2018 Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Biology & the Japanese Society for Mathematical Biology

from Sunday, 8 July 2018 (9:00 am) to Thursday, 12 July 2018 (6:30 pm)


        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
8 Jul. 2018
9 Jul. 2018
10 Jul. 2018
11 Jul. 2018
12 Jul. 2018
AM
11:00 am
Early Career Researcher Workshop (until 5:30 pm) (Holme Building---- - Sutherland Room)
8:00 am --- PRELIMINARY TIMETABLE ---
8:45 am
Welcome (until 9:00 am) (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
9:00 am
Plenary (until 10:00 am) (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
9:00 am Multiscale image based modelling in biology - Tiina Roose (University of Southampton)   (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
10:00 am --- Coffee and tea break ---
10:30 am
Advances in Mathematics of Infectious Diseases (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-101)
10:30 am Signatures of within-host dynamics of dengue at a population level - Lauren Childs (Virginia Tech)   (New Law School-1-101)
11:00 am Mathematics of climate change and malaria transmission dynamics - Prof. Abba Gumel (Arizona State University)   (New Law School-1-101)
11:30 am Optimal control with multiple human papillomavirus vaccines - Tufail Malik (Arizona State University)   (New Law School-1-101)
12:00 pm Mathematics of a sex-structured model for Syphilis transmission dynamics - Dr. Oluwaseun Sharomi (Khalifa University of Science and Technology)   (New Law School-1-101)
10:30 am
Biochemistry, Signalling & Mathematical Techniques (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-022)
10:30 am Crosstalk in transition: Akt translocation as a damped harmonic oscillator - Catheryn Gray (University of New South Wales)   (New Law School-0-022)
10:50 am Parameter estimation of an S-system model using hybrid genetic algorithm with the aid of sensitivity analysis - Dr. Renier Mendoza (Institute of Mathematics University of the Philippines Diliman)   (New Law School-0-022)
11:10 am Patterning in development and the role of short and long range signalling - Adriana Dawes (Ohio State University)   (New Law School-0-022)
11:30 am Calcium dynamics within the nuclei of cardiac muscle - Hilary Hunt   (New Law School-0-022)
11:50 am The remarkable simplicity of complex signalling networks - Robyn Araujo   (New Law School-0-022)
10:30 am
Data-Driven Mechanistic Cancer Models (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-104)
10:30 am Multiscale modelling accurately predicts $\textit{in vivo}$ response of combined IL-6 blockade and traditional chemotherapy in stem cell driven cancers - Prof. Trachette Jackson (University of Michigan)   (New Law School-1-104)
11:00 am Optimal cancer screening regimes in gastrointestinal evolution using mathematical modelling - Kit Curtius (Barts Cancer Institute)   (New Law School-1-104)
11:30 am Modelling brain tumour recurrence patterns following surgical resection with ischemia - Lee Curtin (School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Nottingham)   (New Law School-1-104)
12:00 pm Modelling growth and treatment dynamics in PDGF-driven glioblastoma: how heterogeneity manifests across scales - Dr. Jill Gallaher (H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center)   (New Law School-1-104)
10:30 am
Epidemiology, Bayesian Methods & Data (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-020)
10:30 am Evidence for history-dependence of influenza pandemic emergence - Edward Hill (University of Warwick)   (New Law School-0-020)
10:50 am Spatial and temporal analysis of FluTracking data and implications for influenza spread in Australia - Dennis Liu (The University of Adelaide)   (New Law School-0-020)
11:10 am Data-driven prediction and origin identification of epidemics in population networks - Karen Larson (Brown University)   (New Law School-0-020)
11:30 am Understanding the impact of climate in seasonal influenza in Australia - Ms. Jessica Penfold (The University of Adelaide)   (New Law School-0-020)
11:50 am Heterogeneity in susceptibility induces unpredictable outbreak - Dr. Ryosuke Omori (Hokkaido University)   (New Law School-0-020)
12:10 pm A mathematical model for influenza transmission of two strains in single host population - Mrs. Hilda Fahlena (Institut Teknologi Bandung)   (New Law School-0-020)
10:30 am
From solitary swimmers to coordinated groups: Modelling motion in fluids at very low Reynolds number (until 12:00 pm) (New Law School-1-106)
10:30 am Understanding pattern formation in interacting cell populations - Edward Green (University of Adelaide)   (New Law School-1-106)
11:00 am Flagellar swimming in viscoelastic fluids - Robert Guy (University of California Davis)   (New Law School-1-106)
11:30 am Chemotaxis Modelling for Sperm Motility - John LaGrone (Tulane University)   (New Law School-1-106)
10:30 am
Interdisciplinary approaches in developmental biology (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-024)
10:30 am Modelling the migration of astrocytes during retinal development - Tracy Stepien (University of Arizona)   (New Law School-0-024)
11:00 am A quantitative and systems approach to vertebrate forebrain and heart morphogenesis - Yoshihiro Morishita (RIKEN Quantitative Biology Center)   (New Law School-0-024)
11:30 am Modularity, criticality and evolvability of a developmental gene regulatory network - Dr. Berta Verd (University of Cambridge )   (New Law School-0-024)
12:00 pm Three-dimensional excitable wave dynamics depend on the cell geometry in $\textit{Dictyotelium}$ cells - Tatsuo Shibata (RIKEN Quantitative Biology Center)   (New Law School-0-024)
10:30 am
Mathematical and experimental approaches to understand immune response to infection (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-026)
10:30 am Trajectory inference of HIV progression with microbiome data - Dr. Shinji Nakaoka (PRESTO, JST, Japan. Institute of Industrial Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan.)   (New Law School-0-026)
11:00 am Understanding age-specific differences in immune cell dynamics - Dr. Arnold Reynaldi (UNSW Sydney)   (New Law School-0-026)
11:30 am Search times of T Cells in the liver - Jonathan Manton (University of Melbourne)   (New Law School-0-026)
12:00 pm Imaging of CD8+ T cells in the malaria infected liver reveals key processes for effective protection - Dr. Ian Cockburn (Australian National University)   (New Law School-0-026)
10:30 am
Multiscale modelling and simulation (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-100)
10:30 am Lattice-free chemical reactions with multiple time scales. - Dr. Mark Flegg (Monash University)   (New Law School-1-100)
