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Presentations and Posters 2017 Link
Cooper A. 2017 March. Dynamic modeling of human emotion. Posters at the Capitol 2017. Nashville, TN.
Presentations and Posters 2016 Link
Caja Rivera RM, Barradas I. 2016 May. To protect female sandflies to protect humans? Control policies in Cutaneous leishmaniasis. BAMM, Biology and Medicine Through Mathematics Conference, Virginia CommonWealth University, Richmond, VA.
Cooper, A, Reagan, K, Horton, E. October 2016. Modeling of Human Emotions. NIMBioS Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Mathematics and Biology, Knoxville, TN.
Cooper A, Horton E, Reagan K. Dynamic modeling of human emotion. The University of Tennessee Summer STEM Poster Symposium.
Cooper A. November 2016. Dynamic modeling of human emotion. Southeastern Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics, Duke University.
Darville, J, Nasir, O. October 2016. Decoding Allostery by Mathematical Analysis of Molecular Dynamics Simulations. NIMBioS Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN.
Darville J, Gonzales E, Siess J. July 2016. Decoding allostery by mathematical analysis of molecular dynamics simulations. The University of Tennessee Summer STEM Poster Symposium.
DeSalu J, Igoe M, Moran J, Sheets T. July 2016. A discrete age structured model of hantavirus among rodents in paraguay. The University of Tennessee Summer STEM Poster Symposium.
Forbes VE, Galic N. 2016 March 23. Predicting human impacts on ecological systems and the need for mechanistic models. Department of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior, University of Minnesota.
Forbes VE, Galic N, Murphy C, Salice C, Nisbet R. 2016 May 8. Dynamic models to link impacts of chemicals from molecules to ecosystems. International Society for Ecological Modelling Global Conference, Towson, MD.
​Gary, A, Liu, V, Wu, P. October 2016. Developing a Particle Filtering Algorithm to Track Organelle Movements in Plant Cells. NIMBioS Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Mathematics and Biology, Knoxville, TN.​
Gary A, Liu V, Wu P. July 2016. Developing a particle filtering algorithm to track organelle movement in plant cells. The University of Tennessee Summer STEM Poster Symposium.
Gross L. 2016 February. "Best" in a Biological Context: Optimization across the Biological Hierarchy. Invited Speaker, Mathematics Department, University of Missouri, Kansas City, MO.
Gross L. 2016 March. Biology as a Driver for Undergraduate Quantitative Sciences Education. Panel Speaker, Meeting on Transforming Post-Secondary Education in Mathematics, National Academies, Washington, DC.
Gross L. 2016 April. Mathematics Education for Life Science Undergraduates: Lessons from 40 Years of Efforts. Invited Speaker, EEB and Mathematics Departments, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
Gross L. 2016 April. "Best" in a Biological Context: Optimization, Space and Control. Invited Speaker, EEB and Mathematics Departments, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
Gross L. 2016 May. "Best" in a Biological Context: Optimization, Space and Control. Plenary Speaker, Midwest Mathematical Biology Conference, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse.
Gross L. 2016 June. What’s math got to do with it? Connections between math and biology. Invited Speaker, UTK Governor's School on Science and Engineering, Knoxville, TN.
Hamelin FM. 2016 May 30. The evolution of plant virus transmission pathways. Emerging Trends in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, Perpignan, France. Link
Hamelin FM. 2016 November 5. The evolution of plant virus transmission pathways. Models in Population Dynamics and Ecology, Marseille, France. Link
Igoe, M, Sheets, T. 2016. A Discrete Age Structured Model of Hantavirus Among Rodents in Paraguay. NIMBioS Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN.​
Iselin S, Kugathasan H, Miller J. July 2016. Developing video games for inquiry-based mathematics and biology education. The University of Tennessee Summer STEM Poster Symposium.
Jeger MJ. 2016 June 6. The evolution of plant virus transmission pathways. 13th International Plant Virus Epidemiology Symposium, Avignon, France.
Kawano SM. 2016 January. A synthesis of quantitative methods to estimate patterns of phenotypic selection. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Oregon Convention Center.
Kugathasan, H. October 2016. Developing Video Games for Inquiry-Based Elementary and Middle School Mathematics and Biology Education. NIMBioS Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Mathematics and Biology, Knoxville, TN.​
Lacasse, K. January 2017. Does psychology matter? Integrating human risk perception and behavior into a climate model. Sustainability Psychology Preconference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Convention, San Antonio, TX.
Lam AR, Matzke NJ, Stigall AL. 2016 July. Testing Dispersal of Benthic Invertebrates during the Richmondian Invasion using Bayesian and Maximum-Likelihood Analyses. IGCP 591 The Early to Middle Palaeozoic Revolution, University of Ghent, Ghent, Belgium.
Levy B. 2016 January. Modeling Feral Hogs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park to Evaluate Control Efforts and Analyze the Population’s Niche. Joint Mathematics Meetings AMS Special Session on Mathematics in Natural Resource Modeling, Seattle, WA.
Lika D. 29 August 2016. Combining Modeling and Experimental Approaches for Marine organisms under Stress. MEMS Summer School, Brest, France.
Muller E. 2016 January. Metabolic theory as integrative hub for evaluating the performance of organisms and symbiotic assemblages in multivariate environments. Departmental seminar, Universite Francois Rabelais de Tours, France.
Munoz-Zanzi C. 2016 April. The unrecognized global burden of leptospirosis; advances and challenges in diagnosis and control. Pediatric Grand Rounds, Medical School, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.
Palagi E. 2016. The strategic functions of play: modality and communication. Darwin Day Celebration, University of Alabama, Birmingham.
Panchanathan K. 2016 February. The evolution of sustainability fishing through cultural multi-level selection. Department of Anthropology, U.C. Davis.
Parkman V. 2015 Nov 7-8. Canine distemper modeling. Southeastern Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics, Duke University.
Rohly M. 2016 February. Modeling host-pathogen interactions using agent-based models. Columbus State University.
Rua MA. 2016. Exploring the relative importance of biotic and abiotic sources of for pine-fungal interaction. University of Michigan, Early Career Scientists Symposium, Ann Arbor, MI.
Rua MA, Hoesema JD. 2016. Exploring the relative importance of biotic and abiotic sources of selection for pine-fungal interactions. Yosemite Symbiosis Workshop, Wawona, CA.
Sample C, Bieri J. 2016. Mathematical Models for Habitat Contributions of Migrating Species on a Network. World Conference on Natural Resource Modeling, Flagstaff, AZ.
Sample C. 2016 January. A fundamental modeling framework for spatio-temporal population dynamics. Special session on Mathematics in Natural Resource Modeling, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Seattle, WA.
Schugart R. 2016 February 9. Connecting local and global sensitivities in a mathematical model for wound healing. Biomath Seminar. North Carolina State University.
Schugart R. 2016 March 3. Differential-equation modeling in wound healing. Differential Equations Seminar. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Schugart R. 2016 March 12. Connecting local and global sensitivities in a mathematical model for wound healing. 40th Annual SIAM Southeastern Atlantic Section Conference. Athens, GA.
Schugart R. 2016 July 2. Using optimal control theory to analyze the treatment of a bacterial infection in a wound using oxygen therapy. 9th International Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations, and Applications. Orlando, FL.
Schugart R. 2016 July 14. Using optimal control theory to analyze the treatment of a bacterial infection in a wound with oxygen therapy. 2016 Life Sciences Meeting, Boston, MA.
Sgouralis I. 2016. Mathematical modeling of kidney’s blood flow. Seminar, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Fisk University.
Sgouralis I. 2016 March. Mathematical modeling in renal physiology. Colloquium, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Wright State University.
Sturner K, Lenhart S, Jenkins K, Reichart S. 2016. Biology by Numbers: Math and Life Science Are Better Together!. National Science Teachers Association.

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Presentations and Posters 2015 Link
Axelrod DE. 2015 April 13. Stem Cell Dynamics in Normal Human Colon Crypts and the Initiation and Therapy of Colon Cancer. Workshop on Stem Cells, Development, and Cancer, Mathematical Biology Institute, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
Barocas A. 2015 June. Latrine visits and fission-fusion dynamics in coastal Alaska river otters. Animal Behavior Society, Anchorage, AK.
Boribong B, Cruz M, Hong F, Earl J, Hoban S. 2015. Poster: A meta-analysis of coastal populations' genetic diversity of species throughout their range. Joint Mathematics Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
Boribong B, Cruz M, Hong F, Earl J, Hoban S. 2015. Poster: A meta-analysis of coastal populations' genetic diversity of species throughout their range. Joint Mathematics Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
Carter PA. 2015 June. Evolution of Biological Shape: A Function-Valued Approach. Seminar, Institute of Biological & Environmental Sciences, Aberdeen University, Scotland.
Carter PA. 2015 June. Evolution of Biological Shape: A Function-Valued Approach. Seminar, Statistical Laboratory, Cambridge University, England.
Carter PA. 2015 May. Evolution of Biological Shape: A Function-Valued Approach. Seminar, Dept. of Biology and Biochemistry, University of Bath, England.
Carter PA. 2015 May. Evolution of Biological Shape: A Function-Valued Approach. Seminar, Paris Descartes Univeristy & Institut National du Sport et de l'éducation Physique, France.
Cho E. 2015 August. Application of Algebraic Topology to Data Analysis. US Korea Conference 2015 on Science and Technology, Atlanta.
Dantzler, A, Hujoel, M, Parkman, V. 2015 July. Canine Distemper Outbreak Modeled in an Animal Shelter. The University of Tennessee Summer STEM Poster Symposium.​
Ehrlich H, Koch M, Mor S, Naumova EN. 2015 March. Mapping the potential transmission of dengue in Australia. Proceedings of the 3rd OneHealth Congress, The Netherlands.
Gross L. 2015 January. Preparing "fearless" biologists: Quantitative components for undergraduate life scientists. Symposium on Leading Students and Faculty to Quantitative Biology Through Active Learning, Annual Meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, West Palm Beach, FL.
Gross L. 2015 June. Whither Undergraduate Quantitative Biology Education?. Invited Speaker and Workshop Organizer, HHMI/BioQuest/ScienceCaseNet Workshop on Count the Ways: Engaging Students in Quantitative Biology Applications. Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, CA.
Gross L. 2015 March. "Best" in a biological context: Optimization across the biological hierarchy. Mathematical Biology Seminar, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.
Gross L. 2015 May. Preparing "Fearless" Biologists: the Quantitative Component of Undergraduate Education. Invited Speaker, American Society for Microbiology Conference for Undergraduate Educators, Austin, TX.
Gross L. 2015 November. "Best" in a Biological Context: Optimization across the Biological Hierarchy. Invited Speaker, Science Education Series and Mathematics Department, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.
Gross L. 2015 November. Quantitative Education for 'Fearless' Biologists: A Curriculum Perspective. Invited Speaker, Science Education Series and Mathematics Department, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.
Gross L. 2015 October. "Best" in a Biological Context: Optimization across the Biological Hierarchy. Invited Speaker, Seminar Series on Graduate Education for Educators and Mathematics Department Seminar, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN.
Gross L. 2015 October. Quantitative Education for 'Fearless' Biologists: A Curriculum Perspective. Invited Speaker, Seminar Series on Graduate Education for Educators and Mathematics Department Seminar, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN.
Gross L. 2015. Biology as a driver for undergraduate quantitative sciences education. Invited Panel Speaker, Meeting on Transforming Post-Secondary Education in Mathematics, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, Los Angeles, CA.
Gross L. 2015. Data-driven discovery and approaches to model evaluation. Data Science Seminar Series, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Research Triangle Park, NC.
Gross L. 2015. Educating a "fearless" biologist in a data-driven world. Seminar Series, Center for Education Innovation in Life Science, University of California, Los Angeles, CA.
Gross L. 2015. Quantitative education for "fearless" life science graduate students. Symposium on Graduate Education in Quantitative Biology, AAAS Annual Meeting, San Jose, CA.
Gross L. 2015. Quantitative Education for 'Fearless' Biologists: A Curriculum Perspective. Invited Speaker, Gordon Research Conference on Undergraduate Biology Education Research, Bates College, Maine.
Hoban S. 2015 January. Improving the effectiveness of ex situ seed sampling. 1st Annual Meeting in Conservation Genetics, Zurich, Switzerland.
Hoban S. 2015. How to improve the effectiveness of sampling protocols for ex situ conservation seed collections. National Native Seed Conference, Santa Fe, NM.
Hoban S. 2015. Invited Lecturer US Fish and Wildlife Service Advanced Conservation Genetics Training Webinar.
Hoffman FM, Smith M, Todd-Brown K, Luo Y, Wang Y. 2015 August 14. Explaining the sources of variation in CMIP5 models by fitting reduced complexity models to their simulation outputs. Ecological Society of America (ESA) 2015 Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD.
Jenkins K. 2015 March 7. Presenting Data Nuggets at the Wisconsin Society of Science Teachers meeting.
Kawano SM, Blob RW. 2015. Hack the past: resurrecting the dead in silico. Ecological Society of America Centennial Meeting, Invited Ignite Session - "Hacking ecology: the infiltration of coding in ecology for data integration, analysis, and visualization", Baltimore, MD.
Kawano SM, Blob RW. 2015. Mixed chains of safety factors in the limb bones of salamanders: implications for differential limb function in th evolution of terrestrial locomotion. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology Meeting. Division of Comparative Biomechanics Best Student Talk Finalist. West Palm Beach, FL.
Kawano SM. 2015. One small step for stem tetrapods, one giant leap for tetrapod evolution. University of Wisconsin, Parkside. Department of Biological Sciences.
Koets AP. 2015 June. Keynote lecture: Pathogenomics and MAP biology in Parma, Italy. 12th International Colloquium on Paratuberculosis (ICP).
Koets AP. 2015 September. Invited lecture: Vaccination and memory. 5th European Veterinary Immunology Workgroup, Vienna, Austria.
Ledder G. 2015 January. A carbon economy model for tree growth. Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Antonio.
Ledder G. 2015. Allocation of resources in two-component systems. SMB annual meeting, Atlanta.
Lenhart S. 2015 February 13. Modeling Johne's Disease in dairy cattle. Colloquium Talk, Univ. of Texas, El Paso, TX.
Lenhart S. 2015 February 27. Modeling Johne's Disease in dairy cattle. Colloquium Talk, Arizona State Univ.
Lenhart S. 2015 March 17. Research, education and outreach at the interface of mathematics and biology. Colloquium Talk, Univ. of Tennessee, Chattanooga, TN.
Lenhart S. 2015 March 2. Modeling Johne's Disease in dairy cattle. Colloquium Talk, Univ. of California, Irvine, CA.
Levy B. 2015 June. Modeling Feral Hogs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park to Assess the Importance of a Control Program. Society for Mathematical Biology Annual Conference Session on Discrete Population Models with Management Features, Atlanta, GA.
Levy B. 2015 June. Poster: Modeling Feral Hogs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Mathematics of Planet Earth Workshop on Management of Natural Resource, Howard University, Washington DC.
Levy B. 2015 November. Modeling Canine Distemper Virus in an Animal Shelter. Southern Africa Mathematical Sciences Association Annual Conference, Windhoek, Namibia.
Levy B. 2015 September. Poster: Modeling Feral Hogs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Mathematics of Planet Earth Workshop on Education for the Planet Earth of Tomorrow, National Institute for Mathematical & Biological Synthesis, Knoxville, T.
Lin, Y, Bedell, M, Roman-Melendez, E. 2015 July. Modeling the Distribution of Fluid Pressure in the Kidney. The University of Tennessee Summer STEM Poster Symposium.​
Long K, Bieri JA, Dissanayake C, Erickson R, Thogmartin WE. 2015 January. A continuous energy-based model for the migration of species in a network. Joint Mathematics Meeting, Seattle, WA.
Mallela A, Lenhart S, Vaidya N. 2015 May 19. Optimal Treatment Strategies for HIV-TB Co-Infected Individuals. Topics in Feedback/Control/Optimization II, 2015 SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems, Snowbird, UT. Link
Mallela A. 2015 April 18. Ideal Treatments for HIV-TB Co-Infected Populations: Modeling and Optimal Control Theory Perspectives. Joint Mathematics Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
Mallela A. 2015 January 13. Optimal treatment program for HIV-TB co-infected populations: A mathematical model.
McInroe B, Astley H, Kawano SM, Blob RW, Goldman DI. 2015. Animal and robot experiments to discover principles behind the evolution of a minimal locomotor apparatus for robust legged locomotion. American Physical Society Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
McInroe B, Astley H, Kawano SM, Blob RW, Goldman DI. 2015. Biological and robotic modeling of the evolution of legged locomotion on land. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology Meeting. West Palm Beach, FL.
Minter A. 2015 May. Understanding the mechanisms of a zoonotic reservoir: Leptospira infection in Rattus norvegicus in urban slums in Brazil. Ecology & Evolution of Infectious Diseases, Athens, Georgia.
Minter A. 2015. Understanding the mechanisms of a zoonotic reservoir: Leptospira infection in Rattus norvegicus in urban slums in Brazil. British Ecological Society Annual Meeting, Edinburgh, UK.
Minter A. 2015. Understanding the mechanisms of a zoonotic reservoir: Leptospira infection in Rattus norvegicus in urban slums in Brazil. British Society for Parasitology, Liverpool, UK.
