Financial support for research
The work of the transnational Department of
Systems Biology (Amsterdam: Molecular Cell Physiology-Manchester: AstraZeneca
Chair Systems Biology) has been and is supported by:
- The University of Manchester, Faculty of
Engineering and Physical Sciences, School of Chemical Engineering and
- The VU University Amsterdam, Faculty of
Earth and Life Sciences
- The Biological and Biotechnological
Research Council (BBSRC), and the Netherlands Organization for Scientific
Research (NWO) through SysMO (http://www.sysmo.net/)
in particular vis-à-vis the research programs MOSES, Sulfosys, SysMoLAB, PSysMo
and SysMo-DB (through Jacky Snoep)
- NWO through its program Computational Life
- The Netherlands Institute for Systems
Biology, Amsterdam (http://www.sysbio.nl/ )
- The framework 6 program of the European
Union, in particular through the Network of Excellence BioSim (http://biosim.fysik.dtu.dk:8080/biosim/
), the Integrated Project EC-MOAN (http://www.ec-moan.org/
), the Collaboration Action YSBN (http://www.ysbn.eu/
), and the Marie Curie Training Network NucSys (http://www.uku.fi/nucsys/ ).
- The framework 7 program of the European
Union, in particular through UNICELLSYS (http://www.unicellsys.eu/
) and through a reintegration grant to Alexeij Kolodkin.
- AstraZeneca in particular with respect to
the AstraZeneca Research Chair in Manchester.
- The Engineering and Physical Sciences
Research Council (EPSRC), the BBSRC, and AstraZeneca through their support of
the Manchester Doctoral Training Centre DTC-ISBML (EPSRC/BBSRCEP/D508053/1).
- The BBSRC and EPSRC through their support
of the Manchester Centre for Integrative Systems Biology BBSRCBB/C008219/1).
- The BBSRC through grants BBSRC EPS/176/06,
BBSRC BB/EE005985/1, BBSRC BB/E003729/1
- The Netherlands Genomics Initiative through
) and through the Kluyver Centre (http://www.kluyvercentre.nl/
- The European Science Foundation through its
research networking programme FuncDyn (http://funcdyn.org/
- The Federation of European Biochemical
Sciences (FEBS) by supporting the biennial Advanced Lecture Course on Systems
Biology ( http://www.febssysbio.net/