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A V HILL LECTURE - Systems level in vivo modelling of vertebrate physiology and pharmacology
Abstract: The pace of information accrual in modern biology now exceeds our ability to test hypotheses effectively in representative experimental models. Similarly, in silico models remain highly under-determined. We will argue that new scalable approaches to empiric physiologic experimentation are required, demonstrate the utility of one highly scalable model, the zebrafish, D. rerio, and outline potential community strategies for the physiological sciences to move toward generalizable inferences.
This talk is part of the Cambridge Philosophical Society series.
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