Muller E. 2015. Dynamic Energy Budget Theory as integrative hub for evaluating organismal performance in multivariate environments. Keynote lecture, International Symposium on Dynamic Energy Budget Theory, Marseille, France.
​Mummah, R, Sashidar, D, Wei, J. 2015 July. Discriminating between Alternative Mechanisms of Formation of Mycobacterial Granulomas in vitro. The University of Tennessee Summer STEM Poster Symposium.​
Nisbet R, Ledder G, Russo S, Bartlett M, Farrior C, Couvreur V, Muller E, Peace A, Poorter L, Sack L, Sterck F, Way DA, Zimmer E. 2015. DEB modeling of tree performance to predict functional trait drivers, species distributions, and responses to global change. Dynamic Energy Budget Symposium, Marseille, France.
Nisbet R. 2015. DEB Modeling of Tree Performance. International Symposium on Dynamic Energy Budget Theory, Marseille, France.
Parkman V. 2015 November. Canine distemper outbreak modeled in an animal shelter. NIMBioS Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Mathematics and Biology, Knoxville, TN.
Peace A. 2015 June. Modeling the effects of co-occurring nutrient and contaminant stressors in aquatic systems. Conference on Biological Stoichiometry, Trent University Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.
Peace A. 2015 June. Somatic growth dilution: Toxin predator-prey model under stoichiometric constraints. Micro and Macro Systems in Life Sciences Conference, Stefan Banach International Mathematical Center Bedlewo, Poland.
Peace A. 2015. Ecotoxicological stoichiometric model of Methylmercury bioaccumulation in Daphnia. Fishheads Seminar, Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Pigoli D, Aston JAD, Carter PA. 2015. Curve registration in function-valued quantitative genetics. The 8th International Conference of The European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics Working Group on Computational and Methodological Statistics, London, England.
R Miller Neilan. 2015 June. Optimal control of the Sugarscape ABM via a PDE model. Society of Math Biology Annual Meeting, Georgia State University.
R Miller Neilan. 2015 October. Optimal control of the Sugarscape ABM via a PDE model. Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research Symposium, Illinois State University.
Rogers A, Medlyn B, Dukes J, Bonan G, von Caemmerer S, Dietze M, Kattge J, Leakey A, Mercado L, Niinemets Ü, Prentice I, Serbin S, Sitch S, Way DA, Zaehle S. 2015. Improving the representation of photosynthesis in Earth system models. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.
Rohly M. 2015 November. ​Exploring host-pathogen interactions with agent-based models in NetLogo. NIMBioS Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Mathematics and Biology, Knoxville, TN.
Rohly, M, Johnson, T, Khanal, J. July 2015. Exploring Host-Pathogen Interactions with Agent-Based Models in Netlogo. The University of Tennessee Summer STEM Poster Symposium.​
Rua MA. 2015 October. Educational talk at Ecology and Evolution seminar, mentored and judged at the annual meeting. SACNAS, National Harbor, MD.
Sattenspiel L, Warren AL, Swedlund AC, Gumerman GJ. 2015. Modeling environmental and demographic effects on population size in the Southwest US. American Association for the Advancement of Science, San Jose, CA.
Schugart RC. 2015 November. Can Mathematics Heal All Wounds?. Seminar Talk, National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Schugart RC. 2015 November. Connecting local and global sensitivities for a mathematical model in wound healing. Contributed Talk, 35th Annual Mathematics Symposium, Western Kentucky University.
Schugart RC. 2015 November. Using Optimal Control Theory to Analyze the Treatment of a Bacterial Infection in a Wound Using Oxygen Therapy. Contributed Talk, 35th Annual Mathematics Symposium, Western Kentucky University.
Schugart RC. 2015 October. Connecting local and global sensitivities for a mathematical model in wound healing. Casual Seminar Talk, National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Schugart RC. 2015 October. Connecting local and global sensitivities for a mathematical model in wound healing. Contributed Talk, The 35th Southeastern Atlantic Conference on Differential Equations, The University of North Carolina, Greensboro.
Schugart RC. 2015 September. Can Mathematics Heal All Wounds?. Graduate Student Seminar Talk, Department of Mathematics, Western Kentucky University.
Sgouralis I, Schwartz F, Nebenfuhr, Maroulas V. 2015 May. A novel algorithm for automatic reconstruction of subcellular motion. 45th Annual John H. Barrett Memorial Lectures, University of Tennessee.
Spinka M. 2015 September 9. Animal play behavior: Its role in cognition, evolution and welfare. Paper presented at the Jornada Uruguayas de Comportamiento Animal, September 7-9, 2015, Montevideo, Uruguay.
​Sturner, K. 2016 December. Design and 3D Print Cell Organelle and Flower Models! Tennessee Science Teacher's Association Annual Professional Development Conference, Murfreesboro, TN.​
Sturner K, Lucci K, Jenkins K. 2015 November. Integrating Math Across the Biology Curriculum: Opportunities for Quantitative Skills in Biology. National Association of Biology Teachers Professional Development Conference, Providence, RI.
Waller S. 2015 March. Cats talk back: Feral & socialized. Living with Animals Conference, Eastern Kentucky University.
Warren AL, Bhat U, Sattenspiel L, Swedlund AC, Gumerman GJ III. 2015 March. Exploring the effects of constant versus age-specific fertility rates on prehistoric population estimates. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists. St. Louis, MO.
Wei J. 2015 November. Discriminating between alternative mechanisms of in vitro mycobacterial granuloma formation in Johne's disease. NIMBioS Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Mathematics and Biology, Knoxville, TN.
Wiederholt R. 2015 January. Estimating the contributions of discrete habitats in population dynamics of migratory species. Joint Mathematical Meetings, San Antonio, TX.
Wikle N, Yan R. 2015 November. Projecting terrestrial species invasion spread using commodity flow pathways. NIMBioS Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Mathematics and Biology, Knoxville, TN.
​Wikle, N, Yan, R, Gauli, A. 2015 July. Projecting Domestic Species Invasion Spread Using Commodity Flow Pathways. The University of Tennessee Summer STEM Poster Symposium.​
Zia A, Fefferman N, Howe P, Metcalk S, Franck T, Lacasse K, Hoffman F, Winter J, Schlosser A, Beckage B, Gross L. 2015 July 10. Modeling the Effects of Heterogeneous Climate Change Risk Perceptions on Energy Consumption and Green House Gas (GHG) Mitigation Behaviors: An Agent Based Model of US Population, 2010-2030. SwarmFest2015: 19th Annual Meeting on Agent-Based Modeling & Simulation, Columbia, SC.

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Presentations and Posters 2014 Link
Aguilar C. 2014. Prediction and rule extraction of major histocompatibility complex class II epitopes by logic minimization. 14th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology BIOCOMP'14, Las Vegas, NV.
Auerbach J, Burghardt G. 2014 June. Poster: To play, or not to play, that's a resource abundance question. Evolution 2014, Raleigh, NC.
Auerbach J, Gavrilets S, van Vugt M. 2014 June. Fairness and wisdom: The emergence of leadership. Evolution 2014, Raleigh, NC.
Auerbach J. 2014. Knowledge and fairness: Leadership through reputation. Advanced Research and Methods Seminar, U.S. Government Accountability Office.
Axelrod DE. 2014 September 15. Stem Cell Dynamics in the Microenvironment of Normal Colon Crypts, and the Initiation, Progression and Therapy of Colon Cancer. Invited Plenary Talk. Ecology and Evolution of Cancer Workshop, Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
Beaulieu JM. 2014 June. Estimating how contemporary taxa will evolve in the future, to understand how island communities were assembled in the past. Evolution, Raleigh, NC.
Beaulieu JM. 2014. Exploring heterogeneity in binary character evolution. Botany 2014, Boise, ID.
Beaulieu JM. 2014. Invited Seminar. Department of Botany, Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, IL.
Beaulieu JM. 2014. Invited Seminar. Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Yale University.
Beaulieu JM. 2014. Invited Seminar. Department of EEOB, Iowa State University.
Beaulieu JM. 2014. Invited Seminar. Department of OEB and HUH, Harvard University.
Bender N. 2014 January. Automatic detection of rare bird species using neural networks. Joint Math Meetings, Baltimore, MD.
Earl JE. 2014 June. Animals as ecosystem connectors: Does their movement path matter?. Biomath Program, Fisk University, Nashville, TN.
Earl JE. 2014. Moving resources between systems: Reciprocal and active subsidies. Seminar, Oak Ridge National Lab, Oak Ridge, TN.
Ferguson J. 2014 November 4. Stochastic models of populations in fluctuating environments. NIMBioS Seminar Series, NIMBioS, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Link
Gross L. 2014 August. Alan as a friend and colleague. Symposium in Honor of Alan Hasting's 60th Birthday, University of California, Davis, CA.
Gross L. 2014 August. Global controls on the distribution of savannas: Discrete and continuous environmental factor impacts. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Sacramento, CA.
Gross L. 2014 August. Overview of mathematical approaches to resilience, stability and transitions with particular application to savanna systems. Opening Workshop for the Year in Mathematical and Statistical Ecology, Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute, Durham, NC.
Gross L. 2014 August. Quantitative undergraduate ecology education and the "rule-of-five". Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Sacramento, CA.
Gross L. 2014 August. Simon as a Mensch: Educating and mentoring the world of mathematical biology. Symposium for Naming of Simon A. Levin Center Mathematical Computation and Modeling Center, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ.
Gross L. 2014 January. Fires, forests and savannas: Alternative modeling approaches for theory and practice. Distinguished Lecture, Mathematics Department, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ.
Gross L. 2014 March. Math, disease and 100 important questions facing plant biology research. Investigative Workshop on Plant Viral Disease, NIMBioS, Knoxville, TN.
Gross L. 2014 March. Perambulations around biology, control and education with Suzanne. Symposium on Math Ecology and Control in Honor of Suzanne Lenhart, American Mathematical Society Sectional Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Gross L. 2014 May. Panel presentation on quantitative biology education. Symposium on Mathematical Biology in the Undergraduate Curriculum, Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences, University of Toronto, Toronta, Canada.
Gross L. 2014. "Best" in a biological context: Optimization across the biological hierarchy. Lyceum Speaker, Emory and Henry College, VA.
Gross L. 2014. Space, control and disease. Distinguished Lecturer, Centre for Disease Modelling, York University, Toronto, Canada.
Gurarie D, Ganusov V, Karl S, King CH. 2014 November 2. Population biology and immune selection for multi-strain malaria: Modeling approach. The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 63rd Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
Hoban S. 2014 August. Using microsatellites and Approximate Bayesian Computation to describe biological invasions. Invasion Genetics Symposium, the Baker and Stebbins Legacy, Asilomar, CA.
Hoban S. 2014 June. Optimal sampling of plant populations for ex-situ conservation of genetic biodiversity. Evolution, Raleigh, NC.
Hoban S. 2014 November. How to improve sampling protocols in conservation genetics. Invited Speaker, Dept of Biology, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC.
Hoban S. 2014 November. Saving seeds: Improving the effectiveness of ex situ collections. Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Gardens, Claremont, CA.
Hoban S. 2014 October. Saving seeds: Improving the effectiveness of ex situ collections. Invited Speaker, USDA National Seed Lab, Ft. Collins, CO.
Hoban S. 2014. Optimal sampling of plant populations for ex-situ conservation of genetic biodiversity. Invited Symposium Speaker, Botany, Boise, ID.
Iacona GD, Price FD, Armsworth PR. 2014 October. Predicting invadedness on protected areas. Invited webinar for Nature Serve.
Iacona GD, Price FD, Armsworth PR. 2014. Predicting invadedness on protected areas. Invited webinar for Conservation Biology Institute.
Ilany A. 2014 August. Multiple factors affect social network dynamics in a wild spotted hyena population. 51st Annual Conference of the Animal Behavior Society, Princeton University.
Ilany A. 2014 June. How do animals choose their allies? Stochastic actor-based models reveal long term social network dynamics in a wild mammal population. Statistical Inference for Network Model, a NetSci 2014 Satellite Symposium, University of California, Berkeley.
Ilany A. 2014 May. Static and dynamic social network in hyrax and hyena. Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University.
Ilany A. 2014 May. Static and dynamic social network in hyrax and hyena. Dept. of Ecology, Evolution and Natural Resources, Rutgers University.
Jiang J. 2014 January 27. Modeling complex ecological dynamics. Invited Talk, Dept. of Biological Sciences, University of Texas, El Paso, El Paso, TX.
Kawano SM, Blob RW. 2014. Biomechanical comparisons of modern analogs for understanding the functional evolution of terrestrial locomotion in early stem tetrapods. Society for Vertebrate Paleontology Meeting. Berlin, Germany.
Kawano SM. 2014 September. Applying biological models to understand how vertebrate animals moved onto land. University of Texas, El Paso. Bioinformatics Program.
Kelly MR. 2014 January. Optimal fishery harvesting on a nonlinear parabolic differential equation in a heterogeneous spatial domain. American Mathematical Society (AMS) Special Session on Reaction Diffusion Equations and Applications, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD.
Kelly MR. 2014 March. Optimal fishery harvesting on a nonlinear parabolic differential equation in a heterogeneous spatial domain. Special Session: Diversity of Modeling and Optimal Control: A Celebration of Suzanne Lenhart's 60th Birthday, American Mathematical Society (AMS) Southeastern 2014 Sectional Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Kershenbaum A. 2014 February 28. What and where is the information in animal vocalisations?. Ad hoc Seminar, Queen Mary University of London, UK.
Kershenbaum A. 2014 March 4. What and where is the information in animal vocalisations?. Evolutionary Biology Weekly Seminar, Edinburgh University, UK.
Kershenbaum A. 2014 March 5. What and where is the information in animal vocalisations?. Ad hoc seminar, Dept. of Zoology, University of Cambridge, UK.
Krishna N. 2014 September. Tackling tuberculosis with mathematics: A summer research experience for undergraduates. Mathematics Colloquium, Western Kentucky University.
Lenhart S. 2014 April 12. Research, education and outreach at the interface of mathematics and biology. Plenary Talk, Math Alumni Day, Univ. of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.
Lenhart S. 2014 December 20. Modeling Johne's Disease in dairy cattle. Plenary Talk, Workshop on Mathematical Biology and Nonlinear Analysis, Univ. of Miami.
Lenhart S. 2014 November 26. Modeling Johne's Disease in dairy cattle. Plenary Talk, Southern Africa Mathematical Sciences Association Meeting, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.
Lenhart S. 2014 October 24. Modeling Johne's Disease in dairy cattle. Plenary Talk, Mississippi State Conference on Differential Equations and Computational Simulations, Mississippi State Univ.
Levy B. 2014 November. Modeling Feral Hogs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Mathematics Seminar at Maryville College, Maryville, TN.
Levy B. 2014 November. Modeling Feral Hogs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Southern Africa Mathematical Sciences Association Annual Conference, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.
Levy B. 2014 October. Modeling Feral Hogs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. International Symposium on Biomathematics & Ecology: Education & Research, Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, CA.
Levy B. 2014. Modeling Feral Hogs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Society for Industrial & Applied Mathematics Annual Meeting Special Session for Student Research, Chicago, IL.
Magombedze G. 2014 April 7. Poster: Within cell dynamics: Gene regulatory mechanisms in Mycobacterial tuberculosis latency infection. Within Host Dynamics to the Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases workshop at MBI, OH.
Magombedze G. 2014 February 28. Mathematical modeling of the within cell and within host dynamics of Mycobacterial infections. University of Notre Dame, IN.
Magombedze G. 2014 March 13. Mathematical modeling of immunological and molecular biological process in Mycobacterial infections. City University of New York, New York, NY.
Perminov V. 2014 December 1. Agent-based models and ill-posed problems. Keynote, 8th International Conference on Bio-inspired Information and Communications Technologies, Boston, MA. Link
Remien CH. 2014 August. Deconvolution of isotope signals mixed from sampling bundles of multiple hairs. SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences, Charlotte, NC.
Remien CH. 2014 January. Mathematical models of biological markers. North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh, NC.
Remien CH. 2014 January. Mathematical models of biological markers. Univ. of Idaho.
Remien CH. 2014. Mathematical models of biological markers. Middlebury College.
Remien CH. 2014. Mathematical models of biological markers. Utah State Univ.
Russo SE. 2014 November. A mechanistic dynamic energy budget model to predict tropical tree species distributions. Invited oral presentation: 4th Taiwan-Japan Ecology Workshop, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan.
Russo SE. 2014. A mechanistic dynamic energy budget model to predict tropical tree species distributions. Annual meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Cairns, Australia.
Russo SE. 2014. A mechanistic dynamic energy budget model to predict tropical tree species distributions. Invited oral presentation: International semi-open workshop on carbon cycling in the tropical and subtropical forests, Ryukyu University, Japan.
Ryan D. 2014 May 22. Deriving discrete adjoint equations for the numerical solution of optimal control problems with higher order integrators. NIMBioS Seminar, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Sattenspiel L, Warren A, Swedlund AC, Gumerman GJ III. 2014 March. The reincarnation of Artificial Anasazi: How the grandfather of agent-based models in archaeology is morphing into the Artificial Long House Valley project. Santa Fe Institute.
