Welcome to the Brandeis Mathematical Biology Seminar webpage. The purpose of our seminar series, started in 2019, is to bring together experimentalists and theorists. It is organized by the labs of Thomas Fai and Jonathan Touboul in the Department of Mathematics at Brandeis University, two interdisciplinary research groups applying mathematical models to biological sciences.

In Fall 2020, our MathBio Seminar runs remotely every Wednesday 11:00-12:00pm EDT via Zoom: https://brandeis.zoom.us/j/97088833036. The seminar organizer is Ying Zhang.

Each week, we host a researcher to share with us new, or even preliminary ideas (and welcome also completed works!). We encourage discussion and collaboration! Our audience is diverse, including master and grad students, faculty, applied mathematicians,  biologists, neuroscientists, (bio)physicists and chemists, to cite a few. Everybody is welcome to join the meeting and the discussion!

What’s on next?

10/28/2020: Bjorn Sandstede from the Department of Mathematics at Brown University.
Title: Connecting genotype and phenotype: three case studiesAbstract

Current semester program:

Fall 2020 Schedule – Wednesdays 11:00-12:00pm EDT

 Date  Speaker  Notes
 09/23  Elena Koslover
 10/07  Peter Thomas
 10/14  Kreso Josic
 10/28  Bjorn Sandstede
 11/11  Paul Bressloff joint with Computational Neuroscience Journal Club
 11/18  Andre Longtin  seminar starts at 10:30am

joint with Computational Neuroscience Journal Club

 12/9  Alexandra Jilkine


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