Weekly Mathematical Biology Seminar

Fall 2018 semester (usually) Wednesdays at 3:05pm, LCB 225

Date Speaker
August 22 Town Hall Meeting
August 29 Grad student summer lab reports, Pt 1
Bridget Fan, Amanda Alexander, Jake Madrid
September 5, 2:30 pm Grad student summer lab reports, Pt 2
Mitchell Meyer, Kiersten Utsey, Kimberly Truong, Kees McGahan
September 12 2:30 pm: Grad student summer lab reports, Pt 2.5
Mitchell Meyer, Daniel Zavitz

3:05 pm: Sean Lawley Math Dept. University of Utah
"How receptor surface diffusion and cell rotation increase association rates"

September 19 ...
September 26 ...
October 3 Ben Fogelson Math Dept. University of Utah
"Title: Competition for binding to elastic tethers drives transport through the nuclear pore. "
October 10 Fall Break
October 17 MBI Online Colloquium, 10:00am in JWB 308
Avner Friedman, Mathematics, Ohio State University
Using Mathematical Models to Conduct Cancer Clinical Trials

Jason Griffiths Math Dept. University of Utah
October 24 Fred Adler Math Dept. University of Utah
"Modeling mutualisms in plants and cancer"
October 31 Aaron Fogelson Math Dept. University of Utah
"Modeling Blood Clotting at the Extreme"
November 7 Jim Sterling, Keck Graduate Institute
"Models of mucosal electrophysiology"
November 14 MBI Online Colloquium, 10:00am in LCB 121
Gunnar Carlsson, Department of Mathematics, Stanford University
The Shape of Biological Data

Robert Rosenbaum Notre Dame
"Spatiotemporal dynamics and reliable computations in recurrent spiking neural networks"
November 21 Thanksgiving: no talk
November 28 Harish Bhat Math Dept. University of Utah
"Machine Learning Methods for Suicide Attempt Prediction"
December 5 Special AWM Research Seminar, 10:00am in LCB 121
Becca Thomases, Department of Mathematics, UC Davis
``Microorganism locomotion in viscoelastic fluids"
Juan Restrepo
University of Colorado
"Multilayer network regulation of critical neuronal dynamics"
December 12 MBI Online Colloquium, 10:00am in LCB 121
Mark Lewis, Department of Mathematics, University of Alberta
Using Mathematics to Understand Animal Movement Patterns

Brad Cairns Oncological Sciences, University of Utah
"Using genomic analysis of single cells to understand germline stem cell development and spermatogenesis"

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UBC Math Biology Seminar




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