Shimozako HJ. 2014 August. Pathogen cross contamination in chilling tanks: modelling and analysis. Fourth Annual CDM Incubation Day, York University's Centre for Disease Modeling.
Shimozako HJ. 2014 May. Pathogen cross contamination in chilling tanks: modelling and analysis. Biomath Days, University of Ottawa's Department of Mathematics.
Spinka M. 2014 September 29. The role of play in shaping of behavioural phenotypes. Paper presented at the Zif and DFG Workshop, New perspectives in behavioural development: adaptive shaping of behaviour over a lifetime? September 29-October 2, 2014, Bielefeld, Germany.
Sturner K. 2014 September 26. Measuring Biodiversity with Probability. Tennessee Environmental Education Association Conference, Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont, TN.
Tsiligaridis J. 2014 July 21. Discovering Association Rules and Classification for Biological Data using Data Mining Methods. BioComp 2014, Las Vegas,Nevada.
Tsiligaridis J. 2014 October 16. Consistency based MSA with Genetic Algorithms and Tabu search. SACNAS 2014, Los Angeles, USA.
Utsey K. 2014 January. Mathematical Modeling of Fetal Electrocardiograms. Joint Mathematics Meeting, Baltimore, MD.
Waller S. 2014 April 23. Coyote consciousness: Social predator vocalization and communication. Toward a Science of Consciousness Conference, Tucson, AZ.
Warren AL, Sattenspiel L, Swedlund AC, Meindl RS, Gumerman GJ III. 2014 March. Challenges in realistically modeling prehistoric demography: The Long House Valley project. Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology (SASci section), Albuquerque, NM.

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Presentations and Posters 2013 Link
Adams R, Oballe C, Rudy N, Gilchrist M, Phan T. 2013 August 2. Modeling protein translation and genome evolution. REU 2013 Presentations, NIMBioS, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Link
Adler B, Knapp M, Wilmouth L, Golden B, Sturner K. 2013. Teaching science in a climate of denial: From Darwin Day Tennessee. Tennessee Science Teachers' Association Conference, Murfreesboro, TN.
Allman E. 2013 March. Inferring species trees from gene trees: Combinatorial approaches. Computational Biology Seminar, University of California, Berkeley.
Beaulieu JM. 2013 June. Identifying hidden rate changes in the evolution of a binary morphological character. Evolution, Snowbird, UT.
Beaulieu JM. 2013 October. Exploring the evolution of a very old and widespread angiosperm clade. 60th Systematics Symposium, St. Louis, MO.
Beckmann C, Bloom J, Lambert J, Ward R, Ilany A, Jiang J. 2013 August 2. Modeling animal social network dynamics. REU 2013 Presentations, NIMBioS, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Link
Beckmann C, Ilany A, Lambert J. 2013 November 16. Social structure and rank predict fitness in spotted hyenas. 2013 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN.
Bender N, Mason C, Shahi S, Kershenbaum A, Buehler D. 2013 August 2. Automatic detection of rare birds from audio recordings. REU 2013 Presentations, NIMBioS, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Link
Bender N, Mason C, Shahi S. 2013 November 16. Automatic detection of rare birds from audio recordings. 2013 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN.
Bender N. 2013 November. Automatic detection of rare birds from audio recordings. Mid-Hudson Mathematics Conference, Bard College.
Bender N. 2013 September. Automatic detection of rare bird species. Mathematics Dept, Marist College.
Berg CL, Chow JS, Mcgee MD, Wainwright PC. 2013 January. Divergent feeding kinematics in two Amazonian cichlids. Annual Meeting of the Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology, San Francisco, CA. Link
Boone J. 2013 June 20. From data to implementation: Using modeling results and field studies to generate management guidance for free-roaming cats. 5th International Symposium on Non-Surgical Contraceptive Methods of Pet Population Control, Alliance for Contraception in Cats and Dogs, Portland, OR. Link
Borstein SR, Mcgee MD, Wainwright PC. 2013 January. Mouthbrooding does not constrain craniofacial diversity in Lake Tanganyika cichlids. Annual Meeting of the Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology, San Francisco, CA. Link
Burghardt GM. 2013 August 5. The origins of playfulness. International Ethological Conference, Newcastlegateshead, UK.
Burghardt GM. 2013 February 19. The play factor in religious rituals: Evidence from an unexpected source. Conference on the Value of Play, U.S. Play Coalition, Clemson University, SC.
Chen S, Sanderson M, White B, Amrine D, Lanzas C. 2013 May 20. Poster: Temporal-spatial heterogeneity in animal-environment contact: Implications for the exposure and transmission of pathogens. Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease, State College, PA.
Chow JS, Berg CL, Hymes M, Mcgee MD, Wainwright PC. 2013 January. Convergent feeding kinematics in elongate cichlids. Annual Meeting of the Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology, San Francisco, CA. Link
Collar DC, Mehta RS, Holzman R, Wainwright PC. 2013 January. The morphological and kinematic basis of suction feeding performance evolution. Annual Meeting of the Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology, San Francisco, CA. Link
Cordoni G. 2013 March 18. Let you play your cards right! Play behaviour and the maintenance of peaceful social relationships in primates. Obstacles and Catalysis of Peaceful Behavior, Lorentz Centre, Leiden, The Netherlands.
Earl JE, Gray MJ, Sutton WB. 2013. Ranavirus could speed up extinction for the endangered frog, Rana Sevosa. Ranavirus Symposium, Knoxville, TN.
Earl JE, MJ Gray. 2013. Capability of ranavirus to cause extinction in local populations of wood frogs. Wildlife Disease Association, Knoxville, TN.
Earl JE. 2013 April. Poster: Effects of animal movement ecology on the spatial distribution of active subsidies. Systems Ecology Symposium, University of Georgia's Odum School of Ecology.
Eda S. 2013 May. Mathematical modeling of Johne's disease epidemiology and immunology. Invited Seminar, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Mexicali, Mexico.
Estes S, Kalobwe E, Utsey K, Zhao X, Finotti H. 2013 August 2. Mathematical modeling of fetal electrocardiograms. REU 2013 Presentations, NIMBioS, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Link
Feng Z. 2013. A mathematical model for coupling within-host and between-host dynamics in an environmentally-driven infectious disease. MBI Workshop: From Within Host Dynamics to the Epidemiology of Infectious Disease, Ohio State University.
Gilman RT, Behm JE. 2013 January 17. Hybridization, species collapse, and reemergence after habitat disturbance. FroSpects Workshop on Species Interactions and Speciation, Umea University.
Gilman RT. 2013 February 7. The evolution of sexual imprinting. FroSpects Workshop on Behavior and Speciation, University of Oslo.
Gross L. 2013 April 16. "Best" in a biological context: Optimization across the biological hierarchy. Murray State University, Murray, KY.
Gross L. 2013 April 16. Educational approaches to encourage "fearless" scientists: Some lessons from 30 years of initiatives at the math/biology interface. Murray State University, Murray, KY.
Gross L. 2013 April 5. Mathematics and Life Science Education: Promoting Interdisciplinarity. University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
Gross L. 2013 February 19. "Best" in a biological context: Optimization across the biological hierarchy. Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA.
Gross L. 2013 June 12. Putting it all together: An integrated view of the life science curriculum. Keynote, HHMI Quantitative Biology Workshop, Emory University, Atlanta, GA.
Gross L. 2013 March 13. Space and control in natural systems. SEMOVI Series, Universite de Lyon, Lyon, France.
Gross L. 2013 March 4. Savannas, invasions and lessons from some mathematical models. Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
Gross L. 2013 May 28. Space and control in natural systems. National Science Foundation, Biological Sciences Directorate.
Hale B, Hoang K, Schaber K, Lenhart S, Eda S, Kennedy M. 2013 August 2. Modeling animal disease from coronavirus. REU 2013 Presentations, NIMBioS, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Link
Hale B, Schaber K. 2013 November 16. Modeling feline infectious peritonitis in a cattery. 2013 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN.
Haynes KJ. 2013 January. Geographical variation in spatial synchrony of gypsy moth outbreaks: Isolating effects of weather and dispersal. USDA Interagency Research Forum on Invasive Species.
Hritonenko N. 2013 February 25. Sustainable development in biological and environmental systems. TAMU, College Station, PVAMU, Prairie View, NSF-UBM-Colloquium.
Iacona GD, Bode M, Armsworth PR. 2013 August. Modeling the effectiveness of funding biodiversity protection as a multiplayer game with interacting conservatio organizations. INTECOL, London, UK.
Iacona GD, Bode M, Armsworth PR. 2013 July. Poster: Measuring the effectiveness of funding biodiversity conservation using a game theoretic framework. Society for Conservation Biology International Conference for Conservation Biology, Baltimore MD.
Ilany A. 2013 February. Modeling animal social networks. Bioinformatics Colloquium, University of Texas, El Paso, TX.
Ilany A. 2013 July. Modeling social network dynamics over 22 years in a wild spotted hyena population. 50th Annual Conference of the Animal Behavior Society, University of Colorado, Boulder.
Jiang J. 2013 February 25. Understanding ecological processes of species-environment interactions. Invited talk, South Florida Water Management District, West Palm Beach, FL.
Jiang J. 2013 November 6. Regime shift in a self-organized coastal wetland ecotone. 22nd Biennial Conference of the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation, San Diego, CA.
Kelly MR. 2013 August. Optimal fishery harvesting on a nonlinear parabolic differential equation in a heterogeneous spatial domain. Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI), The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
Kelly MR. 2013 November. The impact of human and pathogen movement on optimal vaccination strategies in a cholera epidemic. Invited Graduate Student Seminar, Maryville College, Maryville, TN.
Kelly MR. 2013 October. Optimal fishery harvesting on a nonlinear parabolic differential equation in a heterogeneous spatial domain. Southeastern-Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Kershenbaum A. 2013 August 5. Animal vocal sequences and their statistical properties: A cross-taxa comparison. International Ethological Conference, Newcastle.
Kershenbaum A. 2013 December 5. What and where is the information in animal vocalisations?. Behavioural Ecology Group Weekly Seminar, University of Michigan.
Kershenbaum A. 2013 January. Syntactic analyses of bird song. University of Haifa.
Kershenbaum A. 2013 January. Where is identity information hidden in dolphin signature whistles?. Ad hoc Seminar, Tel Aviv University.
Kershenbaum A. 2013 January. Where is identity information hidden in dolphin signature whistles?. University of Haifa.
Kershenbaum A. 2013 July 29. Animal vocal sequences and their statistical properties: A cross-taxa comparison. Animal Behaviour Society, Boulder.
Kershenbaum A. 2013 March 13. Perceptual techniques to interpret cetacean vocal information. Ad hoc Seminar, Scripps Institute of Oceanography.
Kershenbaum A. 2013 March 14. Analysing sequences in animal vocal communication. NIMBioS MSI Outreach Lecture, California State University, San Marcos.
Kershenbaum A. 2013 September 10. Can we talk to dolphins?. Science Café, Ijams Nature Center, Knoxville, TN.
Keung J, Napoles M. 2013 August. Agent-based model to investigate seasonality in Escherichia coli O157 transmission between pastoral beef cattle. Undergraduate Research Capstone Conference, Mathematical Biosciences Institute.
Keung J. 2013 November 16. Agent-based model to investigate seasonality in Escherichia coli O157 transmission between pastoral beef cattle. 2013 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN.
Kueng J, Napoles M, Vella M, Lanzas C, Chen S. 2013 August 2. Modeling the environmental transmission of infectious diseases: Escherichia coli transmission in cattle. REU 2013 Presentations, NIMBioS, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Link
Lambert J. 2013 August. Modeling social network dynamics in the spotted hyena (Crocuta crocuta). Undergraduate Capstone Conference, Mathematical Biosciences Institute.
Langlais M. 2013 August. Spatial spread of a multi-stage parasite through a fragmented landscape. Models in Population Dynamics and Ecology, International Conference, Osnabrueck University, Germany.
Langlais M. 2013 June 4. Predator-prey system within a spatially fragmented environment. North University of China, Taiyuan Shanxi PRC.
Lawing AM. 2013 January. Using the past to inform future expectations of species response to climate change. The Convergence of Conservation Paleontology and Biogeography Plenary Symposium, 6th International Biogeography Conference, Miami, FL.
Lawing AM. 2013 October 5. Using evolutionary biology to inform our understanding of species and community responses to environmental change. Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in the Sciences Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX. Link
Lawing AM. 2013. Integrated climate change biology: Using the past to predict future species response to climate change. Bioinformatics Symposium, University of Texas, El Paso.
Lawing AM. 2013. Integrated climate change biology: Using the past to predict future species response to climate change. Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
Magombedze G. 2013 April 29. Mathematical modeling of host-pathogen immunological interactions and molecular biological systems. Math Colloquium, West Virginia University, Morgan Town, WV. Link
Magombedze G. 2013 February. How to develop immunological models for infectious diseases. Guest Lecture, Howard University, DC.
Magombedze G. 2013 February. Transmission and persistence of Johne's Disease. Mathematics Colloquia & Seminar, Howard University, DC. Link
Magombedze G. 2013 March 13. Poster: Latency and dormancy gene regulatory mechanisms in Mycobacterium tuberculosis latency infection. Keyston Symposium: Host Response in Tuberculosis, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada.
Magombedze G. 2013 November 1. Evaluation of the current Johne's disease transmission and persistence paradigm using a mathematical model. Field of Dreams Conference, Phoenix, AZ.
Magombedze G. 2013 October 1. Modeling the immune response of cattle infected with Johne's Disease. SACNAS Conference, San Antonio, TX.
Magombedze G. 2013 October 19. Mathematical modelling of the Th1/Th2 immune response in Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis infection in ruminants. MDA Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.
Martin RA, Langerhans RB. 2013. Piscivorous fish in a fishless environment: Dietary and phenotypic differentiation of bigmouth sleepers in Bahamas blue holes. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology.
Martin RA. 2013. Ecological causes of selection and divergence. Dept. of Biology, Case Western Reserve University.
Martinez M. 2013 January. Optimal control of integrodifference equations in a host-pathogen system. Speaker, Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego, CA.
Meyer K, Houle D. 2013 October. Sampling based approximation of confidence intervals for functions of genetic covariance matrices. 20th Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and Genetics, Napier, New Zealand. Link
Milt AW, Armsworth PR. 2013 December. Poster: Environmental impacts of Marcellus gas development: Tradeoffs among impacts and siting practices. The Nature Convervancy's All Science Meeting, Santa Clara, CA.
Ngonghala C. 2013 January. Poverty traps driven by feedback between economics and the ecology of infectious diseases. Master of Public Health Lecture, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sant'e Publique (EHESP), Paris, France.
Noon K, Welsh CJE, Ingersoll T. 2013 April 30. Analysis of changes in wintering bird numbers using the Knoxville Christmas Bird Count as a case study. Science Academy STEM A-ffair, Farragut High School, Farragut, TN.
Noon K, Welsh CJE, Ingersoll T. 2013 February 28. Analysis of changes in wintering bird numbers using the Knoxville Christmas Bird Count as a case study. 48th Annual Tennessee Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, UT Conference Center, Knoxville, TN.
Numfor E. 2013 July. Optimal control applied in coupled within-host and between-host models. SIAM Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
Numfor E. 2013 March. Optimal control applied in coupled within-host and between-host models. SIAM-SEAS Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Palagi E. 2013 March 18. Natural conflict resolution: Retrospect and prospect. Plenary talk, Lorentz Center, University of Leiden, The Netherlands.
Remien CH, Sussman NL, Adler FR. 2013 June 10. Mathematical modeling acetaminophen metabolism and liver injury. Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB) 2013 Annual Meeting, Tempe, AZ.
Remien CH. 2013 March. You are more than what you eat. Ideas of March Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.
Remien CH. 2013 October. Uncovering mysteries with mathematical models of biological markers. Applied Math Seminar, Tennessee State Univ., Nashville, TN.
Remien CH. 2013 September. Uncovering mysteries with mathematical models of biological markers. Invited Seminar, College of Math and Science, Univ. of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK.
Ryan D. 2013 March 1. An introduction to deep learning. Biomedical Engineering Student Seminar on Machine Learning, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Ryan D. 2013 May 23. Prediction of ICU in-hospital mortality using a deep Boltzmann machine and dropout neural net. ORNL Biomedical Sciences and Engineering Conference.
Shimada M. 2013 August 20. Dynamics and network of social play among wild chimpanzees in Mahale Mountains National Park. Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan.
Shimada M. 2013 May 21. The network of social play among wild chimpanzees. SUNBELT33, International Netowrk for Social Network Analysis, Hamburg, Germany.
Slater M. 2013 June 20. Counting cats: Some guidance and an example. 5th International Symposium on Non-Surgical Contraceptive Methods of Pet Population Control, Alliance for Contraception in Cats and Dogs, Portland, OR. Link
Smuts B. 2013 July 28. Keynote Address: Social behavior in wolves and dogs. 50th Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Boulder, CO.
Souza MJ, Reeder D, Hines B, Dutkosky R, Ramsay E, Cairns T, Newkirk K, Cox S. 2013 September 3. Investigation of a terbinafine impregnated subcutaneous implant for the prevention or treatment of white nose syndrome in little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus). White Syndrome Symposium, Boise, ID.
