295 Multiscale Systems Biology

Tuesday, October 30, 2012: 12:30 PM
Crawford East (Westin )
Biological systems can span either multiple time or spatial scales, if not both. Such multiscale systems are examined using both experimental and computational techniques.

Topical A: Systems Biology

Mark P. Brynildsen
Email: mbrynild@Princeton.EDU

Hal Alper
Email: halper@che.utexas.edu

12:30 PM
(295a) Multi-Scale Agent-Based Modeling of Cancer Cell Chemotaxis within a Microfluidic Assay: Investigating the Role of Receptor Dynamics and Ligand Isoforms
S. Laura Chang, Stephen P. Cavnar, Danielle Trakimas, Shuichi Takayama, Gary D. Luker and Jennifer J. Linderman

12:48 PM
(295b) In Silico Prediction of Cancer Mechanism of Action
E. A. Whitebay, J. D. Ramsey, B. J. Neely and K. A. M. Gasem

1:42 PM

1:48 PM
(295e) Optimization Driven Identification of Genetic Perturbations Accelerating the Convergence of Model Parameters in Ensemble Modeling of Metabolic Networks
Ali R. Zomorrodi, Jimmy G Lafontaine Rivera, Thomas Wasylenko, Ali Khodayari, Gregory Stephanopoulos, James C. Liao and Costas D. Maranas

2:06 PM
(295f) Mathematical Modeling of Synaptic Vesicle Trafficking in C. Elegans
Adriana San Miguel Delgadillo, Celine Maeder, Emily Wu, Kang Shen and Hang Lu
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