Weekly Mathematical Biology Seminar

Spring 2004 semester (usually) Wednesdays at 3:05pm, LCB 215

Date Speaker

January 28

Victoria Hsu
University of Washington
"Electro-Diffusion in Cell Membranes, a Quasi Steady-State Approach" (abstract)

January 29

Laura Miller
Courant Institute, New York University
"Comparing mechanical design by animals, plants, and people"

February 6

Kim Montgomery
Northwestern University
"A Nonlinear Analysis of the Amplification Properties of Auditory Hair Cells" (abstract)

March 3

Steve Cox
CAAM, Rice University
"Eavesdropping on Synaptic Traffic" (abstract)

March 5

Greg Huber
U Mass
"Chirality transformations on bacterial flagella" (abstract)

March 10

Steve Kern
Department of Anesthesiology, University of Utah
"Modeling multiple-drug interactions with response surfaces " (abstract)

March 12

Charles M. Gray, Ph.D.
Center for Computational Biology, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana
"Dynamics of Neuronal Synchronization in Cat Visual Cortex" (abstract)

March 22

Andrew Pullan
Bioengineering, University of Auckland
"Computational and Mathematical Modelling of the Heart and other Organs" (abstract)

March 24

Greg Voth
Department of Chemistry, University of Utah
"The Challenge of Modeling Explicit Proton Transport in Aqueous and Biomolecular Environments by Molecular Dynamics Simulation" (abstract)

March 31

Villu Maricq
Biology Department, University of Utah
" Making Decisions: How a Simple Nervous System Controls Movement." abstract)

April 14

Jeff Weiss
Department of Bioengineering, University of Utah
"Angiogenesis and the Extracelular Matrix" (abstract)

April 21

Kathleen Clark
Department of Biology, University of Utah
"Flies have muscle? Using flies to study human muscle disease" (abstract)

April 28

Alla Borisyuk
Math Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University
"Adaptation and inhibition shape responses to moving sounds in the model of auditory midbrain " (abstract)

July 15

Arik Yochelis
Department of Chemical Engineering, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
"Synchronous entrainment (frequency locking) in spatially extended forced oscillations: From chemical oscillations to universality" (abstract)


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