Spencer M. 2013 April 24. Measuring the rate of succession. Invited Seminar, University of Sheffield, UK.
Sturner K. 2013. Modeling the forest - math and sciecne are better together!. Tennessee Science Teachers' Association Conference, Murfreesboro, TN.
Tsiligaridis J. 2013 November 13. Approximation methods for Multiple Sequence Alignment based on Minimum Spanning Trees. Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students, ABRCMS 2013, Nashville, Tennessee.
Utsey K, Estes S. 2013 November 16. Mathematical modeling of fetal electrocardiograms. 2013 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN.
Weitz JS, Stock CA, Wilhelm SW, Bourouiba L, Buchan A, Coleman ML, Follows MJ, Fuhrman JA, Lennon JT, Middelboe M, Sonderegger DL, Suttle CA, Thingstad TF, Wilson WH, Wommack KE. 2013 November 3. A multitrophic model to quantify the effects of marine viruses on microbial feed webs and ecosystem processes. Plenary, Aquatic Virus Workshop 7, St. Petersburg, FL. Link
Wilhelm SW, Sonderegger DL, Stock CA, Weitz JS, Suttle CA, Bourouiba L, Buchan A, Middelboe M, Coleman ML, Follows MJ, Fuhrman JA, Lennon JT, Thingstad TF, Wilson WH, Wommack KE. 2013 November 3. Mapping global distributions and activity of marine viruses. Opening Plenary, Aquatic Virus Workshop 7, St. Petersburg, FL. Link
Yazdi S, Wurm A. 2013 November. Using Bioinformatics to Determine which Proteolytic Enzymes cut GPI-Anchored Proteins into Peptides of Ideal Length for Mass Spectrometry Analysis. Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics.
Zawistowski S, Miller P, Boone J, Lawler D, Slater M, Levy J, Nutter F, Briggs J. 2013 November 9. Simulating different approaches for managing free-roaming cat populations. National Council on Pet Population and Society of Animal Welfare Administrators Research Symposium, Tempe, AZ.
Zawistowski S. 2013 June 20. Focus on felines: Tools to help you plan your programs and measure your success. 5th International Symposium on Non-Surgical Contraceptive Methods of Pet Population Control, Alliance for Contraception in Cats and Dogs, Portland, OR. Link

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Presentations and Posters 2012 Link
Allen LJS. 2012 January. Mathematical modeling of viral zoonoses in wildlife. Joint Mathematics Meetings, Special Session, Boston, MA.
Bewick S, Shik J, Stuble K, Karsai I. 2012 July 25. Thermoregulation by cavity nesting ants. Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB) 2012 Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Bewick S. 2012 April. Too hot to handle: Temperature and its effects on the lives of ants. Invited Speaker, Dept of Biological Sciences, ETSU & the Institute for Quantitative Biology.
Bishop P. 2012. Impacts of an interdisciplinary research center on participant publication and collaboration activities. American Evaluation Association Annual Conference 2012.
Bogen S, Robins J, Westhoek A. 2012 July 20. Agent-based model for Johne's disease dynamics in a dairy herd. UT STEM REU Symposium, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Bogen S, Robins J, Westhoek A. 2012 July 25. Poster: Agent-based model for Johne's disease dynamics in a dairy herd. Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB) 2012 Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Bokil VA. 2012 July 25. Stochastic models for competing species with a shared pathogen. In Minisymposium: Epidemiology of Multi-host Pathogens: Math and Biology Perspectives, Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB) 2012 Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Boone JD. 2012 December. Adaptive management for free-ranging cats. The Outdoor Cat: Science and Policy from a Global Perspective, Humane Society of the United States, Marina Del Ray, CA.
Boone JD. 2012 October. A vision for more effective management of free-ranging cats. ACC&D Stakeholders Meetings, Las Vegas, NV.
Botesteanu D. 2012 January 4. How does the effort a mother bird expends on her offspring depend on the attractiveness of her mate?. Joint Mathematics Meeting, Boston, MA.
Botesteanu D. 2012 January 6. Poster: How does the effort a mother bird expends on her offspring depend on the attractiveness of her mate?. Undergraduate Poster Session, Joint Mathematics Meeting, Boston, MA.
Burghardt GM. 2012 September 10. Origins and biology of play. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany.
Burghardt GM. 2012 September 13. Signposts of progress in understanding the mystery of play: A bottom up approach. Play, Ritual and Believe in Animals and In Early Human Societies, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge University, UK.
Burghardt GM. 2012 September 14. The origins, evolution, and interconnections of play and ritual: Setting the stage. Play, Ritual and Believe in Animals and In Early Human Societies, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge University, UK.
Burghardt GM. 2012 September 17. The origins and biology of animal play. Zoology Department, Oxford University, UK.
Carr E. 2012 February 26. Web-based feral swine management tool for natural resource. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, New York, NY.
Carter PA. 2012 March. Evolution of biological shape: A function-valued approach. Plenary talk, The Histochemical Society and NSF Innovations in Biological Imaging and Visualization Pis Meeting, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA.
Carter PA. 2012 March. Poster: Analysis of mass growth curve of flour beetles. The Histochemical Society and NSF Innovations in Biological Imaging and Visualization Pis Meeting, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA.
Collier S, Lasebikan O, Liu Y, Finotti H, Kozak G, Gilman T. 2012 July 25. Poster: Modeling the evolution of male sexual imprinting. Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB) 2012 Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Collier S, Lasebikan O, Liu Y. 2012 July 20. Modeling the evolution of male sexual imprinting. UT STEM REU Symposium, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Crosley E, Nivens A, Rubin I, Lanzas C, Lenhart S, Lelu M, Phan T. 2012 December 2. Poster: Modeling Salmonella dynamics within a finishing pig farm: Group structure effects on transmission. Conference of Research Workers in Animal Disease, Chicago, IL.
Crosley E, Nivens A, Rubin I. 2012 July 20. Spatially explicit model of Salmonella transmission in grower pigs. UT STEM REU Symposium, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Crosley E, Nivens A, Rubin I. 2012 July 25. Poster: Spatially explicit model of Salmonella transmission in grower pigs. Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB) 2012 Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Dillon J, Li W, Perez A. 2012 July 20. Modeling protein translation and genome evolution. UT STEM REU Symposium, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Dillon J, Li W, Perez A. 2012 July 25. Poster: Modeling protein translation and genome evolution. Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB) 2012 Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Dillon J, Li W, Perez A. 2012. Modeling protein translation and genome evolution. University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Dorazio RM. 2012 July. Predicting the geographic distribution of a species from presence-only data subject to detection errors. Joint Statistical Meetings, San Diego, CA.
Dutkosky R, Newkirk K, Reeder D, Ramsay E, Souza M. 2012 December. Evaluation of a terbinafine impregnated subcutaneous implant in Geomyces destructans-infected bats. Annual Conference of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists, Seattle, WA.
Eda S, Lenhart S, Stabel J, Bannanitine J, Gardner I, Schukken Y. 2012 February 5. Investigative workshop for mathematical modeling of Johne's disease epidemiology. 11th International Colloquium on Paratuberculosis, Sydney, Australia.
Gavrilets S. 2012 February. Approaches to modeling the transition from small- to large-scale societies. NIMBioS.
Gavrilets S. 2012 February. On the evolutionary origins of human egalitarian syndrome. University of Toulouse, France.
Gavrilets S. 2012 March. On the evolutionary origins of human egalitarian syndrome. Santa Fe Institute.
Gavrilets S. 2012 March. On the evolutionary origins of human egalitarian syndrome. Univ. of Lausanne, Switzerland.
Gavrilets S. 2012 March. On the evolutionary origins of human egalitarian syndrome. Univ. of Montpellier, France.
Gilman RT. 2012 November 16. Using models to predict evolution in changing environments. Invited Seminar, Centre for Mathematical Biology, University of Bath.
Gilman RT. 2012 November 22. Using models to predict evolution in changing environments. Animal and Plant Sciences Seminar, University of Sheffield.
Gilman RT. 2012 November 6. Using models to predict evolution in response to environmental change. EBC Graduate School Seminar, Uppsala University.
Gilman RT. 2012 October 26. Using models to predict evolution in response to environmental change. Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis Seminar, University of Oslo.
Gilman RT. 2012. Using models to predict evolution in changing environments. University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.
Gilot-Fromont E, Langlais M, Lelu M. 2012 April. Prey abundance, fragmented spatial structure and T. gondii persistence. ReaDiLab, Universite du Paris-Sud, Orsay, France.
Gilot-Fromont E, Langlais M, Lelu M. 2012 December. A multi-stages and multi-hosts parasite / predator-prey system within a spatially fragmented environment. Gaston Berger University, Saint Louis, Senegal.
Gilot-Fromont E, Langlais M, Lelu M. 2012 May. A multi-stages and multi-hosts parasite / predator-prey system within a spatially fragmented environment. Bio-Dynamics Day 2012 Workshop, Universite du Havre, Le Havre, France.
Gotteland C, Forin-Wiart MA, Poulle ML, Charbonnel N, Gilot-Fromont E, Villena I. 2012. Spatial distribution of soil and animal contamination by Toxoplasma gondii in a rural area. European Multicolloquium of Parasitology, Kluj, Romania.
Gotteland C, Poulle ML, Charbonnel N, Villena I, Gilot-Fromont E. 2012. Spatial distribution of Toxoplasma gondii in animal populations and soil. 13th International Symposium on Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Maastricht, the Netherlands.
Griffin HC, Chaffee DW. 2012 July 20. The evolution of sexual imprinting. UT STEM REU Symposium, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Link
Griffin HC, Chaffee DW. 2012 July 25. Poster: The evolution of sexual imprinting. Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB) 2012 Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Gross L, Gavrilets S. 2012 January 17. NIMBioS: Fostering Mathematics Interactions with Life Sciences Research and Human Health. NIH National Institute for General Medical Sciences.
Gross L. 2012 April 6. The vision of vision change. Invited Symposium Speaker, Association of Southeastern Biologists Annual Meeting, Athens, GA.
Gross L. 2012 January 10. Ecology and big projects: Lessons from everglades restoration planning. Invited speaker, University of California at Los Angeles Dept of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
Gross L. 2012 January 10. Mathematics and life science education: Promoting interdisciplinarity. Invited speaker, University of California at Los Angeles Dept of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
Gross L. 2012 June 13. Creating a collaborative and mentoring community. Panel Leader, HHMI Making Biomath Happen Meeting, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.
Gross L. 2012 June 18. An introduction to thinking like a probabilist about biology. MBI/NIMBioS/CAMBAM Summer Graduate Workshop, Ohio State University.
Gross L. 2012 June 28. Examples of quantitative activities for introductory biology. AAAS/NSF Workshop on Introductory Biology.
Gross L. 2012 June 28. Quantitative aspects of introductory biology. Workshop Session, AAAS/NSF Workshop on Introductory Biology.
Gross L. 2012 March 27. Mathematics and Life Science Education: Promoting Interdisciplinarity. St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN.
Gross L. 2012 March 27. Space and control in natural systems. St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN.
Gross L. 2012 November 1. Model evaluation and data needs: One biologist's perspective. NRC Workshop on Data Collection in Support of Modeling and Simulation, Washington, DC.
Gross L. 2012 October 22. NIMBioS: Examples of research efforts at the interface of mathematics and the life sciences involving multiple scales. NIH/NIBIB Multiscale Modeling Consortium Poster Session, Bethesda, MD.
Gurarie D. 2012 December. Random aggregation in SIR transmission: Agent approach. Optimal Control for Agent-based Models Working Group, NIMBioS, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Gurarie D. 2012 September. Disease transmission in complex environment: How mathematics could help to predict and control infections. Colloquium, Medical School and Institute of Natural Sciences, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil.
Gurarie D. 2012 September. Heterogeneity in helminth infection, transmission and control. Invited address, 13th International Symposium on Schistosomiasis, Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil.
Hall F, Welch J, Woodard D. 2012 July 20. The effects of constituent monoterpenes of Monarda on sporulation and germ tube growth of Beauveria bassiana. UT STEM REU Symposium, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Hall F, Welch J, Woodard D. 2012 July 25. Poster: The effects of constituent monoterpenes of Monarda on sporulation and germ tube growth of Beauveria bassiana. Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB) 2012 Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Haynes KJ, Bjornstad ON, Allstadt AJ, Liebhold AM. 2012 August 5. Geographical variation in spatial synchrony of forest-insect outbreaks: Isolating the drivers of synchrony. The Ecological Society of America 2012 Annual Meeting, Portland, OR.
Hennessey K, Mutambuka V, Rhoads A. 2012 July 20. Estimating rates of HIV recombination during first months post infection. UT STEM REU Symposium, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Hennessey K, Mutambuka V, Rhoads A. 2012 July 25. Poster: Estimating rates of HIV recombination during first months post infection. Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB) 2012 Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Hritonenko N, Yatsenko YU, Goetz R. 2012 January. The environmental impact on sustainable forest management. American Mathematical Society, Boston, MA.
Hritonenko N, Yatsenko YU. 2012 May 30. Generalized functions in qualitative analysis of population control problems. 12th Viennese Workshop on Optimal Control, Dynamic Games and Nonlinear Dynamics, Vienna, Austria.
Iacona GD, Price FD, Armsworth PR. 2012 December. Predicted invadedness of protected areas varies across species but is independent of funding. Ecological Society of Australia Conference, Melbourne, VIC.
Kaiser KA, Dhurandhar EJ, Allison DB. 2012. Using empirical observations to update theoretical predictions of the effects of manipulations on components of energy balance. The Obesity Society Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
Kanarek A. 2012 August 5. Overcoming Allee effects through evolutionary, genetic, and demographic rescue. The Ecological Society of America 2012 Annual Meeting, Portland, OR.
Kanarek A. 2012 July 25. Individual-based modeling and the consequences of Allee effects. Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB) 2012 Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Kanarek A. 2012 March 20. Paradox lost: Rescue from Allee effects. Applied Biomathematics, SUNY Stony Brook.
Kanarek A. 2012 November 11. Modeling quantitative genetics: How to be genetically explicit. Insect-Plant Interaction Symposium, Entomological Society of America National Meeting.
Kanarek A. 2012 September 12. Allee effects and invasion success. NEOBIOTA, Halting Biological Invasions: From Data to Decisions, 7th European Conference on Biological Invasions, Pontevedra, Spain.
Lambrinos J. 2012 February. Invasion risk in an edgy world. Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series, Oregan State University.
Lee L, Nguyen A. 2012 January 6. Poster: Modeling feral cat population dynamics in Knox County, TN. MAA Undergraduate Poster Session, Joint Mathematics Meeting, Boston, MA.
Lee L, Nguyen A. 2012 March. Modeling feral dynamics. University of Tennessee 3rd Annual Honors Symposium, Knoxville, TN.
Lee L, Nguyen A. 2012 March. Poster: Modeling feral dynamics. 15th Annual Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement (EUReCA), University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Lelu M, Langlais M, Poulle ML, Gilot-Fromont E, Gandon S. 2012 July 25. When should a trophically and vertically transmitted parasite manipulate its intermediate host?. Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB) 2012 Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Lelu M, Langlais M, Poulle ML, Gilot-Fromont E, Gandon S. 2012 July. Poster: When should a trophically and vertically transmitted parasite manipulate its intermediate host?. First Joint Congress on Evolutionary Biology, Otawa, Canada.
Lenhart S. 2012 January 4. Tres and soil microbes: Activities for bringing life (science) to mathematics. Joint Mathematics Meetings, Boston, MA.
Magombedze G. 2012 August 27. Poster: Transmission and persistence of Johne's disease: Is the iceberg phenomenon consistent with disease transmission dynamics. Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI), The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. Link
Magombedze G. 2012 December. Mycobacterium tuberculosis latency regulation: Insights from mathematical and computational modeling. John Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD.
Magombedze G. 2012 February. FME (R package) for sensitivity analysis in ODES. Math Biology Seminar, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Magombedze G. 2012 July 25. Assessment of Th1/Th2 immune response paradigm in Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis infections. Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB) 2012 Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Magombedze G. 2012 October. Mycobacterium tuberculosis regulatory mechanisms in latency infection. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.
Magombedze G. 2012 September. Understanding Mycobacterium tuberculosis latency infection. Emory University, Atlanta, GA.
Martin RA. 2012. Disruptive selection and the evolution of resource polymorphism. HOFF lab group meeting, Dept of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Martinez M. 2012 October. Optimal control of integrodifference equations in a host-pathogen system. South-Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations (SEARCDE), Winston Salem, NC.
Massaro T, Lenhart S, Eda S. 2012 July 25. Mathematical modeling for cost analysis of EVELISA-based Johne's disease control. Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB) 2012 Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN. Link
Miller P. 2012 October. Free-roaming cat population dynamics: A simulation modeling project update. Alliance for Contraception in Cats and Dogs, Stakeholder Meeting, Las Vegas, NV.
Momotani E. 2012 February 3. Epidemic situation and control of paratuberculosis in Japan. International Symposium on Worldwide Infectious Diseases of Farm Animal in Production Medicine: Prospective and Perspective.
Momotani E. 2012 February 5. Etiological relationship of Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis and human Crohn's disease: Histological, molecular comparison and new evidence of the pathogenesis. Sydney, Australia.
