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NIMBioS Live Stream

NIMBioS offers free live streaming of many NIMBioS events. See box below for live stream events and link to log in. After you log in by entering your name, organization, and email address, you will be taken to the live stream, which will be active only during the event.

NIMBioS also offers a live chat of the event via Twitter, which is displayed to the right of the live stream. Be sure to enlarge your window so that you can view the Twitter feed on the right. To post a question or comment, type it into the chat window (use only 140 characters per tweet). Please use the designated hashtag in your tweet to enable others to keep up the Twitter conversation and to allow better archiving of the Tutorial discussions. In the event of a "pause" on the live stream, please visit the Twitter feed for updates on when streaming will resume. To create a Twitter account, visit twitter.com.
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NIMBioS Live Streaming Events Event date Live link Hashtag
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*Seminars begin at 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time unless otherwise indicated.

The live stream will not be archived, but individual talks will be videotaped and available soon after the event on the NIMBioS YouTube channel.

Archived Video of NIMBioS Live Streamed Tutorials and Webinars Event date Video link Hashtag
Panel on Proposals for NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) Sep 8, 2017 Link #utkgrfp
Uncertainty Quantification for Biological Models Jun 26-28, 2017 Coming soon #uncertaintyTT
NIMBioS Online Webinar (via Zoom): NSF INCLUDES Conference - Program Evaluation 101 Feb 9, 2017 Link #NISEReval
Evolutionary Quantitative Genetics 2016 Aug 8-12, 2016 Link #quantTT
Game Theoretical Modeling of Evolution in Structured Populations Apr 25-27, 2016 Link #gameTT
Evolutionary Quantitative Genetics 2015 Aug 10-15, 2015 Link #quantTT
NIMBioS/SAMSI/ESA Graduate Workshop/Tutorial:
Current Issues in Statistical Ecology
Apr 15-17, 2015 Link #gradWS
Using R for HPC Feb 27, 2015 Link #learnR
Evolutionary Quantitative Genetics Aug 4-9, 2014 Link #quantTT
Algebraic & Discrete Biological Models for Undergraduate Courses Jun 18-20, 2014 Link #biomodelTT
Computing in the Cloud Apr 6-8, 2014 Link #cloudTT
Archived Video of NIMBioS Live Streamed Workshops Event date Video link Hashtag
Pan-microbial Trait Ecology Jun 14-16, 2017 Link #microbesWS
Species' Range Shifts in a Warming World May 3-5, 2017 Link #shiftsWS
Next Generation Genetic Monitoring Nov 7-9, 2016 Link #nextgenWS
Algebraic Mathematical Biology Jul 25-27, 2016 Link #mathbioWS
MPE 2013+ Workshop on Education for the Planet Earth of Tomorrow Sep 30-Oct 2, 2015 Link #MPEws
Evolution and Warfare Sep 16-18, 2015 Link #warfareWS
Morphological Plant Models Sep 2-4, 2015 Link #PlantMath15
Computational Advances in Microbiome Research Jul 27-28, 2015 Link #CAMRws
Many-cell System Modeling Jul 7-9, 2015 Link #manycellWS
Information and Entropy in Biological Systems Apr 8-10, 2015 Link #entropyWS
Neurobiology of Expertise Mar 11, 2015 Link #neuroWS
Olfactory Modeling Mar 2-4, 2015 Link #odorWS
Lymphoid Cells in Acute Inflammation Jan 15-16, 2015 Link #lymphoidWS
Heart Rhythm Disorders Dec 3-5, 2014 Link #cardiacWS
Leptospirosis Modeling Jun 3-5, 2014 Link #leptoWS
Predictive Models for ERA Apr 28-30, 2014 Link #eraWS
Modeling Contamination of Fresh Produce Apr 24-25, 2014 Link #produceWS
Spring Opportunities Workshop for Women in the Mathematical Sciences Apr 9-11, 2014 Link #womenWS
Vectored Plant Viruses Mar 17-19, 2014 Link #plantWS
Interface Disease Models Mar 11-13, 2014 Link #diseaseWS
Animal Social Networks Mar 6-8, 2014 Link #AnimalWS
Christopher Strickland. Modeling invasion at multiple scales
Archived Video of NIMBioS Live-Streamed Seminars & Conferences Event date Video link Hashtag
Nov 28, 2017 Coming soon! #nimbios
Scott Nuismer. Evaluating the promise of a transmissible vaccine Nov 14, 2017 Coming soon! #nimbios
Charlotte Chang. The social determinants and ecological consequences of indiscriminate hunting in tropical Asia Oct 24, 2017 Coming soon! #nimbios
Scott Emrich. Integrating diverse data for improved computational genomics Oct 17, 2017 Coming soon! #nimbios
Ruian Ke. Superinfection and cure of infected cells as novel mechanisms for hepatitis C virus expansion and persistence Oct 10, 2017 Coming soon! #nimbios
