Mathematical Biology Seminar

Fall Semester, 2001
Wednesdays at 3:05pm in JWB 208

  • September 5: Eric Cytrynbaum, "Stability of the traveling pulse and the restitution hypothesis"Abstract

  • September 12:

  • September 19: Jim Powell, Utah State University, ``The Mathematical Basis for Modelling Insect Seasonality and Potential Climate Change-Induced Bark Beetle Invasions''Abstract

  • September 26: Leslie Sieburth; Title: Leaf and Vein Patterning in Arabidopsis.

  • October 3: Matt Samore, "Mathematical models of spread of antimicrobial resistant microorganisms"

  • October 10:

  • October 17:

  • October 24: Robert Fujinami, Neurology, University of Utah, "Viruses Can Silently Prime and Trigger Autoimmune Disease" Abstract

  • October 31:

  • November 7: Russell Stewart, Bioengineering, University of Utah, ``Engineering with a molecular train set''.

  • November 14:

  • November 21:

  • November 28: Jim Haefner, Utah State University ``Integrating Ecology and Evolution: Numerical Results from a Quantitative Genetic Recursion Model'' Abstract

  • December 5: Evan Haskell, Mathematics, University of Utah, ``An overview of population density methods for the large-scale modelling of neuronal networks in the brain and applications.'' Abstract


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    For more information contact Jim Keener, 1-6089