PSU Mark
Eberly College of Science Mathematics Department

Mathematical Biology and Physiology Seminar

Fridays from 12:00pm to 01:00pm in MB114

For more information, please visit the MaBPs web page .

Organizers: Andrew Belmonte, John Fricks, Chun Liu, Tim Reluga, and Ying Yang.

DateSpeaker(s)Title
26 Dec 2013
MB216

11:00am - 1:00pm
 To Be Announced
24 Jan 2014Tim Reluga, Math and Bio, Penn StateExact model reductions for asynchronous boolean networks
14 Feb 2014Elsa Hansen, CIDD, at Penn StateOptimal Within-Host Treatment and the Role of Resource Mediated Competitive Release
21 Feb 2014Ching-Shan Chou, Department of Mathematics, Ohio State UniversityCell Polarization in Budding Yeast
28 Feb 2014Fred Adler, Department of Mathematics, University of UtahStreet fighters - Territorial scaling in ant battles
28 Mar 2014Megan Greischar, Entomology and CIDD graduate studentGames parasites play: optimal transmission investment within the host
4 Apr 2014Hye-Won Kang, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maryland Baltimore CountyStochastic modeling of biochemical networks
11 Apr 2014Bradford E. Peercy, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maryland Baltimore CountyDivots in Extracellular Geometry Direct Intracellular Signaling
18 Apr 2014Hongyu Miao, Department of Biostatistics and Computational Biology, University of RochesterSemi-mechanistic Modeling and its Application in Understanding Immune Cell Migration
25 Apr 2014Alexander Petroff, Center for Studies in Physics and Biology, Rockefeller UniversityHydrodynamics and collective behavior of the tethered bacterium Thiovulum majus
2 May 2014
MB106
Joy Zhou, Mathematical Biosciences Institute at Ohio StateRange shifts under climate change: what will accelerated warming do?

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