Elizabeth Borer. Tools to predict future Earth: Using theory and experiments to guide expectations for the future of the world's grasslands Sep 26, 2017 Coming soon! #nimbios
Suzanne Alonzo. The social side of sex: Male/female coevolution and social plasticity affect reproductive patterns Apr 11, 2017 Coming soon! #nimbios
Richard Rebarber. Feedback control approaches to population management Mar 23, 2017 Link #nimbios
Oyita Udiani. Mathematical models of social dynamics and task organization in animal societies Jan 31, 2017 Link #nimbios
Avner Friedman. Tuberculosis and the immune system Dec 6, 2016 Link #nimbios
Sergei Petrovskii. Biological invasion: Patchy invasion as a new paradigm of alien species spread Nov 8, 2016 Link #nimbios
Blackwell-Tapia Conference Undergraduate Event. Mathematics:
It's knot what you think! A virtual math meet-up for undergraduates
Oct 27, 2016 Coming soon! #nimbios
Jay M. Ver Hoef. Modern spatial statistics: Basis functions, convolutions, and big data Oct 18, 2016 Link #nimbios
Mark Moffett. How a shift in social identity made enormous societies possible: An overlooked turning point in human evolution Oct 11, 2016 Coming soon! #nimbios
Lauren Smith-Ramesh. Placing species invasions in a food web context: A new twist on old invasion hypotheses Oct 4, 2016 Link #nimbios
Sarah Flanagan. Identifying signatures of selection on the genome: Case studies using pipefish Sep 20, 2016 Link #nimbios
Sergei Tarasov. Systematics of dung beetles and ontology-informed models for phenotypic evolution Aug 23, 2016 Link #nimbios
Urszula Ledzewicz. Optimal protocols for combination therapies in cancer: how much, how often, in what sequence? Apr 19, 2016 Link #nimbios
Glenn Ledder. Allocation of resources in two-component systems Apr 14, 2016 Link #nimbios
Michael Whitlock. Selection in complex spatial settings Apr 12, 2016 Link #nimbios
Alex Mogilner. Mechanical pathways of cell polarization and motility initiation Mar 22, 2016 Link #nimbios
Maria Servedio. Models and mechanisms of male mate choice Feb 16, 2016 Link #nimbios
Richard Schugart. Can mathematics heal all wounds? Nov 10, 2015 Link #nimbios
Quentin Johnson. Utilizing computational methods to predict allosteric networks in protein complexes Oct 20, 2015 Link #nimbios
Megan Rúa. Fantastic fungi! Exploring the ecological and evolutionary forces which shape host-microbe interactions Oct 13, 2015 Link #nimbios
Charles Price. Flow similarity, stochastic branching, and quarter power scaling in plants Oct 6, 2015 Link #nimbios
Stuart Pimm. The laws of biodiversity and what we do not understand about them Sep 28, 2015 Link #nimbios
Elizabeth Bradley. Chaos and Control Sep 22, 2015 Link #nimbios
Matt Kane. Funding Opportunities in Biology at the National Science Foundation Jul 28, 2015 Link N/A
Mats Gyllenberg. Functional responses and how they evolve by natural selection Apr 21, 2015 Link #nimbios
Caroline Farrior. Plant traits and the importance of competition among individuals Apr 7, 2015 Link #nimbios
Kehinde Salau. Taking a moment to measure networks - A hierarchical approach Mar 25, 2015 Link #nimbios
Laurent Excoffier. Consequences of spatial expansions on population functional diversity Mar 10, 2015 Link #nimbios
Julio Ramirez. Pneumonia: Clinical & translational research... Feb 25, 2015 Link #nimbios
Michael Lynch. Mutation, drift and the origin of subcellular features Feb 10, 2015 Link #nimbios
Suzanne O'Regan. Detecting critical transitions in infectious disease dynamics Jan 27, 2015 Link #nimbios
Ioannis Sgouralis. Modeling renal complications induced by cardiac surgery Dec 2, 2014 Link #nimbios
Steven Abel. Deconstructing signal transduction at the cell membrane Nov 25, 2014 Link #nimbios
Robert Boyd. The puzzles of cooperation Nov 18, 2014 Link #nimbios
Hanna Kokko. Males exist: Does it matter? Nov 11, 2014 Link #nimbios
Sandy Kawano. Quantifying phenotypic selection Oct 21, 2014 Link #nimbios
Angela Peace. Stoichiometric producer-grazer models Sep 23, 2014 Link #nimbios
Elizabeth Hobson. Emergent social properties and the evolution of social complexity Sep 9, 2014 Link #nimbios
Leah Edelstein-Keshet. Chemical patterns in cell motility Apr 30, 2014 Link #nimbios
Yetta Jager. Getting the most out of rivers Apr 1, 2014 Link #nimbios
Eugene Koonin. Generalization of the central models of molecular evolution... Mar 25, 2014 Link #nimbios

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