Mathematical Biology Seminar

Spring Semester, 2002
Wednesdays at 3:05pm in LCB 323

  • January 9:

  • January 16: Tim Elston, North Carolina State University, "The Brownian Ratchet and Power Stroke Models for Post-Translational Protein Translocation into the Endoplasmic Reticulum"Abstract

  • January 23: Alexei Koulakov, Physics Department, University of Utah,"Singularities in Brain Maps"

  • January 30:

  • February 27:

  • March 6: (No Seminar - SIAM Life Science Meeting in Boston)

  • March 15: (Note the unusual day) Charles Wolgemuth, UC Berkeley, "Towards a physics of cellular motility and morphology" Abstract

  • March 20: Alessandra Angelucci, Dept of Ophthalmology and Visual Science, Moran Eye Center, "Circuits for spatial integration of information in the primate visual cerebral cortex", Abstract

  • March 27: Christine Litwin, Pathology, University of Utah, "Heme Acquisition by Vibrio vulnificus", Abstract

  • April 3: Paul Fife, University of Utah, "Spatial effects in discrete time population models", Abstract

  • April 10: (2:00 pm) Peter Roper (NIH, Bethesda), ``Modelling opioid-mediated bursting in vasopressin cells, or What goes up must come down'' Abstract

  • April 17: Jim Keener, University of Utah, "The Onset of Fibrillation following a Heart Attack"

  • April 24: Nick Cogan, University of Utah, "Maze Solving Amoeboids: How Smart are They Really?" Abstract

  • May 1: Brad Peercy, University of Utah, ``A Model of Border Zone Arrhythmias'' Abstract

  • May 13: John W. Weisel, Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, `` Fibrin, Fibrinolysis, and Platelet Aggregation: New Approaches and Unexpected Results?'' Abstract


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    For more information contact Jim Keener, 1-6089