Published on in Vol 17, No 3 (2015): March

Systems Medicine 2.0: Potential Benefits of Combining Electronic Health Care Records With Systems Science Models

Systems Medicine 2.0: Potential Benefits of Combining Electronic Health Care Records With Systems Science Models

Systems Medicine 2.0: Potential Benefits of Combining Electronic Health Care Records With Systems Science Models

Journals

  1. Bhui K. From the Editor's desk. British Journal of Psychiatry 2016;208(2):203 View
  2. Ayers D, Day P. Systems Medicine: The Application of Systems Biology Approaches for Modern Medical Research and Drug Development. Molecular Biology International 2015;2015:1 View
  3. Ko K, Lee C, Nam S, Ahn S, Bae J, Ban C, Yoo J, Park J, Han H. Epidemiological Characterization of a Directed and Weighted Disease Network Using Data From a Cohort of One Million Patients: Network Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(4):e15196 View
  4. Goldman A, Burmeister Y, Cesnulevicius K, Herbert M, Kane M, Lescheid D, McCaffrey T, Schultz M, Seilheimer B, Smit A, St. Laurent G, Berman B. Bioregulatory systems medicine: an innovative approach to integrating the science of molecular networks, inflammation, and systems biology with the patient's autoregulatory capacity?. Frontiers in Physiology 2015;6 View
  5. Karakitsou E, Foguet C, de Atauri P, Kultima K, Khoonsari P, Martins dos Santos V, Saccenti E, Rosato A, Cascante M. Metabolomics in systems medicine: an overview of methods and applications. Current Opinion in Systems Biology 2019;15:91 View
  6. Berlin R, Gruen R, Best J. Systems Medicine Disease: Disease Classification and Scalability Beyond Networks and Boundary Conditions. Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology 2018;6 View
  7. Auffray C, Noble D, Nottale L, Turner P. Progress in integrative systems biology, physiology and medicine: towards a scale-relative biology. The European Physical Journal A 2020;56(3) View
  8. Lemmen C, Simic D, Stock S. A Vision of Future Healthcare: Potential Opportunities and Risks of Systems Medicine from a Citizen and Patient Perspective—Results of a Qualitative Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(18):9879 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Voit E. Systems Medicine. View
  2. Zia A, Rashid S. 'Essentials of Cancer Genomic, Computational Approaches and Precision Medicine. View
  3. Fernández Massó J. Immune Rebalancing. View
  4. Martins dos Santos V, Hardt C, Skrede S, Saccenti E. Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections. View
  5. Nayak R, Chakraborty R, Hasija Y. Translational Biotechnology. View
  6. Saccenti E, Tenori L. Metabolomics Perspectives. View