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Multiscale Cell Based Modelling of Tissues

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This talk is part of the 2013 Computational Biology Workshop.

When investigating the development and function of tissues it is not enough to only consider the behaviour of individual cells in isolation. How cells interact, both biochemically and mechanically, influences the resulting tissues form and function. In this talk we present a multiscale modelling framework for simulating the development and function of tissues. Utilising the natural structural unit of the cell, The framework consists of three main scales: the tissue level (macro-scale); the cell level (meso-scale); and the sub-cellular level (micro-scale), with multiple interactions occurring between all scales. To illustrate the framework we will present a selection of example applications drawn from the areas of Development, Cancer and Tissue Engineering

This talk is part of the Sainsbury Laboratory Seminars series.

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