Weekly Mathematical Biology Seminar

Fall 2009 semester (usually) Wednesdays at 3:05pm, LCB 215

Date Speaker

Wednesday
August 26

Math Bio town meeting, LCB 4th Floor Loft

Monday
August 31
LCB 225

Prof. Ben O'Shaughnessy, Chemical Engineering, Columbia University
"How do Force-Producing Actomyosin Machines Work?"

Wednesday
September 2

Will Nesse, University of Ottawa, Centre for Neural Dynamics
The ABC's of the Neural Language: Independent Statistical Decomposition of Adapting Spike Dynamics(abstract)

Wednesday
September 9

Mini-retreat, required for all Math Biology members

Wednesday
September 16

Mini-retreat continued, required for all Math Biology members

Wednesday
September 23

Joyce Lin, Math Department
An Experimental and Mathematical Study on the Prolonged Residence Time of a Sphere Falling through Stratified Fluids at Low Reynolds Number(abstract)

Wednesday
September 30

Wednesday
October 7

Jim Powell, Utah State University
Connecting tree-level phenology and landscape-level outbreak dynamics for mountain pine beetle (abstract)

Wednesday
October 21

Steve Frank, UC Irvine
Microbial pathogenesis and metabolism: economic and social perspectives(abstract)

Wednesday
October 28

Mike Shapiro , Biology Department, University of Utah
On the origins of pigeons by means of artificial selection

Wednesday
November 4

Jon Wilkins, Santa Fe Institute
Intragenomic conflict and the evolutionary origins of maladaptive behaviors (abstract)

Wednesday
November 11

Peter Kim, Math Department
State transitions and change detection in the immune response (abstract)

Monday
November 16

Shu Dai, MBI Ohio State University
Dynamics in the Echebarria-Karma Modulation Equation for Alternans in a Cardiac Fiber (abstract)

Wednesday
November 18

David Goldenberg, Biology Department, University of Utah
"Unfolded Proteins, Random Walks and Fractal Dimensions" (abstract)

Wednesday
November 25

Erik Jorgensen, Biology Department, University of Utah
Synaptic vesicle acidification is a checkpoint for vesicle fusion. (abstract)

Wednesday
December 2

Vicente Planelles, Department of Pathology, University of Utah School of Medicine
Recent studies on HIV-1 latency and reactivation (abstract)

Wednesday
December 9

Frances Chance, UC Irvine
Is Multiplication Required for Cortical Gain Modulation? (abstract)

Wednesday
December 16

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Undergrad Math Colloquium


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