11:00 am Multiscale methods for modelling intracellular processes - Prof. Radek Erban (University of Oxford)   (New Law School-1-100)
11:30 am Patch dynamics for fluid flow through long narrow tubes - Dr. Judy Bunder (University of Adelaide)   (New Law School-1-100)
12:00 pm Parallel stochastic simulation of cell-cell communication with spatially resolved reaction-diffusion kinetics - Adrien Coulier (Uppsala University)   (New Law School-1-100)
10:30 am
Population dynamics models with broader ecological, evolutionary, and social feedbacks (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-102)
10:30 am Separation of trait-mediated and biomass-mediated indirect effects in a system of a plant and two herbivores - Atsushi Yamauchi (Kyoto University)   (New Law School-1-102)
11:00 am Adaptive defense of a shared pest can enhance efficiency of biological control by two natural enemies - Yusuke Ikegawa (Ryukyu Sankei Co. Ltd.)   (New Law School-1-102)
11:30 am Influence of sex-specific dispersal on local sex ratio, mating success and spatiotemporal population dynamics - Ms. Chun-Chia Chou (Research School of Biology, Australian National University)   (New Law School-1-102)
12:00 pm Optimal management strategies to control mammal populations incorporating behaviourally mediated indirect effect - Dr. Hiroyuki Yokomizo (Natl. Inst. of Environ. Studies)   (New Law School-1-102)
10:30 am
Predator-Prey, Competition, Extinction (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-028)
10:30 am Predation or frequency dependence, which of them controls dimorphism oscillations in prey predator system? - Dr. Satoshi Takahashi (Nara Women's University)   (New Law School-0-028)
10:50 am Individual based modelling of the effects of cannibalism on genetic resistance to Bt in the fall armyworm - William Jamieson (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)   (New Law School-0-028)
11:10 am A prey-predator model with gestation period - Yoichi Enatsu (Tokyo University of Science)   (New Law School-0-028)
11:30 am Inequality in resource allocation among individuals and population dynamics models - Masahiro Anazawa (Tohoku Institute of Technology)   (New Law School-0-028)
11:50 am Optimal monitoring and decision support for the end of an eradication campaign - Dr. Christopher Baker (The University of Queensland)   (New Law School-0-028)
12:10 pm Bayesian modelling on the expected extinction time of species. - Ms. Saritha Kodikara (Discipline of Mathematical Sciences, School of Science, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia)   (New Law School-0-028)
10:30 am
Recent perspectives on mathematical epidemiology (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-105)
10:30 am Comparing malaria surveillance with periodic spraying in the presence of insecticide-resistant mosquitoes: Should we spray regularly or based on human infections? - Prof. Robert Smith? (The University of Ottawa)   (New Law School-1-105)
11:00 am Modelling the renal disease epidemic among HIV-infected individuals - Elissa Schwartz (Washington State University)   (New Law School-1-105)
11:30 am Species interactions modify the spread of vector-borne pathogens independent of transmission mode - Dr. Jing Li (California State University Northridge)   (New Law School-1-105)
12:00 pm Target product profiles for second-generation childhood malaria vaccines - Dr. Alexandra Hogan (Imperial College London)   (New Law School-1-105)
10:30 am
The Multiphase Approach to Tissue Modelling: Applications in Development and Disease (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-107)
10:30 am Multiphase modelling of early fibrous cap formation in atherosclerosis - Dr. Michael Watson (University of Sydney)   (New Law School-1-107)
11:00 am Homogenisation of a two-phase, elastic-poroelastic model of a fibre-reinforced hydrogels for tissue engineering of cartilage - Prof. Helen Byrne (University of Oxford)   (New Law School-1-107)
11:30 am A multiphase model of glioblastoma multiform onset and growth - Harsh Jain (Florida State University)   (New Law School-1-107)
12:00 pm A multiscale model to inform the design of nerve repair conduits - Dr. Simao Laranjeira (UCL Mechanical Engineering, UCL Centre for Nerve Engineering)   (New Law School-1-107)
8:00 am --- PRELIMINARY TIMETABLE ---
9:00 am
Plenary (until 10:00 am) (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
9:00 am Modelling immunity: a multi-scale problem - Jane Heffernan (York University, Toronto, Canada)   (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
10:00 am --- Coffee and tea break ---
10:30 am
Cancer & Therapies (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-028)
10:30 am Equation and dynamics of state transition from health to leukemia - Dr. Davide Maestrini (City of Hope, National Cancer Centre)   (New Law School-0-028)
10:50 am Mathematical modelling for cancer recurrence caused by premalignant lesions formed before the first treatment - Mr. Mitsuaki Takaki (Kyushu University)   (New Law School-0-028)
11:10 am A mathematical light on initiation of colorectal and intestinal cancer - Dr. Ali Mahdipour-Shirayeh (Princess Margaret Cancer Centre)   (New Law School-0-028)
11:30 am Discriminating response across treatments using the patient-specific model-derived days gained metric - Dr. Kyle Singleton (Precision Neurotherapeutics Innovation Program, Department of Neurological Surgery, Mayo Clinic, Phoenix, AZ)   (New Law School-0-028)
11:50 am An experimental-computational approach for predicting the spatial-temporal response of tumour and vasculature to radiation therapy - Dr. David A. Hormuth II (The University of Texas at Austin)   (New Law School-0-028)
12:10 pm Quantifying the influence of nanoparticle polydispersity on cellular delivered dose - Stuart Johnston (University of Melbourne)   (New Law School-0-028)
10:30 am
Cell polarity and Pattern formation (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-104)
10:30 am Shape, length and location of PAR polarity in asymmetric cell division - Sungrim Seirin-Lee (Hiroshima University)   (New Law School-1-104)
11:00 am A mathematical model of planar cell polarity - Dr. Akiyama Masakazu (Research Institute for Electronics Science, Hokkaido University)   (New Law School-1-104)
11:30 am Control of prokaryotic cell division by Turing patterns - James Walsh (UNSW)   (New Law School-1-104)
12:00 pm Mathematical modelling and genetic analysis of the wave of differentiation in the fly brain - Makoto Sato (Kanazawa University)   (New Law School-1-104)
10:30 am
Frontiers in Viral Dynamics (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-106)
