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, May 8, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
In silico–in vitro approach to study the mechanisms of cardiac arrhythmias
Alexander V. Panfilov, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Gent University, Belgium 
Tuesday, May 1, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Pulsing Soft Corals are Novel Mesoscale Mixers
Laura Miller, Program in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 
Tuesday, April 24, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Computational Modeling of Cardiac Electromechanics
Simone Rossi, Mathematics Department, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 
Tuesday, April 10, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Stochastic Spatial Modeling of Attachment and Detachment Processes in Molecular MotorCargo Systems
Peter Kramer, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 
Tuesday, March 20, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Individualized multiple myeloma adaptive response modeling: mathematics for better treatment decisions
Guanyu Wang, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University 
Tuesday, March 6, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Mechanical positioning of multiple myonuclei in muscle cells
Angelika Manhart, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University 
Tuesday, February 27, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
What modeling and aquaporin1 can teach us about early atherosclerosis
David Rumschitzki, The City College of New York 
Tuesday, February 20, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Randomness and structure in neural representations for learning
Ashok LitwinKumar, Center for Theoretical Neuroscience, Columbia University 
Tuesday, February 13, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Next generation neural field models
Áine Byrne, Center for Neural Science, New York University 
Tuesday, February 6, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Circadian Rhythmicity of Pain Sensitivity: A FiringRate Model of Dorsal Horn Circuitry
Jennifer Crodelle, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University 
Tuesday, January 30, 201812:30PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1314
Analysis of Global Dynamics of Regulatory Networks: A Novel Mathematical Approach
Konstantin Mischaikow, Department of Mathematics, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey