I will present a diffusive predator-prey model that includes fear effect, predator-taxis, spatial heterogeneity and degeneracy on some space dependent model parameters. I will report some recent results on local and global bifurcations of steady state solutions of the model system. This is a joint work with Dr. Jingjing Wang.
Monday, July 17 at 04:00pm
MS02-ECOP-1: Applications of Reaction-Diffusion Models in Biological Systems
Organized by: Yu Jin, Daniel Gomez, King Yeung (Adrian) Lam Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The other session is MS01-ECOP-1.
- Xingfu Zou University of Western Ontario (Mathematics) "On a predator-prey model with fear effect, predator-taxis and degeneracy in spatially heterogeneous environmen"
- Yu Jin University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Mathematics) "The influence of a protection zone on population dynamics"
- Arwa Abdulla Baabdulla University of Alberta (Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences) "Mathematical Modelling of Reovirus in Cancer Cell Cultures"
- Domènec Ruiz-Balet Imperial College London (Mathematics) "The tragedy of the commons via traveling waves in mean-field games"
MS02-IMMU-1: Multiscale Mechanistic Modeling in Immunology (in celebration of Denise Kirschner’s 60th birthday)
Organized by: Marissa Renardy, Caitlin Hult
- Marissa Renardy Applied BioMath (Modeling) "Capturing CAR-T cell therapy dynamics through semi-mechanistic modeling"
- Pariksheet Nanda University of Michigan Medical School (Microbiology and Immunology) "Calibrating multivariate models using CaliPro and approximate Bayesian computing"
- Maral Budak University of Michigan Medical School (Department of Microbiology & Immunology) "Optimizing regimen treatment during the host-pathogen interaction of tuberculosis using a multi-scale computational model"
- Christian Michael University of Michigan - Michigan Medicine (Microbiology & Immunology) "Towards digital partners of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection within a virtual city framework"
- Elsje Pienaar Purdue University (Biomedical Engineering) "Biofilm impacts in Non-tuberculous mycobacterial infections in the airway"
MS02-IMMU-2: Within-host SARS-CoV-2 viral and immune dynamics
Organized by: Esteban A. Hernandez-Vargas, Hana Dobrovolny
- Esteban Abelardo Hernandez-Vargas University of Idaho (Department of Mathematics and Statistical Science) "The shape of antibody dynamics of severe and non-severe patients with COVID-19: A mathematical modeling approach"
- Veronika I. Zarnitsyna Emory University School of Medicine (Microbiology and Immunology) "Competing Heterogeneities in Vaccine Effectiveness Estimation"
- Hana Maria Dobrovolny Texas Christian University (Department of Physics & Astronomy) "Virus-mediated cell fusion of SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern"
- Suzan Farhang-Sardroodi University of Manitoba (Department of Mathematics) "Mathematical modelling of the humoral and B cell response to SARS-CoV-2"
- Ruian Ke Los Alamos National Laboratory "The relationship between SARS-CoV-2 viral load and infectiousness and quantifying the infectiousness heterogeneity"
- Jane Heffernan York University (Mathematics & Statistics) "Modelling COVID-19 infection and vaccination"
MS02-MEPI-1: Climate and vector-borne disease: insights from mathematical modeling
Organized by: Michael Robert, Zhuolin Qu, Christina Cobbold Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The other session is MS01-MEPI-1.
- Carrie Manore Los Alamos National Laboratory (Theoretical Biology and Biophysics) "Coupling Earth Systems, Vector Population, and Disease Transmission Models to Predict Mosquito-borne Disease Under Climate Change"
- Nusrat Tabassum Texas Tech University (Applied Mathematics) "Stage-Structured Mosquito Larval Competition: Implications for Aedes Albopictus and Aedes Aegypti Population Dynamics"
- Luis Fernando Chaves Indiana University - Bloomington (Environmental and Occupational Health) "Nonlinear impacts of climatic variability on vector population dynamics"
- Suzanne Robertson Virginia Commonwealth University (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics) "The impact of changes in avian phenology in a stage-structured model for West Nile virus transmission"
MS02-MFBM-1: Recent advances in the mathematics of biochemical reaction networks
Organized by: Tung Nguyen, Matthew Johnson, Jiaxin Jin Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The other session is MS01-MFBM-1.
