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Join us for the 8th Metabolic Pathway Analysis

The fundamental study of biology has undergone a significant transformation from qualitative description to quantitative prediction of biological systems. Metabolic Pathway Analysis (MPA) is a leading meeting for the scientific community analyzing topological structure-function relationships of metabolic networks to study fundamentals of biology and biotechnological applications. MPA 2021 is the eighth in the biennial series that integrates a highly interdisciplinary group of international biologists, computer scientists, engineers, and mathematicians for five days of discussions focused on state-of-the-art advances in network analysis methodology, theory, and application. MPA 2021 will focus on the frontiers of theoretical and computational approaches to decode biological principles behind metabolic networks, helping better understand rules of life and enabling biosystems design to tackle challenging problems related to health, food, energy, and the environment.

Scheduled Speakers

Steven Abel.

Steven Abel

University of Tennessee, Knoxville United States
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Daniel Amador-Noguez

University of Wisconsin United States
Nanette Boyle.

Nanette Boyle

Colorado School of Mines United States
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Anne Goelzer

Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique France

William Harcombe.

William Harcombe

University of Minnesota United States
Soha Hassoun.

Soha Hassoun

Tufts University United States
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Christopher Henry

Argonne National Laboratory United States Note: Virtual Only
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Terry Hwa

University of California, San Diego United States Note: Virtual Only

Daniel Jacobson.

Daniel Jacobson

Oak Ridge National Laboratory United States
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Steffen Klamt

Max Planck Institute, Magdeburg Germany
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Costas Maranas

Pennsylvania State University United States
Balazs Papp.

Balázs Papp

Biological Research Center Hungary

Ines Thiele.

Ines Thiele

National University of Ireland Ireland Note: Virtual Only