Mostly Biomathematics Lunchtime Seminar
The Mostly Biomathematics Lunchtime Seminar meets on Tuesdays at 12:45pm in WWH 1314.
Seminar Organizer(s): Charles Peskin, Alex Mogilner
Past Events

Tuesday, November 27, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Roles of fluid mechanics in cell motility and polarization
Alex Mogilner, New York University, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences 
Tuesday, November 13, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Diffusivity and cooperativity in intracellular transport by nonprocessive motors
Chris Miles, New York University, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences 
Tuesday, November 6, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Stochastic modeling of blood vessel growth
Luis L. Bonilla, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Department of Materials Science and Engineering and G. Millan Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Nanoscience and Industrial Mathematics 
Tuesday, October 30, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Modeling biofilms in medical environments
Ana Carpio, Universidad Complutense de Madrid 
Tuesday, October 23, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Global Identifiability of Differential Models
Gleb Pogudin, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University 
Tuesday, October 16, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Spatial population dynamics with adaptation to a heterogeneous environment
Judith Miller, Georgetown University, Department of Mathematics and Statistics 
Tuesday, October 2, 201812:25PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
A onedimensional vessel network model for the Fontan circulation
Charles Puelz, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University 
Tuesday, September 25, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
A continuous energybased immersed boundary method with improved accuracy and applications
Ondrej Maxian, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University 
Tuesday, September 18, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Construction of a hyperelastic immersed boundary model of the human heart
Charles Puelz, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University 
Tuesday, September 11, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Genomic prediction of disease through quasiMendelian loci
Lawrence Sirovich, Rockefeller University