- James Brunner Los Alamos National Laboratory (Biosciences) "Inferring microbial interactions with their environment from genomic and metagenomic data"
- Tung Nguyen Texas A&M University (Department of Mathematics) "Absolute concentration robustness in multi-site phosphorylation networks with a bifunctional enzyme"
- Jiaxin Jin The Ohio State University (Mathematics) "Weakly reversible deficiency one realizations of polynomial dynamical systems: an algorithmic perspective"
- Aidan S. Howells University of Wisconsin–Madison (Mathematics) "Stochastic reaction networks within interacting compartments"
MS02-NEUR-1: Mathematical Ophthalmology
Organized by: Paul A. Roberts, Jessica Crawshaw Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The other session is MS01-NEUR-1.
- Jessica Crawshaw University of Oxford (Mathematical Institute) "The role of hierarchical Bayesian inference in understanding macular degeneration treatment strategies"
- Moussa A. Zouache University of Utah (John A. Moran Eye Center, Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences) "Predicting Physiology from Structure in the Human Choriocapillaris"
- Richard Braun University of Delaware (Department of Mathematical Sciences) "Semi-automated Tear Breakup Detection and Modeling on the Ocular Surface"
MS02-ONCO-1: Techniques and Methods in Modelling Cancer Treatment
Organized by: Kathleen Wilke, Gibin Powathil Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The other session is MS01-ONCO-1.
- Annabelle Ballesta Inserm & Institut Curie (unit 900) "Quantitative Systems Pharmacology to Personalize Temozolomide-based Drug Combinations against Brain Tumors."
- Kévin Spinicci Swansea University "Mathematical modelling of HIF on regulating cancer cells metabolism and migration"
- Linh Nguyen Phuong Aix-Marseille University (COMPutational pharmacology and clinical Oncology Team) "Mechanistic modeling of the longitudinal tumor and biological markers combined with quantitative cell-free DNA"
- Heiko Enderling Moffitt Cancer Center (Department of Integrated Mathematical Oncology) "Mathematical modeling of cancer radiotherapy"
MS02-ONCO-2: Evolutionary game theory in cancer
Organized by: Anuraag Bukkuri, Katarina Stankova Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The other session is MS01-ONCO-2.
- Kanyarat Jitmana The University of Utah (Department of Mathematics) "Mathematical modeling of the evolution of resistance and aggressiveness of ovarian cancer from HGSOC patient CA-125 time series."
- Ranjini Bhattacharya Moffitt Cancer Center (Integrated Mathematical Oncology) "Angiogenesis: A Tragedy of Commons"
- Monica Salvioli - Part 2 Delft University of Technology (Delft Institute of Applied Mathematics, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands) "Using the Stackelberg evolutionary game approach in cancer treatment"
- Shalu Dwivedi Matthias Schleiden Institute, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena (Department of Bioinformatics) "Go or grow: Game-theoretical description of metastasis in tumour development"
MS02-OTHE-1: The 10th anniversary of MBI’s 2013 Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology
Organized by: Rebecca Everett, Angela Peace Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The other session is MS01-OTHE-1.
- Ashlee N. Ford Versypt University at Buffalo, The State University of New York (Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering) "Multiscale Modeling of Tissue Remodeling and Damage"
- Angela Peace Texas Tech University (Department of Mathematics and Statistics) "Adaptive foraging behaviors in food web models"
- Open Discussion "Open Discussion: Best Practices for Workshops for Young Researchers"
MS02-OTHE-2: Recent Studies on the Biomechanics and Fluid Dynamics of Living Systems: Locomotion and Fluid Transport
Organized by: Alexander Hoover, Matea Santiago Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The other session is MS01-OTHE-2.