Biocomplexity is the study of the complex structures and behaviors that
arise from the interaction of biological entities (molecules, cells, or
organisms). While physical and chemical processes give rise to a great
variety of spatial and temporal structures, the complexity of even the
simplest biological phenomena is infinitely richer.
The goal of the center is to meld physical, mathematical, and computational
approaches with those of modern biology to understand this complexity
in a quantitative and predictive way.
2013 Workshop on the Physical Approaches to Studying the Cytoskeleton and Cell Motility
March 4, 2013
Notre Dame Chicago Commons
2003 Issue of The Biological Physicist, ICSB Profile (pdf)
(Left to Right)
Scott Christley, Gennady Margolin, Richard Gejji, Dustin VonHandorf, Trevor Cickovski, Matt Rissler, Ivan Gregoretti, Olga Sozinova, Mark Alber, Jesús A. Izaguirre, Tanya Salyers, Bei Hu, Nan Chen, Fang Qi, Jianfeng Zhu, Yilin Wu