Theoretical Biology and Bioinformatics

Biological systems are complex systems composed of many spatially distributed building blocks. Understanding the evolution, dynamics and emergent behavior of complex biological systems requires a systems biology approach, involving quantitative biology, mathematical modelling, computer simulation and bioinformatics.


Rob J. de Boer
Berend Snel


Robin Ohm
31 July 2019
Robin Ohm received a VIDI grant in 2019 to find out how mushrooms defend themselves against pathogens.
28 May 2019
The protein complex that enables cells with a nucleus to divide, is a mosaic of over 40 primal proteins. It explains the success of all cells with a nucleus.
14 January 2019
Inaugural lecture Prof. Kirsten ten Tusscher




Vlag Universiteit Utrecht
25 September 2019 10:30 - 11:30
PhD defence of Jasmijn Baaijens
6th UBC Symposium
7 October 2019 09:30 - 17:30
The yearly symposium on Bioinformatics is open for all interested scientists who do research by analysing big data sets.