508 Modeling Approaches in the Life Sciences

Wednesday, November 19, 2014: 12:30 PM
214 (Hilton Atlanta)
We aim for a diverse session that demonstrates the utility of mathematical modeling of reaction, transport phenomena, and/or thermodynamics as applied to a broad array of biological systems on several length and time scales. We welcome presentations of new approaches, paradigms and/or systems for both fundamental advancement and biotechnological or medical applications. Theoretical and computational studies with an experimental component are encouraged.

Systems Biology
Food, Pharmaceutical & Bioengineering Division (15)

Benjamin J. Hackel
Email: hackel@umn.edu

Rudiyanto Gunawan
Email: rudi.gunawan@chem.ethz.ch

12:30 PM
(508a) Modeling Blood Flow Control in the Kidney
Ashlee N. Ford Versypt, Julia C. Arciero, Laura Ellwein, Elizabeth Makrides and Anita T. Layton

12:48 PM

1:42 PM
(508e) Long-Term Memory in Bacterial Chemotaxis
Pushkar Lele, Abhishek Shrivastava and Howard C. Berg

2:00 PM
(508f) A Modular Approach to Mathematically Modeling Liquid-Solute Transport in Cystic Fibrosis Airways: Toward Patient-Specific Treatment Design and Control
Matthew R. Markovetz, Timothy Corcoran, Landon Locke, Stefanie Brown, Michael M. Myerburg, Joseph M. Pilewski and Robert S. Parker

2:18 PM
(508g) Thermodynamics Based Model Analysis of Deletion Mutagenesis in Mitochondrial DNA
Lakshmi Narayanan Lakshmanan, Jan Gruber, Barry Halliwell and Rudiyanto Gunawan
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