543 Modeling Approaches for Biological Phenomena I

Wednesday, November 11, 2015: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
150G (Salt Palace Convention Center)

We invite submissions that integrate mathematical modeling and quantitative experimental approaches toward the study of biological processes in microorganisms, mammalian cells, tissues, organs, and whole organisms. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to, metabolism, signal transduction, gene regulation, and population dynamics. Preference will be given to submissions that describe approaches that directly link mathematical modeling with experimental data.

Engineering Fundamentals in Life Science (15D)
Jeremiah Zartman Email: zartman.3@nd.edu
Mark P. Brynildsen Email: mbrynild@Princeton.EDU

12:30 PM
(543a) Microtubules Can Bend By Dynein-Mediated Transport Towards Transiently Pinned Locations
Anthony J.C. Ladd, Parag Rane, Ian Kent, Richard Dickinson and Tanmay Lele

12:50 PM
(543b) Patterning of Wound-Induced Intercellular Ca2+ Flashes in a Developing Epithelium
Cody Narciso, Qinfeng Wu, Pavel Brodskiy, George Garston, Alexander Fletcher, Ruth Baker and Jeremiah J. Zartman

1:30 PM
(543d) Amyloid Aggregation: Kinetics, Mechanisms and Models
Aditi Sharma, Sven H. Behrens and Andreas Bommarius

2:30 PM
(543g) Theory & Experiment for Tumor Growth, Regression & Metastasis
Adeyinka Lesi, Karim Virani, Vicky Patel, Horacio Rotstein, Richard White and David Rumschitzki
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