The Southeast Center for Mathematics and Biology will host its second annual symposium on the intersection of math and biological systems Feb. 17-18, 2020, at the Marcus Nanotechnology Building at Georgia Tech.
Leading mathematicians and bioscientists will discuss the challenges and opportunities at the math-bio interface while sharing their latest research.
Guest speakers include:
• Guo-Wei Wei (Michigan State University)
• Amina Qutub (University of Texas at San Antonio)
• Kristen Naegle (University of Virginia)
• Konstantin Mischaikow (Rutgers University)
• Alexander Anderson (Moffitt Cancer Center)
• Amy Shaub Maddox (University of North Carolina/Chapel Hill)
• Caroline Uhler (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
The SCMB is one of four National Science Foundation (NSF) – Simons Research Centers for Mathematics and Complex Biological Systems. It is headquartered at Georgia Tech; other member regional institutions of the SCMB are the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tulane University, the University of South Florida, the University of Florida, Clemson University, and Duke University.