Computational biology is the study of complex biological systems using data-analytics, theoretical methods, mathematical models, and computer simulations. It has foundations in computer science, applied mathematics, statistics, biochemistry, chemistry, physics, genomics, ecology, and anatomy. EGSB team members use computational methods, both publicly available and those developed in-house, to study biological phenomenon that may not be accessible to an experimentalist. Our computationalists study systems across multiple scales, from gene regulatory and protein phosphorylation networks to the interconnected network of organs to the structure and dynamics of animal flocking.