why policies fail and suggests improvements.
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Crowning Corona policies: Understanding and modelling COVID-19 epidemics
A crash course for learning to use models to better understand and assess COVID-19 policies around the world
30 November - 9 December 2020 (online)
Under the auspices of the research infrastructure for systems biology and bioinformatics ISBE.NL and ELIXIR.Luxembourg
Aim: After this course, participants will be able to model the Corona epidemics themselves and assess governmental and other policies critically
For further details: elixir-luxembourg.org/events/2020_11_30_COVID19_modelling_training
Entry level: any; we will cater for bridging gaps
Symposium Trumping the Trumps on how Systems Biology's rationality may help solve complex societal issues
17 January 2020, Amsterdam. For programme and information click here.