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
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.
Dr. Quentin Vanhaelen, Founder of InsilicoScreen
Quentin Vanhaelen, Ph.D. was recently Post-doc fellow at Ottawa Hospital Research Institute (OHRI), Ottawa, Canada. He is now Founder of Insilicoscreen based in Belgium which is engaged in mathematical modeling of cellular networks. Quentin Vanhaelen is also a member of lifeboat foundation
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].
Stem cell biology, regenerative medicine, aging research, biophysics, biomathematics, thermodynamics
|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|
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