309 Quantitative Approaches to Disease Mechanisms & Therapies

Tuesday, October 30, 2012: 12:30 PM
Somerset East (Westin )
This session highlights applying conventional e.g., reaction and transport phenomena and emerging e.g., dynamical systems and statistical mechanics concepts from (bio)chemical engineering to aid in understanding disease mechanisms and designing therapies. Submissions that integrate experimental work with simulation and that demonstrate a clear connection between engineering fundamentals and disease pathophysiology are particularly encouraged.

Engineering Fundamentals in Life Science
Biomedical Applications of Chemical Engineering (T7)

David J. Klinke
Email: david.klinke@mail.wvu.edu

Keith B. Neeves
Email: kneeves@mines.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

12:30 PM
(309a) Modeling the Diffusive Behavior of 3D Stem Cell Migration
Joshua D. Cohen, Tyler Vlass, Dayong Chen, Ryan C. Hayward and Shelly R. Peyton

12:48 PM
File available
1:24 PM
(309d) A Control Engineering Perspective to Modeling Calcium Regulation and Related Pathologies
Christopher R. Christie, Luke E. K. Achenie and Babatunde A. Ogunnaike

2:00 PM
(309f) A Multiscale Model of Acute Insulin Resistance in Critical Illness
Ari Pritchard-Bell, Gilles Clermont, Balaji Yegneswaran and Robert S. Parker

2:18 PM
(309g) Systems Biology of Host-Pathogen Interactions
Anu Raghunathan, Sookil Shin and Simon Daefler