10:30 am Investigating the mechanisms of influenza viral interference using within-host models based on a ferret re-exposure experiment - Dr. Pengxing Cao (School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Melbourne)   (New Law School-1-106)
11:00 am Predicting mechanism of action and quantifying anti-viral effects of cytokines against hepatitis B virus - Mr. Yusuke Kakizoe (Systems Life Sciences, Graduate school of Kyushu University)   (New Law School-1-106)
11:30 am Characterizing SHIV infection $\textit{in vitro}$ and $\textit{in vivo}$ - Shingo Iwami (Department of Biology, Faculty of Sciences, Kyushu University, Fukuoka 819-0395, Japan)   (New Law School-1-106)
12:00 pm Optimising and understanding new HIV therapies - Deborah Cromer (UNSW Sydney)   (New Law School-1-106)
10:30 am
Host-parasite coevolution in space (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-101)
10:30 am Causes and potential consequences of conditional host dispersal: the importance of spite in host populations - Ryosuke Iritani (UC Berkeley)   (New Law School-1-101)
11:00 am Majority decisions by four or five members: rules that can be formed and maintained in viral populations to exclude free riders. - Shuhei Miyashita (Tohoku University)   (New Law School-1-101)
11:30 am Cell-free versus cell-to-cell viral transmission in a spatial structure - Koichi Saeki (Utrecht University)   (New Law School-1-101)
12:00 pm Host-parasite co-evolution in space: it’s reproduction that really matters - Michael Boots (UC Berkeley)   (New Law School-1-101)
10:30 am
How mixing generates spatial gradients significant to signalling, waste removal, and the distribution of microorganisms (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-024)
10:30 am Mixing and pumping by pairs of helices in a viscous fluid - Amy Buchmann (Tulane University)   (New Law School-0-024)
11:00 am Flow and movement of organisms through protective layers - Christopher Strickland (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)   (New Law School-0-024)
11:30 am Spike trains to force generation - Katie Newhall (UNC Chapel Hill)   (New Law School-0-024)
12:00 pm Oocyte fertilisation, chemical signalling and waves - Prof. Yvonne Stokes (The University of Adelaide)   (New Law School-0-024)
10:30 am
Human behaviour, decisions (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-022)
10:30 am Mathematics of wildlife smuggling interdiction - Ms. Rachel Mclean (The University of Adelaide)   (New Law School-0-022)
10:50 am Campaigning to reduce ivory demand – is it cost effective? - Matthew Holden (University of Queensland (UQ)) Dr. Duan Biggs (Griffith University)   (New Law School-0-022)
11:10 am Hominid interbirth interval and evolution of paternal care - Wataru Nakahashi (Waseda University)   (New Law School-0-022)
11:30 am The show-off hypothesis: the evolution of large-game hunting, and signalling like peacocks - Sara Loo (University of Sydney)   (New Law School-0-022)
11:50 am Theoretical proofs of evolutionary stabilities in indirect reciprocity of private assessment - Isamu Okada (Soka University)   (New Law School-0-022)
12:10 pm Centralization in self-organized reference networks - Ms. Mariko Ito (SOKENDAI (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies))   (New Law School-0-022)
10:30 am
Mathematics Neuroscience Subgroup (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-026)
10:30 am Volume transmission and neurotransmitter homeostasis - Prof. Janet Best (The Ohio State University)   (New Law School-0-026)
11:00 am Low- and high-waking modes in the corticothalamic system - Paula Sanz-Leon (University of Sydney)   (New Law School-0-026)
11:30 am Temperature sensitivity of PO/AH neurons - Martin Wechselberger (University of Sydney)   (New Law School-0-026)
12:00 pm Spatio-temporal canards & bifurcation delay in neural reaction-diffusion systems - Theodore Vo (Florida State University)   (New Law School-0-026)
10:30 am
Modelling Gene Drives (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-100)
10:30 am Gene drive localization and reversal - Alun Lloyd (North Carolina State University)   (New Law School-1-100)
11:00 am Mathematical modelling of CRISPR gene drives for exotic vertebrate pest eradication - Joshua Ross (The University of Adelaide)   (New Law School-1-100)
11:30 am The spatial dynamics of selfish genetic elements in ${\textit Aedes~aegypti}$ arbovirus vector populations - Dr. Penelope Hancock (Oxford University)   (New Law School-1-100)
12:00 pm MGDrivE: a simulation framework for gene drive in spatially-explicit mosquito populations and its application to threshold-dependent systems - Dr. John M. Marshall (University of California, Berkeley)   (New Law School-1-100)
10:30 am
Modelling memory in physiological regulation (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-024)
10:30 am Models for thrombopoiesis with bifurcation analysis - Joseph Mahaffy (San Diego State University)   (New Law School-0-024)
11:00 am Mathematical modelling of potential mechanism for the restoration of the T-cell homeostasis along with a sustained decay in viral reservoir upon infusion of CCR5 gene edited T cells in HIV infected subjects - Ms. Angie Raad (CDM, York University , Toronto, Canada,)   (New Law School-0-024)
11:30 am Liver spatial heterogeneities and HBV - Shawn Means (University of Auckland)   (New Law School-0-024)
12:00 pm Memory and time delays in physiological regulation - Jacques Bélair (Université de Montréal)   (New Law School-0-024)
10:30 am
Structures and organisation in nature (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-020)
10:30 am Model-based morphometrics for plant phenotyping - Koji Noshita (JST PRESTO, The University of Tokyo)   (New Law School-0-020)
10:50 am Using the classic Raup shell growth model as a morphometric tool to investigate genetic variation - Jenny Larsson (University of Sheffield)   (New Law School-0-020)
11:10 am Modelling the force-dependent morphogenesis of fish vertebra with topology optimization - Ms. Misaki Sakashita (Osaka University)   (New Law School-0-020)
11:30 am Identifying differences in the rules of interaction between individuals in moving animal groups - Dr. Timothy Schaerf (School of Science and Technology, University of New England)   (New Law School-0-020)
11:50 am Fluctuations-induced coexistence in public goods dynamics - Yoram Louzoun (Bar Ilan University)   (New Law School-0-020)
12:10 pm Explaining lazy workers in social insect colonies with evolutionary game theory - Dr. Julian Garcia (Monash University)   (New Law School-0-020)
10:30 am
