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NIMBioS Visitor Calendar 2015

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Dates Visitor Affiliation Project Collaborators
  January 2015
1/23 - 1/25 Ryan Norris Univ. of Guelph Migratory Habitat WG Migratory Habitat WG
1/23 - 1/25 Paula Federico Capital Univ. Migratory Habitat WG Migratory Habitat WG
1/23 - 1/25 John Fryxell Univ. of Guelph Migratory Habitat WG Migratory Habitat WG
1/23 - 1/25 Ruscena Wiederholt Univ. of Arizona Migratory Habitat WG Migratory Habitat WG
1/23 - 1/25 Christine Sample Emmanuel College Migratory Habitat WG Migratory Habitat WG
1/23 - 1/25 Julia Earl Oklahoma State Univ. Migratory Habitat WG Migratory Habitat WG
1/29 - 1/30 Kamuela YongMathematics & Statistical Sciences, Arizona State Univ. Suzanne Lenhart, NIMBioS Postdocs
  February 2015
2/7 - 2/17 Laura Saila Dept of Geosciences and Geography, Univ. of Helsinki integrating phylogenetic supertrees and biogeographic modeling Nick Matzke
2/8 - 2/10 Michael Lynch Biology, Indiana Univ. NIMBioS Seminar Talk NIMBioS Postdocs
2/9 - 2/13 Stacy Kreuger-Hadfield Biology, College of Charleston Generating guidelines for population genomic sampling of haploid-diploid populations Sean Hoban
2/10 - 2/13 Alan de Queiroz Univ. of Nevada, Reno Advancing models of dispersal in historical biogeography Nick Matzke
  March 2015
3/8 - 3/12 Laurent ExcoffierInstitute of Ecology and Evolution, Univ. of BernNIMBioS Seminar Series
3/24 - 3/26 Kehinde Rilwan SalauUniv. of Arizona NIMBioS Postdocs, Suzanne Lenhart
3/25 - 3/26 Jennifer DunneSanta Fe InstituteEcological networks: a framework for studying sustainability NIMBioS Postdocs, Paul Armsworth
3/27 - 4/11 Gwen IaconaUniv. of QueenslandContracting mechanisms in a multiplayer game of funding biodiversity conservationPaul Armsworth
  April 2015
3/27 - 4/11 Gwen IaconaUniv. of QueenslandContracting mechanisms in a multiplayer game of funding biodiversity conservationPaul Armsworth
4/7 - 4/27 Fabiola Soto-TrejoUniversidad Nacional Autonoma de MexicoProbabilistic inference of the biogeographic history of Brickellia (Asteraceae, Eupatorieae)Nick Matzke, Katie Massana, Ed Schilling
4/19 - 4/22 Mats GyllenbergUniv. of HelsinkiFunctional responses and how they evolve by natural selectionSergey Gavrilets, Louis Gross
4/22 - 4/25 Alexey SurnovDresden University of TechnologyMathematical Modeling of Lymphocyte Dynamics and CompetitionSergey Gavrilets
  May 2015
5/9 - 5/15 Chris BakerThe University of MelbourneOptimal control of invasive species eradication using multiple control methodsPaul Armsworth
5/14 - 6/14 Guihong FanColumbus State UniversityOptimal control of vector populations in vector-borne diseasesSuzanne Lenhart
  June 2015
5/14 - 6/14 Guihong FanColumbus State UniversityOptimal control of vector populations in vector-borne diseasesSuzanne Lenhart
6/1 - 6/5 John HopkinsUniv. of California, San DiegoIntegrating proportional diet estimates and population dynamics to improve inferences of the functional responseJake Ferguson
6/1/15 - 5/31/16 Charles PriceBiology, Univ. of Western AustraliaUnderstanding the physical drivers of allometric patterns in treesSabbatical Researcher
6/4 - 6/6 Adriane LamGeological Sciences, Ohio Univ.Modeling dispersal pathways of the Late Ordovician Richmondian InvasionNick Matzke
6/4 - 6/7 Maria LeiteMath & Stats, Univ. South FloridaMaximizing harvesting profit and minimize insect outbreak disturbances in forestsFolashade Agusto, Benito Chen
6/4 - 6/7 Benito ChenMath, Univ. of Texas, ArlingtonMaximizing harvesting profit and minimize insect outbreak disturbances in forestsFolashade Agusto, Maria Leite
6/4 - 6/7 Folashade AgustoMath, Austin Peay Univ.Maximizing harvesting profit and minimize insect outbreak disturbances in forestsBenito Chen, Maria Leite
6/21 - 6/28 David GurarieMath & Stats, Case Western Reserve Univ.Within-host parasite-immune dynamics for multi-strain malaria infection: evolution of virulence and malaria therapy data analysisVitaly Ganusov
  July 2015
6/1/15 - 5/31/16 Charles PriceBiology, Univ. of Western AustraliaUnderstanding the physical drivers of allometric patterns in treesSabbatical Researcher
7/13 - 7/16 Allan StrandCollege of CharlestonAn extensible, general, framework for population genetic simulation using RSean Hoban, Eric Archer, Michelle DePrenger-Levin, Libby Liggins, Christian Parobek
7/13 - 7/16 Eric ArcherNOAAAn extensible, general, framework for population genetic simulation using RAllan Strand, Sean Hoban, Michelle DePrenger-Levin, Libby Liggins, Christian Parobek
7/13 - 7/16 Michelle DePrengerDenver Botanic GardensAn extensible, general, framework for population genetic simulation using RAllan Strand, Sean Hoban, Eric Archer, Libby Liggins, Christian Parobek
7/13 - 7/16 Libby LigginsMassey Univ.An extensible, general, framework for population genetic simulation using RAllan Strand, Sean Hoban, Eric Archer, Michelle DePrenger-Levin, Christian Parobek
