Weekly Mathematical Biology Seminar

Spring 2010 semester (usually) Wednesdays at 3:05pm, LCB 215

Date Speaker

January 13

Christel Hohenegger, CIMS, NYU
Modeling Biological Fluids (abstract)

January 22

Jim Clark, Biology Dept., Duke University
Inference in incidence, infection, and impact: Co-infection of multiple hosts by multiple pathogens (abstract)

February 12

Paul Atzberger, UC Santa Barbara
Stochastic Eulerian-Lagrangian Methods for the Study of Soft Biological Materials. (abstract)

February 17

Cecilia Diniz Behn , University of Michigan
A mathematical investigation of orexin neurons (abstract)

February 25
4:15 pm, LCB 215

Brent Doiron, University of Pittsburgh
Correlation shaping in the nervous system (abstract)

March 3

Andre Longtin, University of Ottawa
Neural Coding in Electric Fish (abstract)

Friday, March 5
4:15pm LCB 215

Tyler Skorczewski
University of California, Davis
Investigating fish suction feeding using computational fluid dynamics (abstract)

March 10

Jim Keener, University of Utah, Math Dept.
Mechanisms of length regulation of flagella in Salmonella (abstract)

Friday, March 12
3:05 pm, JTB 320

Ryo Kobayashi, Hiroshima University
A Mathematical Model of Amoeboid Locomotion (abstract)

March 17

Peter Hinow, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Semigroup Analysis of Structured Parasite Populations (abstract)

March 31

Mathew Peet, Illinois Institute of Technology
Modeling Immune Functions as a Control System (abstract)

April 7

Dustin Cartwright, UC Berkeley
Reconstruction of spatiotemporal gene expression data (abstract)

April 14

Math Biology Town Meeting

April 20
LCB 121

Keith Neeves, Colorado School of Mines
Phenotyping the clotting system under flow (abstract)

April 28

Karen Wilcox, Neuroscience, University of utah
The M -Channel and Epilepsy: Mutations, Mice and Medicine (abstract)

May 5



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