Educational Materials

Systems Biology: Constraint-based Reconstruction and Analysis
Bernhard Palsson
Cambridge University Press, 2015
Lecture Videos

Systems Biology: Simulation of Dynamic Network States
Bernhard Palsson
Cambridge University Press, 2011
Associated Lecture Slides
Associated Mathematica Notebooks
Associated Matlab Notebooks

Systems Biology: Properties of Reconstructed Networks
Bernhard Palsson Cambridge University Press, 2006

Revisions

Homework Set

 

Tissue Engineering
Bernhard Palsson and Sangeeta Bhatia
Prentice Hall, 2004
Human Cell Culture, Volumes I-V
M.R. Koller, Bernhard Palsson, and J.W. Masters
Kluwer, 2000

Publicly Accessible Lectures

Systems Biology in the Analysis and Engineering of Mammalian Cells for Therapeutic Development (2017)

Guest Lecture by Nathan Lewis in BENG 212. Video link

Calculation of proteome allocation is enabled by genome-scale models (2016)

Bernhard Palsson delivers a talk at the qBio 2016 Ed Lightfoot Symposium at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Video link

Constraint-based models predict metabolic and associated cellular functions (2015)

Guest Lecture by Aarash Bordbar in BENG 212. Video link

Predictive Biology Through Genome-scale Models (2014)

Bernhard Palsson delivers a keynote at the New York University Abu Dhabi Systems Biology Symposium. Video Link

Systems Biology of Metabolism (2011)

Bernhard Palsson delivers a lecture as part of the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering & Computer Science at the University of Texas at Dallas. UT Dallas Lecture Series Web Page

Presentation on BiGG (2008)

Jun Young Park presents presents his improvements on the BiGG database as part of the summer CalIT2 undergraduate internship. http://www.scivee.tv/node/7753

2000 Hougen Visiting Professorship Lectures

Given at the University of Wisconsin, Madison

October through December, 2000

by Bernhard O. Palsson

Miscellaneous Lectures

Bioengineering 203 (Spring 2004)

Taiwan Short Course (Fall 2003)

Convex Analysis and Optimization (Summer 2003) - Short course by Dr. Harvey Greenberg

 

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