Weekly Mathematical Biology Seminar

Spring 2017 semester (usually) Wednesdays at 3:05pm, in LCB 219

Date Speaker
January
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)"
abstract
January 18 ...
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"
abstract
January 25 ...
February
February 1 Bill Anderegg, Department of Biology, University of Utah
"Unraveling the evolutionary controls on plant water loss"
abstract
February 8 ...
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"
abstract
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"
abstract
February 22 Ofer Rog, Department of Biology, University of Utah
"Information transmission along meiotic chromosomes"
March
March 1 ...
March 8 ...
March 10 (Friday) Marc Lipsitch, Department of Epidemiology, Harvard University
"Modeling and simulation to support trial design for complex interventions in infectious disease"
abstract
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"
abstract
March 22 ...
March 29 ...
April
April 5 ...
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"
abstract
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"
abstract
April 26 ...
May
May 3 ...

Other Seminars of Interest

Biology

Bioinformatics

Bioengineering

Bioscience Calendar

Applied Math/Numerical Analysis

Mathematics

Graduate Math Colloquium

Undergrad Math Colloquium


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