Bioinformatics and Systems Biology

Bioinformatics (computational biology) is the study of biological information using tools from such disciplines as computer science, mathematics, statistics, and information theory to process large volumes of biological information. The field began to develop thanks to the availability of biological databases and increasing amounts of clinical study findings that required analysis, as well as the development of modern analytic and computational methods. The Faculty of Biology uses database analysis to make new discoveries related to drugs, disease epidemiology, population genetics, metabolic analysis, and the prediction of drug efficacy against molecular targets.

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