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NIMBioS Visitor Calendar 2016

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Dates Visitor Affiliation Project Collaborators
  January 2016
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
  February 2016
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
2/1 - 4/30 *Ben FitzpatrickMathematics, Loyola Marymount Univ.Bayesian Uncertainty Quantification and Control for Agent-Based Models of Biological and Social SystemsSabbatical Researcher
2/1 - 4/30 *Glenn LedderMathematics, Univ. of Nebraska, LincolnDynamic Energy Budget Modeling and Multi-Component SystemsSabbatical Researcher
2/15 - 2/19 Sean HobanMorton ArboretumAn extensible, general, framework for population genetic simulation using RAllan Strand
2/15 - 2/19 Allan StrandCollege of CharlestonAn extensible, general, framework for population genetic simulation using RSean Hoban
2/16 - 2/17 Maria ServedioUniv. of North Carolina Chapel HillSeminar Talk: Models and Mechanisms of Male Mate Choice
2/25 - 2/28 Anita LaytonMathematics, Duke Univ.Blood flow autoregulation in the kidneyLayton et al
2/25 - 2/28 Aurelie EdwardsCentre de Recherche des CordeliersBlood flow autoregulation in the kidneyLayton et al
2/25 - 2/28 Jennifer SullivanPhysiology, Georgia Regents Univ.Blood flow autoregulation in the kidneyLayton et al
2/25 - 2/28 Ying ChenCtr for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, Duke Univ.Blood flow autoregulation in the kidneyLayton et al
2/25 - 2/28 Veronica CiocanelApplied Mathematics, Brown Univ.Blood flow autoregulation in the kidneyLayton et al
2/25 - 2/28 Tracy StepienSchool of Mathematical and Stastical Sciences, Arizona State Univ.Blood flow autoregulation in the kidneyLayton et al
  March 2016
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
2/1 - 4/30 *Ben FitzpatrickMathematics, Loyola Marymount Univ.Bayesian Uncertainty Quantification and Control for Agent-Based Models of Biological and Social SystemsSabbatical Researcher
2/1 - 4/30 *Glenn LedderMathematics, Univ. of Nebraska, LincolnDynamic Energy Budget Modeling and Multi-Component SystemsSabbatical Researcher
3/2 - 3/6 Jason HoeksemaBiology, Univ. MississippiHoeksema et al
3/2 - 3/6 Dan DoakEnvironmental Studies, Univ. Colorado-BoulderHoeksema et al
3/2 - 3/6 Christopher SteenbockEcology & Evolutionary Biology, Univ. Colorado-BoulderHoeksema et al
3/7 - 3/10 Eleanor BrushBiology, Univ. of MarylandElizabeth Hobson
3/16 - 3/18 Noelle BeckmanSESYNCUsing theory to understand elements of plant life history and coexistence
3/20 - 3/27 Erida GjiniInstituto Gulbenkian de CienciaExploring host immunity and antibiotic resistance in treatment dynamics of TBVitaly Ganusov
3/23 - 3/25 Sean HobanThe Morton ArboretumSynthesis of genetic diversity patterns in Europe and Eastern North AmericaLumibao, McLachlan
3/23 - 3/25 Candice LumibaoUniv. of MinnesotaSynthesis of genetic diversity patterns in Europe and Eastern North AmericaHoban, McLachlan
3/23 - 3/25 Jason McLachlanUniv. of Notre DameSynthesis of genetic diversity patterns in Europe and Eastern North AmericaLumibao, Hoban
3/31 - 4/3 Lauren GollahonBiology, Texas Tech Univ.Li, Weisstein, Yang
3/31 - 4/3 Qingxia LiMathematics, Fisk UniversityGollahon, Weisstein, Yang
3/31 - 4/3 Anton (Tony) WeissteinBiology, Truman State Univ.Li, Gollahon, Yang
3/31 - 4/3 Xinyao YangMathematics, Univ. MissouriLi, Weisstein, Gollahon
  April 2016
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
2/1 - 4/30 *Ben FitzpatrickMathematics, Loyola Marymount Univ.Bayesian Uncertainty Quantification and Control for Agent-Based Models of Biological and Social SystemsSabbatical Researcher
2/1 - 4/30 *Glenn LedderMathematics, Univ. of Nebraska, LincolnDynamic Energy Budget Modeling and Multi-Component SystemsSabbatical Researcher
3/31 - 4/3 Lauren GollahonBiology, Texas Tech Univ.Li, Weisstein, Yang
3/31 - 4/3 Qingxia LiMathematics, Fisk UniversityGollahon, Weisstein, Yang
3/31 - 4/3 Anton (Tony) WeissteinBiology, Truman State Univ.Li, Gollahon, Yang
3/31 - 4/3 Xinyao YangMathematics, Univ. MissouriLi, Weisstein, Gollahon
4/12 Michael Whitlock Postdoc Distinguished VisitorNIMBioS Postdocs
4/18 - 4/20 Urszula LedzewiczSourthern Illinois Univ.Postdoc Distinguished VisitorNIMBioS Postdocs
  May 2016
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
5/15 - 6/20 Michael RentonSchool of Plant Biology, Univ. Western AustraliaEvolutionary modeling of optimal plant structure and growthChuck Price
  June 2016
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
5/15 - 6/20 Michael RentonSchool of Plant Biology, Univ. Western AustraliaEvolutionary modeling of optimal plant structure and growthChuck Price
  July 2016
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
7/18 - 7/22 Barbara HanCary Institute of Ecosystem StudiesMachine learning and mathematical modeling of pace of life in disease ecologySuzanne O'Regan
7/18 - 7/22 Calistus NgonghalaDepartment of Global Health and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical SchoolUsing optimal control theory to investigate treatment measures for malariaSuzanne Lenhart
7/18 - 7/22 Eric NumforMathematics, Augusta UniversityUsing optimal control theory to investigate treatment measures for malariaSuzanne Lenhart
  August 2016
8/14 - 8/20 Clint LeachBiology,Colorado State Univ.A review of nonparametric Bayesian methods in ecologyNels Johnson
  October 2016
10/11 - 10/12 Mark MoffettSmithsonian InstituteNIMBioS Seminar SeriesSergey Gavrilets
10/16 - 10/19 Laura MillerMiller et al
10/16 - 10/19 Angela ChuangMiller et al
10/16 - 10/19 Kimberly SheldonMiller et al
10/16 - 10/19 Longhua ZhaoMiller et al
10/16 - 10/19 Iordanka PanayotovaMiller et al
10/17 - 10/19 Jay Ver HoefNational Marine Mammal Laboratory, NOAA-NMFS Alaska Fisheries Science CenterPostdoctoral Fellow Distinguished Visitor, SeminarNIMBioS Postdocs
  November 2016
11/1 - 11/30 Michael ReedTufts Univ.Evaluating resilience and vulnerability in biological systemsNina Fefferman
11/6 - 11/17 Sergei PetrovskiiUniv. of LeicesterMathematical models of socio-ecologySergey Gavrilets
  December 2016
12/14 - 12/21 Daniel FrancoETSI Industriales, UNED Suzanne Lenhart
12/19 - 12/21 Frank HilkerInstitute of Environmental Systems Research, Osnabrück University Suzanne Lenhart

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