[PDIG] Mathematical Modeling for Biology Workshop -- Mathematical modelling of cell fate decisions

June 18, 2019
BH 413

Join us Tuesday, June 18th for the next meeting of the Mathematical Modeling for Biology Workshop at 11:00am in Byers Hall 413.

As part of this workshop, we will meet up about once a month to discuss mathematical modeling for biology. Each time, we will assign a paper in mathematical modeling for the participants to read, or share mathematical modeling techniques and discuss them and their application informally. Beginners and experts are welcome to participate!

This month, we will discuss two papers (suggested by Naomi) related to Mathematical modelling of cell fate decisions:

  1. Duff, Smith-Miles, Lopes, & Tian (2012). Mathematical Modelling of Stem Cell Differentiation: The PU.1–GATA-1 Interaction. Journal of Mathematical Biology 64, 3:449–68. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00285-011-0419-3.
  2. Strasser, Hoppe, Loeffler, Kokkaliaris, Schroeder, Theis, & Marr (2018). Lineage Marker Synchrony in Hematopoietic Genealogies Refutes the PU.1/GATA1 Toggle Switch Paradigm. Nature Communications 9, 1:2697. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-018-05037-3.

Snacks will be provided!

Organized by Mariana Gómez-Schiavon & Ania-Ariadna Baetica