• SSBTR is 80G Certified Society
  • SSTR members published a policy paper on Translational Research
  • SSBTR received 12A Certificate
  • SSBTR Members published a Policy Paper on Systems Medicine Education for Developing Countries
  • Congratulation SSBTR Members for publishing a Policy Paper on Systems Medicine
  • Congratulation Mr. Dhar & Dr. Majumder for publishing research report on leukemia treatment
  • Here, in this section we will be intermittently displaying the achievements of our hon'ble members so stay tuned and keep watching this space.

Society for Systems Biology & Translational Research

( Regn. No. S/2L/No. 10387 of 2013-14 of West Bengal Act XXVI of 1961 )
( 12A Certificate Memo No. CIT(E)/10E/745/2017-18/18-19/S-0042/0344-46 )
( 80G Order No. ITBA/EXM/S/80G/2018-19/1014606278(1) dated 27/12/2018 )
Suggested Readings
Welcome to overwhelming domain of Systems Biology and it's Translation. Here you will find some useful references & links collected and curated by our members to help you in an understanding of the importance of the subject, activities across the globe, and the dynamic & ever changing facets of Systems Biology and its Translation towards society. This page may help the upcoming generations to get more interested in the area of Systems Biology, transcendent themselves from their own academic background and culture to move towards the quantitative investigation of biological system across the scales and ultimately it's implication.
Note: Links will open in a new browser window.
  • Experiments and Quasi-Experiments

    An experiment is a study in which the researcher manipulates the level of some independent variable and then measures the outcome. Experiments are powerful techniques for evaluating cause-and-effect relationships. Many researchers consider experiments the "gold standard" against which all other research designs should be judged. Experiments are conducted both in the laboratory and in real life situations.

    Further reading : Friday Jan 31, 2020 SSBTR Think Tank

    Last Updated On : Friday, 31st January, 2020 1:39 PM
  • Journals of Systems Biology

    To see the list of journals in the area of Systems Biology See our blog "Journals in Systems Biology" Saturday, 3rd Oct 2015

    Last Updated On : Friday, 08th December, 2017 6:46 PM
  • Strategy on Education in Systems Biology

    Systems Biology is an area that needs a multi-/interdisciplinary framework, and hence needs a different curriculum.

    • Experts from Europe are now thinking on it. Please see our blog on Thursday, 26 May 2016 for details.
    • Comments from Indian experts are also important, as India not only holds the central position in South Asian countries but also it holds the wide variations of cultural and ethnic diversity. For details please see our Research Section.
    Last Updated On : Thursday, 02nd June, 2016 5:28 AM
  • Integrative Physiology/Bioengineering

    An early comprehensive review shows a logical merging of the separated disciplines - Life Sciences, Biotechnology, Bioengineering, Physiology and Medicine by Ideker T, Winslow R, Lauffenburger AD (2006) Bioengineering and Systems Biology, Annals of Biomedical Engineering, DOI: 10.1007/s10439-005-9047-7

    Last Updated On : Saturday, 21st May, 2016 3:33 AM
  • Prospects & Careers in Systems Biology

    The job opportunities aren't necessarily tied to a specific geographic location, either. Collaborators can work remotely on a common project. Wet-lab data generated at one site might be analyzed by group members cyber-networking from a distance. "It's more about getting the right people together to address the problem, no matter where they are," says Hlatky. Systems biologists just need "the ability to see the big picture and to have an open mind. Anyone can get into this game."

    Career: Actually, all researchers need to get into the game, according to Jens Nielsen, professor of systems biology at Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden. "The tools, techniques, and approaches of systems biology are becoming standard in research and industry," he says. "To get a life science job in 10 or 20 years, you will simply be expected to have competency in it.”

    Last Updated On : Friday, 19th June, 2015 10:57 PM
  • Information on Systems Biology Research Groups

    A list of research groups engaged in Systems Biology research.

    Last Updated On : Friday, 19th June, 2015 10:52 PM
  • Dynamic Systems Biology Modeling and Simulation

    DiStefano III Joseph. (2014) Academic Press (Elsevier), London, San Diego.

    Last Updated On : Friday, 19th June, 2015 10:51 PM
  • The road from systems biology to systems medicine

    Wolkenhauer O, Auffray C, Jaster R, Steinhoff G & Dammann O. (2013), Pediatric Research, 73:502-507.

    Last Updated On : Friday, 19th June, 2015 10:49 PM
  • Multi-scale Modeling Approaches in Systems Biology Towards The Assessment of Cancer Treatment Dynamics: Adoption of Middle-out Rationalist Approach

    Majumder D, Mukherjee A. (2013), Advances in Cancer: Research & Treatment, 2013, Article ID 587889, DOI: 10.5171/2013/587889.

