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Weekly Mathematical Biology Seminar

Spring 2012 semester
(usually) Wednesdays at 3:05pm, LCB 323

Date Speaker
February 1 Marisa Eisenberg, Department of Mathematics, Ohio State University
Modeling cholera transmission dynamics using identifiablilty and parameter estimation
February 8
4:00 in Skaggs
Nicholas Stavropoulos, The Rockefeller University
Molecular mechanisms underlying the regulation of sleep in Drosophila
February 15 Dharshi Devendran, Courant Institute for Mathematical Sciences, NYU
Applications and theory of a Continuum-Mechanics-Based Immersed Boundary Method
February 22 Joshua Schiffer, University of Washington & Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Herpes Simplex Virus-2 Infection: An Intense, Lifelong Compromise Between Host and Pathogen
March 7 Amber Smith, Los Alamos National Labs
Modeling Influenza A Virus Infection Kinetics
March 14 Spring Break
March 28 Tom Fletcher, SCI, University of Utah
Statistics on Riemannian Manifolds and its Application to Imaging

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