The cancer ecosystem: optimizing treatment based on evolution (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-105)
10:30 am Direct parameterisation of an evolutionary game theory model from $\textit{in vitro}$ experiments - Prof. Jacob Scott (Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine)   (New Law School-1-105)
11:00 am The bone ecosystem - David Basanta (H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center)   (New Law School-1-105)
11:30 am Joining forces: combining machine learning and mechanistic models to predict tumour cell density for glioblastoma patients - Kristin Swanson (Mayo Clinic)   (New Law School-1-105)
10:30 am
Women Advancing Mathematical Biology (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-107)
10:30 am Modelling the argasid tick ($\textit{Ornithodoros moubata}$) life cycle - Holly Gaff (Old Dominion University)   (New Law School-1-107)
11:00 am Stochastic models of epidemic super-spreading events - Angela Peace (Texas Tech University)   (New Law School-1-107)
11:30 am Fluid dynamics of nematocyst prey capture - Dr. Wanda Strychalski (Case Western Reserve University)   (New Law School-1-107)
12:00 pm Computational insights to high dimensional data from $\textit{Clostridium difficile}$ infection - Dr. Samantha Erwin (NCSU)   (New Law School-1-107)
8:00 am --- PRELIMINARY TIMETABLE ---
9:00 am
Plenary (until 10:00 am) (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
9:00 am Coupled social and ecological dynamics for ecosystem management - Yoh Iwasa (Kwansei-Gakuin University)   (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
10:00 am --- Coffee and tea break ---
10:30 am
Animal epidemiology, species control (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-028)
10:30 am Epidemiological consequences of different vaccination strategies against infectious diseases in domestic livestock - Dr. Vasiliki Bitsouni (The Roslin Institute, University of Edinburgh)   (New Law School-0-028)
10:50 am Comparing the effectiveness of different strains of ${\textit Wolbachia}$ for controlling Chikungunya, Dengue fever, and Zika - Dr. Ling Xue (Harbin Engineering University )   (New Law School-0-028)
11:10 am Modelling Carpageddon - the deliberate release of CyHV-3 - Dr. Stephen Davis (RMIT University)   (New Law School-0-028)
11:30 am The effect of thermoregulation on honey bee colony health and survival - Mr. Zeaiter Zeaiter (University of Sydney)   (New Law School-0-028)
11:50 am Population epidemiology under toxicant stress: a nested multilevel modelling framework - Mr. Ross Booton (University of Sheffield )   (New Law School-0-028)
12:10 pm Industrial bees: when agricultural intensification doesn't impact disease burden - Carly Rozins   (New Law School-0-028)
10:30 am
Human physiology (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-022)
10:30 am Model of adipocytes size distribution - Prof. Hedi Soula (Sorbonne University, PARIS)   (New Law School-0-022)
10:50 am Parameterizing continuum models of heat transfer in heterogeneous living skin using experimental data - Sean McInerney (Queensland University of Technology)   (New Law School-0-022)
11:10 am Multiscale adaptive analysis of circadian rhythms in the study of acute insomnia - Prof. Maia Angelova (Deakin University)   (New Law School-0-022)
11:30 am Mathematical modelling for pacemaker-neuron-dependent molecular rhythm alteration by Drosophila clock mutant - Euimin Jeong (KAIST)   (New Law School-0-022)
11:50 am Looking beyond the wavelength: exploring the impacts of electrophysiological variability on rotor-driven re-entries using emulation - Brode Lawson (ARC Centre of Excellence in Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers (ACEMS) - Queensland University of Technology)   (New Law School-0-022)
12:10 pm Numerical study of airway smooth muscle and airway wall coupled dynamics. - Mr. Anand Rampadarath (The University of Auckland)   (New Law School-0-022)
10:30 am
In-host infections, HIV, immunity (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-020)
10:30 am Lifelong CMV infection minimises age-related decline in the diversity of T cells recruited into the immune response to another infection - Dr. Vanessa Venturi (Kirby Institute, UNSW Sydney)   (New Law School-0-020)
10:50 am Theoretical study of interaction between allergy and intestinal microbiome - Akane Hara (Kyushu University)   (New Law School-0-020)
11:10 am Unravelling the role of IL-10 in the development and function of the TB Granuloma - Dr. Stephanie Evans (University of Michigan)   (New Law School-0-020)
11:30 am Modelling latency using a distribution of life spans among infected cells - Dr. Josephine Reyes (University of New South Wales)   (New Law School-0-020)
11:50 am Bistable dynamics in a model of SIV infection with antibody response - Prof. Jonathan Forde (Hobart and William Smith Colleges)   (New Law School-0-020)
12:10 pm Cell fate decision in $\textit{Chlamydia Trachomatis}$ - Prof. German Enciso (UC Irvine)   (New Law School-0-020)
10:30 am
Mathematical strategies to overcome resistance to anticancer drugs (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-104)
10:30 am Modelling continuous levels of resistance to multidrug therapy in cancer - Heyrim Cho (University of Maryland)   (New Law School-1-104)
11:00 am Control structures in cancer chemotherapy - James Greene (Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ)   (New Law School-1-104)
11:30 am Mathematical models on tumour-lymphocyte dynamics and checkpoint blockade therapy - Collin Zheng (University of Sydney)   (New Law School-1-104)
12:00 pm Development of drug resistance: single-step versus multi-step - Prof. Jacob Scott (Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine)   (New Law School-1-104)
10:30 am
Modelling feedback-mediated flow dynamics (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-106)
10:30 am Predicting blood flow and oxygenation in an image-based retinal vascular network - Brendan Fry (Metropolitan State University of Denver)   (New Law School-1-106)
11:00 am Synchronization of tubular pressure oscillations in coupled nephrons - Hwayeon Ryu (University of Hartford)   (New Law School-1-106)
11:30 am Development and validation of a model of renal oxygen transport in the rat renal medulla - Dr. Chang-Joon Lee (School of Engineering and Information Technology, Murdoch University, Australia)   (New Law School-1-106)
12:00 pm The relationship between blood flow, oxygen consumption and blood oxygen levels during transient local activation of the cerebral cortex - Timothy Secomb (University of Arizona)   (New Law School-1-106)
10:30 am
