The math colloquium at Howard University in November featured computational biology and vaccine development with a NIMBioS postdoctoral researcher as special speaker. Postdoctoral fellow Clemente Aguilar visited Howard’s mathematics department and spoke on: “Using Computational Tools for Accelerating the Development of Vaccines for Chagas’ Disease” to a group of faculty and graduate students. Clemente interacted with students and shared research and educational opportunities at NIMBioS and in mathematical biology.
Earlier this fall postdoctoral fellows made two additional visits to NIMBioS minority serving institution partners. A. Michelle Lawing visited University of Texas-El Paso, and Chris Remien visited brand new partner Tennessee State University.