Berlin Summer Meeting


The Berlin Summer Meeting is an annual 2-3 days meeting at the interface of experimental molecular biology and computational approaches.

It is designed to create an intense and open atmosphere, aiminig at stimulating productive interactions between various branches of biology and bringing together leading scientists and young researchers.

The inaugural meeting in 2008 will be devoted to Systems Biology. Systems Biology is a disperse and newly emerging research area. This meeting will focus on approaches that seem especially promising to elucidate biological function.

The organizing committee for 2008 consists of

Prof. Nikolaus Rajewsky (MDC -Berlin)

Prof. Hermann-Georg Holzhütter (University Medicine Berlin, Charité)

Prof. Dimitris Thanos (Biomedical Research Foundation, Academy of Athens, Greece)


Refer to the the Berlin Summer Meeting web page for further information.