Education and training in systems biology is key to ensuring the effective adoption of systems biology approaches to tackle today’s academic, societal and industrial challenges. ISBE’s ambition is to train a new generation of systems biologists equipped with the cross-disciplinary skills that will be important for systems biology- but that also have applications in many areas of academia, government, industry, consultancy and non-governmental organisations.
The Education and Training module gives researchers access to educational material in the field of systems biology and makes them aware of courses, workshops and conferences.
If you would like to add your material to this platform, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Systems Biology Educational Portal was developed by ERASysAPP, the ERA-Net for Applied Systems Biology. The aim of the portal is to improve knowledge exchange between Systems Biology researchers and to motivate scientists to share their expertise. Furthermore, the intention is for the platform to become a central source for educational material on Systems Biology, for students and lecturers alike. The possibility for users to evaluate articles from this platform is a great step in this direction.
We would like to invite Systems Biology students, lecturers and researchers to contribute to the success of the platform by posting articles, presentations and lectures relevant to Systems Biology. Users are welcome to give their feedback on the published content, as the evaluation of the posts is an important key success factor for the Systems Biology Educational Portal.
ERASysAPP and ISBE have jointly developed a catalogue of ‘Graduate Study Programs’. This includes European Master’s and PhD programmes. The catalogue has filter options to simplify the search for an appropriate offer. Many of the featured programmes focus exclusively on systems biology; whereas, others feature systems biology as just one specialism within an interdisciplinary curriculum. Organisers of relevant study programmes are invited to contribute to this overview by submitting programmes which have not yet been listed.