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Tue 16 Oct 2018
2.30pm, WAB 563

Ruth Williams
Correlations and adaptation in enzymatic networks


Thu 8 Nov 2018
2pm, WAB 563

Ute Deichmann
Biological specificity, genetic causation, and mathematical modelling in the history of modern biology


Thu 2 Aug 2018
2.00pm, WAB 436

Alan Rendall
Models for the initiation of T cell activation


Mon 26 Mar 2018
2pm, WAB 563

Manoj Gopalkrishnan
Imagining how a cell thinks: the design of reaction network schemes that do machine learning


Wed 30 Mar 2016
3pm, Alpert 563

Konstantin Mischaikow
Dynamic signatures generated by regulatory networks


Tue 17 Nov 2015
2.30pm, Alpert 436

Heather Harrington
Parameter-free methods for comparing Wnt signaling models with data


2pm, Mon, 22 Nov
Alpert 436

P S Thiagarajan
Probabilistic approximations of bio-pathway dynamics


2.30pm, Thu, 4 Nov
Alpert 436 AND
4pm, Fri, 12 Nov
Alpert 537

Carsten Conradi
Multistationarity in mass action networks by linear inequalities


2pm, 21 June 2010
Alpert 436

Anna Philpott
Division versus differentiation during Xenopus development


11am, 29 June 2010
Alpert 563

Ron Skupsky
Control of transcriptional dynamics and heterogeneity by genomic integration


10.30am, 30 June 2010
Alpert 436

Andrew Giessel
Non-linear regulation of synaptic transmission at individual synapses in the CNS


4pm, 5 May 2010
Alpert 563

Ruth Williams
A stochastic model of coupled enzymatic degradation


4pm, 12 Nov 2008
Alpert 563

Jasmin Fisher
The executable pathway to biological networks


2pm, 5 Nov 2008
Alpert 436

Manoj Gopalkrishnan
Theoretical and experimental self-assembly


2pm, 5 March 2007
Alpert 563

Peter Hinow
A mathematical model separates quantitatively the cytostatic and cytotoxic effects of a HER2 tyrosine kinase inhibitor


3pm, 21 Feb 2007
Alpert 563

Martin Feinberg
Stability and instability in complex chemical reaction networks: the big picture


2pm, 17 October 2006
Alpert 436

Giovanni Meacci
Physical aspects of min oscillations in Escherichia coli   


2pm, 12 April 2006
Alpert 563

German Enciso
Decomposing gene networks the monotone way   


2pm, 28 March 2006
Alpert 563

Eunice Hatada
Signaling by TNF family members BLyS/BAFF and CD40L in normal and neoplastic primary B cells   


2pm, 22 March 2006
Alpert 563

Robert Endres
Precise adaptation in bacterial chemotaxis through "assistance neighborhoods"   


11am, 18 August 2005
Alpert 436

Jay Lee
State-dependent cell signaling and rise of informational complexity


11am, 16 August 2005
Alpert 436

Sudhakaran Prabakaran
A systems-based functional genomics approach to understand schizophrenia and to identify disease biomarkers


2.30pm, 21 Apr 2005
Alpert 436

Marta Kwiatkowska
Probabilistic model checking of biological processes


2.00pm, 18 April 2005
Alpert 436

Vivek Mutalik
Steady state analysis of biological regulatory networks


2.30pm, 24 Mar 2005
Alpert 436

Rina Gendelman
An integrated approach for inference and mechanistic modeling to advance drug development


2.30pm, 10 Mar 2005
Alpert 436

Glen Ko
Application of Jacobian® dynamic modeling software in systems biology


2.30pm, 17 Feb 2005
Alpert 436

Nitin Sharma
Molecular probes and peptide-based cellular delivery for imaging RNA in living cells


2.30pm, 27 Jan 2005
Alpert 436

Arman Garakani
Machine visual screening


2.00pm, 20 Jan 2005
Alpert 436

Ronojoy Ghosh
Modeling and analysis of protein signaling networks using hybrid automata


4pm, 9 June 2004
Building C 515

Yoav Freund
Using machine learning to model gene regulatory circuits in yeast


11am, 25 May 2004
Building C 515

Juan Poyatos
Evolution, Cancer and Aging: non-neutral role of replicative senescence in tissue homeostasis and tumorigenesis


3pm, 26 Mar 2004
MEC 209

Kouichi Takahashi
Simulation in systems biology


2pm, 15 Mar 2004
Cannon Room

Bud Mishra
VALIS or VANISH: a survivor's guide to computational and systems biology


11am, 12 Nov 2003
MEC 250

Martin Feinberg
Biochemical reaction network structure and the capacity for switch-like behaviour

Theorems on Biological Circuits

This is a series of one-day informal meetings, started by Uri Alon when he was a sabbatical visitor in the Department of Systems Biology. These meetings are to discuss the theorems, rather than the models, that are emerging from analysis of biochemical networks. All are welcome but the talks are aimed at those comfortable with theorems and proofs.

TBC 1, 26 Jan 2008

TBC 2, 27 Aug 2009

TBC 3, 14 Jul 2010, schedule below

TBC 4, 7 Jul 2011

Wednesday, 14 July, 2010

1000 - 1115

Manoj Gopalkrishnan
On catalysis in biochemical networks


1130 - 1245

Anne Shiu
Parametrizing multistationarity in multisite phosphorylation systems


1400 - 1515

Eduardo Sontag
Input/output approaches to the study of stability of biochemical networks


1545 - 1700

Gheorghe Craciun
Persistence and permanence in biological interaction networks

all lectures in Warren Alpert 563


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