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Visitors at NIMBioS in 2020

NIMBioS supports short-term visitors to NIMBioS for periods up to one week to assist their efforts in carrying out research that conforms to the mission of NIMBioS to foster research at the interface between mathematics and biology. NIMBioS no longer provides financial support for Sabbatical Fellows, but is open to requests for self-supported visits not needing financial support lasting up to several months duration, with the length of stay determined by the objectives of the proposed project.

Click here for a calendar listing of NIMBioS visitors for the year.

Visitor/Sabbatical Archive

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Carlos Botero (Biology, Washington Univ., Saint Louis, MO)

DySoC/NIMBioS Seminar. Ecological and evolutionary modeling shed light into the evolution and spread of human agriculture, Hallam Auditorium (Rm 206), NIMBioS

Visit Dates: February 4, 2020

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Lauren Childs (Mathematics, Virginia Tech)

NIMBioS Seminar. Modeling malaria development in mosquitoes: How fast can mosquitoes pass on infection?, Hallam Auditorium (Rm 206), NIMBioS

Visit Dates: January 28, 2020

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(L to R): Papeş, Lochner, Williams, Carrasco Tornero, Ruiz, Wiggins

Ellie Lochner (Univ. of Wisconsin, Eau Claire); Abigail Williams (Salem College); Brandyn Ruiz (Arizona State Univ.)

Project Title: Impacts of climate change on environmental suitability of selected North American buzz pollinators

Ellie Lochner, Abigail Williams, and Brandyn Ruiz are collaborating on a project with Mona Papeş, Luis Carrasco Tornero, and Greg Wiggins on assessing the impact of climate change on environmental suitability of selected North American buzz pollinators. The project was begun as a part of the 2019 Summer Research Experience program. The group is finalizing a manuscript on the research.

Visit Dates: January 16-18, 2020

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