Monday, November 13, 2006: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Continental 1 (Hilton San Francisco)
#34 - Multiscale Systems Biology (TA004)
A fundamental goal of systems biology is to integrate different component parts of a biological system to understand the workings of the whole. Oftentimes the whole biological system will span either multiple time or spatial scales, if not both. The goal of this session is to discuss research that allows us to better understand such multiscale systems. Papers on both experimental and computational studies are welcome.
Chair:Christina Chan
CoChair:Stas Shvartsman
8:30 AMA Multiscale Model for Cytoskeletal Mechanics
Mohammad R. K. Mofrad
8:48 AMMultiscale Simulation of Breast Cancer Tumorigensis Using Single Cell Models and Kinetic Monte Carlo
Volkan Akcelik, Lie-Quan Lee, Satyaprakash Nayak, Kwok Ko, Jeffrey D. Varner
9:06 AMIntegration of Signal Transduction in Wound Invasion
Michael Monine, Jason Haugh
9:24 AMInfectious Disease Engineering, Analysis and Simulation of Leishmania Major, a Pathogenic Trypanosomatid
Arvind K. Chavali, Jeffrey D. Whittemore, Jason A. Papin
9:42 AMIntegrated Modeling of Angiotensin II Induced Neuronal Plasticity in the Brain
Rajanikanth Vadigepalli, Dirk Fey, James S. Schwaber
10:00 AMSignal Dynamics in Sonic Hedgehog Tissue Patterning
Krishanu Saha, David V. Schaffer
10:18 AMExploring Biosynthetic Control in Lipid Metabolism
Michael C. Jewett, Intawat Nookaew, Francisco A. Pizarro, Lars I. Hellgren, Eduardo Agosin, Jens Nielsen
10:36 AMSystematically Bridging Transcriptional Regulation and Metabolic Phenotype
Joel Moxley, Michael C. Jewett, Gregory N. Stephanopoulos

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