Systems biology can be defined as processes which enable to develop a holistic understanding of the intricate networks of interconnected systems which occur during the functioning of biological organisms.
It is composed of different branches and fields of science not limited to Mathematical modelling& Statistics,Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, Genetics, Proteomics and Immunology &other medical sciences each working in tandem with the other to generate a “Big picture” scenario.
A comprehensive study involving difference branch of sciences as mentioned above may offer key insights into interactions at a cellular level and subsequently further at an integrated tissuelevel and eventually at an organism level.
This would allow for a better understanding ofdrug interaction mechanisms and enhance the drug discovery pipeline by using the data to build thorough predictive models.
Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Systems_biology
Systems Biology as defined by NIH - https://irp.nih.gov/catalyst/v19i6/systems-biology-as-defined-by-nih