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Centre for Theoretical Biology (CTBio)


New publication                                                                         

On polymorphism, selection and tandem duplication of transferrin genes in Atlantic code, by Andersen O et al ... André C (2011) in BMC Genetics.

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About us:

In Göteborg several research groups address basic evolutionary questions with empirical and mathematical approaches.

We have formed a centre for theoretical evolutionary biology which was established by the Faculty of Natural Sciences (University of Gothenburg) in November 2006. The centre is financed as a so-called research platform and brings together empirical biologists, mathematicians and theoretical physicists. The goal of the centre is to stimulate interdisciplinary collaboration and scientific quality in theoretical biology in Göteborg. The research groups are located at many different departments.

The idea is that the centre will strengthen interdisciplinary research, host visiting scientists, postdocs, PhD-students, and maintain a seminar series and other activities such as workshops and a summer school.

CTBio email-list: If you are interested in participating in the club, join the CTBio email list by sending a mail to listserv@segate.sunet.se with "SUBSCRIBE CTBIO" in the body text. Welcome!



Check out the CTBio calendar for upcomming events with focus on theoretical biology, organised by us (in red) or others (in blue).

CTBio Evaluation

The Centre for Theoretical Biology has recently been evaluated. Read the evaluations of our mid-term report, reflecting the research activities from 2007 to 2009.

Evaluation report 2009

Contact Information

Karin Harding, Coordinator

Dep. of Marine Ecology, Box 461, 405 30 Göteborg

Visiting Address:
Carl Skottbergsgata 22 b

+46 (0) 31 786 26 24

Page Manager: Lisa Sundqvist|Last update: 7/7/2011

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