Ngonghala C. 2012 August 27. The impact of insecticide impregnated bed-nets, indoor residual spraying, and treatment. Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI), The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
Ngonghala C. 2012 February 10. The role of mosquito demography and nourishment habits in the dynamics of malaria transmission. NIMBioS Outreach Talk, Howard University, Washington, DC.
Ngonghala C. 2012 February 17. Malaria Modeling. Invited lecturer, College of Veterinary Medicine, Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Ngonghala C. 2012 January 4. Health safety nets can break cycles of poverty and disease: A stochastic ecological model. AMS Session on Mathematical Biology and Related Fields I, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Boston, MA.
Ngonghala C. 2012 January 6. Extreme multi-stability in a chemical model system. MAA General Contribution Paper Session: Research in Applied Mathematics I, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Boston, MA.
Ngonghala C. 2012 January 7. Hopf and backward bifurcations in a new model for the dynamics of malaria transmission. AMS Special Session on Control of Biological and Physical Systems II, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Boston, MA.
Ngonghala C. 2012 July 25. Mosquito demography and nourishment habits can account for observed patterns in malaria transmission. Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB) 2012 Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Ngonghala C. 2012 October. Epidemiology meets ecology: How understanding insects helps fight disease. Scientific Symposium, SACNAS Conference, Seattle, WA.
Ngonghala C. 2012 October. The role of stochasticity and safety nets in breaking disease-induced poverty traps. Modern Mathematics Workshop, SACNAS Conference, Seattle, WA.
Ngonghala C. 2012 October. Understanding mosquito demography can improve malaria control: New mathematical modeling insights. Computational and Applied Mathematics Seminar, Purdue University.
Numfor E. 2012 October. Optimal control applied in coupled within-host and between-host models. SEARCDE, Winston Salem, NC.
Oremland M. 2012 April. Otpimization and control of agent-based models: Heuristics and beyond. Army Research Office Workshop: Biologically Inspired Algorithms for Multiobjective Optimization, Williamsburg, VA.
Oremland M. 2012 July 25. Discrete model conversion and heuristic control for a spatially explicit resource-based ABM. Society of Mathematical Biology (SMB) 2012 Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN.
Oremland M. 2012 July. Model reduction and model conversion. SwarmFest, Charlotte, NC.
OremlandMa. 2012 October. Mathematical analysis of agent-based models: Discrete and heuristic methods. SACNAS National Conference, Seattle, WA.
Ryan D. 2012 July 23. Numerical solution of optimal control problems. NIMBioS Seminar, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Ryan D. 2012 July 26. A cross-diffusion model for avoidance behavior in an intraguild predation community. Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Biology, Knoxville, TN.
Ryan D. 2012 July 3. A cross-diffusion model for avoidance behavior in an intraguild predation community. 9th AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications, Orlando, FL.
Ryan SJ, Tildesley M. 2012 May. Poster: Disease prevention or data privacy: Are landcover maps useful in informing spatial epidemic models?. 2012 EEID Conference, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
Schaefer K. 2012 March 29. Modeling the first 7 days of HIV infection. National Conference of Undergraduate Researchers, Ogden, UT. Link
Shaefer K, Noecker C, Zaccheo, Ganusov V, Day J, Yang Y. 2012. Modeling of early SIV/HIV infection. Celebration of Undergraduate Scholarship, Valparaiso University.
Shimada M. 2012 August 13. Balance theory and the dynamics of temporal structures of playing clusters and cliques among wild chimpanzees. The 24th Congress on the International Primatological Society, Cancun, Mexico.
Souza MJ, Yarbrough JW, Cox SK. 2012 June. In vitro investigation of a terbinafine impregnated subcutaneous implant. White nose syndrome symposium, Little Rock, AR.
Souza MJ. 2012 June. Evaluation of a terbinafine impregnated implant for the prevention of white nose syndrome. White Nose Syndrome Symposium, Madison, WI.
Sturner K, Lenhart S. 2012 January 4. Trees and soil microbes: Activities for bringing life (science) to mathematics. Joint Mathematics Meetings, Boston, MA.
Thibert-Plante X, Berner D. 2012 July 6. The evolution of habitat preference in ecological speciation. Evolution 2012, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Tsiligaridis J. 2012 November 7. Consensus Discovery Membership Evaluation and Comparison of Profile HMM. Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students, San Jose, CA.
Velasco-Hernandez JX. 2012 January. Mathematical epidemiology: Examples, data and associated models. II Reunion Conjunta de la Real Sociedad Matematica Espanola y la Sociedad Matematica Mexicano.
Wadhwa A, Li S, Yang K, Liu X, Bannatine J, Eda S, Wu J. 2012 February. Development of a lab-on-a-chip immunoassay for diagnosis of Johne's Disease. International Association for Paratuberculosis.
Welsh C. 2012 July. Fostering interdisciplinarity at the interface of biology and mathematics: Lessons from a national institute. International Union of Biological Sciences 2012 Conference, Suzhou, China.
Yahdi M, Dougherty E, Dunlea M, Watton C. 2012 January. Poster: Optimal control theory for a VRE model. Annual Joint Mathematics Meetings of the MAA and AMS, Boston, MA.
Yahdi M, Dunlea M. 2012 April. Modeling and analysis of a multiscale interaction. SIAM/MAA Third Mid-Atlantic Regional Applied Mathematics Conference, Shippensburg University.
Yahdi M, Dunlea M. 2012 January. Optimal control for a VRE model. AMS Session on Mathematical Biology and Related Fields, American Mathematical Society (AMS), Boston, MA.
Yahdi M. 2012 April. Mathematical modeling, transmission dynamics and control of antibiotic-resistant infections. Invited Speaker, Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium, Villanova University.

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​​Gavrilets S. 2011 August. Rapid transition towards the division of labor via evolution of developmental plasticity. Tubingen, Germany.
​Crawley C. 2011 March. ​Information science at the interface of mathematics and biology: The example of NIMBIoS. Informational talk. ​Environmental information science undergraduate course at Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Agusto F. 2011 February 18. Control strategies in malaria transmission models. Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, University of Washington, Tacoma.
Agusto F. 2011 January. Optimal control of the spread of malaria super-infectivity. AMS Special Session on Structured Models in Ecology, Evolution, and Epidemiology: Periodicity, Extinction, and Chaos, Joint Math Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
Akcay E. 2011 April. ​Research presentation. ​Research presentation, NC State Univ. Raleigh.
Allesina S. 2011 July. Inference in food webs based on maximum likelihood and Bayesian approaches. TIES 2011 Third North American Regional Meeting, La Crosse, WI.
An G. 2011 April. Insights into core epistemological issues in biomedical research through the use of computational modeling and simulation: Addressing the fallacy of ontological truth and learning to deal with incompleteness. 1st Conference on Epistemology in Modeling and Simulation, Pittsburgh, PA.
An G. 2011 March. Meta-engineering the generation and utilization of biomedical knowledge. Global Health Colloquium, Eck Institute for Global Health, Notre Dame University, South Bend, IN.
An G. 2011 March. Translational systems biology of inflammation and healing. 10th Annual Scientific Retreat and Strategic Planning Mission of the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, PA.
Ane C, Knowles L. 2011 November. Using both genes and phenotypes to delimit species. Workshop "Evolutionary Genomics", part of the semester program “Mathematical and Computational Approaches in High-Throughput Genomics”, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), UCLA.
Bani-Yaghoub M, Gautam R, Shuai Z, van den Driessche P, Ivanek R. 2011 October 7. Basic and type-reproduction numbers for a compartmental model of an infectious disease with free-living pathogen. The Third International Conference on Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of Populations in Biological Systems (ICMA III), San Antonio, TX.
Bewick SA, Chisholm RA, Akcay E, Godsoe W. 2011 August 7. 'Neutral' models with overlapping niches. The Ecological Society of America 2011 Annual Meeting, Austin, TX.
Bewick SA, Chisholm RA, Akcay E, Godsoe W. 2011 October 27. Tropical biodiversity: New models for an old problem. Mathematics at the 2011 Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) National Conference, San Jose, CA.
Bishop P. 2011 February. Using program theory to communicate evaluation plans with stakeholders. Paper presented at Southeastern Evaluation Association Annual Conference, Tallahassee, FL.
Blankenship T, Yang Y. 2011 October 21. Statistical tracking of fast movements of organelles. 2011 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN.
Bokil VA. 2011 December. Stochastic models for competing species with a shared pathogen. In: Topics in Ecological Models, International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research, University of Portland, Portland, OR.
Bolnick D, et al. 2011 August 7. The mechanisms by which trait variation matters ecologically. The Ecological Consequences of Intraspecific Variation, The Ecological Society of America Symposium on Theory and Dynamics of Savanna Systems, Austin, TX.
Bolnick D. 2011. The ecological consequences of individual variation. Symposium, Ecological Society of America.
Botesteanu D, Goglio F, Yong Y. 2011 October 21. How does the effort a mother bird expends on her offspring depend on the attractiveness of her mate?. 2011 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN.
Camacho ET, Melara L, Villalobos C, Wirkus S. 2011 July. An optimal control mathematical model for photoreceptor interactions. 7th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Canner J. 2011 January. How do we measure the response of species interactions to climate change? The use of models and experiments to study myrmecochory. MAA-AMS Joint Mathematics Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
Canner J. 2011 May. How do we measure the response of species interactions to climate change? The use of models and experiments to study myrmecochory. SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems, Snowbird, UT.
Carter PA. 2011 November. Evolution of the integrated phenotype: A function-valued approach. Seminar, Dept. of Biology, University of California, Riverside, CA.
Chen S, Sanderson M, Lanzas C. 2011 November 29. Modeling temporal patterns of Escherichia coli O157 fecal shedding in cattle. Epidemics 3rd International Conference on Infectious Disease Dynamcis, Boston, MA.
Chitrakar R, Shrestha S. 2011 October 21. The effect of borneol on the germination and growth of the fungus Beauveria bassiana. 2011 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN.
Christley S, An G, Bhattacharya S, Mariana T. 2011 May 17. A novel parsed network analysis of whole lung genomic data; towards spatially-explicit dynamic modeling of early human lung development. American Thoracic Society, Denver, CO.
Christley S, An G. 2011 April 9. The computational modeling assistant: Facilitating dynamic hypothesis instantiation through the use of biomedical and modeling & simulation ontologies. Huggins Research Symposium of the Univ. of Chicago Dept of Surgery, Chicago, IL.
Christley S, An G. 2011 April. A proposed method for dynamic knowledge representation via agent-directed composition from biomedical and simulation ontologies: An example using Gut Mucus Layer Dynamics. SpringSim 2011/Agent-Directed Simulation Track, Boston, MA.
Christley S, An G. 2011 March. Proposed agent-based composition of biomedical and simulation ontologies: Facilitating dynamic hypothesis instantiation. AMIA Summit on Translational Bioinformatics 2001, San Francisco, CA.
Colasanti R, An G. 2011 April 9. The Scorpion King and the frog: Why it is the nature of gut bacteria to be virulent. Huggins Research Symposium, Dept. of Surgery, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.
Connor EF, Dorazio RM. 2011 May. Estimating abundance-based patterns of species co-occurrence using foraging guilds spatial covariates. San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA.
Crawley C. 2011 September 8. Legality and ethics: Research and the legacy of Henrietta Lacks at UTK. Invited Panelist, UT's Life of the Mind Discussion Panel for Freshman, Univ. of Tennessee.
Cressie N. 2011 August. Spatio-temporal statistics. CSIRO Workshop on Statistics for Spatio-Temporal Data, CSIRO, Canberra, Australia.
Day J. 2011 September 26. Modeling the host response to respiratory pathogens: Mycobacterium Tuberculosis and Bacillus Anthracis. AMS Fall Southeastern Section Meeting, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC.
Dorazio RM, Connor EF. 2011 July 18. Estimating abundance-based patterns of species co-occurrence using phylogenetic data and spatial covariates. TIES 2011, Third North American Regional Meeting, La Crosse, WI.
Dorazio RM, Gotelli NJ, Ellison AM. 2011 April 25. Modern methods of estimating biodiversity from presence-absence surveys. Colloquium in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation, San Francisco State University.
Dorazio RM. 2011 July 18. Statistical models for the analysis of binary matrices in ecological problems. TIES 2011, Third North American Regional Meeting, La Crosse, WI.
Dorazio RM. 2011 September. Estimating the geographic distribution of a species using presence-only records. USGS Webinar hosted by Southeast Ecological Science Center, Gainesville, FL.
Ellner S, Hairston (Jr.) N, Geber M. 2011 August 7. Measuring the ecological impact of trait dynamics due to rapid evolution and palsticity. The Ecological Consequences of Intraspecific Variation, The Ecological Society of America Symposium on Theory and Dynamics of Savanna Systems, Austin, TX.
Ganusov V. 2011 April. Physics of immunity: Complexity approach. Invited talk, Dresden, Germany.
Gaoue O. 2011 August 29. Asymptotic growth rates underestimate the transient dynamic response of a tropical tree to harvest. Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI), The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
Gaoue O. 2011 December. Integral projection modeling: Why, how and what for?. The 1st Masamu Advanced Study Institute and Workshops in Mathematical Sciences, Livingstone, Zambia.
Gaoue O. 2011 December. Matrix population models: Deterministic and stochastic dynamics. The 1st Masamu Advanced Study Institute and Workshops in Mathematical Sciences, Livingstone, Zambia.
Gaoue O. 2011 December. Modeling the short- and long-term consequences of plant harvest. The 1st Masamu Advanced Study Institute and Workshops in Mathematical Sciences, Livingstone, Zambia.
Gaoue O. 2011 June. What metric of sustainability for wild plants harvest: Population structure, reproductive performances or population growth rates?. Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation Meeting, Arusha, Tanzania.
Gaoue O. 2011 October. Modeling the short- and long-term consequences of plant harvest. Invited Talk, Dept. of Mathematics, Howard Univ., Washington, DC.
Gavrilets S. 2011 December. Rapid transition towards the division of labor via evolution of developmental plasticity. Tucson, AZ.
Gavrilets S. 2011 July. Coalition formation and the egalitarian revolution. Montpellier, France.
Gavrilets S. 2011 June. Modeling the emergence of fungal diseases as ecological speciation. Roscoff, France.
Gavrilets S. 2011 October. Human origins and the transition fro mpromiscuity to pair-bonding. Shanghai, China.
Gilman RT, Behm JE. 2011 August 7. Hybridization, species collapse, and species reemergence after disturbance to premating mechanisms of reproductive isolation. The Ecological Society of America 2011 Annual Meeting, Austin, TX.
Gilman RT, Nuismer SL. 2011 August. Poster: Coevolution in multidimensional trait space favors escape from pathogens and parasites. 13th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Tubingen, Germany. Link
Gilman RT. 2011 August 7. Species collapse and respeciation after disturbance to premating mechanisms of reproductive isolation. The Ecological Society of America 2011 Annual Meeting, Austin, TX.
Gilman RT. 2011 October 14. Models in evolutionary ecology: How theory can help us to understand biological processes. Bioinformatics Colloquium, University of Texas, El Paso, TX.
Godsoe W. 2011 February. I can't define the niche but I know it when I see it: Using probability theory to understand species distributions. Virginia Commonwealth University.
Godsoe W. 2011 January. I can't define the niche but I know it when I see it: Using probability theory to understand species distributions. Kennesaw State University.
Godsoe W. 2011 March. I can't define the niche but I know it when I see it: Using probability theory to understand species distributions. Howard University.
Godsoe W. 2011 May. Does adaptation to early winter freezing contribute to insect outbreaks?. Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution (CSEE) 2011 Annual Meeting, Banff, Alberta, Canada.
Godsoe W. 2011. I can't define the niche but I know it when I see it: Using probability theory to understand species distributions. University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Gonzalez P, Velazquez L. 2011 June. Optimization techniques for solving epidemiological problems. Mathematical, Computational & Modeling Sciences Center, Workshop on Heterogeneity and Ecologies, Phoenix, AZ.
Gonzalez P. 2011 April. Poster: Treatment and social distancing on a discrete time influenza model. IDHD Symposium, University of Texas, El Paso, TX.
Gonzalez P. 2011 January. Optimal control on a discrete time influenza model. Mathematics in Emerging Infectious Disease Management (Workshop series), Cuernavaca, Mexico.
Gonzalez P. 2011 March. Optimal control on a discrete time influenza model. SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Reno, NV.
Gonzalez-Forero M, Gavrilets S. 2011 June 21. Evolution of primitive eusociality via maternal manipulation. Evolution 2011: Joint Meeting of the Society for the Study of Evolution, the American Society of Naturalists and the Society of Systematic Biologists, Univ. of Oklahoma.
Gonzalez-Parra PA. 2011 November 11. Point methods applied to a discrete time influenza model. UTEP Research Exp.
Gonzalez-Parra PA. 2011. Comparacion de estrategias para resolver un problema de control optimo en epidemiologia. 7 Congreso Latinoamericano.
Gross L. 2011 April 14. Moderator and panelist, Workshop on Glioma Ecosystem Opportunities, James S. McDonnell Foundation, La Jolla, CA.
Gross L. 2011 April 2. NIMBioS: A National Institute fostering Research and Education at the Interface of Mathematics and Biology. Invited Speaker, Oak Ridge Institute for Continued Learning, Oak Ridge, TN.
