Time & Location

Speaker and Title 

Jan 14 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
German Encisco, Special Talk Dept of Systems Biology, Harvard Medical School Switches, oscillations, and the dynamics of monotone dynamical systems 
Jan 17 (Thurs) 
2:00 pm 657 CAB 
Anmar Khadra, Special Talk Dept of Mathematics, U. of British Columbia Part 1: Modeling the Pulsatile Secretion of Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone (GnRH) by Synchronized GnRH Neurons Part 2: Low Avidity Versus High Avidity TCells: Their Role in the Progression & Treatment of T1D 2 
Jan 21 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Daniel Coombs, Special Talk Dept of Mathematics, U. of British Columbia Mathematical approaches to understanding T cell activation by specific antigen 
Jan 28 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Rafael Meza, Special Talk Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Seattle, Washington Mathematical Modeling of Colon Carcinogenesis 
Feb 1 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Adriana Dawes, Special Talk Center for Cell Dynamics, University of Washington Mathematical modelling of intracellular polarization 
Feb 4 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Subhash Lele University of Alberta Data cloning: easy maximum likelihood estimation for complex ecological models using Bayesian Markov chain Monte Carlo methods 
Feb 11 
3:00 pm 281 CAB 
Gustavo Carrero Athabasca University Mathematical analysis of FRAP data reveals a differential response of histone H1 variants to the anticancer drug TSA 
Feb 25 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Petro Babak University of Alberta The effect of wind on the propagation of forest fires 
Mar 3 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Omer Dushek University of British Columbia Analysis of membranelocalized binding kinetics with FRAP 
Mar 10 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Heiko Enderling Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston An insilico model of early tumor development dynamics  implications for treatment design 
Mar 17 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Lev Idels Malaspina University College, Nanaimo Mathematical Models of Marine Protected Areas 
Mar 31 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Troy Day, Queens University The Evolutionary Biology of Autoimmune Disease 
Apr 1 
3:30 p.m. CAB 657 
E.A.Johnson University of Calgary Joint AMI / PIMS MathBio Seminar Connecting wildfire to tree population dynamics 
Apr 7 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Amos BenZvi University of Alberta Identifiability and Control of Biological Systems 
May 23 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Joint AMI / MathBio Seminar 
Time & Location

Speaker and Title 

Sept 17 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Herb Freedman 
Sept 24 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Youssef Belhamadia Campus SaintJean, University of Alberta Numerical modeling of moving interface involved in biomedical problems 
Oct 1 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Thomas Hillen 
Oct 15 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Michael Sieber University of Osnabrueck, Germany Coherence resonance and pattern formation in an ecoepidemiological model with noise 
Oct 22 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
MariaRita D'Orsogna California State University at Northridge Patterns, stability and collapse for twodimensional biological swarms 
Oct 29 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Luca Giuggioli Princeton Anomalous diffusion in animal movements: theoretical models and data analysis 
Nov 5 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
David Campbell Simon Fraser University Estimating Parameters from Differential Equation Models 
Nov 19 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Andrew Edwards Pacific Biological Station, DFO Nanaimo Revisiting Lévy flight search patterns of wandering albatrosses, bumblebees and deer 
Nov 26 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Tomas de Camino Beck University of Alberta A user's guide to R_{0} (net reproductive rate) 
Dec 3 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
James Sneyd University of Auckland Mathematics may be the Queen, but Biology is her intimate friend 
Dec 10 
3:00 pm 657 CAB 
Joel Miller British Columbia Centre for Disease Control Predicting the size and probability of epidemics on networks 
Contact: Dr. Caroline Bampfylde
Centre for Mathematical Biology
Dept. of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
University of Alberta
cbampfylde@math.ualberta.ca : 780.492.0215