Assist. Prof. Dr. Tadeja Režen
University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine
Monday 23rd November 2020 15.45 CET
From Experimental to Computational Models
The onset of omics tools initiated acquisition of large sets of experimental data. Different omics technologies enabled researchers to gain insight into complex cellular process ranging from cell to animal models, including humans. Measurements of thousands of genes, proteins and metabolites reveled the complexity of biological processes and exposed a need for new approaches in research. Therefore, the enhancement of experimental techniques has led to the development of systems approaches for their comprehensive analysis. New fields of research have emerged, which combine biological and medical data with mathematical tools to get a systems perspective on the observed biological processes. Herein we will present how different experimental and mathematical approaches advanced our understanding in the field of liver metabolic diseases.
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Cvitanović T, Reichert MC, Moškon M, Mraz M, Lammert F, Rozman D. Large-scale computational models of liver metabolism: How far from the clinics? Hepatology. 2017 Oct;66(4):1323-1334. doi: 10.1002/hep.29268. PMID: 28520105.
Biography: Tadeja Režen is an assistant professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and the head of the research group Functional Genomics and Systems Medicine at the Centre for Functional Genomics and Bio-Chips. Her main research interest is in the liver metabolic disease and liver cancer, specifically in understanding the mechanism of progression and biomarker discovery using omics tools and systems biology approaches.