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Annual Program Workshop
Quantitative Approaches to Cell Motility and Chemotaxis
Date Title / Speaker
May 28, 2008 Developmental Regulation of Cell Motility
Denise Montell (Johns Hopkins University)
Annual Program Workshop
May 28, 2008 Effects of Nonequilibrium Processes on Actin Dynamics and Force Generation
Anders Carlsson (Washington University)
Annual Program Workshop
May 28, 2008 Computational Modeling of Invadopodia-ECM Interactions
Alissa Weaver (Vanderbilt University)
Annual Program Workshop
May 27, 2008 Actin Organization at the Cell Edge: Mechanism for Formation of Lamellipodium -Lamellum Interface
Michael Kozlov (Tel Aviv University)
Annual Program Workshop
May 27, 2008 New Methods to Study Motile Phenomena
Ken Jacobson (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Annual Program Workshop
May 27, 2008 Modular Control of Growth Factor Triggered by Endothelial Sheet Migration
Tobias Meyer (Stanford University)
Annual Program Workshop
Design Principles in Biological Systems
Date Title / Speaker
April 25, 2008 Wrap-up discussion Annual Program Workshop
April 25, 2008 Evo-devo and the Syntactic and Semantic 'Design Features' of Human Language
Robert Berwick (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Annual Program Workshop
April 25, 2008 Predicting Quntitative Diversification of Multicellular Phenotype
Anand Asthagiri (California Institute of Technology)
Annual Program Workshop
April 24, 2008 Spontaneous Participants' Presentations
David Dill (Stanford University), Jeffery Saven (University of Pennsylvania), Eduardo Sontag (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey), Jin Wang (The State University of New York)
Annual Program Workshop
April 24, 2008 Putting a Round Worm in a Square Hole
Craig Hunter (Harvard University)
Annual Program Workshop
April 24, 2008 Design Principles in Synthetic Biology
Chris Myers (The University of Utah)
Annual Program Workshop
April 24, 2008 Cellular Information Processing in the Face of Promiscuity and Sloppiness
Christopher Myers (Cornell University)
Annual Program Workshop
April 24, 2008 Engineering Theory of Neuronal Shape
Dmitri Chklovskii (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory)
Annual Program Workshop
April 23, 2008 Philosophy of Biology: Function/Design: I
Robert Cummins (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Annual Program Workshop
April 23, 2008 Reverse Engineering the Lordosis Behavior Neuronal Circuit
Donald Pfaff (Rockefeller University)
Annual Program Workshop
April 23, 2008 Design Principles in the Evolution of Animal Communication
W. Tecumseh Fitch (University of St. Andrews)
Annual Program Workshop
Hot Topics Workshop
Stochastic Models for Intracellular Reaction Networks
Date Title / Speaker
May 13, 2008 Closing plenary talk: Metabolic engineering and metabolic modeling: where do we go

from here?




James Liao (University of California, Los Angeles)
Hot Topics Workshop
May 13, 2008 Inferring an underlying reaction network from the data
Grzegorz Rempala (University of Louisville)
Hot Topics Workshop
May 13, 2008 Bayesian inference for stochastic intracellular reaction network

models

Darren Wilkinson (University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
Hot Topics Workshop
May 13, 2008 Stochastic aspects of actin filament dynamics




Hans Othmer (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Hot Topics Workshop
May 13, 2008 Multiscale models for synthetic biology
Yiannis Kaznessis (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Hot Topics Workshop
May 13, 2008 Stochastic oscillations in small genetic networks
Lev Tsimring (University of California)
Hot Topics Workshop
May 12, 2008 Part II:

Homotopy methods for counting reaction network equilibria

Ruth Williams (University of California, San Diego)
Hot Topics Workshop
May 12, 2008 Part I: Local and global stability of biochemical reaction network dynamics


Gheorghe Craciun (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Hot Topics Workshop
May 12, 2008 An introduction to discrete-event simulation
Peter Glynn (Stanford University), Peter Haas (IBM Research Division)
Hot Topics Workshop
May 12, 2008 Subdiffusion and reaction networks in biophysics
Samuel Kou (Harvard University)
Hot Topics Workshop
May 11, 2008 Analyzing stochastic models




Thomas Kurtz (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Hot Topics Workshop
May 11, 2008 Models and measures of virus growth and infection

spread

John Yin (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Hot Topics Workshop
May 11, 2008 Opening plenary talk: Stochastic analysis is the fundamental tool for understanding

biological function


Michael Reed (Duke University)
Hot Topics Workshop

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