MathBioSys Annual Meeting 2022

Date & Time

The NSF-Simons Research Centers for Mathematics of Complex Biological Systems (MathBioSys) initiative created innovative, collaborative research centers at the intersection of mathematics and molecular, cellular, and organismal biology, establishing new connections between mathematical sciences and biological sciences and promoting interdisciplinary education and workforce training. The annual meeting will cover recent progress and provide an arena for discussion and engagement.

NSF-Simons Southeast Center for Mathematics and Biology – Georgia Institute of Technology
Heitsch, Christine — PI/Director
Lu, Hang — Co-I/Associate Director

NSF-Simons Center for Mathematical and Statistical Analysis of Biology – Harvard University
Murray, Andrew — PI/Chair and Center Director

NSF-Simons Center for Multiscale Cell Fate Research – University of California, Irvine
Nie, Qing – PI/Director

NSF-Simons Center for Quantitative Biology – Northwestern University
Carthew, Richard W. — PI/Center Director

Speakers List:
Christine Heitsch, Georgia Institute of Technology
Hang Lu, Georgia Institute of Technology
Asja Radja, Harvard University
Gautam Reddy, Harvard University
Qing Nie, University of California, Irvine
Arthur Lander, University of California, Irvine
Madhav Mani, Northwestern University
Antonio Auffinger, Northwestern University

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    Thursday, April 7

    9:30 AM Christine Heitsch | What Happens When Theory and Data Stop Being Polite and Start Getting Real
    11:00 AMHang Lu | A Southeast Center for Mathematics and Biology
    1:00 PMQing Nie | Multiscale Spatiotemporal Analysis of Single-Cell Genomics data
    2:30 PMArthur Lander | The Fragility of Controlled Growth
    4:00 PMAsja Radja | Deciphering the physical rules of biological patterns: how marine glass skeletons form from biological foams

    Friday, April 8

    9:30 AMGautam Reddy | Predictability and randomness in phenotypic evolution
    11:00 AM Antonio Auffinger | Dimension Reduction via Stochastic Network Embeddings — Theory and Challenges
    1:00 PMMadhav Mani | Geometry as Destiny: The Language of Embryos
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