The Mission of the Quantitative Systems Biology Center is to become a point of convergence for investigators interested in, or practicing systems biology approaches on Vanderbilt Campus. These approaches are essential when considering living organisms or single cells as complex biological systems. In such context, it is useful to adopt elements and tools from many theoretical frameworks, such as dynamical systems theory, control theory, or statistical mechanics.


Current Events

Coming Events

QSBC-Mathematics Bi-Weekly 3/15/19

Featured Speaker: Professor Tsuyoshi Kato
Department of Mathematics
Kyoto University, Japan 

Spectral Coincidence between Lamplighter and BBS Automata

Unless otherwise noted, Bi-Weekly meetings are now at 3PM in Rm 101 Garland Hall. See the full schedule.

Recent Events

QSBC-Mathematics Bi-Weekly 3/01/19

Featured Speaker: Lisa Bastarache
Application/Lead Data Scientist
Department of Biomedical Informatics
Vanderbilt University 

How Much More Could We Explain with Genetics?: Medical Data Mining and the Undiagnosed Patient

NOTE NEW TIME AND LOCATION FOR QSBC-Mathematics Bi-Weekly for Spring 2019!

Friday at 3PM 101 Garland Hall

Current Activities

An Interview with Alissa Weaver

Guest Speaker Brian Munsky

Pauedel et. al.
Paudel et. al. in Biophysical journal