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Author: Andrzej Kierzek

Andrzej Kierzek graduated with an undergraduate degree in molecular biology from the University of Warsaw and received a PhD in biophysics from Polish Academy of Sciences in 1999. Since 2004, he has been working at University of Surrey, UK and became Professor of Systems Biology in 2011. In April 2016, he moved to Certara QSP as Head of Systems Modeling. He is still a visiting Professor of Systems Biology at Surrey. Andrzej has more than 20 years of experience in computational biology. He has been working in computational systems biology for over 15 years. He published models and software for analysis of molecular network dynamics and constraint-based modeling of genome scale metabolic networks, including metabolic reprogramming in cancer. Currently, his research focus is on immune-oncology and immunogenicity.

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Mechanistic Modeling of Genome Scale Molecular Interaction Networks

Mechanistic Modeling of Genome Scale Molecular Interaction Networks

Upon the completion of the Human Genome Project, the lead investigator, Dr. Francis Collins remarked: Science is a voyage of exploration into the unknown. We are here today to celebrate a milestone along a truly unprecedented voyage, this one into ourselves. Alexander Pope wrote, “Know then thyself. Presume not God to scan. The proper study […]

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