August 3-5, 2000
University of Utah
Mathematical biology is a rapidly growing field. The purpose of this meeting is to highlight exciting areas of growth in the field and to provide a perspective on future directions for mathematical biology.
Information, Registration, Abstract Submission, Accommodations, Landhal Travel Award information, Field Trip information and Student Mentoring information is available at the web site.
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The meeting will consist of plenary talks, minisymposia, contributed talks, poster sessions and a lunch talk. We will have a "careers information" lunch for students, and an education section. There are field trips to Albion Basin and Park City timed around the meeting. Student travel awards are available.
PLENARY SPEAKERS: Sally Blower, Bryan Grenfell, George Oster, Tamar Schlick, John Tyson
MINISYMPOSIUM SUBJECTS AND ORGANIZERS:
|Cancer:||Mark Chaplain and Andrej Yakovlev|
|Molecular Motors:||Alex Mogilner|
|Theoretical Ecology:||Alan Hastings|
The CAREERS LUNCH is organized by Lou Gross. Gerda DeVries is organizing a MENTORING PROGRAM to foster interactions between junior and senior researchers.
Conferees are housed in the new University of Utah Guest House, which is within walking distance of the central Conference location.
SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE: Mark Chaplain (Dundee), Lisa Fauci (Tulane), Lou Gross (Tennessee), Alan Hastings (Davis), Alex Mogilner (Davis), Alan Perelson (Los Almos), David Rand (Warwick) and James Sneyd (Michigan)
LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: Mark Lewis, Fred Adler, David Eyre Aaron Fogelson, Jim Keener and Hans Othmer.
Online REGISTRATION, ACCOMODATION, FIELD TRIP information, STUDENT TRAVEL AWARD information and GENERAL information is available online at http://conferences.utah.edu/SMB.
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