Systems biology is the study of systems of biological components, which may be molecules, cells, organisms, or entire species. Living systems are complex and dynamic. Consequently, their behaviors are difficult to predict by investigating only individual parts in isolation. Computational Systems Biology Research Group (COSBY) was officially formed in 2011 to use computational techniques to study behaviors of groups of interacting components and build models to describe and predict their dynamic behaviors . It is currently led by 2 faculty members from the School of Computer Science and Engineering in NTU. Specifically, the common research goal of COSBY members is to investigate important biological and medical problems at systems-level by investigating them through the lens of computer science.

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Sept 2016: Two of our demo papers are accepted in IEEE ICDM 2016.