Weekly Mathematical Biology Seminar
Spring 2017 semester (usually) Wednesdays at 3:05pm, in LCB 219
|January 11||National Mathematical Biology Colloquium at 9:55am in JWB 333
Leah Edelstein-Keshet, Department of Mathematics, University of British Columbia
"Navigating Biochemical Pathways for Cell Polarization and Motility (A Personal Journey)"
|January 23 (Monday)||TEP Faculty Candidate Seminar at 4:00pm in ASB 210
Benjamin Machta, Lewis-Sigler Institute, Princeton University
"Ion channels, critical points and emergent phenomena in biology"
|February 1||Bill Anderegg, Department of Biology, University of Utah
"Unraveling the evolutionary controls on plant water loss"
|February 9 (Thursday)||TEP Faculty Candidate Seminar at 4:00pm in ASB 210
Tatiana Engel, Brains in Silicon, Stanford University
"Discovering dynamic computations in the brain from large-scale neural recordings"
|February 15||National Mathematical Biology Colloquium at 9:55am in JWB 333
Joel Cohen, Laboratory of Populations, Rockefeller & Columbia Universities
"The variation is the theme: Taylor's law from Chagas disease vector control to tornado outbreaks"
|February 22||Ofer Rog, Department of Biology, University of Utah
"Information transmission along meiotic chromosomes"
|March 10 (Friday)||Marc Lipsitch, Department of Epidemiology, Harvard University
"Modeling and simulation to support trial design for complex interventions in infectious disease"
|March 15||Spring Break
National Mathematical Biology Colloquium at 9:55am in JWB 308
Uri Alon, Department of Molecular Cell Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science
"Design Principles in Biology"
|April 12||National Mathematical Biology Colloquium at 9:55am in JWB 333
James Keener, Department of Mathematics, University of Utah
"Cell Physiology: Making Diffusion Your Friend"
|April 19||Stephen Proulx, Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology, University of California, Santa Barbara
"Playing dice with your children’s future vs. telling them what to do: population and evolutionary dynamics in fluctuating environments"
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