    Last Updated On : Friday, 19th June, 2015 10:47 PM
  • A passage through systems biology to systems medicine: adoption of middle-out rational approaches towards the understanding of clinical outcome in cancer therapy

    Majumder D, Mukherjee A. (2011), Analyst, 136: 663-678, DOI: 10.1039/c0an00746c

    Last Updated On : Friday, 19th June, 2015 10:43 PM
  • Medicine can meet with engineering: Informatics at the cross-road

    Majumder D. (2009), Technorama 58: 7-20.

    Can medicine meet with engineering ,ie, could medicine be explained or modified with the engineering principles?

    Last Updated On : Friday, 19th June, 2015 10:38 PM
  • What makes biology unique? Considerations on the autonomy of a scientific discipline

    Mayr E (2004). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Singapore.
    "Apart from the insistence that biology is not reducible to chemistry and physics, ...the book covers many useful themes. Twelve chapters span topics such as evolutionary theory, ..., the origin of humans and astrobiology. The main strength of the book is that each topic is discussed clearly, and is often broken down into simpler ideas to allow components to be evaluated or tested separately. A particularly strong feature is Mayr’s destruction of orthogenesis, the ‘Onward and Upward’ model of evolution that still dominates much current thinking (especially from molecular biologists untrained in evolution). Orthogenesis implies an almost inevitable advance to a higher state: prokaryotes to eukaryotes, unicellular to multicellular organisms, primates to humans" by D Penny in Biology and 'physics envy' 2005 | EMBO Reports | 6 |

    Last Updated On : Friday, 19th June, 2015 6:47 AM
  • Cybernetics of Living Matter: Nature, Man, Information

    In this book [IM Makarov (Editor), (1987) MIR Publishers, Moscow] contributors discuss the achievements in biology from the viewpoint of cybernetics, describe multiple functions that constitute living matter, the basis of brain reliability, the psychics modeling limits, and the mathematical methods in psychology. Also they examine the problems relating to life and age, death and immortality, and the experimental ways of making life longer.

    Brief Contents :
    I. Biology & Information : a. Biology Today, b. Cybernetics standpoint
    II. The Complexity of Living Systems : a. Integrity of Life, b. Brain and Intelligence
    III. Difficulties on the Road to Truth : a. Scientific Methods in Cognition, b. New Horizon

    Last Updated On : Friday, 19th June, 2015 6:14 AM
  • Information on Translational Research

    With its focus on multi-disciplinary collaboration, translational research has the potential to advance applied science. This has been attempted particularly in medicine with translational medicine, research that aims to move “from bench to bedside” or from laboratory experiments through clinical trials to point-of-care patient applications.

    Last Updated On : Friday, 19th June, 2015 4:44 AM
  • Information on Systems Biology

    Systems biology is the computational and mathematical modeling of complex biological systems. It is an emerging engineering approach applied to biomedical research. Systems Biology is a biology-based inter-disciplinary field of study that focuses on complex interactions within biological systems, using a holistic approach to biomedical research.

    Last Updated On : Friday, 19th June, 2015 4:43 AM
  • Information on Cybernetics

    Cybernetics is a transdisciplinary approach for exploring regulatory systems, their structures, constraints, and possibilities. Cybernetics is relevant to the study of systems, such as mechanical, physical, biological, cognitive, and social systems. Cybernetics is applicable when a system being analyzed incorporates a closed signaling loop; that is, where action by the system generates some change in its environment and that change is reflected in that system in some manner (feedback) that triggers a system change...

    Last Updated On : Friday, 19th June, 2015 4:41 AM
  • Information on Biological System

    A biological system is a complex network of biologically relevant entities. As biological organization spans several scales, examples of biological systems are populations of organisms, or on the organ- and tissue scale in mammals...

     

    Last Updated On : Friday, 19th June, 2015 3:03 AM
  • « News Update »
    • All members are requested to attend all the meetings for discussion of the society proceedings. Please keep watching this page for notification.
    • In this section we will be displaying all our upcoming news and event updates from our society intermittently so stay tuned and keep watching this space.

    Donate / Subscribe to SSBTR
    To Help us to research, educate, disseminate scientific knowledge towards service.
    Our blog represents community based thinking on Systems Biology and Translational Research.
    View Our Blog | Write in our Blog
    Tender Notification
    Showcase Your Products & Services with SSBTR
    Thanks for showing your interest. Our blog represents community based thinking on Systems Biology and Translational Resaerch. We constantly encourage new thoughts and that is the sole reason that we have created this process for the community.
  • Send a Mail to web.ssbtr.mail2blog@blogger.com
  • The subject of your email should be the title of your post
  • The body of your mail should be your post in whatever formatting you prefer. But we will advise to keep it simple and plain for maximum readbility/
  • You should mention the following details at the bottom of your post as depicted below:
    Your Firstname Lastname
    Your Qualification
    Your Current Designation | Your Current Organization
    Your Email Id | Your Mobile No
    Link of your online profile
    
  • You can also attach 1 picture if you want but it should be in jpg format not exceeding more then 500kb.
  • Please note that all submitted posts will be published only if found suitable after a proper review by our web committee. The committee's discrestion in this matter is to be considered as final and non argumentive in all respect.