Legend / Color-coding:
- MEPI (Mathematical Epidemiology)
- CDEV (Cell and Developmental Biology)
- EDUC (Education)
- IMMU (Immunobiology and Infection)
- NEUR (Mathematical Neuroscience)
- MFBM (Methods for Biological Modeling)
- POPD (Population Dynamics, Ecology & Evolution)
- ONCO (Mathematical Oncology)
- OTHE (Other)
Coffee with friends & colleagues
Deirdre Hollingsworth, Oxford Big Data Institute, @DeirdreHoll
Mathematical Epidemiology Subgroup
Sub-group minisymposia (9:30-11:00am)
CDEV: Subgroup Contributed Talks (9:30-11:00am)
- Leonie van Steijn Leiden University "Regulation of persistent cell migration by the extracellular matrix"
- Emine Atici Endes Heriot-Watt University "Modelling Scratch Wound Healing Assay using an Improved Non-local Equation"
- Bradford Peercy University of Maryland, Baltimore County "A Minimal Model for STAT regulation in Initiation of Clustered Border Cell Migration"
- Ulrich Dobramysl University of Cambridge "Sensing and triangulation of chemical gradients"
- Dimitris Goussis Khalifa University, UAE "Endogenous and exogenous IgG competing for FcRn receptors: multi-scale analysis"
IMMU: Immunobiology and Infection Minisymposium (9:30-11:00am)
- Rob de Boer Universiteit Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands "Why do some populations of cells accumulate deuterium faster than lose it?"
- Katia Koelle Emory University, Atlanta, GA, USA "Considering the consequences of cellular coinfection in within-host viral dynamics and modeling"
- Carmen Molina Paris University of Leeds, Leeds, UK "A stochastic Model of Infection: Francisella T ularensis"
- Catherine Weathered Purdue University, West Lafayette "Mycobacterium Avium infection in the lungs: effects of bacterial phenotype and biofilm"
MEPI: Modeling COVID-19 to inform control efforts, Part II (9:30-11:00am)
- Annelies Wilder-Smith Umea University "COVID-19 Outbreak on the Diamond Princess Cruise Ship: Estimating the Epidemic Potential and Effectiveness of Public Health Countermeasures"
- Samuel Clifford LSHTM "Can traveller interventions delay a local outbreak?"
- Jonathan Dushoff McMaster University "Time distributions and coronavirus control"
- Caroline Colijn Simon Fraser University "Modelling and estimation for COVID19: classic estimates of key parameters and the role of genomic data"
MFBM: Topological and network analyses for data (9:30-11:00am)
- Maria-Veronica Ciocanel Duke University, United States, firstname.lastname@example.org "Ring Channel Dynamics using Topological Data Analysis"
- John Lagergren NC State, United States, email@example.com "Biologically-informed neural networks guide mechanistic modeling from sparse experimental data"
- John Nardini NC State, United States, firstname.lastname@example.org "Analyzing Collective Motion with Machine Learning and Topology"
- Adelie Garin EPFL, Switzerland, email@example.com "Topological Data Analysis for (biological) image analysis"
ONCO: Multiscale models of cancer heterogeneity, with applications in drug development and precision medicine (9:30-11:00am)
- Matthias Reuss Stuttgart Research Center Systems Biology, University of Stuttgart "Spatial-temporal multiscale modelling and simulation of vascular tumour growth - development of new multicellular simulators based on structural consistency between model and computer architecture"
- Holger Perfahl Stuttgart Research Center Systems Biology, University of Stuttgart "Hybrid Modelling of Transarterial Chemoembolisation Therapies (TACE) for Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC)"
- Samuel Handelman Internal Medicine, University of Michigan "Incorporation of morphological features to inverse problems in high-content screening of anti-cancer therapies"
- Harsh Jain Mathematics, Florida state University "A Standing Variation Model of Prostate Cancer Response to Live Cell Vaccination"
OTHE: Eco-evolutionary dynamics across scales of organisation (9:30-11:00am)
- Paula Vasconcelos Uppsala "How does joint evolution of consumer traits affect resource specialization?"
- Lynn Govaert Eawag "Towards an integrated theory of eco-evolutionary communities"
- Charles Mullon Lausanne "Eco-evolutionary dynamics under non-random interactions"
- Josep Sardanyés CRM Barcelona "Dynamics of cooperation: from origins of life to ecosystems"
POPD: Mathematical models of evolutionary rescue (9:30-11:00am)
- Stephan Peischl University of Berne "The effect of gene flow on evolutionary rescue"
- Robert Noble ETH Zurich "The logic of containing tumours"
- Mario Santer Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology "Evolutionary Rescue and Drug Resistance on Multicopy Plasmids"
- Jacek Miękisz University of Warsaw "Evolution of populations with strategy- dependent time delays"
15 minute break (11:00-11:15am)
Sub-group minisymposia (11:15am)
CDEV: Shapes, patterns, and forces in development biology (11:15am-12:45pm)
- Steffen Rulands Max Planck Institute "Setting up the epigenome: a collective phenomenon"
- Alessandra Bonfanti University of Cambridge "Characterising the rheology of soft tissues using Fractional Viscoelastic models"
- Mathias Sonja Uppsala University "Impact of force function formulations on the numerical simulation of center-based models"
- Clinton Durney UBC "Quantifying cellular contributions to salivary gland tubulogenesis"
IMMU: Immunobiology and Infection Minisymposium (11:15am-12:45pm)
- Cristian van Dorp Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM, USA "Stochastic viral dynamics modeling of time series from HIV-1 cure experiments in macaque and mouse models"
- Stanca Ciupe Virginia Tech, Department of Mathematics, Blacksburg, VA, USA "Understanding the antiviral effects of RNAi-based therapy on chronic hepatitis B infection"
- Ruy Ribeiro Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal "How do CD8+ T cells control HIV infection?"
- Eva Stadler University of New South Wales, Sydney "Heterogeneity in the risk of latent malaria parasite reactivation explains the timing and pattern of infection recurrences in (Plasmodium vivax) malaria endemic settings"
MEPI: COVID-19 Contributed Talks II (11:15am-12:45pm)
- Nicholas Steyn University of Auckland "The effect of border controls on the risk of COVID-19 re-incursion in New Zealand"
- Lin Wang University of Cambridge "Serial interval of SARS-CoV-2 was substantially shortened over time by non-pharmaceutical interventions"
- Louise Dyson University of Warwick "The impact of contact networks upon SARS-CoV-2 transmission in workplaces and universities"
- Robin Thompson University of Oxford "Mathematical modelling in the earliest stages of the COVID-19 pandemic"
MFBM: Topological and network analyses for data (11:15am-12:45pm)
- Samuel Heroy University of Oxford, United Kingdom, firstname.lastname@example.org "Rigidity percolation in random rod networks"
- Yu-Min Chung UNC Greensboro, United States, email@example.com "On the morphology of mitochondria via a multi-parameter persistent homology approach"
- Alexandria Volkenning Northwestern University, United States, firstname.lastname@example.org "Topological data analysis of zebrafish skin patterns"
- Ashish Raj UCSF, United States, email@example.com "Inference on models of network spread and protein aggregation in Alzheimer’s and dementia"
ONCO: Data-based modeling in cancer research with focus on clinical applications (11:15am-12:45pm)
- David Cheek Program for Evolutionary Dynamics, Harvard University "DNA sequence evolution in the Yule process"
- Christoph Engel Institute for Medical Informatics, Statistics and Epidemiology (IMISE), University of Leipzig "Utility of specialized clinical registries for knowledge-generating care in oncology: Results from two large German consortia on hereditary cancer predisposition syndromes"