Computational Biofluids in Physiology
In Celebration of Aaron Fogelson's 60th Birthday

University of Utah
May 14-15, 2015

Conference Attendees

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Invited Speakers

Brittany Bannish
University of Central Oklahoma

Jian Du
Florida Institute of Technology

Thomas Fai
Harvard University

Lisa Fauci
Tulane University

Henry Fu
University of Nevada

Boyce Griffith
University of North Carolina

Jim Keener
University of Utah

Robert M. Kirby
University of Utah

Anita Layton
Duke University

Karin Leiderman
University of California Merced

Randall LeVeque
University of Washington

Laura Miller
University of North Carolina

Alex Mogilner
New York University

Sarah Olson
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Tim Secomb
University of Arizona

Varun Shankar
University of Utah

Daniel B. Szyld
Temple University

John Weisel
University of Pennsylvania

Charles Wolgemuth
University of Arizona


Schedule and program


Registration is now closed.

For those already registered, please pay the registration fee ($25 Students, $50 Postdocs, and $75 professionals) using the secure online payment system. This system can also be used for purchasing additional banquet tickets.


There will be two poster sessions during the two-hour lunch breaks Thursday and Friday.
Poster abstracts and program.


The meeting will be held on the campus of the University of Utah in the Room 210 of the Aline Wilmot Skaggs Biology Building.


A limited number of hotel rooms have been reserved at The University Guest House at a discounted rate of $99 per night. Please e-mail Gail Hawick ( to enquire about availability of rooms at this rate. The discount will not apply if you contact the Guest House directly.

There are many other hotel options in downtown Salt Lake City. The most convenient in terms of public transportation are those hotels near the TRAX Redline (public light rail service).


Thursday May 14 at the Himalayan Kitchen, 360 South State Street, directions

       Appetizers: 6:45-7:30
       Dinner: 7:30-9:00


Detailed conference map
Campus map

Local transportation

Use the TRAX Redline for convenient transportation between the conference venue and downtown Salt Lake City.

There is a Campus Shuttle for traveling between the conference venue and the conference hotels.

See the main shuttle page for a live tracker of all shuttles. The stop for the conference venue is President's Circle.

Travel Funds

Fellowships are available for some speakers and poster presenters to partially cover travel costs thanks to a grant from the NSF. Priority will go to junior researchers and to those without other NSF support.

Organizing Committee