Modelling immune interactions with disease (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-024)
10:30 am Mathematical modelling of immune dynamics in disease and treatment - Prof. Lisette dePillis (Harvey Mudd College)   (New Law School-0-024)
11:00 am Cell adhesion and dynamic fibre redistribution within two-scale moving boundary cancer invasion - Robyn Shuttleworth (University of Dundee)   (New Law School-0-024)
11:30 am Dynamical conditions for the containment of HIV infection by CD8+ T Cells – a variable structure control approach - Dr. Anet Jorim Norbert Anelone (Theoretical biology, Utrecht University)   (New Law School-0-024)
12:00 pm Host control of malaria infection is rarely mediated by host clearance - David Khoury (UNSW Sydney)   (New Law School-0-024)
10:30 am
Multiscaling methods and parameter inference in stochastic biochemical networks - Grzegorz Rempała (The Ohio State University) (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-026)
10:30 am An accurate and efficient estimation of enzyme kinetics using Bayesian approach - Boseung Choi (Korea University Sejong Campus)   (New Law School-0-026)
11:00 am Function central limit theorem for Susceptible-Infected process on configuration model graphs: Further insights into the accuracy of the correlation equations - Mr. Wasiur Rahman Khuda Bukhsh (Technische Universität Darmstadt)   (New Law School-0-026)
11:30 am Quasi-steady-state approximations in the stochastic models of enzyme kinetics - Hye-Won Kang (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)   (New Law School-0-026)
12:00 pm Statistical inference for parameters of biochemical networks - Grzegorz Rempała (The Ohio State University)   (New Law School-0-026)
10:30 am
Nonlinear PDE models in life and social sciences - Jan Haskovec (KAUST, KSA) Helene Ranetbauer (University of Vienna) (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-100)
10:30 am An anisotropic interaction model for simulating fingerprints - Ms. Lisa Maria Kreusser (University of Cambridge)   (New Law School-1-100)
11:00 am On modelling biological network formation - Helene Ranetbauer (University of Vienna)   (New Law School-1-100)
11:30 am Hamilton-Jacobi equations on networks and motion flow models - Adriano Festa (INSA Rouen)   (New Law School-1-100)
12:00 pm Derivation of a fluid-type continuum model for contracting actomyosin bundles. - Dietmar Oelz (The University of Queensland)   (New Law School-1-100)
10:30 am
Nonlocal models in Biology (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-101)
10:30 am Spatial moment models for collective cell behaviour - Dr. Michael Plank (University of Canterbury)   (New Law School-1-101)
11:00 am Reaction diffusion approximation for nonlocal interactions - Dr. Yoshitaro Tanaka (FUTURE UNIVERSITY HAKODATE)   (New Law School-1-101)
11:30 am An integrated model linking structural and dynamical properties of cortical microcircuits - Dr. Pulin Gong (The University of Sydney)   (New Law School-1-101)
12:00 pm Bumps in small-world networks - Carlo Laing (Massey University)   (New Law School-1-101)
10:30 am
Pleiotropy, adaptation and the evolution of sex differences (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-107)
10:30 am The effect of genomic imprinting on QST - Anna Santure (University of Auckland)   (New Law School-1-107)
11:00 am Modelling the evolution of sex-specific dominance in response to sexually antagonistic selection - Hamish Spencer (University of Otago)   (New Law School-1-107)
11:30 am Entering a virtuous cycle of niche construction - Mark Tanaka (University of New South Wales)   (New Law School-1-107)
12:00 pm Coadaptation of mitochondrial and nuclear genes, and the cost of mother's curse - Tim Connallon (Monash University)   (New Law School-1-107)
10:30 am
Recent progress in evolutionary theory: Coevolution, diversity, and networks (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-105)
10:30 am Predicting vegetation diversity & structure from ecological and evolutionary first principles - Dr. Daniel Falster (University of New South Wales)   (New Law School-1-105)
11:00 am Global shapes of evolutionary trees in trait spaces can be described by the Price equation - Dr. Hiroshi Ito (Department of Evolutionary Studies of Biosystems, SOKENDAI (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies), Hayama, Kanagawa 240-0193, Japan)   (New Law School-1-105)
11:30 am Coevolution of horizontally transmitted mutualistic systems - Dr. Yu Uchiumi (Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences, Meiji University)   (New Law School-1-105)
12:00 pm Modelling eco-evolutionary dynamics: an integrative overview - Dr. Ulf Dieckmann (Evolution and Ecology Program (EEP), International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA))   (New Law School-1-105)
10:30 am
Reproduction Numbers (until 12:00 pm) (New Law School-1-102)
10:30 am Corrections to predictions of the basic reproduction number - Dr. Matthew Betti (York University)   (New Law School-1-102)
11:00 am Meta-population modelling to evaluate vaccination policy alternatives vis-à-vis measles and rubella in China - John Glasser (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)   (New Law School-1-102)
11:30 am Modelling of the Spread of MERS-CoV - Ms. Qianying Lin (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)   (New Law School-1-102)
8:00 am --- PRELIMINARY TIMETABLE ---
9:00 am
Plenary (until 10:00 am) (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
9:00 am Inverse and recursive approaches to discover and predict emergent behaviour in complex biosystems comprising human tissues - Melissa Knothe Tate (Paul Trainor Chair of Biomedical Engineering, University of New South Wales Sydney)   (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
10:00 am --- Coffee and tea break ---
10:30 am
Cell motility & cellular structures (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-022)
10:30 am Growth-induced buckling in elastic rods - Mr. Axel Almet (University of Oxford)   (New Law School-0-022)
10:50 am Spatial moment description of birth-death-movement processes incorporating the effects of crowding and obstacles - Anudeep Surendran (Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia)   (New Law School-0-022)
11:10 am Age structure as key to delayed logistic proliferation in scratch assays - Ms. Ana Victoria Ponce Bobadilla (Heidelberg University)   (New Law School-0-022)
11:30 am An agent-based model for pseudohyphal yeast growth - Dr. Hayden Tronnolone (University of Adelaide)   (New Law School-0-022)
