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-<grid> +====== Welcome to the group of Systems Biology of Cancer ====== 
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-The group of Systems Biology of Cancer was established in September 2014 and is funded by the e:Bio-BMBF initiative. We investigate the circadian regulation of tumour-driving mechanisms. The group is highly interdisciplinary and includes both dry lab facilities at the Institute for Theoretical Biology - ITB and wet lab facilities at the Molecular Cancer Research Center of the Charité - MKFZ. We work together with bioinformaticians, physicists, molecular biologists and medical doctors which forms an exciting and fertile scientific environment in the amazing city of Berlin!+ 
 +The group of Systems Biology of Cancer was established in September 2014 and is funded by the e:Bio-BMBF initiative. We investigate the circadian regulation of tumour-driving mechanisms. The group is highly interdisciplinary and includes both dry lab facilities at the Institute for Theoretical Biology - ITB and wet lab facilities at the Molecular Cancer Research Centre of the Charité - MKFZ. We work together with bioinformaticians, physicists, molecular biologists and medical doctors which forms an exciting and fertile scientific environment in the amazing city of Berlin!  
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 +Visit us at  **__[[http://sysbio-relogio.com/|http://sysbio-relogio.com/]]__** . 
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-We closely collaborate with the Berlin School of Integrative Oncology (BSIO) of the Charité Medical University of Berlin and with the European Molecular Biology Laboratory - EMBL. The group members are encouraged to attend lectures, conferences and courses of the BSIO graduate programm and of the EMBL main lab in Heidelberg. 
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-=== Financing and Affiliation ==== 
-The group is mainly funded by the e:Bio-BMBF initiative. We are affiliated with the Molecular Cancer Research Center of the Charité Medical University of Berlin - MKFZ, as well as with the Institute for Theoretical Biology (ITB) of the Humboldt University and the Charité Medical University of Berlin. 
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