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Life Sciences - Systems Biology and Bioinformatics | Quantitative Biology (Editorial Board)

Quantitative Biology

Quantitative Biology

Editors-in-Chief: C. Tang; M.Q. Zhang

ISSN: 2095-4689 (print version)
ISSN: 2095-4697 (electronic version)

Journal no. 40484

Editors-in-Chief

Chao Tang, Ph.D.

Chair Professor

School of Physics, Peking University

Director

Center for Quantitative Biology, School of life sciences, Peking University

 

Michael Q. Zhang, Ph.D.

Director

Center for Systems Biology, The University of Texas at Dallas

Cecil H. and Ida Green Distinguished Chair Professor

Department of Molecular & Cell Biology, The University of Texas at Dallas

Guest Professor

School of Information Science and Technology, Tsinghua University

Medical School, Tsinghua University

Deputy Editors-in-Chief

Luonan Chen, Ph.D.

Professor

Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

 

Gary D. Stormo, Ph.D.

Professor

Washington University in St Louis, USA

 

Xuegong Zhang, Ph.D.

Professor

Tsinghua University, China

Assistant Editor-in-Chief

Zhen Xie, Ph.D.

Professor

Tsinghua University, China

 

Associate Editors

Jing-dong Jackie Han, Ph.D.

Professor

Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

 

Hao Li, Ph.D.

Professor

University of California, San Francisco, USA

 

Wendell Lim, Ph.D.

Professor

University of California, San Francisco, USA

 

Qi Ouyang, Ph.D.

Professor

Peking University, China

 

Eric Siggia, Ph.D.

Professor

Rockefeller University, USA

 

Yuhai Tu, Ph.D.

RSM & Manager

IBM T. J. Watson Research Center USA

 

Ron Weiss, Ph.D.

Professor

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

 

Ned S. Wingreen, Ph.D.

Professor

Princeton University, USA

 

Board Members 

Uri Alon, Ph.D.

Professor

Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

 

Steven Altschuler, Ph.D.

Professor

University of California, San Francisco, USA

 

Ping Ao, Ph.D.

Professor

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

 

Adam Arkin, Ph.D.

Professor

University of California, Berkeley, USA

 

Runsheng Chen, B.S.

Professor

Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

 

Hana El-Samad, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

University of California, San Francisco, USA

 

Jianfeng Feng, Ph.D.

Professor

Fudan University, China

 

James Ferrell, M.D., Ph.D.

Professor

Stanford University, USA

 

Jeff Hasty, Ph.D.

Professor

University of California, San Diego, USA

 

Li Jin, M.D., Ph.D.

Professor

Fudan University, China

 

Minoru Kanehisa, Ph.D.

Professor

Kyoto University, Japan

 

Luhua Lai, Ph.D.

Professor

Peking University, China

 

Michael Lassig, Ph.D.

Professor

University of Cologne, Germany

 

Xiaole Shirley Liu, Ph.D.

Professor

Harvard University and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, USA

 

Partha P Mitra, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA

 

William Stafford Noble, Ph.D.

Professor

University of Washington, USA

 

Hong Qian, Ph.D.

Professor

University of Washington, USA

 

Nikolaus Rajewsky, Ph.D.

Professor

Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine, Germany

 

Eran Segal, Ph.D.

Professor

Weizmann Institute, Israel

 

Yu Shyr, Ph.D.

Professor

Vanderbilt University, USA

 

Saeed Tavazoie, Ph.D.

Professor

Columbia University, USA

 

Martin Vingron, Ph.D.

Professor

Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Germany

 

Wei Wang, Ph.D.

Professor

Nanjing University, China

 

Wing Hung Wong, Ph.D.

Professor

Stanford University, USA

 

Lingchong You, Ph.D.

Professor

Duke University, USA

 

Yingjin Yuan, Ph.D.

Professor

Tianjin University, China

 

Zemin Zhang, Ph.D.

Professor

Peking University, China

 

Guoping Zhao, Ph.D.

Professor

Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

 

Managing Editor

Huaying Liu, Higher Education Press, China

 

Editorial Office Assistants

Siyuan Gong, Peking University, China

Zhuwei Zhang, Tsinghua University, China

 

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     Quantitative Biology is an interdisciplinary journal that focuses on original research that uses quantitative approaches and technologies to analyze and integrate biological systems, construct and model engineered life systems, and gain a deeper understanding of the life sciences.  It aims to provide a platform for not only the analysis but also the integration and construction of biological systems.  It is a quarterly journal seeking to provide an inter- and multi-disciplinary forum for a broad blend of peer-reviewed academic papers in order to promote rapid communication and exchange between scientists in the East and the West.

    The content of Quantitative Biology will mainly focus on the two broad and related areas:

    ·bioinformatics and computational biology,

    which focuses on dealing with information technologies and computational methodologies that can efficiently and accurately manipulate –omics data and transform molecular information into biological knowledge.

    ·systems and synthetic biology,

    which focuses on complex interactions in biological systems and the emergent functional properties, and on the design and construction of new biological functions and systems.

    Its goal is to reflect the significant advances made in quantitatively investigating and modeling both natural and engineered life systems at the molecular and higher levels.

    The journal particularly encourages original papers that link novel theory with cutting-edge experiments, especially in the newly emerging and multi-disciplinary areas of research. The journal also welcomes high-quality reviews and perspective articles. 

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