11:50 am Mechanical and experimental models of collective cell migration reveals the importance of intercellular interactions - Mr. Oleksii Matsiaka (Queensland University of Technology)   (New Law School-0-022)
12:10 pm A hyperbolic curvature flow for biological tissue growth and its application to determine cell behaviour during the infilling of irregular pores - Dr. Pascal Buenzli (Queensland University of Technology)   (New Law School-0-022)
10:30 am
Epidemiology, vaccine & intervention strategies (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-107)
10:30 am Ecology and transmission of schistosomiasis, its control and elimination - David Gurarie (Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH 44122)   (New Law School-1-107)
10:50 am A structured population model with diffusion in structure space - Fabio A. Milner (School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Arizona State University)   (New Law School-1-107)
11:10 am Infection-acquired versus vaccine-acquired immunity in an SIRWS model - Ms. Tiffany Leung (University of Melbourne)   (New Law School-1-107)
11:30 am Investigating the effects of childhood vaccination: Rotavirus in Chile - Dr. Katia Vogt-Geisse (Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez)   (New Law School-1-107)
11:50 am Disease modelling: how to control and prevent epidemic outbreaks - Elena Aruffo   (New Law School-1-107)
12:10 pm Dynamics of an SEQIHRVS epidemic model with partial immunity, imperfect vaccine and media coverage - Dr. Govind Prasad Sahu (Center for Basic Sciences, Pt Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India)   (New Law School-1-107)
10:30 am
Feasibility and stability properties of complex ecological networks: New perspectives (until 12:00 pm) (New Law School-1-104)
10:30 am How does diversity relate to feasibility and stability properties of complex ecological networks? - Yael Artzy-Randrup (University of Amsterdam )   (New Law School-1-104)
11:00 am Statistical properties of the equilibria of large random ecosystems - Christian Mazza (University of Fribourg)   (New Law School-1-104)
11:30 am Most ecological communities are at the limit of structural stability: the evidence - Axel G. Rossberg (Queen Mary University of London)   (New Law School-1-104)
10:30 am
Immunobiology and Infection Subgroup (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-028)
10:30 am Flu ACHOO! Modelling the immune response to influenza-bacterial coinfection - Dr. Amber Smith (University of Tennessee Health Science Center)   (New Law School-0-028)
11:00 am The geometry of leukemic proliferation - Reginald McGee (Mathematical Biosciences Institute)   (New Law School-0-028)
11:30 am Same-same but different: how heterogeneity within tumours can derail immunotherapy! - Adrianne Jenner (University of Sydney)   (New Law School-0-028)
12:00 pm Grab Your Glasses! Modelling Cancer Immunology in 3D - Paul Macklin (Indiana University)   (New Law School-0-028)
10:30 am
In-host, malaria, prions, GAS, Hepatitis (until 12:10 pm) (New Law School-0-020)
10:30 am Modelling drug action on parasites during blood stage Plasmodium infection. - Rosemary Aogo (Kirby Institute, UNSW, Sydney)   (New Law School-0-020)
10:50 am A dynamical system model of host-pathogen interaction illustrates the role of the immune system in resilience to infection - Dr. Oliver J Maclaren (University of Auckland)   (New Law School-0-020)
11:10 am Elimination dynamics of intra-hepatic malaria parasites by antigen-specific CD8+ T cells - Harshana Rajakaruna (University of Tennessee)   (New Law School-0-020)
11:30 am Unravelling the within-host dynamics of Group A Streptococcus infection from population-level observations of strain diversity and infection prevalence - Rebecca Chisholm (University of Melbourne)   (New Law School-0-020)
11:50 am Novel predictors of the treatment outcome of Hepatitis B patients treated with entecavir and lamivudine nucleos(t)ide analogues - Dr. Alexey Martyushev (Department of Biology, Faculty of Sciences, Kyushu University, Japan)   (New Law School-0-020)
10:30 am
Interdisciplinary curriculum development at the interface of mathematics, life science, and computing: challenges and progress (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-106)
10:30 am Assessing the “ID” Part of ID-STEM Learning - Lester Caudill (University of Richmond)   (New Law School-1-106)
11:00 am Coding in the classroom - Michael Kelly (Transylvania University)   (New Law School-1-106)
11:30 am Teaching mathematical modelling in ecology: experiences from a new interdisciplinary course - Jennifer Prairie (University of San Diego)   (New Law School-1-106)
12:00 pm Population modelling in an applied calculus class using spreadsheets - Anna Mummert (Marshall University)   (New Law School-1-106)
10:30 am
Internal flows in soft tissue tubes: Evo + Devo + Physio (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-102)
10:30 am Assessing physical control mechanisms in lung branching morphogenesis - Sharon R. Lubkin (North Carolina State University)   (New Law School-1-102)
11:00 am Multiscale modelling of saliva secretion - Prof. James Sneyd (University of Auckland)   (New Law School-1-102)
11:30 am Optimal flow patterns in branching lymphatic vessels - Anne Talkington (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)   (New Law School-1-102)
12:00 pm Uncertainty analysis applied to model peristalsis to understand evolution - Prof. Laura Miller (Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)   (New Law School-1-102)
10:30 am
Mathematical models of cell motility and cancer progression in microenvironment: design, experiments, mathematical framework, and hypothesis test - Hans Othmer (Dr. and Mrs.) Yanjin Kim (Konkuk University) (until 12:00 pm) (New Law School-0-024)
10:30 am From crawlers to swimmers- mathematical and computational problems in cell motility - Prof. Hans Othmer (University of Minnesota)   (New Law School-0-024)
11:00 am Complex Role of NK cells in regulation of OV-Bortezomib therapy - Prof. Yangjin Kim (Konkuk University)   (New Law School-0-024)
11:30 am The metastatic reproduction number - Prof. Thomas Hillen (University of Alberta)   (New Law School-0-024)
10:30 am
Models for chronic immune lesions: Lessons from atherosclerosis and tuberculosis (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-105)
10:30 am Arterial remodelling in atherosclerosis - Prof. Pak-Wing Fok (University of Delaware)   (New Law School-1-105)
11:00 am A multiphase spatial model for HDL-assisted stabilisation of early atherosclerotic plaques - Ishraq Uddin (University of Sydney)   (New Law School-1-105)
11:30 am Modelling tuberculosis granulomas – chronic immune lesions in the lung - Dr. Denise Kirschner (University of Michigan Medical SChool)   (New Law School-1-105)
