Erik De Schutter of the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology writes a review in PLoS Computational Biology about the intersection of computational neuroscience and systems biology. In it, he cites data-driven modeling and community-based standards development as two reasons that systems biology has a lot to offer the neuroscience.

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