Systems Biology Group

Auckland Bioengineering Institute


Systems Biology is the study of an organism's physiology as an integrated network of genes, proteins and other molecules linked by the biochemical reactions taking place within, and between, cells. 

Rather than studying individual genes or proteins, Systems Biologists work with experimentalists to mathematically model the function of the biochemical pathways in which these molecules interact. 

The Systems Biology group at ABI is developing models and tools for the analysis of biological pathways and networks and applying these techniques to a variety of problems in human physiology and disease, including gene networks underlying skin and breast cancer, and the systems biology of heart disease.

*** We're moving! ***

From February 2013 we will be based at the University of Melbourne, Australia

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Contact: Edmund J. Crampin

Auckland Bioengineering Institute

The University of Auckland

New Zealand


Phone: (+64) 9 373 7599 ext. 88168
Fax: (+64) 9 367 7157

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