Mathematical Biology Seminars

Upcoming Mathematical Biology Seminars



Mathematical Biology seminar: TBA

Cengiz Pehlevan (Harvard University)
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Past Mathematical Biology Seminars



Mathematical Biology seminar: "Boolean Networks: discrete dynamical models of high-dimensional nonlinear systems"

Jordan Rozum (Pennsylvania State University)
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Boolean networks are a common modeling tool for studying the phenotypic changes that cells undergo in response stimuli. Examples include cell differentiation during embryogenesis, metastasis of…



Mathematical Biology seminar: TBA

Jordan Rozum (Pennsylvania State University)
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Mathematical Biology seminar: "Spinning helices, heaving panels, and waving tails: the role of flexibility in propulsion"

Lisa Fauci (Tulane University)
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The observed gait of a swimmer arises from the interplay of internal force generation, the passive elastic properties of its body, and environmental features such as fluid viscosity,…



Mathematical Biology seminar: "Some PDEs in Evolution of Dispersal"

Adrian Lam (Ohio State University)
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In the first part of the talk, we discuss the multi-species competition in a spatial domain, particularly the result of A. Hastings and some recent progress on the conjecture by Dockery…



Mathematical Biology seminar: “Contracting ML and probabilistic methods for navigating time and space in genomics”

Richard Bonneau (Flatiron Institute)
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I will describe new methods for spatial transcriptomics and spacial genomics and contrast these methods with previous single cell and longitudinal genomics analysis approaches. I will focus first on…