7/13 - 7/16 Christian ParobekUniv. of North CarolinaAn extensible, general, framework for population genetic simulation using RAllan Strand, Sean Hoban, Eric Archer, Michelle DePrenger-Levin, Libby Liggins
7/15 - 8/31 Dwueng-Chwuan (Tony) JhwuengStatistics, Feng-Chia UniversityModeling trait evolution with hybridization and stabilizingBrian O’Meara
7/14 - 7/18 Ilyssa SummerArizona State Univ.Investigating oncolytic virotherapy strategiesAngie Peace
7/22 - 7/24 Stephanie HinesBatelle Memorial InstituteA computational and mathematical modeling framework for intra- and inter-species extrapolation with regard to risk assessment of inhalation anthrax exposureJudy Day
7/22 - 7/24 Megan PowellMathematics, Univ. of St. FrancisA computational and mathematical modeling framework for intra- and inter-species extrapolation with regard to risk assessment of inhalation anthrax exposureJudy Day
7/22 - 7/24 Angela ReynoldsMathematics, Virginia Commonwealth Univ.A computational and mathematical modeling framework for intra- and inter-species extrapolation with regard to risk assessment of inhalation anthrax exposureJudy Day
  August 2015
6/1/15 - 5/31/16 *Charles PriceBiology, Univ. of Western AustraliaUnderstanding the physical drivers of allometric patterns in treesSabbatical Researcher
7/15 - 8/31 Dwueng-Chwuan (Tony) JhwuengStatistics, Feng-Chia UniversityModeling trait evolution with hybridization and stabilizingBrian O’Meara
8/9 - 8/21 Souvik BhattacharyaMathematics, Univ. TrentoVector host-feeding preferences and seasonal variation in the dynamics of West Nile VirusSuzanne Lenhart
8/17/2015 - 7/28/2016 *Richard SchugartWestern Kentucky UniversityUse optimal control theory to analyze and develop oxygen therapy treatment protocols for treating bacterial infection in woundsSabbatical Researcher
  September 2015
6/1/2015 - 5/31/2016 *Charles PriceBiology, Univ. of Western AustraliaUnderstanding the physical drivers of allometric patterns in treesSabbatical Researcher
8/17/2015 - 7/28/2016 *Richard SchugartWestern Kentucky UniversityUse optimal control theory to analyze and develop oxygen therapy treatment protocols for treating bacterial infection in woundsSabbatical Researcher
9/1 - 9/11 Maya ChhetriUniv. of North Carolina, Greensboro Suzanne Lenhart
9/7 - 9/14 Sara Usher Matt Zefferman
9/22 - 9/23 Liz BradleyColorado Univ.Seminar TalkJake Ferguson
9/28 Stuart PimmDuke Univ.Seminar Talk
  October 2015
6/1/2015 - 5/31/2016 *Charles PriceBiology, Univ. of Western AustraliaUnderstanding the physical drivers of allometric patterns in treesSabbatical Researcher
8/17/2015 - 7/28/2016 *Richard SchugartWestern Kentucky UniversityUse optimal control theory to analyze and develop oxygen therapy treatment protocols for treating bacterial infection in woundsSabbatical Researcher
10/1 - 12/1 **Yaojie Lu Visiting Grad FellowCaroline Farrior
10/2 - 10/8 Samares PalMath, Univ. of KalyaniMathematical modeling of macroalgal allelopathy in the emergence of coral diseasesSuzanne Lenhart
10/11 - 10/17 Thomas CurrieUniv. of ExeterModel the development of complex societiesSergey Gavrilets
10/15 - 10/18 Huda SarrajUniv. of Texas, ArlingtonPam Bishop
10/23 - 11/06 Nick MatzkeAustralian National Univ.
  November 2015
6/1/2015 - 5/31/2016 *Charles PriceBiology, Univ. of Western AustraliaUnderstanding the physical drivers of allometric patterns in treesSabbatical Researcher
8/17/2015 - 7/28/2016 *Richard SchugartWestern Kentucky UniversityUse optimal control theory to analyze and develop oxygen therapy treatment protocols for treating bacterial infection in woundsSabbatical Researcher
10/1 - 12/1 **Yaojie Lu Visiting Grad FellowCaroline Farrior
10/23 - 11/06 Nick MatzkeAustralian National Univ.
11/4 - 11/10 Sean MaxwellSchool of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, University Of Queenslandlink biophysical and socio-economic conditions with models of forest preservation/lossPaul Armsworth
11/11 - 11/13 Wiederholt et alNorth America bat migration analysis: subgroup of Habitat for Migratory Species working groupRobert Barclay, Laura Lopez-Hoffman, Gary McCracken, Rodrigo Medellin, Wayne Thogmartin, Luis Viquez, Ruscena Wiederholt
  December 2015
6/1/2015 - 5/31/2016 *Charles PriceBiology, Univ. of Western AustraliaUnderstanding the physical drivers of allometric patterns in treesSabbatical Researcher
8/17/2015 - 7/28/2016 *Richard SchugartWestern Kentucky UniversityUse optimal control theory to analyze and develop oxygen therapy treatment protocols for treating bacterial infection in woundsSabbatical Researcher
10/1 - 12/1 **Yaojie Lu Visiting Grad FellowCaroline Farrior
12/7 - 12/11 Gesham MagombedzeImperial CollegeImmunological Modeling of ParatuberculosisShige Eda

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