Gross L. 2011 August 11. Inherent limits to prediction and implications for projecting forest response to climate change. Organized Oral Session on Forest Migration and Expansion in an Era of Global Change: Integrating Predictions and Observations, 96th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Austin, TX.
Gross L. 2011 August 19. NIMBioS and Computational Science: Fostering Research and Education at the Interface of Mathematics and Biology. Invited Speaker, UTK Computational Science Kickoff.
Gross L. 2011 August 2. Drugs, Sex and Rock'n-Roll: Biology examples to motivate undergraduate math classes. Mathematical Association of America Mathfest Short Course on Trends in Mathematical Biology, Lexington, KY.
Gross L. 2011 December 17. Beer, drugs and rock 'n-roll: Biology examples to motivate undergraduate math classes. Plenary Speaker, 4th International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research, Portland, OR.
Gross L. 2011 February 21. Multi-scale modeling of ecological systems: Systems biology in application to natural resource management. Invited speaker, Symposium on Systems Biology: Definitions and Implementations, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.
Gross L. 2011 January 18. Building quantitative concepts and skills for life science students. Invited speaker and faculty workshop leader, Depts of Math and Biology, University of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas.
Gross L. 2011 January 18. What's math got to do with it? Connections between math and biology. Invited speaker and faculty workshop leader, Depts of Math and Biology, University of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas.
Gross L. 2011 July 3. Selective ignorance and multiple scales in biology: Deciding on criteria for model utility. Invited Speaker, Konrad Lorenz Institute Workshop on Meaning of Theory in Biology, Vienna, Austria.
Gross L. 2011 July 7. NIMBioS: a national institute fostering research and education at the interface of mathematics and biology. Webinar Speaker, NIH Interagency Modeling and Anlysis Group and Multiscale Modeling Consortium Special Presentation.
Gross L. 2011 June 21. Interdisciplinary Modeling Approaches to Public Health: Examples from NIMBioS. Invited Keynote Speaker, Univ. of TN Comparative and Experimental Medicine/Public Health Research Symposium.
Gross L. 2011 March 18. Trees as engineers: Lessons from some mathematical models in plant ecology. Invited speaker, Conference on Computational Systems Biology, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
Gross L. 2011 March 26. Living in an interdisciplinary world: Coping skills to be successful. Keynote talk, University of Tennessee Undergraduate Honor's Symposium, Knoxville, TN.
Gross L. 2011 March 31. Participant, National Science Board Task Force on Unsolicited Mid-scale Research, Denver, CO.
Gross L. 2011 May 10. NIMBioS: a National Institute fostering research and education at the interface of mathematics and biology. Invited Speaker, DOE Low Dose Radiation Research Investigators' Workshop, Washington, DC.
Gross L. 2011 November 7. Invited Speaker, Workshop on Mathematics and Life Science Education: Promoting Interdisciplinarity. Univ. of Missouri Life Sciences Program, Columbia, Missouri.
Gross L. 2011 October 27. Space and control in natural systems. University of Vermont Dept of Plant Biology, Burlington, VT.
Gross L. 2011 September 18. NIMBioS: A national institute fostering research and education at the interface of mathematics and biology. Participant and speaker, NSF Workshop on Adaptive Organismal Biology, Washington, DC.
Haynes KJ. 2011 January. Spatiotemporal population dynamics of gypsy moths in North America. Departmental Seminar, Dept of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Hughes J, Cobbold C, Cooke B, Dwyer G, Haynes K, Pineda-Krch M. 2011 June. The effect of landscape configuration on forest insect outbreak dynamics - insights from a simple host-parasitoid model. North American Forest Ecology Workshop, Roanoke, VA.
Hughes R. 2011 August 7. Population and community effects of marine plant genetic diversity. The Ecological Consequences of Intraspecific Variation, The Ecological Society of America Symposium on Theory and Dynamics of Savanna Systems, Austin, TX.
Ingersoll T. 2011 February. Zero-inflated count models for imperfectly observed invasions: Implications for white-nose syndrome surveillance. 21st Colloquium on the Conservation of Mammals in the Southeast United States, Louisville, KY.
Ingersoll T. 2011 May 18. Inference form white-nose syndrome surveillance data. National White-Nose Syndrome Symposium, Little Rock, AK.
Ingersoll T. 2011 November 19. Sampling problems and white-nose syndrome: The importance of good science. Presented to the WNS for Cavers Workshop, Fall Creek Falls, TN.
Ingersoll T. 2011 October 29. Winter bat count trajectories in regions affected by white-nose syndrome. Presented to the North American Symposium for Bat Research, Toronto, Canada.
Jhwueng DC. 2011 March. Some problems in phylogenetic comparative methods. Invited Talk, Dept. of Applied Mathematics, National Chung-Hsing University, Taiwan.
Jhwueng DC. 2011 March. Some problems in phylogenetic comparative methods. Invited Talk, Dept. of Applied Mathematics, National Pingtung University of Education, Taiwan.
Jhwueng DC. 2011 March. Some problems in phylogenetic comparative methods. Invited Talk, Dept. of Mathematical Science, National Cheng-Chi University, Taiwan.
Jhwueng DC. 2011 March. Some problems in phylogenetic comparative methods. Invited Talk, Dept. of Statistics, National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan.
Jhwueng DC. 2011 March. Some problems in phylogenetic comparative methods. Invited Talk, Dept. of Statistics, National Taipei University, Taiwan.
Jhwueng DC. 2011 March. Some problems in phylogenetic comparative methods. Invited Talk, Institute of Statistics, National Kaohsiung University, Taiwan.
Kanarek A. 2011 November 18. FishHeads Seminar Series speaker. FishHeads Seminar Series.
Katz D, An G. 2011 February. A systems dynamics approach to oxidative stress, p53 activity and their effects on cellular fate. 6th Academic Surgical Congress, Huntington Beach, CA.
Kim M, Christley S, Liu D, Alverdy J, and An G. 2011 February. Feeding induced oxidative stress and the pathogenesis of necrotizing enterocolitis: Insights form an agent-based model. 6th Academic Surgical Congress, Huntington Beach, CA.
Kim M, Christley S, Liu D, Alverdy JC, An G. 2011 April 9. Role of feeding-induced oxidative stress and TLR-response on cellular population dynamics in the pathogenesis of necrotizing enterocolitis: Insights from an agent-based model. Huggins Research Symposium, Dept. of Surgery, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.
Kim M, Christley S, Liu D, Alverdy JC, An G. 2011 May 14. Role of feeding-induced oxidative stress and TLR-response on cellular population dynamics in the pathogenesis of necrotizing enterocolitis: Insights from an agent-based model. 31st Meeting of the Surgical Infection Society, Palm Beach, FL.
Kim P, Bewick S. 2011 May. Change detection in biological systems. SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems, Snowbird, UT.
Kuang Y. 2011 January. What we eat matters: Resource quality dynamics and its implications. Colloquium Talk, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.
Ladau J, Connor EF. 2011 July. Horse racing and the assembly of ecological communities: A novel application of the Plackett-Luce model to biology. TIES 2011 Third American Regional Meeting, La Crosse, WI.
Lankau R. 2011 August 7. Intraspecific trade-offs and the coexistence of competitors. The Ecological Consequences of Intraspecific Variation, The Ecological Society of America Symposium on Theory and Dynamics of Savanna Systems, Austin, TX.
Lanzas C. 2011 November 22. Modeling antimicrobial resistance in animal populationsModeling antimicrobial resistance in animal populations. 2011 Meeting of the Dutch Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Utrecht, Netherlands.
Lee L, Nguyen A. 2011 October 21. Modeling feral cat population dynamics in Knox County, TN. 2011 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN.
Liu W, Nguyen L, Bodiroga D, Keleman R, Joo J, Ownley BH, Gwinn KD. 2011 August 6. Cymene inhibition of Beauveria bassiana spore germination. Joint Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society and the International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences, Honolulu, HA.
Mao Y. 2011 March. ​The games organisms play: How proximate mechanisms can facilitate the evolution of cooperation. Math biology seminar, Dept. of Mathematics, Georgia Institute of Technology.
Meyers L. 2011 August 7. How individual variation in contact behavior influences the spread of diseases. The Ecological Consequences of Intraspecific Variation, The Ecological Society of America Symposium on Theory and Dynamics of Savanna Systems, Austin, TX.
Moran E, Kubiske M. 2011 July. Selective impacts of CO2 and ozone on aspen (Populus tremuloides). Botanical Society of America, St. Louis, MO.
Moran E. 2011 April. Hierarchical Bayesian modeling and ecology: Two global-change case studies. Research presentation, Fisk Univ.
Moran E. 2011 November. Interactions between ecology and evolution in an changing world. Princeton University.
Moran EV, Kubiske M. 2011 August. ​Selective impacts of CO2 and ozone on a forest tree. ​Ecological Society of America, Austin, TX.
Myers L. 2011 August. How individual variation in contact behavior influences the spread of disease. ESA Symposium, The Ecological Consequences of Intraspecific Variation.
New J, Lee LE, Nguyen ATN, Lenhart SM, Robl N, Bugman AM, New JC, Lammers B, Jennings TL, Weimer H. 2011 December 6. Modeling feral cat population dynamics in Knox County, TN. Conference of Research Workers in Animal Disease, Chicago, IL.
Ngonghala C. 2011 August 31. A new route to periodic oscillations in the dynamics of malaria transmission. Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Biosciences Institute, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
Ngonghala C. 2011 November 14. Extreme multistability in a chemical model. Differential Equations Seminar, Dept of Mathematics, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Ngonghala C. 2011 November 19. Backward bifurcation and periodic oscillations in a model for the dynamics of malaria transmission. Topics in Mathematical Biology, NIMBioS.
Ngonghala C. 2011 November 22. Modeling antimicrobial resistance in animal populations. Meeting of the Dutch Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Utrecht, Netherlands.
Ngonghala C. 2011 November 3. Should the government provide populations that are trapped in cycles of disease and poverty (poverty traps) income or health care to enable them to escape from such traps?. NIMBioS Outreach Talk, Fisk University, Nashville, TN.
Noecker C, Schaefer K, Zaccheo K. 2011 October 21. Modeling the first 7 days of HIV infection. 2011 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN. Link
Platt WJ. 2011 August 7. Engineering of fire by savanna trees: Effects on overstory and groundcover dynamics. The Ecological Society of America Symposium on Theory and Dynamics of Savanna Systems, Austin, TX.
Rao AR, Cecchi GA. 2011 July. The effects of feedback and lateral connections on perceptual processing: A study using oscillatory networks. IEEE International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, San Jose, CA.
Ryan D. 2011 October 11. Nonrandom dispersal in intraguild predation communities. NIMBioS Seminar Series, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Ryan D. 2011 September 12. Modeling avoidance strategies for intraguild prey - Cross-diffusion PDE systems. Differential Equations and Computational Math Seminar, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Ryan SJ, Tildesley M. 2011 November. Poster: The utility of land cover maps to inform spatial epidemic models of disease transmission in the UK livestock industry. EPIDEMICS3, 3rd International Conference on Infectious Disease Dynamics, Boston, MA.
Schreiber S, Burger R, Bolnick D. 2011 August 7. From dynamic monophagy to facilitation: The impacts of phenotypic variation in predation on community dynamics. The Ecological Consequences of Intraspecific Variation, The Ecological Society of America Symposium on Theory and Dynamics of Savanna Systems, Austin, TX.
Stern JR, Christley S, Alverdy JC, An G. 2011 April 15. Integration of epidermal growth factor receptor and transforming growth factor-beta based mechanisms of wound healing with agent-based modeling. Symposium on Advanced Wound Care and the Wound Healing Society, Dallas, TX.
Stern JR, Seal JB, Alverdy JC, An G. 2011 April 9. Use of an agent-based model of epithelial wound healing to study differential phenotypes of virulence activation in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Huggins Research Symposium, Dept. of Surgery, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.
Stern JR, Seal JB, Alverdy JC, An G. 2011 May 13. Use of an agent-based model of epithelial wound healing to study differential phenotypes of virulence activation in Psuedomonas aeruginosa. 31st Meeting of the Surgical Infection Society, Palm Beach, FL.
Stern JR, Zaborina O, Valuckaite V, Connolly J, Olivas AD, Alverdy JC, An G. 2011 February. Bacterial virulence activation and impaired gut epithelial healing: Integration of an in vitro mechanisms with an agent-based model. 6th Academic Surgical Congress, Huntington Beach, CA.
Sturner K, Stanley SG, DeWein K. 2011 November 10. STEM in a box. Tennessee Science Teachers Association, Murfreesboro, TN.
Sturner K. 2011 October 12. Biology by numbers from biology in a box. National Association of Biology Teachers Conference, Anaheim, CA.
Sullivan A, Gilchrist M, Zhao X. 2011 October. Poster presentation: Modeling within-host invasion dynamics of Toxoplasma gondii. ICMA III, Trinity University, San Antonio, TX.
Thibert-Plante X, Gavrilets S. 2011 June 17. Evolution of mate choice, the trick behind the magic trait. Evolution 2011, Norman, Oklahoma.
Tinker T, Guimaraes P, Novak M, Estes J. 2011 August 7. The structure and mechanisms of intraspecific diet polymorphism. The Ecological Consequences of Intraspecific Variation, The Ecological Society of America Symposium on Theory and Dynamics of Savanna Systems, Austin, TX.
Turner M, Lenhart S, Rosenthal B, Sullivan A, Zhao X. 2011. Modeling effective transmission strategies and control of the world's most successful parasite. Southeastern Atlantic Reional Conference on Differential Equations 2011.
Vasseur D, Amarasekare P, Levine J, Rudolf V. 2011 August. Intro – Phenotypic variance in a classic Lotka-Volterra competitive system. ESA Symposium, The Ecological Consequences of Intraspecific Variation.
Yahdi M, Dunlea M. 2011 September. Optimal control theory for a VRE model. Annual Summer Research Symposium, Haverford College, PA.
Yahdi M. 2011 December 9. Parameter analysis and optimal control of a VRE model. International conference on Antibiotic-Resistant Infections: Mathematical Modeling, Transmission Dynamics and Control, University of Miami, FL.
Yang Y. 2011 October 28. Statistical tracking of fast movements of organelles. Undergraduate Research Symposium at Washington Univ. in the Biological Sciences & Psychology, Midstates Consortium for Math & Science, St Louis, MO.
Yokomizo H. 2011 March. Modeling the effects of habitat fragmentation and biotic resistance on biological invasions. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan.
Yokomizo H. 2011 September. How do landscape heterogeneity and local community resistance interact to affect Cortaderia establishment and spread?. Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Mathematical Biology.
Zhao X, Sullivan A. 2011 August 7. Electronic poster presentation: Agent-based modeling of Toxoplasma. XSEDE HPC Summer School, Lake Tahoe, CA.

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Presentations and Posters 2010 Link
​Hickling G. 2010 March. Blacklegged tick phenology and behavior: Implications for Lyme disease in southern states. Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease PI Meeting, Atlantic City, NJ.
Abu-Khzam FN, Fernau H, Langston MA, Lee-Cultura S, Stege U. 2010. A fixed-parameter algorithm for string-to-string correction. Computing: the Australasian Theory Symposium, Brisbane, Australia.
Agusto F. 2010 December 1. Mathematical modeling and optimal control of transmission of avian influenza. Fisk University, Nashville, TN.
Agusto F. 2010 July. Optimal control of the spread of malaria super-infectivity. Minisymposium on Applications of Control in Biology, SIAM Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.
Agusto FB. 2010 August 30. Avian influenza optimal seasonal vaccination therapy. Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI), The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
Agusto FB. 2010 August 30. Mathematical analysis of a model for the transmission dynamics of bovine tuberculosis. Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI), The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
Agusto FB. 2010 December. Mathematical analysis of a model for the transmission dynamics of bovine tuberculosis. 7th International Conference on Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.
Akcay E. 2010 April 22. The evolution of games and how to play them. Research seminar, UC Berkeley.
Akcay E. 2010 December. Evolution of cooperation in animals, plants and bacteria: Why the 'how' is important. UC Riverside Dept of Biology, Lunch Seminar.
Akcay E. 2010 January 14. Cooperation in animals, plants and bacteria: Why the how is important. Research seminar, UC Riverside.
Akcay E. 2010 June. Kin selection, behavioral dynamics, and group optimality. Research presentation, Evolution Society Meeting, Portland, OR.
Akcay E. 2010 November. Evolution of motivations and behavioral responses: Integrating the proximate and ultimate causes of behavior. Symposium on Game Theory and Evolution, University of Paris VI.
An G, Colasanti R, Barua J. 2010 March. Poster: Automated ontology integration within a agent-based modeling framework for executable knowledge representation. 2010 AMIA Summit for Translational Bioinformatics, San Francisco, CA.
An G, Colasanti R. 2010 August. Studies of cellular movement using computational cellular ethology. 2010 q-Bio Conference, Santa Fe, NM.
An G. 2010 August. Facilitating knowledge instantiation with agent-based modeling: Towards an ecological paradigm for biomedical research. Computational Institute Seminar Series, Chicago, IL.
An G. 2010 December 18. Meta-engineering knowledge and utilization: A surgeon's perspective. Solving the Most Challenging Surgical Problems, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.
