US Bio PSW Ohio MBI 2012

The meeting took place at the Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State Uni, from Monday 16th to Friday 20th July 2012, as part of the US BioSciences Problem-Solving Workshops series.

Problems

Information geometric analysis for multi-neuronal spike trains - Estimation of directional interaction and direct/indirect synaptic connections
Dr Masami Tatsuno (Neuroscience, University of Lethbridge)
Development of a mathematical model for microindentation of aortic valve leaflets to aid in the determination of local micromechanical properties
Dr Matthew Doyle (Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto)
Prof Craig Simmons (Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto)
The structure of the lipid layer of the tear film
Prof Richard Braun (Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Delaware)
Dr Ewen King-Smith (College of Optometry, Ohio State University)
Mathematical model of blood ionized calcium concentration
Prof Thomas Rosal (Veterinary Biosciences, Ohio State University)
Online detection of physiological fetal distress pattern during birth
Prof Martin Frasch (Centre de Recherche en Reproduction Animale, CHU Sainte-Justine)
Using magnetic force to colonize fibrillar scaffolds with stem/progenitor cells
Prof Nicanor Moldovan (Internal Medicine, Ohio State University)

PSW@MBI was a week-long workshop where participating mathematical modelers tackle questions proposed by life science researchers. The workshop gave the opportunity to practitioners and researchers in medicine and the biosciences who present problems to exploit the expertise of applied mathematical faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students in working toward solutions to their problems.

For further information, please see the meeting website.