199 Modeling Approaches for Biological Phenomena

Monday, November 17, 2014: 3:15 PM
205 (Hilton Atlanta)
We invite submissions that apply mathematical modeling to the study of biological processes in microorganisms, mammalian cells, tissues, organs, and whole organisms. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to, metabolism, quorum sensing, signal transduction, protein trafficking, and gene regulation. Preference will be given to submissions that describe novel modeling approaches and directly link mathematical modeling with experimental data.

Engineering Fundamentals in Life Science (15D)

Mark P. Brynildsen
Email: mbrynild@Princeton.EDU

Yonghyun (John) Kim
Email: ykim@eng.ua.edu

3:33 PM
(199b) Towards Personalized Treatments for Leukemia Based on Cell Cycle Heterogeneity: An Experimental/Modeling Approach
Maria Fuentes-Gari, Ruth Misener, David Garcia-Munzer, Eirini Velliou, Michael C. Georgiadis, Margaritis Kostoglou, Nicki Panoskaltsis, Efstratios N. Pistikopoulos and Athanasios Mantalaris

3:51 PM
(199c) Cell Size Patterns Wound-Induced Intercellular Ca2+ Flashes in a Developing Epithelium
Alexander Fletcher, Cody Narciso, George Garston, Qinfeng Wu, Ruth Baker and Jeremiah J. Zartman

4:27 PM

4:33 PM
(199e) Developing Novel Tools Toward β-Amyloid-Neuron Interaction Discovery
Natasha P. Wilson, Mariajose Castellanos and Theresa A. Good

4:51 PM
(199f) Metabolic Modeling of an Escherichia coli Cell-Free Glycoprotein Synthesis System
Joseph A. Wayman, Michael C. Jewett, Matthew P. DeLisa and Jeffery D. Varner

5:09 PM
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