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Seminars for Biomathematics


Jan 12
Organizational Meeting
Biomathematics Seminar
Time: 3:05
Location: LOV 232
 
Jan 26
Tom Needham
Canceled for conflict with colloquium
Biomathematics Seminar
Time: 3:05
Location: LOV 202
Students are encouraged to attend the colloquium talk of Nick Miller instead.
 
Feb 2
Susan Rogowski
The Feedforward Loop Network Motif
Biomath Journal Club
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: Dirac 216
 
Feb 2
Camden Neese (FSU Statistics)
Cracking the Code: Rate and Phase Analysis of Neuronal Spike Trains
Biomath Seminar
Time: 3:05
Location: Love 202
The field of neural decoding studies how neurons transmit information in their electrical signals. Decoding has traditionally been dominated by a rate-oriented perspective, which largely ignores the p... More
 
Feb 9
Fan Bai
Temporal Programs and the Global Structure of Transcription Networks
Biomath Journal Club
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: Dirac 216
 
Feb 9
Audrey Nash
Temperature Dependence of Vegetative Growth and Dark Respiration: A Mathematical Model
Biomath Seminar
Time: 3:05
Location: Love 232
The Speaker will present the paper "Temperature Dependence of Vegetative Growth and Dark Respiration: A Mathematical Model" by Martin P. N. Gent and Herbert Z. Enoch.



Abstract: A mathe... More
 
Feb 16
Richard Bertram
Positive Feedback, Bistability, and Memory
Biomath Journal Club
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: Dirac 216
 
Feb 16
Margherita Ferrari (University of South Florida)
Graph Clustering for RNA Secondary Structure Analysis
Biomath Seminar
Time: 3:05
Location: LOV 232/Zoom
Unlike DNA, RNA is single stranded and folds via bonds between pairs of complementary nucleotides while it is still being synthesized from DNA. One central problem in molecular biology is understandin... More
 
Feb 23
Zachary Deskin (FSU)
A Mathematical Recommendation for Short-Term Treatment of HIV
Biomath Seminar
Time: 3:05
Location: 232
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is a virus that attacks white blood cells in our immune system, specifically the CD4+ T cells, which is used to help fight infections. It turns out that people with ... More
 
Feb 23
Nicole Bruce
How to Build a Biological Oscillator
Biomath Journal Club
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: Dirac 216
 
Mar 2
Fan Bai
Kinetic Proofreading and Conformational Proofreading
Biomath Journal Club
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: Dirac 216
 
Mar 2
Alex Elchesen and Iryna Hartsock
Topological data analysis of C. elegans locomotion and behavior
Biomath Seminar
Time: 3:05
Location: 302/Zoom
We will give a brief overview of topological data analysis and how it has been applied to biological systems. We'll then discuss work that we did applying topological data analysis to video of C. eleg... More
 
Mar 9
Naya Sawah (FSU)
Nonlinear Dynamics of Immunogenic Tumors: Parameter Estimation and Global Bifurcation Analysis
Biomath Seminar
Time: 3:05
Location: 202
The speaker will discuss the paper "Nonlinear Dynamics of Immunogenic Tumors: Parameter Estimation and Global Bifurcation Analysis" by Kuznetsov et al. The abstract of the paper is:



We ... More
 
Mar 9
Susan Rogowski
Robust Signaling by Bifunctional Components
Biomath Journal Club
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: Dirac 216
 
Mar 23
Noel Milam (FSU)
A Mathematical Model of the Pathogenesis, Prevention, and Reversal of Type 2 Diabetes
Biomath Seminar
Time: 3:05
Location: 202
The speaker will present the paper of Ha et al. The abstract of the paper follows below:



Type 2 diabetes (T2D) is generally thought to result from the combination of 2 metabolic defects... More
 
Mar 30
Tom Needham (FSU)
An Introduction to Computational Topology
Biomath Seminar
Time: 3:05
Location: LOV 107
This will be a joint seminar with the Undergraduate Mathematics Major Seminar. Note the room change.
 
Apr 6
Mehran Fazli
Dynamical Compensation and Mutant Resistance in Tissues
Biomath Journal Club
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: Dirac 216
 
Apr 13
Nicole Bruce
Robust Spatial Patterning in Development
Biomath Journal Club
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: Dirac 216
 
Apr 13
Mao Nishino (FSU Mathematics)
Subthreshold Dynamics in Periodically Stimulated Squid Giant Axons
Biomath Seminar
Time: 3:05
Location: 202
Action potentials resulting from periodic stimulation of nerve axons occur at intervals that are irregular at moderate stimulation frequencies. Histograms of the intervals are multimodal, as seen in s... More
 
Apr 20
Brooke Haywood
The Input Functions of Genes: Michaelis–Menten and Hill Equations
Biomath Journal Club
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: Dirac 216