This is a space to share some of my personal interests and to serve as register of my research development. I wish to write some content in order to motivate new students for this fascinating field that is physical biology, but unfortunately a lab notebook is not always intelligible for general public. Every once in a while I will try to elaborate a white paper, organizing them in a different category.
As a matter of fact, the study of biological systems require an interdisciplinary approach, bringing together not only physics and biology, but also computational science, biochemistry, mathematics, among others. As result of this scientific community effort, new high quality studies are constantly been published with breakthroughs in health science and systems biology, contributing to improve our knowledge in these challenging areas.
Figure: The time evolution of the angiogenic factor concentration, plane slices from a three dimensional system.