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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.
2018 Capstone ConferenceAugust 6 - 9, 2018
The MBI Capstone Conference is a student-centered conference featuring talks and posters by students doing research in the mathematical biosciences, keynote talks by prominent mathematical biologists, a graduate studies recruitment event, panels on... Read More
CTW: Collective Behavior and Emergent Phenomena in BiologySeptember 10 - 12, 2018
This CTW is a collaborative workshop for researchers and students with research interests in collective behavior and emergent phenomena in biology and its applications. The participants will be organized into interdisciplinary teams according to... Read More
Workshop 1: Family-based Genomic StudiesSeptember 17 - 19, 2018
The field of Genetic Epidemiology has historically focused on the inheritance of genetic factors and phenotypes within families. However, the increase in ever improving technologies brought a shift from familial study designs to genome wide... Read More
Workshop 2: Math and the MicrobiomeOctober 10 - 12, 2018
From the bacteria in our guts, to microbes involved in biodegradation and crop growth, to viruses in the ocean, some of Earth’s tiniest organisms play some of the most important roles in global health, food production, and climate change.... Read More
Workshop 3: Modeling and Analysis of Dynamic Social NetworksNovember 7 - 9, 2018
In recent years, the focus of social network theory in behavioral ecology and the social sciences has shifted to understanding the dynamics of social networks. Data analytical methods such as relational state models and others have been used to... Read More
2018 Summer REU ProgramJune 18 - August 3, 2018
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