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The Course

Part III Systems Biology really gives you a great insight into the current state of the field, putting you ahead in the quest for understanding how biological components come together to form life. Peter Ackermann, Part III Systems Biology Student

Systems Biology is an integrated approach to the study of biology through experiment and the use of computer models with both predictive and explanatory power. It is interdisciplinary, requiring the participation of biological, physical, mathematical, engineering and computational sciences.

The Part III Systems Biology Course take approx. 24 students per year. The students who take this course will have completed Part II courses in a variety subjects within biological and physical sciences and mathematics.

applications to this course are usually made in the April of each academic year (for more information  - see Entrance Requirements)

 

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