An G. 2010 July 15. Agent-based dynamic knowledge representation of inflammation: Insights for interventions and control. Invited Speaker, Minisymposium: Inflammation and Complex Immune Interactions: Modeling, Simulation, and Control at the SIAM Conference on Life Sciences, Pittsburgh, PA.
An G. 2010 June. Agent-based dynamic knowledge representation as an evolutionary paradigm for biomedical research. Institute on Systems Science and Health, Columbia University, New York City, NY.
An G. 2010 May. Dynamic knowledge representation of pulmonary inflammation. American Thoracic Society 2010 International Conference, New Orleans, LA.
An G. 2010 May. The translational dilemma. Annual Project Meeting of the National Center for Biomedical Ontology, Palo Alto, CA.
An G. 2010 November 2. Agent-based modeling for dynamic knowledge representation of biomedical systems. Engineering Seminar Series, Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WA.
An G. 2010 October. Facilitating knowledge instantiation with agent-based modeling: Towards an ecological paradigm for biomedical research. Committee on Immunology Seminar Series, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.
An G. 2010 September 10. Characterization of fundamental aspects of biology with abstract mathematics: Category theory as a pathway for a theory-based approach to biological systems. 9th International Conference on Complexity in Acute Illness, Atlanta, GA.
An G. 2010 September. Making science scale: Operational strategies for the future of biomedical research. Forum on the Future of Complex Systems Research and Application at the Complex Institute, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC.
An G. 2010 September. Translational computational research: A future pathway for the academic surgeon. Grand Rounds, Dept of Surgery, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.
Bewick S, Onami T. 2010 August 30. Growth detection: A mechanism for immune system decision-making. Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI), The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
Bewick S, Onami T. 2010. Growth detection: A mechanism for immune system decision-making. AIA Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD.
Bewick S, Onami T. 2010. Growth detection: A mechanism for immune system decision-making. SIAM Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.
Bewick S, Stuble KL, Dunn R, Sanders N. 2010. Regulation of seasonal cycles in a warming world. XVI International Union for the Study of Social Insects (IUSSI) Interational Congress, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Bewick S, Stuble KL, Lessard JP, Dunn R, Adler F, Sanders N. 2010 August 1. A mechanistic approach to modeling ant communities under warming regimes. The Ecological Society of America 2010 Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.
Bewick S, Stuble KL, Lessard JP, Dunn R, Adler F, Sanders N. 2010 August 30. A mechanistic approach to modeling ant communities under warming regimes. University of Utah Mathematical Biology Seminar, Salt Lake City, UT.
Bewick S, Stuble KL, Lessard JP, Dunn R, Adler F, Sanders N. 2010 December. A mechanistic approach to modeling ant communities under warming regimes. 7th International Conference on Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.
Bewick S, Stuble KL, Lessard JP, Dunn R, Adler F, Sanders N. 2010. A mechanistic approach to modeling ant communities under warming regimes. Center for Mathematical Biology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.
Bewick S, Stuble KL, Lessard JP, Dunn R, Adler F, Sanders N. 2010. A mechanistic approach to modeling ant communities under warming regimes. Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere (SAMAB), Gatlinburg, TN.
Bewick S, Yang R, Ganusov V. 2010. Growth detection: A novel role for CD4+ T-cells. MBI Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology, Columbus, OH.
Bewick S. 2010 January. Growth detection: A mechanism for immune system decision-making. Systems Approaches in Immunology, Santa Fe, NM.
Bishop P. 2010 November. A student-generated collaborative approach to developing new evaluator competencies. Roundtable presentation at the American Evaluation Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.
Bishop P. 2010 November. My first year as an internal evaluator: What I didn't know that I didn't know. Roundtable presentation at the American Evaluation Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.
Bodine EN. 2010 January. Discrete time optimal control of species augmentation. Mathematics Association of America - Southeastern Sectional Meeting, Elon College.
Bulger D, Geyer K, Trask J. 2010 November 19. Biodiversity in the Great Smoky Moutains National Park: Past and present measures. 2010 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN.
Bulger D, Geyer K, Trask J. 2010 November. Biodiversity in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Past and present measures. 2010 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN.
Collins J, Thai N. 2010 November 19. Two ant species competition and climate change. 2010 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN.
Davilia AA, An G. 2010 February. An agent-based model of liver damage, inflammation, and repair: In silico translation of cellular and molecular mechanisms to the clinical phenomena of cirrhosis using netlogo. 5th Annual Academic Surgical Congress, San Antonio, TX.
Day J. 2010 November. Research presentation for the EECS Junior Seminar, University of Tennessee.
Day J. 2010 September. Informational talk, Introduction to Scientific Computing undergraduate course, University of Tennessee.
Dorazio RM, Connor EF. 2010 December. Estimating patterns of co-occurrence in species abundances using point counts and foraging guilds. 15th International Biometric Conference, Florianopolis, Brazil.
Duncan S. 2010 March 19. NIMBioS informational talk, National Science Teachers Association Annual Meeting.
Fister R, Buford G, Norris B, Lenhart S, Zhong P, Schaefer E, Gaff H. 2010 November. Optimal control of cholera models. AMS Southeastern Section Meeting, Richmond, VA.
Ganusov V. 2010 April. HIV dynamics and evolution annual meeting. Monterey, CA.
Ganusov V. 2010 April. Quantifying factors determining the rate of CTL escape and reversion during acute and chronic phases of HIV infection. International HIV Dynamics & Evolution Conference, Monterey, CA.
Gavrilets S. 2010 February. Dynamics of adaptive radiation. Vanderbilt University, Darwin's Day.
Gavrilets S. 2010 March. Dynamics of ecological speciation. Washington Univ., St Louis.
Godsoe et al. 2010 November. Biodiversity in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Past and present measurements. NIMBioS Undergraduate Research Conference.
Godsoe et al. 2010 September. Biodiversity in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Past and present measurements. Meeting of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences.
Godsoe W, Adhikari S. 2010 August. Understanding biodiversity through distance measures and multidimensional plots. Mathfest Pittsburgh, PA.
Godsoe W, Harmon LJ. 2010 August. Do unmeasured biotic interactions bias species distribution models?. Ecological Society of America.
Godsoe W. 2010 December. I can't define the niche but I know it when I see it: Using probability theory to understand species distributions. Western Kentucky University.
Godsoe W. 2010 February 16. How do we test for coevolution in nature. EEB seminar, North Carolina State Univ.
Godsoe W. 2010 June. A statistical justification for using distribution models to infer changes in environmental ​requirements. Society for the Study of Evolution.
Godsoe W. 2010 March 15. I can't define the niche but I know it when I see it. EEB Seminar, Louisiana State University.
Godsoe W. 2010 March. I can't define the niche but I know it when I see it: Using probability theory to understand species distributions. Louisiana State University.
Godsoe W. 2010 November. I can't define the niche but I know it when I see it: Using probability theory to understand species distributions. Duke University.
Godsoe W. 2010 November. I can't define the niche but I know it when I see it: Using probability theory to understand species distributions. North Carolina State University.
Godsoe W. 2010 November. I can't define the niche but I know it when I see it: Using probability theory to understand species distributions. Universite de Montreal.
Gonzalez P. 2010 November. Optimal control on a discrete time influenza model. NMSU/UTEP Workshop on Mathematics, Computer Science and Computational Sciences, University of Texas, El Paso, TX.
Gonzalez PA, Velazquez L, Villalobos C, Castillo-Chaves C. 2010 April. On a parameter estimation technique for solving an Influenza Model. 7th NMSU/UTEP Workshop on Mathematics, Computer Science and Computational Sciences, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM. Link
Gonzalez-Forero P. 2010 December. Eusociality through maternal manipulation. Biocomplexity XI: The evolution of cooperation, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.
Gonzalez-Parra P, Velazquez L, Villalobos C, Castillo-Chavez C. 2010 July. Optimal control applied to a discrete influenza model. XXXVI International ORAHS Conference, Genova, Italy.
Gross L. 2010 April 10. NIMBioS: Opportunities for graduate students. Informal presentation, UTK Undergraduate Mathematics Conference.
Gross L. 2010 April 22. What's math got to do with it? Connections between math and biology at NIMBioS. UTK Mathematics Department Junior Colloquium.
Gross L. 2010 August 3. Linking mathematical and computational science with ecology education. Invited organized oral session talk, Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.
Gross L. 2010 December 13. Participant in the Planning Meeting for National Research Council Standing Committee on the Use of Emerging Science for Environmental Health Decisions, Washington, DC.
Gross L. 2010 February 12. Mathematics and life science education: Promoting interdisciplinarity, and space and control in natural systems. Invited talk and workshop, Univ. of Nevada, Las Vegas, UBM Program.
Gross L. 2010 February 2. Moving NIMBioS forward: Collaborations with sponsoring agency partners. Informal presentation, Dept. of Homeland Security, Washington, DC.
Gross L. 2010 February 24. What's math got to do with it? Connections between math and biology at NIMBioS. Tennessee Governor's Academy, Knoxville, TN.
Gross L. 2010 February 4. Computational thinking, models and data: Comments from thirty years of effort at the math/biology interface. National Academy of Sciences Workshop on Computational Thinking for Everyone, Remote presentation to Workshop in Washington, DC.
Gross L. 2010 July 15. Florida panther recovery: Evidence, models and implications for public policy. Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration Meeting, Fort Meyers, FL.
Gross L. 2010 July 28. Getting ahead in math bio ed: A national plan for undergraduate quantitative life science education in the US. Invited mini-symposium talk, Society for Mathematical Biology Annual Meeting, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Gross L. 2010 May 22. Getting ahead in math bio ed: Toward a national plan for undergraduate quantitative life science education. Invited talk, Beyond Bio2010 Symposium, Washington, DC.
Gross L. 2010 November 15. Comments on the mathematics of sustainability science. Opening speaker, steering committee member and panel discussant, Workshop on Mathematical Challenges for Sustainability, Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, Rutgers University, Rutgers, NJ.
Gross L. 2010 November 5. Space and control in natural systems. Invited speaker, Math Dept Invited Lecturer Series in Math Biology, Duke University, Durham, NC.
Gross L. 2010 November 9. Steering committee member and panel moderator, Workshop on the Role of Animal Agriculture in a Sustainable 21st Century Global Food System, Board on Agriculture and Natural Resources, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC.
Gross L. 2010 September 1. Invited panelist and moderator, Evolutionary Dynamics in Cancer, sponsored by James S. McDonnell Foundation, Almagro, Spain.
Gross L. 2010 September 27. Space and control in natural systems and interdisciplinary education at the mat/biology interface. Invited talk and faculty workshop, Departments of Math and Biology, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA.
Gross L. 2010 September. Math, computing, undergraduate ecology and large datasets. Ecological Society of America Ecology and Education Summit.
Gross L. 2010. Mathematics and life science education: Promoting interdisciplinarity. Keynote talk, HHMI Conference on Mathematics and Biology Education, Univ. of Delaware, Wilmington.
Heard S, Godsoe W, Timmons S. 2010 May. Exploitation of host plant morphospace by generalist and specialist phytophagous insects. Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution (CSEE) 2010 Annual Meeting, Quebec, Canada.
Horan RD, Melstrom RT. 2010 June. No sympathy for the devil: Comparing test-and-removal versus test-and-translocation strategies for disease management. World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Montreal, CA.
Ingersoll TE. 2010 October. Accounting for seasonal effects with additive mixed models for counts of bat activity. North American Society for Bat Research, Denver, CO.
Jerde C, Daszak P, Finnoff D, Smith K, Chadderton WL, Lodge D. 2010 June. Uncertainty in net present value emerging from punctuate rare event damages: Emerging infectious diseases and biological invasions. Organized Session at the 4th World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economics, Montreal, CA.
Katz D, An G. 2010 September. Dynamic knowledge representation of cellular redox homeostasis and oxidative stress response in a systems dynamics model. 9th International Conference on Complexity in Acute Illness, Atlanta, GA.
Keleman R. 2010 November 19. Modeling the effects of cymene on the distribution of germination and growth of Beauveria bassiana. 2010 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN.
Krivan V. 2010 November. On the Lotka-Volterra foraging games. University of Ilinois, Chicago, IL.
Kunz TH, Frick WF, Pollock J, Reynolds RS. 2010 February. Impact of white-nose syndrome on ecosystem services provided by insectivorous bats. 2nd Berlin Bat Meeting: Bat Biology and Infectious Diseases, Berlin, Germany.
Kurahasi C, An G. 2010 February. Examining the spatial dynamics of the inflammatory response with topographical metrics in an agent-based computational model of inflammation and healing. 5th Annual Academic Surgical Congress, San Antonio, TX.
Langston M. 2010 March. Graph algorithms for machine learning: A case-control study based on prostate cancer populations and high throughput transcriptomic data. Research presentations at UT-ORNL-KBRIN Bioinformatics Summit, Cadiz, KY.
Langston M. 2010 March. Inferring gene coexpression networks for low dose ionizing radiation using graph theoretical algorithms and systems genetics. Research presentations at UT-ORNL-KBRIN Bioinformatics Summit, Cadiz, KY.
Langston M. 2010 March. Scalable high performance algorithms and implementations, with applications to the analysis of high-throughput biological data. Invited talk at Institute of Biological Engineering Annual Conference, Cambridge, MA.
Langston M. 2010 March. Serendipitous discoveries in microarray analysis. Research presentations at UT-ORNL-KBRIN Bioinformatics Summit, Cadiz, KY.
Lenhart S. 2010 August. Informational talk at James Mason University.
Lenhart S. 2010 February 11. The power of optimal control: From controlling rabies to CPR. Invited seminar, Fisk University.
Lenhart S. 2010 February. Introductory talk at Duke University.
Lenhart S. 2010 January 13. NIMBioS informational talk at MAA session on enrichment activities for math majors, Joint Math Meetings, San Francisco.
Lenhart S. 2010 January. Informational talk at the Joint Math Meetings, New Orleans, LA.
Lenhart S. 2010 July. Informational talks, Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics annual meeting.
Lenhart S. 2010 March 2. Optimal control of harvesting models. Invited seminar, Univ. of Kentucky.
Lenhart S. 2010 November. Informational talk at California State University San Marcos.
Lenhart S. 2010 September. Informational talks at the SACNAS annual meeting, Anaheim, CA.
Loyd KT, DeVore JL. 2010 August. Feral cat population dynamics and prey take under varying management strategies: A stochastic, demographically-structured modeling approach. The Georgia Chapter of The Wildlife Society Fall Meeting, Forsythe, Georgia.
Mao Y. 2010 August. Formal talk, Biocomplexity Institute, Indiana University.
Mao Y. 2010 July 20. Research seminar, NESCent, Duke University.
Mao Y. 2010. Network modeling of proteins: Dynamical and evolutionary perspectives. International Conference on Network Science, Boston, MA.
Massaro T, Yang G. 2010 November. Using a system of difference equations to examine the relative effectiveness of a test and cull management strategy with the new EVELISA testing versus commercial ELISA testing. 2010 Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Biology and Mathematics, Knoxville, TN.
Moran E. 2010 December. Community genetics and global change: Effects of tree genotype and atmospheric pollutants on population and community dynamics. Research presentation, Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Peterson C. 2010 February 4. New insights for an old couple: Regulation of a protease and its inhibitor. Outreach and research presentations at Middle Tennessee State Univ.
Peterson C. 2010 February 4. Opportunities for WISE women at the University of Tennessee. Outreach and research presentations at Middle Tennessee State Univ.
Peterson C. 2010 March 29. Building a biological camera: 3D snapshots of a pair of regulatory proteins. Presentation at Rhodes College.
Potochnik A. 2010 November. The limitations of hierarchical thinking. Dept of Philosophy Colloquium, Stanford University, Stanford, CA.
Seal J, Alverdy J, Babrowski T, Fink D, Romanowski K, Zaborina O, An G. 2010 April. Mechanistic computational representation of pathogen response to microenvironment changes during host stress. 30th Annual Meeting of the Surgical Infection, Las Vegas, NV.
Seal J, An G. 2010 September. Agent-based model of instant blood-mediated inflammatory reaction (IBMIR) effects on immediate graft loss following intra-portal islet cell transplantation. 9th International Conference on Complexity in Acute Illness, Atlanta, GA.
Seal JB, Alverdy JC, An G. 2010 February. Mechanistic computational representation of iron metabolism in the gut milieu. 5th Annual Academic Surgical Congress, San Antonio, TX.
Seal JB, Alverdy JC, Zaborina O, Zaborin A, Babrowski T, Romanowski K, An G. 2010 January. Computational mechanistic representation of phosphate sensing and virulence activation in pseudomonas aeruginosa in the gut milieu. 39th Annual Critical Care Congress of the Society of Critical Care Medicine, Miami Beach, FL.
Sheth KR, An G. 2010 February. In silico translation of cellular and molecular mechanisms to clinical phenomena in atheroma development with an agent based model. 5th Annual Academic Surgical Congress, San Antonio, TX.
Swaroop M, An G. 2010 June. Cell-level agent-based model of renal function and acute tubular necrosis. 33rd Annual Conference on Shock, Portland, OR.
Thibert-Plante X, Hendry AP. 2010 April 6. Under what conditions can natural selection cause divergence at neutral loci?. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Seminar, Knoxville, TN.
