Starting in Fall 2019, the mathematical biology group is officially a mathematical biology SMART Team as part of the NSF Funded NSF Funded Data-Intensive Research And Computing (DIRAC) Research Training Group (RTG).
We meet weekly to discuss reearch involving the application of mathematical tools (such as mathematical modeling, computational simulation) to the study of biological systems. Our topics cover a range of biological processes including, but not limited to, protein aggregation, population genetics & structural variation, and dynamics of marine animals.
Our group is led by Professor Suzanne Sindi (email@example.com) and consists of graduate students, postdocs and faculty in the Applied Mathematics, Physics and Quantitative & Systems Biology graduate programs.
For Fall 2023, we will be meeting Wednesday from 10:00am-11:00am in ACS 362B. We will post our updated schedule on this website once it is complete. You can follow our activities at our Twitter Account.
If you are not on the listserv but want to attend presentations, please email Prof. Erica Rutter (firstname.lastname@example.org) for access.
Fall 2023 Schedule
Wednesday, August 23: Organizational Meeting
Wednesday, August 30: Amandeep Kaur
Wednesday, September 6: Brandon Imstepf
Wednesday, September 13: Moitrish Majumdar
Wednesday, September 20: Jordan Collignon
Wednesday, September 27: Steve
Wednesday, October 4: Group Updates and Social Funs
Wednesday, October 11: Pablo Curiel
Wednesday, October 18: Derek Sollberger
Wednesday, October 25: Prof. Sidni Suzanne
Wednesday, November 8: Ruihao Li
Wednesday, November 15: Andrea Collins-Head
Wednesday, November 22: Thanksgiving Week
Wednesday, December 6: Prof. Tomas Rube
Spring 2023 Schedule
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