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NIMBioS 2011 Event Calendar Archive
  January 2011
Jan 1-31 Jay Clark is NIMBioS' Songwriter-in-Residence for January.
Jan 8-10 NIMBioS Working Group: Cross-Topology Registration, 2nd meeting
Jan 11-15 NIMBioS Working Group: Food Web Dynamics, 2nd meeting
Jan 12 *NIMBioS Tuesday Seminar: **Mark Kirkpatrick, T.S. Painter Centennial Professor, Section of Integrative Biology, Univ. of Texas, Austin
Chromosome evolution under local adaptation and sexual conflict
Jan 19-21 NIMBioS Investigative Workshop: Solid Tumor Modeling, including a Virtual Poster Session.
Jan 23-25 NCMI/NIMBioS Workshop: Modeling Infectious Disease
Jan 25 *NIMBioS Tuesday Seminar: Dr. Tony Jhwueng, NIMBioS Postdoctoral Fellow
Modeling phylogenetic comparative methods with hybridization
Jan 31-Feb 1 NIMBioS Working Group: Modeling Bovine Tuberculosis, 2nd meeting
  February 2011
Jan 31-Feb 1 NIMBioS Working Group: Modeling Bovine Tuberculosis, 2nd meeting
Feb 8 *NIMBioS Tuesday Seminar: Cristina Lanzas, Epidemiology, Univ. of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medici ne
Topic: Transmission and control of foodborne pathogens at preharvest
Feb 10-12 NIMBioS Working Group: Ecology of Niche Variation, 3rd meeting
Feb 22 *NIMBioS Tuesday Seminar:Emily Moran, NIMBioS P ostdoctoral Fellow
Topic: Community genetics and global change: Effects of tree genotype and atmospheric pollutants on population and community dynamics< /a>
  March 2011
Mar 1 *NIMBioS Tuesday Seminar: **Peter Hammerstein, Institute for Theoretical Biology, Humboldt University, Berlin
Topic: Manipulative strategies and their evolution
Mar 8 *NIMBioS Tuesday Seminar: **Mark McPeek, David T. McLaughlin Distinguished Professor of Biological Sciences, Dartmouth
Topic: Climate change and how we got the biota we have today
Mar 16-18 NIMBioS Tutorial: Stochastic Modeling in Biology
Mar 22 *NIMBioS Tuesday Seminar: Fred Adler, Depts. of Mathematics and Biology, Univ. of Utah
Topic: The virtues of waiting, procrastinating and avoiding conflict
  April 2011
Apr 1-30 Timothy Sellers, lead singer of Artichoke is NIMBioS' Songwriter-in-Residence for April.
Apr 5 *NIMBioS Tuesday Seminar: Karen Page, NIMBioS Sabbatical Fellow, Dept. of Mathematics, University College London
Topic: Developmental and evolutionary dynamics
Apr 11-13 NIMBioS Investigative Workshop: Synchrony in Biological Systems Across Scales
Apr 14-20 NIMBioS Working Group: Modeling Forest Insects, 3rd meeting
Apr 26-28 NIMBioS Working Group: Optimal Control for Agent-based Models, 1st meeting
  May 2011
May 1-31 Kay Stanton, who sings vocals and plays bass, keyboard and guitar with Casper and the Cookies, is NIMBioS' Songwriter-in-Residence for May.