12:00 pm Coagulation-fragmentation dynamics in macrophage populations - Mr. Hugh Ford (University of Oxford, University of Sydney)   (New Law School-1-105)
10:30 am
Multi-scale modelling of sleep and circadian systems (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-0-026)
10:30 am Modelling the mammalian circadian clock: from molecular mechanism to sleep-wake cycle disorders and jet lag - Prof. Albert Goldbeter (Université LIbre de Bruxelles (ULB))   (New Law School-0-026)
11:00 am Mathematical modelling for pharmacological manipulation of primate’s circadian rhythm and precision medicine for advanced sleep phase disorder - Daewook Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)   (New Law School-0-026)
11:30 am Programming human sleep/wake patterns in the real-world: emergent patterns from simple rules - Dr. Andrew Phillips (Monash University)   (New Law School-0-026)
12:00 pm Physiologically based modelling of circadian dynamics of melatonin and its metabolite aMT6s - Svetlana Postnova (School of Physics, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia; Cooperative Research Centre for Alertness, Safety and Productivity, Melbourne, Australia)   (New Law School-0-026)
10:30 am
Population heterogeneity and disease spread (Mathematical Epidemiology subgroup) (until 12:30 pm) (New Law School-1-101)
10:30 am Metapopulation epidemic model fitted to spatiotemporal spread of rubella in Japan, 2012-13. - Dr. Hiroshi Nishiura (Hokkaido University)   (New Law School-1-101)
11:00 am A general framework to account for unobserved heterogeneity in epidemiology - Gabriela Gomes (Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK, and Centro de Investigação em Biodiversidade e Recursos Genéticos, Universidade do Porto, Portugal)   (New Law School-1-101)
11:30 am Generation intervals in heterogeneous populations - Dr. Jonathan Dushoff (McMaster University)   (New Law School-1-101)
12:00 pm Vector feeding preference annihilates backward bifurcation and reduces endemicity - Dr. Rocio Marilyn Caja Rivera (University of Notre Dame)   (New Law School-1-101)
10:30 am
Unravelling mechanisms underlying reproductive synchrony: from gene to ecosystems (until 12:00 pm) (New Law School-1-100)
10:30 am Mast seeding: puzzles and mathematical opportunities - Dave Kelly (University of Canterbury)   (New Law School-1-100)
11:00 am What drives reproductive synchrony of forest trees? Testing pollen coupling, veto and correlated environmental variation - Michał Bogdziewicz (Adam Mickiewicz University)   (New Law School-1-100)
11:30 am Reproducing reproduction: understanding and modelling masting in European tree species - Prof. Giorgio Vacchiano (Università di Milano)   (New Law School-1-100)
PM
6:00 pm
Welcome Reception (until 8:00 pm) (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
12:30 pm --- Lunch ---
12:30 pm
Mentoring Lunch (until 1:30 pm) (New Law School---- - Foyer)
1:30 pm
Plenary (until 2:30 pm) (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
1:30 pm Transport network designed by current-reinforcement rule - Dr. Toshiyuki Nakagaki (Hokkaido University)   (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
2:30 pm --- Coffee and tea break ---
3:00 pm
Advances in Mathematics of Infectious Diseases (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-1-101)
3:00 pm Global stability of some continuous and nonstandard discretization models for the Ebola virus disease with fast and slow transmissions - Prof. Jean Lubuma (University of Pretoria)   (New Law School-1-101)
3:30 pm Dengue dynamics in Southern Mexico: an approximation to its population dynamics and the role of population movement - Dr. Jorge Velasco-Hernandez (UNAM)   (New Law School-1-101)
3:00 pm
Cancer Heterogeneity, Breast Cancer (until 4:20 pm) (New Law School-0-028)
3:00 pm Optimal control analysis of a mathematical model for breast cancer - Mr. Segun Oke (University of Zululand, South Africa)   (New Law School-0-028)
3:20 pm Mathematical modelling of the immune response to cancer: an individual based approach - Ms. Fiona Macfarlane (University of St Andrews)   (New Law School-0-028)
3:40 pm Evolutionary cancer therapy - Dr. Alexander Anderson (Moffitt Cancer Center)   (New Law School-0-028)
4:00 pm Predicting the response of breast cancer to neoadjuvant chemotherapy with an imaging-driven, mechanics-coupled, reaction-diffusion model accounting for patient-specific therapeutic regimens - Angela M. Jarrett (University of Texas at Austin)   (New Law School-0-028)
3:00 pm
Cellular & membrane processes (until 5:00 pm) (New Law School-1-107)
3:00 pm Topology-dependent density optima for efficient simultaneous network exploration - Daniel Wilson (The University of Oxford)   (New Law School-1-107)
3:20 pm Insights from including the microtubule cytoskeleton in modelling mRNA localization - Veronica Ciocanel (Mathematical Biosciences Institute at The Ohio State University)   (New Law School-1-107)
3:40 pm Interpreting unfolded protein response signalling related cell death in plant cell - Jia Yu   (New Law School-1-107)
4:00 pm Mathematical modelling for autophagosome formation - Yuji Sakai (The University of Tokyo)   (New Law School-1-107)
4:20 pm Mathematical model of contractile ring-driven cytokinesis in a three-dimensional domain - Dr. Seunggyu Lee (National Institute for Mathematical Sciences)   (New Law School-1-107)
3:00 pm
Data-Driven Mechanistic Cancer Models (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-1-104)
3:00 pm Leaky tracer kinetic model to quantify glioma tissue perfusion using dynamic contrast enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (DCE-MRI) - Prativa Sahoo (Mathematical Oncology, Beckman Research Institute, City of Hope)   (New Law School-1-104)
3:30 pm Glioblastoma invasiveness may predict response to therapies with high or low blood brain barrier penetrability - Dr. Susan Christine Massey (Precision Neurotherapeutics Innovation Program, Department of Neurosurgery, Mayo Clinic)   (New Law School-1-104)
3:00 pm
Epidemiology, Bayesian Methods & Data (until 5:00 pm) (New Law School-0-020)
3:00 pm Underlying dynamics of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in 2016-2018 - Dr. Kenji Mizumoto (Georgia State University)   (New Law School-0-020)
3:20 pm Individually based stochastic model of influenza: an analysis of school closure - Masayuki Kakehashi (Hiroshima University)   (New Law School-0-020)
3:40 pm An age-dependent mathematical model and vaccination strategies for 2009 A/H1N1 influenza in the Republic of Korea - Soyoung Kim (Konkuk University)   (New Law School-0-020)