Thibert-Plante X, Hendry AP. 2010 August 29. When can ecological speciation be detected with neutral loci?. Methods of Empirical Speciation Research, Kastanienbaum, Switzerland.
Thibert-Plante X, Hendry AP. 2010 June 25. The consequences of phenotypic plasticity on ecological speciation. Evolution 2010, Portland, OR.
Tridane A, Pasour V. 2010 March 20. Mathematical modeling in life sciences: Control and optimization. 34th Society for the Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) Southeastern-Atlantic Section Conference, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.
Velasco-Hernandez JX. 2010 March. Un modelo matematico SEIR con aislamiento social. XX ENOAN, Universidad de San Nicolas de Hidalgo.
Velasco-Hernandez JX. 2010 October. Sobre las enfrermedades infecciosas recurrentes: Patrones observados y modelacion. XII EOBM, UAEH.
Wandling M, An G. 2010 February. Multi-scale dynamic knowledge representation of pulmonary inflammation with an agent-based model: From gene regulation to clinical phenomenon. 5th Annual Academic Surgical Congress, San Antonio, TX.
Welsh C. 2010 February 22. NIMBioS informational welcome to Forest Insects Working Group.
Wise S. 2010 March. The Cahn-Hilliard-Hele-Shaw equations: Applications in biological growth. Southeastern Sectional Meeting, Lexington, KY.
Xie F, Horan RD. 2010 July. Poster: Optimal control of brucellosis in bison in the Yellowstone National Park Area. Agricultural and Applied Economic Association 2010 Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.
Zamora Z, Villalobos C, Chowell G. 2010 September. Optimal control of tuberculosis transmission. HESTEC Conference, Univeristy of Texas Pan-American, Edinburg, TX.
Zamora Z, Villalobos C, Chowell G. 2010 September. Optimal control of tuberculosis transmission. University of Texas System NSF-LSAMP Conference, El Paso, TX.

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Presentations and Posters 2009 Link
Akcay E. 2009 December 1. NIMBioS: A new national institute to foster mathematical and biological linkages. Cal State Univ, San Marcos.
Akcay E. 2009 December 1. The games of nature: New approaches to evolutionary game theory. Cal State Univ, San Marcos.
Akcay E. 2009 December 21. Social evolution theory. Istanbul Technical Univ., Istanbul, Turkey.
Akcay E. 2009 December 21. The games of nature: New approaches to evolutionary game theory. Istanbul Technical Univ., Istanbul, Turkey.
Banks D. 2009 January 21. Vector field visualization in neurobiology. BCMB Spring Seminar Series 2009, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Baudry J. 2009 March 25. Computational molecular biophysics. BCMB Spring Seminar Series 2009, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Blake J. 2009 April 22. Comparative genome informatics. BCMB Spring Seminar Series 2009, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Bodine EN. 2009 November. Graduate Student Forum LaTeX Series: Beamer Presentations. Graduate Student Forum Seminar, Mathematics Department, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Bodine EN. 2009 October. Graduate Student Forum LaTeX Series: Graphics & Bibliographies. Graduate Student Forum Seminar, Mathematics Department, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
DeGroot C. 2009 October 2. Spatial epidemiology of campylobacteriosis in East Tennessee. Phi Zeta Research Symposium, Michigan State University's College of Veterinary Medicine, East Lansing, MI.
Duenez-Guzman EA, Vose AD, Vose MD, Gavrilets S. 2009. Simulating population genetics on the XT5. Compute the Future Cray Users Group conference, Atlanta, GA.
Duncan S, Hickling G, Lenhart S. 2009 February 10. Meeting with GSMNP education staff.
Duncan S, Lenhart S, Peterson C. 2009 January 26. Presentations and discussions introducing NIMBioS and exploring partnership with North Carolina A&T University.
Gavrilets S. 2009 February 24. Dynamics of ecological speciation: Case studies and mathematical models. Univ. of Fribourg, Switzerland.
Gavrilets S. 2009 July. Dynamics of adaptive radiation. Imperial College London.
Gavrilets S. 2009 June. Dynamics of adaptive radiation. Origin of Species, 150 years later, Kristineberg, Sweden.
Gavrilets S. 2009 October 23. What's math got to do with it? Connections between math and biology at NIMBioS. Opening talk, NIMBioS Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface Between Biology and Mathematics.
Gavrilets S. 2009 October 27. Multiscale modeling, space and control of natural systems. National Academy Board on Life Sciences, Washington, DC.
Gavrilets S. 2009 October 28. NIMBioS: Synergies with agricultural sciences. Talk to Directors, National Institutes of Food and Agriculture, USDA, Washington, DC.
Gavrilets S. 2009 October 9. Integrating into the future: NIMBIoS and the math/biology interface. Keynote address, Second International Conference on Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of Populations in Biological Systems.
Gavrilets S. 2009 October. Cycling in the complexity of early societies. Dept of Anthropology, State Univ. of Washington, Pullman.
Gavrilets S. 2009. Dynamics of adaptive radiation. Dept of Biology, University of Idaho, Moscow.
Gonzalez PA, Velazquez L, Argaez M, Castillo-Chavez C, Fenichel E. 2009 March. Computational methods in infectious diseases. Genetics: Traits Disease and Variant Discovery, Santa Fe, NM.
Gonzalez-Parra P. 2009. Poster: Computational methods for infectious diseases. Bioinformatics Conference, Albuquerque, NM.
Gonzalez-Parra P. 2009. The role of travel treatment and social distancing: The case of influenza in Mexico 2009. SIAM National Conference, Denver, CO.
Gross L. 2009 April 27. Ecological complexity and public policy. La Selva Biological Field Station, Costa Rica.
Gross L. 2009 April 27. Quantitative approaching to assessing patterns of change in forests. La Selva Biological Field Station, Costa Rica.
Gross L. 2009 February 12. AAAS meetings: discuss mini symposium on biological questions addressed by multiscale mathematical methods; attend symposium on math in entry-level biology. Chicago, IL.
Gross L. 2009 February 22. HHMI program advising: Link math and biology for undergrads. Wilkes College, Wilkes Barre, PA.
Gross L. 2009 February 5. Talk to East Tennessee Public Health Forum on NIMBioS and implications for epidemiology and publich health.
Gross L. 2009 January 20. Formal talk at Belmont University. Nashville, TN.
Gross L. 2009 January 8. Informal discussions at iPlant Collaborative Workshop on Cyberinfrastructure for Plant Science. Arizona.
Gross L. 2009 June 14. Space, control and population biology. Invited international talk for Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of Ecological Systems Symposium at the 1st Joint Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Biology and the Chinese Society for Mathematical Biology, Hangzhou, China.
Gross L. 2009 June 15. Formal talk at the Chinese Society for Math Biology and Society for Math Biology Joint Meeting. China.
Gross L. 2009 June 19. Multiscale modeling, space and control of natural systems. Invited international talk, Xi'an Jiangtong University, Xi'an, China.
Gross L. 2009 June 3. Space and control in natural systems. Pacific Northwest Conference on Comprehensive Mathematical Modeling in the Natural and Engineering Sciences Organized in the Spirit of L.A. Segel, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.
Gross L. 2009 September 11. Mathematics and life science education: Promoting interdisciplinarity. University of Texas, El Paso, TX.
Gross L. 2009 September 4. Mathematics and life science education: Promoting interdisciplinarity. Washington University, St. Louis, MO.
Gross L. 2009 September 4. Space and control in natural systems. Washington University, St. Louis, MO.
Hickling G, Lenhart S. 2009 March 20. Introducing NIMBioS, The National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis, in partnership with Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 2009 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Science Colloquium, Gatlinburg, TN.
Hickling G. 2009 April. Rabies and wildlife: An introduction. Wildlife and Rabies Symposium, Univ. of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, Knoxville, TN.
Hickling G. 2009 August. Persistence and spread of the agent of Lyme disease in low-density, emerging blacklegged tick populations. CODIGEOSIM Workshop on Geosimulation and Mathematical Modeling for Zoonotic Disease, York University, Toronto.
Hickling G. 2009 January 20. Informal discussion of NIMBioS opportunities with participants at the Regional Conference to Assess Research and Extension Needs in Integrated Pest Management to Reduce the Incidence of Tick-Borne Diseases in the Southerin United States. CDC, Atlanta, GA.
Hickling G. 2009 July. Tick-borne disease. Interview on WBIR Channel 10 News, Knoxville, TN.
Hickling G. 2009 October. The ecology of tick-borne disease in Tennessee. Epi-Group presentation, University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, Knoxville, TN.
Hickling G. 2009 September 12. Presentation to Workshop for Emergency Response to Disease at the Wildlife/Livestock Interface. Georgia Center for Continuing Education, University of Georgia.
Hickling G. 2009 September. Managing endemic wildlife disease: Bovine TB in New Zealand as a case. USD-APHIS Wilflife Seminar for Emergency Animal Disease Preparedness, Athens, GA.
Horan RD, Xepapadeas A. 2009 July. Coevolution of livestock diseases and management choices. Agricultural and Applied Economic Association 2009 Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI.
Jerde C, Daszak P, Finnoff D, Lodge D, Smith K. 2009 October. The parallels of emerging infectious diseases and biological invasions: The biology behind an economic risk model. OSC2 DIVERSITAS Conference, Cape Town, South Africa.
Knisley D. 2009 February 18. Graph theory and structural analysis in molecular biology. BCMB Spring Seminar Series 2009, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Kobayashi I. 2009 April. Selfish genes vs. genome society: dynamics in bacterial genome evolution. National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD.
Kobayashi I. 2009 October. Selfish genes vs. genome: Roles of selfish Dnase genes programming deaths. 17th Annual Microbial Genomics Conference, Rocky Gap State Park, MD.
Kunz TH, Blehert DS, Cryan PM, Coleman JH, Hicks A, Tuttle MD. 2009. White-nose syndrome in hibernating bats: Are these affected bats the next "canary in the mine"?. 15th International Congress of Speleology, Kerrville, TX.
Langston M et al. 2009 December. Parametrized algorithms for string correction problems. Invited talk, International Workshop on Parameterized Complexity and Approximation Algorithms, Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany.
Langston M, et al. 2009 September. Characterizing the gut microbiome in relation to host intestinal mRNA in collaborative cross progenitors. Research presentations at Complex Trait Community Annual Meeting, Manchester, UK.
Langston M, et al. 2009 September. Extracting and validating gene-phenotype association networks using the ontological discovery environment. Research presentations at Complex Trait Community Annual Meeting, Manchester, UK.
Langston M. 2009 July. Scalable computational methods for the analysis of high-throughput biological data. Invited talk at DOE EPSCoR Program Review Workshop, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY.
Langston M. 2009 June. Generating exact solutions to difficult combinatorial problems on extremely large graphs using out-of-core techniques. TeraGrid 09, Arlington, VA.
Langston M. 2009 June. High-throughput computation can help identify key molecular problems on extremely large graphs using out-of-core techniques. Invited talk, Congress of the European Academy of Allergology and Clinical Immunology, Warsaw, Poland.
Lenhart S. 2009 April 16. Discussion with chair of Biology Dept. at Florida Institute of Technology. Melbourne, FL.
Lenhart S. 2009 April 18. What's math got to do with it? Drugs, sex and rock and roll - connections between math and biology at NIMBioS. Undergraduate Math Day, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Lenhart S. 2009 August 25. Optimal control of two models of rabies in raccoons. Invited plenary talk, Young Investigators Workshop, Mathematical Biosciences Institute.
Lenhart S. 2009 February 19. NIMBioS informational talk at Tennessee Governor's Academy. Knoxville, TN.
Lenhart S. 2009 February 20. NIMBioS informational talk at Virginia Tech. Blacksburg, VA.
Lenhart S. 2009 January 5. Formal talk at Math Institutes Reception of the Joint Math Meetings. Washington, DC.
Lenhart S. 2009 January 6. Informal presentation at BIO-SIGMAA business meeting (math-biology special interest group of MAA). Joint Math Meetings, Washington, DC.
Lenhart S. 2009 July 21. The power of optimal control. Invited talk at Mu Alpha Theta National Convention, Knoxville, TN.
Lenhart S. 2009 July 27. NIMBioS informational talk at Society of Mathematical Biology Meeting, Vancouver, Canada.
Lenhart S. 2009 June 12. NIMBioS informational talk. Institute for Mathematics and Its Applications, Univ. of Minnesota.
Lenhart S. 2009 March 14. NIMBioS informational talk at MAA Southeastern Section Meeting. Belmont University, Nashville, TN.
Lenhart S. 2009 March 18. Poster: presentation on NIMBioS at Biomedical Science and Engineering Conference. Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Lenhart S. 2009 September 10. The power of optimal control. Invited community colloquium, York University, Toronto, Canada.
Lenhart S. 2009 September 17. The power of applied math. Invited distinguished lecture, Middle Tennessee State University.
Lenhart S. 2009 September 17. The power of applied math. Middle Tennessee State University.
McMillan L. 2009 April 1. Visualization. BCMB Spring Seminar Series 2009, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Peterson C. 2009 December 16. An unexpected role for metals in regulating the activity of a serine protease inhibitor, PAI-1. Research Presentation at Georgia State Univ.
Peterson C. 2009 July 30. NIMBioS informational talk at ORNL Brown Bag lunch for summer student researchers.
Peterson C. 2009 March 6. New opportunities for graduate education at UTK. Retreat for BCMB and GST programs coupled with recruiting of new graduate students.
Peterson C. 2009 November 13. Structural studies on a pair of circulatory proteins: Cofactors or cohorts in crime?. Seminar at the Univ. of Vermont.
Peterson C. 2009 November 20. A pair of circulatory proteins: Cofactors or cohorts in crime?. Seminar at Maryville College, Maryville, TN.
Peterson C. 2009 October 14. NIMBioS Presentation to SACNAS Board.
Post BK, Riechert SE. 2009. Bridging the gap: Connecting biology and engineering in the high school curriculum. The ASEE Southeast Section Conference, Southern Polytechnic State University, Marietta, GA. Link
Velasco-Hernandez JX. 2009 November. Un modelo matematico SEIR con aislamiento social. VI Congreso Latinoamericano de Biologia Matematica Acapulco Guerrero.
Welch M. 2009 April 8. Microsatellite evolution. BCMB Spring Seminar Series 2009, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Wise S. 2009 September 18. Vanderbilt Shanks Conference.
Xie F, Horan RD, Wolf CA, Mathews K. 2009 July. A gravity model of bovine TB in the US. Agricultural and Applied Economic Association 2009 Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI.

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Presentations and Posters 2008 Link
Gavrilets S. 2008 December 8. Adaptive radiation: Contrasting recent theory and data. Univ. of Paris, Orsay-Sud, France.
Gavrilets S. 2008 December 9. Dynamics of coalition formation and the egalitarian revolution. Univ. of Strasburg, France.
Gross L, Hickling G. 2008 October 2. Formal talk to the Biology and Environmental Sciences Division. Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Gross L. 2008 December 3. Informal discussions at Biology Summit (NAS) - AAAS. Washington, DC.
Gross L. 2008 December 4. Informal discussions with NRC Board on Life Sciences. Washington, DC.
Gross L. 2008 November 13. Formal talk on NIMBioS to faculty from CSUSM and Palomar and MiraCosta Community Colleges. California State University, San Marcos; Palomar Community College; MiraCsota Community College.
Gross L. 2008 October 13. Formal talk on NIMBioS at AIBS Board of Directors Meeting.
Gross L. 2008 October 14. Formal presentations on NIMBioS to agencies in the DC area (NIH, NSF, OSTP, USDA). Washington, DC.
Gross L. 2008 October 17. Formal talk on NIMBioS. Natural Areas National Meeting.
Gross L. 2008 October 17. Formal talk to Univ. Tennessee Deans Council. Knoxville, TN.
Gross L. 2008 October 23. Formal talk on NIMBioS at NSF UT IGERT Program kick-off.
Gross L. 2008 October 23. Formal talk on NIMBioS to UT Board of Trustees. Knoxville, TN.
Gross L. 2008 October. Formal talk to Univ. Tennessee Arts and Sciences Department Head. Knoxville, TN.
Hickling G. 2008 November 10. Informal talk with the Wildlife Diseases Working Group. The Wildlife Society 15th Annual Conference, Miami, FL.
Hickling G. 2008 October 20. Informal talk at the 11th International Conference on Lyme Borreliosis and Other Tick-borne Diseases. Irvine, CA.
Hickling G. 2008 September. Informal: Discussion with colleagues. VI International Conference on Ticks and Tick-borne Pathogens, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Lenhart S. 2008 August 28. Formal talk to the University of Tennessee Math Dept. Faculty. Math Department, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Lenhart S. 2008 December 5. Formal talk at NIH-MIDAS Netowrk meeting. Monterrey, CA.
Lenhart S. 2008 November 15. Formal talk at TIMBER Conference. Appalachian State University.
Lenhart S. 2008 October 14. Informal presentation to high school teachers. UT Math Contest.
Lenhart S. 2008 October 16. Informal presentation to Biomedical Science and Technology Center. Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Lenhart S. 2008 October 26. Informal presentation at AMS sectional meeting. University of Alabama, Huntsville, AL.

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