May 9-11 NIMBioS Tutorial: Migration from the Desktop: HPC application of R and other codes for biological research
May 9-11 NIMBioS Working Group: Multi-scale analysis of cortical networks, 2nd meeting
May 16-18
May 16-18 NIMBioS Working Group: Multiscale Modeling of the Life Cycle of Toxoplasma gondii, 1st meeting
May 18-21 NIMBioS Tutorial: Multi-cell, Multi-scale Modeling
May 31-Jul 22 Research Experiences for undergraduates (REU) and veterinary students (REV)
  June 2011
May 31-Jul 22 Research Experiences for undergraduates (REU) and veterinary students (REV)
Jun 8-10 NIMBioS Investigative Workshop: Individual-based Ecology of Microbes – Observations and Modeling
Jun 15-17 NIMBioS Investigative Workshop: Malaria Modeling and Control
  July 2011
May 31-Jul 22 Research Experiences for undergraduates (REU) and veterinary students (REV)
Jul 6-8 NIMBioS Investigative Workshop: Modeling Johne's Disease
Jul 12-15 NIMBioS Investigative Workshop: Mathematical Modeling of Metabolism and Body Weight Regulation
Jul 25-Aug 5 Joint 2011 MBI-NIMBioS-CAMBAM Summer Graduate Program
  August 2011
Jul 25-Aug 5 Joint 2011 MBI-NIMBioS-CAM BAM Summer Graduate Program
Aug 1-3 NIMBioS Investigative Workshop: Modeling Renal Hemodynamics
Aug 10-12 NIMBioS Working Group: Gene Tree Reconciliation, 2nd meeting
Aug 15-16 NIMBioS Working Group: Feral Swine/Pseudorabies, 4th meeting
  September 2011
Sep 1 Deadline for requests for support for Working Groups, Investigative Workshops, Postdoctoral Fellows, Sabbatical Fellows, and Short-term Visitors
Sep 6
3:30 p.m.
*NIMBioS Seminar. Topic: A local analysis of symmetry breaking with applications to HeLa cell polarization: Theory and experiment. Speaker: William Holmes (Mathematics, Postdoctoral Fellow, Univ. of British Columbia). Co-sponsored with UT Math Dept.
Sep 12-15 NIMBioS Working Group: 'Pretty Darn Good' Control: Extensions of optimal control for ecological systems, 1st meeting
Sep 13
3:30 p.m.
*NIMBioS Seminar. Topic: Timescales, multiple stable points, and tipping points. Speaker: Alan Hastings (Environmental Science and Policy, UC Davis)
Sep 15
3:30 p.m.
NIMBioS Seminar, cosponsored with Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy. Location: Toyota Auditorium, Baker Center Topic: The role of bioeconomic modeling in the design and analysis of ecosystem based management policies. Speaker: James Sanchirico (Environmental Science and Policy, Univ. of California Davis)
Sep 22-24 NIMBioS Working Group: Species Delimitation, 2nd meeting
Sep 26-27 NIMBioS Working Group: Suction Feeding Biomechanics, 1st meeting
Sep 27
3:30 p.m.
*NIMBioS Seminar. Topic: Using a matrix population model to understand the short and long-term consequences of wild plants harvest Speaker: Orou Gaoue (NIMBioS Postdoctoral Fellow)
  October 2011
Oct 11
3:30 p.m.
*NIMBioS Seminar. Topic: Non-random dispersal in intraguild predation communities Speaker: Dan Ryan (NIMBioS Postdoctoral Fellow)
Oct 13-17 NIMBioS Working Group: Modeling Forest Insects, 4th meeting
Oct 20-21 NIMBioS Advisory Board Meeting
Oct 21-22 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics
Oct 24-26 NIMBioS Investigative Workshop: Modeling Intracellular Movements
  November 2011
Nov 8
3:30 p.m.
*NIMBioS Seminar. Topic: On the number of binary characters needed to recover a phylogeny using maximum parsimony Speaker: Juanjuan (JJ) Chai (NIMBioS Postdoctoral Fellow)
Nov 9-11 NIMBioS Investigative Workshop: Modeling Free-roaming Cats an d Rabies
Nov 22
3:30 p.m.
*NIMBioS Seminar. Topic: Backward bifurcation and periodic oscillations in model for the dymamics of malaria transmission Speaker: Calistus Ngonghala (NIMBioS Postdoctoral Fellow)
Nov 30-Dec 2 NIMBioS Working Group: Play, Evolution, and Sociality, 1st meeting
  December 2011
Nov 30-Dec 2 NIMBioS Working Group: Play, Evolution, and Socia lity, 1st meeting
Dec 11 Deadline for requests for support for Postdoctoral Fellows (Descriptive flyer)
Dec 13-14 NIMBioS Working Group: Modeling Bovine Tuberculosis, 3rd meeting
Dec 13-15 NIMBioS Working Group: Optimal Control for Agent-based Models, 2nd meeting
 
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