The mathematical biology group meets on a weekly basis to share and discuss current mathematical biology research at UC Merced. We use mathematical modeling and computational simulation to explore a variety of biological processes including, but not limited to, protein aggregation, population genetics & structural variation, and biofluid dynamics of marine animals.

Our group is led by Professors Suzanne Sindi (ssindi@ucmerced.edu) and Shilpa Khatri (skhatri3@ucmerced.edu) and consists of graduate students, postdocs and faculty in the Applied Mathematics Department and works in collaboration with several experimentalists at UC Merced and other institutions.

You can follow our activities at our Twitter Account

**Group Meeting is Held on Wednesdays 3:30-4:30 in Willow Room (COB1-322)**

**Fall 2018**Michael Stobb, Applied Mathematics Graduate Student

Topic: A local and global sensitivity analysis of a mathematical model of coagulation and platelet deposition under flow

Matea Alvarado, Applied Mathematics PhD Student at UC Merced

Eric Roberts, Applied Mathematics PhD Student at UC Merced

Ayme Tomson, Cognitive and Information Sciences PhD Student at UC Merced

Mikahl Banwarth-Kuhn, Mathematics PhD Student at UC Riverside

Fabian Santiago, Applied Mathematics PhD Student at UC Merced