About InSilicoScreen

We provide our clients with a reliable and specific information about the global dynamic of the cellular networks by combining the efficient numerical and mathematical methods together with an in-depth understanding of the underlying molecular processes

Our services


Results obtained with quantitative simulations are easily reproducible: we can test as many initial conditions as needed to give our clients a better overview of the global comportment of the cellular network of interest.

How does it work?


Dr. Quentin Vanhaelen, Founder of InsilicoScreen

Quentin Vanhaelen, Ph.D. was a post-doctoral fellow at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute (OHRI), Ottawa, Canada from 2011 to 2013. He founded the company InsilicoScreen shortly after returning in Belgium. InsilicoScreen is engaged in mathematical modeling of biological pathways and gene regulatory networks. Quentin Vanhaelen is also a member of lifeboat foundation

Education and academic degrees

Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Physics (Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB), 2006. DEA in Sciences (Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB), 2007. Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics (Grant FNRS–FRIA) Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB), 2010 [thesis on the non equilibrium thermodynamics and dynamics of a deformable interface between two electro-magnetically controllable fluids].

Research interests

Stem cell biology, regenerative medicine, evolutionary theories of aging, biophysics, non-linear systems, non-equilibrium thermodynamics


The conundrum of human immune system "senescence" Source
Artificial intelligence, drug repurposing and peer review Source
The Advent of Generative Chemistry Source
Lack of consensus on an aging biology paradigm? A global survey reveals an agreement to disagree, and the need for an interdisciplinary framework Source
Web-based Tools for Drug Repurposing: Successful Examples of Collaborative Research Source
Will Artificial Intelligence for Drug Discovery Impact Clinical Pharmacology? Source
Latest advances in aging research and drug discovery Source
Thermo-capillary effects along a deformable singular interface between two immiscible fluids Source
Non-programmed (Nonadaptive) Aging Theories Source
Artificial Intelligence for Aging and Longevity Research: Recent Advances and Perspectives Source
A Note on Stochastic Modeling of Biological Systems: Automatic Generation of an Optimized Gillepsie Algorithm Source
Entropy production, thermodynamic fluxes and transport coefficients of an interface between two electromagnetic fluids with spin Source
Adversarial Threshold Neural Computer for Molecular De Novo Design Source
Vive la radiorésistance!: Converging research in radiobiology and biogerontology to enhance human radioresistance for deep space exploration and colonization Source
Chapter 3: Evolutionary Theories of Aging: A Systemic and Mechanistic Perspective Source
A comparative review of computational methods for pathway perturbation analysis: Dynamical and topological perspectives Source
The cornucopia of meaningful leads: Applying deep adversarial autoencoders for new molecule development in oncology Source
In silico Pathway Activation Network Decomposition Analysis (iPANDA) as a method for biomarker development Source
Design of efficient computational workflows for in silico drug repurposing Source
Aging as an Optimization Between Cellular Maintenance Requirements and Evolutionary Constraints Source
Forward and Reverse Genetics through Derivation of Haploid Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells Source
Contribution to the dynamics of a deformable interface between two immiscible electromagnetically controllable fluids Source

Contact us

Address Square de Meeûs 38/40, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
E-mail info@insilicoscreen.eu
Fax +32 (0)2 401 61 90