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Cambridge Networks Network


18-19th July 2-6pm Paris time, online.

Abstract deadline: 15th June, Registration cost: 20$ for the satellite. The best abstract will be awarded a full NetSci2022 registration.


Leveraging the long-running tradition of two highly successful satellites, NetMed and NetSciReg, in 2020 we introduced NetBioMed as an integrated satellite dedicated to the importance of Network Science in Biology and Medicine. In 2022, NetBioMed will focus on opportunities to decipher phenotypes at an unprecedented level of detail, including at the resolution of single cells and/or for multiple layers of Omics data. Some of the key topics we are targeting include, but are not limited to, methods to consider cellular or phenotypic heterogeneity in network models, methods to consider the spatial context of cellular interactions, the study of phenotypic trajectories using networks, and the relationship between pluripotency, variability, and heterogeneity.

The meeting will be targeted to network scientists whose research focuses on biomedical applications as well as biomedical scientists who are interested in learning about how network approaches can be used to study biological or disease systems at the molecular, cellular, or population level.



Vera Pancaldi
INSERM Centre de Recherches en Cancérologie de Toulouse (CRCT), France and Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Spain
Kimberly Glass
Channing Division of Network Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, USA
Andrew E Teschendorff
Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, China
Luonan Chen
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China


For more information, and to register, please see: