Monday, November 5, 2007: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Room 255 C (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Engineering Fundamentals in Life Science (15e)

#36 - Modeling, Analysis and Control in Biomedicine (15E16)
Papers are sought that address modeling, control, and analysis approaches to problems in biomedical engineering and the life sciences. Experimental, theoretical, and computational contributions are encouraged. Scales of interest range from the intracellular to the organism-level, depending on the manner in which the systems problem is posed. Suitable topics include, but are not limited to, (non)linear modeling of dynamical biosystems including signal transduction pathways, control-relevant modeling, and open- and closed-loop analysis of biomedical control systems.
Chair:Robert S. Parker
Cochairs:Rajanikanth Vadigepalli
Kris Chan
CoSponsor(s):Bioengineering (15c)
8:30 AMIntegration Of Dynamic Contrast MRI Images Into Tumor Cord Models To Simulate Patient Dependent Tumor Heterogeneity
Raja Venkatasubramanian, Michael A. Henson, Neil S. Forbes
8:55 AMA Structured Model of Rbc Differentiation for Predicting 6MP Efficacy in Childhood All
Eric Sherer, Robert E. Hannemann, Ann Rundell, Doraiswami Ramkrishna
9:20 AMModelling of Cell Division and Proliferation Control in Eukaryotic Cell Populations
Mark A. Pinto, Charles D. Immanuel
9:45 AMMechano-Electric Stabilization of Cardiac Alternans
Stevan Dubljevic, Kai-Jye Lou
10:10 AMPre-Filtering The Insulin Input Improves The Quality Of Empirical Models Identified From Clinical Type 1 Diabetes Data
Daniel A. Finan, Cesar C. Palerm, Howard Zisser, Wendy C. Bevier, Lois Jovanovic, Francis J. Doyle III, Dale E. Seborg
10:35 AMRevisiting Beta Cell Destruction At The Onset Of Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
David Klinke

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