Program




Sunday, July 16


Time Title Location
12:00 -
8:00
Pre-Conference workshop
(Lunch = 12:00-1:00, Dinner = 6:00-8:00)
Officer's Club

Monday, July 17


Time Title Location
9:00 -
10:00
Plenary talk 1: Modelling cancer at multiple scales: From simplifications and idealizations to validations and predictions, Mark Chaplain Douglas Ballroom
10:00 -
10:30
Coffee/tea break All three buildings
10:30 -
12:30
CS1: Cancer Dynamics City Creek Room
CS2: Dynamical Systems Bonneville Room
MS1: Mathematics to Support Drug Discovery and Development Officer's Club South
MS2: Mathematical Epidemiology Subgroup: Dynamics of Infection Alpine Room
MS3: Modeling Blood Flow and Oxygen Transport in the Microcirculation Officer's Club North
MS4: Neuromechanical Locomotion Commander's House South Parlor
MS5: Recent advances in the analysis of biochemical reaction systems Officer's Club East
MS6: Modeling Viruses to Defeat Cancer Ballroom East
12:30 -
1:30
Lunch All three buildings
Mentoring lunch Commander's House
1:30-
2:30
Winfree prize talk: Examples of Collective Cell Movement in Biology, Philip Maini Douglas Ballroom
2:30 -
3:00
Coffee/tea break All three buildings
3:00 -
5:30
CS3: Computational Biology I City Creek Room
CS4: Cell Biology Bonneville Room
MS7: Mathematical and numerical methods for the study of viral hepatitis Officer's Club North
MS8: Modeling Tumor-Immune Dynamics, Disease Progression, and Treatment Ballroom East
MS9: Synchrony across space in ecology: mathematical issue, challenges, and progress Officer's Club South
MS10: Liver as a model system for mechanics, flow, and multiscale mathematical biology Alpine Room
MS11: Vector-Borne Diseases: : What have we learned from them since the discovery of Malaria to the present Commander's House South Parlor
MS12: Modeling the dynamics of the cytoskeleton and associated motor proteins Officer's Club East
6:30 -
8:30
Poster session and reception Natural History Musuem of Utah

Tuesday, July 18


Time Title Location
9:00 -
10:00
Plenary talk 2: Dynamical behaviors of nonlinear complex systems determined from the structure of networks, Atsushi Mochizuki Douglas Ballroom
10:00 -
10:30
Coffee/tea break All three buildings
10:30 -
12:30
CS5: Evolution and Plant Ecology City Creek Room
CS6: Immunology Alpine Room
CS7: Physiology Commander's House South Parlor
CS8: Data Science Bonneville Room
MS13: The Influence of Socio-Behavioral Mechanisms on the Spread of Newly Emerging and Remerging Diseases Officer's Club North
MS14: Modeling Transport and Control Processes in Systems Physiology Officer's Club East
MS15: Recent advances in modeling vector-borne disease transmission Officer's Club South
MS16: Mathematical models of cancer development and treatment Ballroom East
12:30 -
1:30
Pick up Box Lunch All three buildings
Meet the BMB editors Guest House Conference Center Lobby
Subgroup mixer: Developmental Biology Commanders's House, Den
Subgroup mixer: Education Alpine Room
Subgroup mixer: Immunobiology and Infection Officer's Club West
Subgroup mixer: Mathematical Epidemiology Officer's Club East
Subgroup mixer: Mathematical Neuroscience City Creek Room
Subgroup mixer: Population Dynamics Commander's House South Parlor
2:00 -
??
Field trips (the Timpanogas trip leaves at 1:30)

Wednesday, July 19


Time Title Location
9:00 -
10:00
Plenary talk 3: Modeling the drivers of coral response to climate change: from genes to communities, Marissa Baskett Douglas Ballroom
10:00 -
10:30
Coffee/tea break All three buildings
10:30 -
12:30
CS9: Cancer Treatment City Creek Room
CS10: Epidemiology Strategies Bonneville Room
MS17: Spatial Processes in Biology Officer's Club North
MS18: Immunobiology and Infection Subgroup Alpine Room
MS19: Mathematical Modeling of Honeybees Commander's House South Parlor
MS20: Mathematical Modeling in Psychology Officer's Club East
MS21: Multiscale models of tissue mechanics, as tools to interpret experimental data Officer's Club South
MS22: Disease Modelling and Control Ballroom East
12:30 -
1:30
Lunch All three buildings
SMB general member meeting Douglas Ballroom
1:30 -
2:00
Prize presentation Douglas Ballroom
2:00-
3:00
Leah Edelstein-Keshet prize talk: The angiogenic balance in breast tumor tissue: insight from systems biology, Stacey Finley Douglas Ballroom
3:00 -
3:30
Coffee/tea break All three buildings
3:30 -
6:00
MS23: Mathematical Modeling of the Eye in Health and Disease City Creek Room
MS24: From cell to tissues: multiscale mathematical approaches for cancer development Officer's Club North
MS25: Education Subgroup minisymposium Alpine Room
MS26: Ecology and Crime Commander's House South Parlor
MS27: Agent-based modeling as a tool to study complex multi-scale biological systems Officer's Club East
MS28: Modeling Heterogeneity in the Transmission of Pathogens among Hosts Officer's Club South
MS29: Modeling cancer immunotherapies Ballroom East
Available for meetings Bonneville Room
6:30 -
10:30
Banquet (and dancing!) Rice-Eccles stadium

Thursday, July 20


Time Title Location
9:00 -
10:00
Plenary talk 4: Epidemic strength and speed: rethinking metrics for infectious disease spread and control, Jonathan Dushoff Douglas Ballroom
10:00 -
10:30
Coffee/tea break All three buildings
10:30 -
12:30
CS11: Fluids City Creek Room
CS12: Epidemiology Dynamics Officer's Club East
CS13: Biochemistry and Bacteria Bonneville Room
MS30: Disease and Control, Part I Officer's Club North
MS31: Quantitative approaches to developmental biology Alpine Room
MS32: Stage-structured Population Models in Biology Commander's House South Parlor
MS33: Confronting Biological Models with Data: Dealing with Complexity and Sparsity I Officer's Club South
MS34: Metastasis: Mathematical Modeling and Clinical Applications Ballroom East
12:30 -
1:30
Lunch All three buildings
Mentoring lunch Commander's House
1:30 -
2:30
Plenary talk 5: Moving through a turbulent environment: Embedding models in real-world data, Mimi Koehl Douglas Ballroom
2:30 -
3:00
Coffee/tea break All three buildings
3:00 -
5:00
CS14: Ecological Dynamics City Creek Room
CS15: Computational Biology Officer's Club East
MS35: Disease and Control, Part II Officer's Club North
MS36: Modeling of Molecular Motor Systems Alpine Room
MS37: Analysis of Environmental Effects in Mathematical Biology Commander's House South Parlor
MS38: Confronting Biological Models with Data: Dealing with Complexity and Sparsity II Officer's Club South
MS39: Quantifying phenotypic plasticity in cancer cells Ballroom East
Available for meetings Bonneville Room