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There is no registration fee for MBI programs. These applications are for workshop or tutorial visitors only.
Applications received up to 10 weeks in advance will receive full consideration.


  • Workshop 6: Targeting Cancer Cell Proliferation and Metabolism Networks

    March 23 - 27, 2015
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    A fundamental property of cancer is uncontrolled cell proliferation. Much knowledge has accumulated on altered genetic and signaling networks that drive uncontrolled proliferation. Recently, there has been a resurgence of interest in the intimate... Read More

  • Workshop 7: Stem Cells, Development, and Cancer

    April 13 - 17, 2015
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    Most tissues are hierarchically organized into lineages. A lineage is a set of progenitor-progeny relationships within which progressive changes in cell character occur. Typically, lineages are traced back to a self-perpetuating stem cell (SC), and... Read More

  • CTW: Evolutionary Game Theory

    April 27 - May 1, 2015
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    Evolutionary game theory, along with replicator equations, has been applied successfully to modeling evolution of various biological or social systems, ranging from virus infection to bacteria development, from plant succession to animal breeding,... Read More

  • Workshop on Topics in Applied Dynamical Systems: Equivariance and Beyond

    May 24 - 27, 2015
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    The purpose of this four day workshop is to reflect on the current state of equivariant dynamical systems and coupled cell systems theory, focusing on a selection of interconnected research directions. The workshop will feature some of the main... Read More

  • 2015 MBI-CAMBAM-NIMBioS Summer Graduate Program: Nonlinear Dynamics in Biological Systems

    June 1 - 12, 2015
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    Quantitative bioscience is the application of mathematics, physics and numerical computations to all spheres of biology. It provides a common currency to the understanding of life at the microscopic and macroscopic level, from single molecules to... Read More

  • 2015 Summer REU Program

    June 8 - August 14, 2015
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    The goal of this MBI NSF-funded program is to introduce students to exciting new areas of mathematical biology, to involve them in collaborative research with their peers and faculty mentors, and to increase their interest in mathematical biology.... Read More

  • Spatially-varying stochastic differential equations, with application to the biological sciences

    July 6 - 10, 2015
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    In biology, ecology, and public health there has been a growth in the use of stochastic differential equations (SDEs) to model scientific phenomena over time. SDEs have the ability to simultaneously capture he known deterministic dynamics of the... Read More

  • 2015 Undergraduate Capstone Conference

    August 10 - 14, 2015
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    A student centered conference featuring talks and posters by students doing research in mathematical biology, keynotes by prominent mathematical biologists, a graduate studies recruitment fair, and other special features including a conference... Read More

  • Workshop 1: Geometric and Topological Modeling of Biomolecules

    September 28 - October 2, 2015
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    Modern biological sciences build their foundations on molecular descriptions of DNA, RNA and proteins as essential components. The molecular mechanisms of and the interactions between these components are pivotal to the fundamental secrets of life.... Read More

  • Workshop 2: Multiple Faces of Biomolecular Electrostatics

    October 12 - 16, 2015
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    Electrostatic interactions are fundamental in nature and ubiquitous in all biomolecules, including proteins, nucleic acids, lipid bilayers, sugars, etc. Electrostatic interactions are inherently of long range, which leads to computational... Read More

  • CTW: Uncertainty, Sensitivity and Predictability in Ecology: Mathematical Challenges and Ecological Applications

    October 26 - 30, 2015
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    Uncertainty underlines almost every problem in mathematical ecology, and understanding its implications leads to substantial new mathematical challenges. Issues of uncertainty arise particularly in the structure of models, as reflected by the choice... Read More

  • Workshop 3: Modeling and Computation of Transmembrane Transport

    November 16 - 20, 2015
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    All fundamental self-sustaining processes of living organisms are based on their ability to receive, process, create and transmit signals. Human sensory systems receive a vast variety of signals, including photonic, acoustic, thermal, mechanical,... Read More

  • Workshop 4: Mathematical Challenges in Drug and Protein Design

    December 7 - 11, 2015
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    Rational drug design and protein design have a profound impact to human health care. A fundamental goal is to predict whether a given molecule will bind to a biomolecule, such as a protein, so as to activate or inhibit its function, which in turn... Read More

  • Workshop 1: Dynamics in Networks with Special Properties

    January 25 - 29, 2016
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    Network structures underlie models for the dynamical descriptions and bifurcations in a wide range of biological phenomena. These include models for subcellular genomic and signaling processes, neural models at single-cell or multiple-cell level,... Read More

  • CTW: Modeling and Inference from Single Molecule to Cells

    February 8 - 12, 2016
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    Recent advances in in vitro and in vivo experimental techniques now generate data on living systems from single molecule length scales to whole cell populations and time scales not previously achievable. Concurrently, there have been significant... Read More

  • Workshop 2: The Interplay of Stochastic and Deterministic Dynamics in Networks

    February 22 - 26, 2016
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    Many advances in modern biosciences will depend on our ability to harness the vast amounts of data coming from increasingly more complicated experimental techniques by using sophisticated methods of mathematical analysis. The modeling challenges... Read More

  • Workshop 3: Generalized Network Structures and Dynamics

    March 21 - 25, 2016
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    The majority of current research efforts that explore network-based biological questions make a series of simplifying assumptions about the nature of the networks themselves. The primary purpose of such assumptions has been to enable the application... Read More

  • Workshop 4: Control and Observability of Network Dynamics

    April 11 - 15, 2016
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    Control and dynamical systems go hand in hand in biology. Dynamic networks and processes that occur on them can be used to describe many biological processes. Understanding the emergent properties of these systems, how they are influenced, and how... Read More