The new field of Network Physiology addresses the fundamental question of how physiological systems and organs in the human body dynamically interact as a network and integrate their functions across space and time scales to generate health or disease.

The Second International Summer Institute on Network Physiology (ISINP), to be held 28 July – 02 August 2019 in Como, Italy, will focus on this emerging field. It will lay the foundation of a new conceptual framework to study network interactions among diverse organ systems and sub-systems as a hallmark of physiologic state and function.

This will be an interactive event with lectures by leading experts ranging from physics and applied mathematics to neuroscience, physiology, psychology and clinical medicine, and will discuss the challenges, current frontiers and future developments in the interdisciplinary field of Network Physiology.

[ISINP Announcement Poster]


Plamen Ch. Ivanov, Boston University and Harvard Medical School


Françoise Argoul, University of Bordeaux, France

Alain Arneodo, University of Bordeaux, France

György Buzsáki, New York University, USA

Ronny P. Bartsch, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Tjeerd Boonstra, University of New South Wales, Australia

Barbara E. Corkey, Boston University, USA

Marina de Tommaso, Bari University, Italy

Luca Faes, University of Palermo, Italy

Brandon Foreman, University of Cincinnati, USA

Jürgen Kurths, Humboldt University, Germany

Klaus Lehnertz, Bonn University, Germany

Fabrizio Lombardi, Boston University, USA

Hagen Malberg, Dresden University of Technology, Germany

Daniele Marinazzo, University of Ghent, Belgium

J. Randall Moorman, University of Virginia, USA

Ulrich Parlitz, Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization, Germany

Louis M. Pecora, Naval Research Laboratory, USA

Arkady S. Pikovsky, University of Potsdam, Germany

Michael G. Rosenblum, University of Potsdam, Germany

Andrei Ruckenstein, Boston University, USA

Antonio Scala, University of Roma “La Sapienza”, Italy

Michael F. Shlesinger, Office of Naval Research, USA

Olga Sosnovtseva, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Ruedi Stoop, ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Sebastiano Stramaglia, University of Bari, Italy

Béla Suki, Boston University, USA

Robert J. Thomas, Harvard Medical School, USA

B. Taylor Thompson, Harvard Medical School, USA

Stefan Thurner, Medical University of Vienna, Austria

Andreas Voss, University of Applied Sciences Jena, Germany

Xiyun Zhang, Boston University, USA

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