4:00 pm Investigating the dynamics of coupled epidemiological transmission models with application to Group A Streptococcus and Scabies - Michael Lydeamore (The University of Melbourne)   (New Law School-0-020)
4:20 pm SEIVR epidemic model (Susceptible, Exposed, Infected, Vaccinated and Recovered) on the spread of hepatitis B disease - Mr. Bimanto Bayu Bintoro Mr. Yahya Nur Marfuad Mr. Fatkhur Rohim   (New Law School-0-020)
4:40 pm A numerical simulation of an edge-based SEIR model on random networks - Ms. Cherrylyn Alota (University of the Philippines Diliman / University of the Philippines Cebu)   (New Law School-0-020)
3:00 pm
From solitary swimmers to coordinated groups: Modelling motion in fluids at very low Reynolds number (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-1-106)
3:00 pm Fast algorithms for the dense matrices arising from the Method of Regularized Stokeslets - Minghao Rostami (Syracuse University)   (New Law School-1-106)
3:30 pm Exploring the fluid dynamics of collective pulsing behaviour in xeniid corals using the immersed boundary method - Julia Samson (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)   (New Law School-1-106)
3:00 pm
Interdisciplinary approaches in developmental biology (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-0-024)
3:00 pm Collective cell migration in an open channel - Zoltan Neufeld (University of Queensland)   (New Law School-0-024)
3:30 pm Quantifying and modelling epithelial morphogenesis - Dr. Kaoru Sugimura (Kyoto University)   (New Law School-0-024)
3:00 pm
Mathematical and experimental approaches to understand immune response to infection (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-0-026)
3:00 pm Evidence for independent fate competition within B lymphocytes: CD40 signal strength regulates the rate of B cell differentiation to plasmablasts by altering their time to divide only - Prof. Philip Hodgkin (Walter and Eliza Hall Institute)   (New Law School-0-026)
3:30 pm A systems immunology approach to study immune responses against viral infection - Prof. Fabio Luciani (UNSW Sydney)   (New Law School-0-026)
3:00 pm
Multiscale modelling and simulation (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-1-100)
3:00 pm Mechanisms driving 3D self-organisation of eukaryotic genomes: a systems biology approach - Karen Lipkow (University of Cambridge and Babraham Institute)   (New Law School-1-100)
3:30 pm Bimolecular reactions in the cell membrane exhibit switch-like behaviour with respect to diffusivity and molecular reach - Prof. Samuel Isaacson (Boston University)   (New Law School-1-100)
3:00 pm
Population dynamics models with broader ecological, evolutionary, and social feedbacks (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-1-102)
3:00 pm When mismatches don't matter: the dynamical consequences of divergent ecological and economic scales in coastal fisheries - Dr. Michael Bode (School of Mathematical Sciences, Queensland University of Technology)   (New Law School-1-102)
3:30 pm Effects of interplay between direct and indirect effects on diversity of ecological communities - Prof. Toshiyuki Namba (Osaka Prefecture University)   (New Law School-1-102)
3:00 pm
Recent perspectives on mathematical epidemiology (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-1-105)
3:00 pm What is the likely impact of group A Streptococcus vaccines on throat and skin infections across different populations? - Dr. Patricia Campbell (Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity, The University of Melbourne)   (New Law School-1-105)
3:30 pm Climate change and the equine infectious anemia virus epidemic - Mrs. Morenikeji Deborah Akinlotan (Queensland University of Technology)   (New Law School-1-105)
3:00 pm
Signalling, tissues & modelling (until 5:00 pm) (New Law School-0-022)
3:00 pm How feedback mechanisms shape calcium oscillations in Hepatocytes - Mr. Ielyaas Cloete (University of Auckland)   (New Law School-0-022)
3:20 pm Calcium signalling in the sperm head - Julie Simons (California State University Maritime Academy)   (New Law School-0-022)
3:40 pm Stopping waves: geometric analysis of coupled bursters in an asymmetric excitation field - Dr. Iulia Martina Bulai (University of Padova,Italy)   (New Law School-0-022)
4:00 pm Multi-cellular modelling of cellular mechanisms gives insights on the maintenance of epidermal tissue structure - Claire Miller (The University of Melbourne)   (New Law School-0-022)
4:20 pm Thin-film modelling of multiphase collagen gel mechanics - James Reoch (The University of Adelaide)   (New Law School-0-022)
4:40 pm Inducing chondrogenesis in layered tissue engineering constructs with exogenous TGF-β - Mike Chen (University of Adelaide)   (New Law School-0-022)
4:00 pm
Mutualism (until 5:00 pm) (New Law School-1-102)
4:00 pm The complex effect of the evolutionary rates on generalized mutualistic communities - Mr. Shota Shibasaki (Department of General Systems Studies, the University of Tokyo)   (New Law School-1-102)
4:20 pm The coevolution of transitive inference and memory capacity in the hawk-dove game - Mr. Kazuto Doi (Department of Innovation Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology)   (New Law School-1-102)
4:40 pm Division of labour in social insects: ecologies can drive modes of specialisation - Bernd Meyer (Monash University)   (New Law School-1-102)
6:00 pm
Poster Session (until 8:00 pm) (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
6:00 pm Mathematical dynamics of clustered ventilation defects in asthmatics - Mr. Austin Ibarra (University of Auckland)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
6:15 pm Understanding the influence of tick co-aggregation on R0 for tick-borne pathogens - Simon Johnstone-Robertson (RMIT)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
6:30 pm Optimal control rabies model between dogs and human with vaccination and sterilization in dogs. - Mrs. Eti Dwi Wiraningsih (Jakarta State University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
6:45 pm Integrative compartmental model of carnitine and its derivatives - Ms. Valentina Fermanelli (Department of Mathematical Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:00 pm Control of the cardiorespiratory system: challenges and opportunities - Dr. Alona Ben-Tal (Massey University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:15 pm A model for epidemic dynamics in a community with visitor subpopulation - Mr. Emmanuel Dansu (Research Center for Pure and Applied Mathematics, Graduate School of Information Sciences, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:30 pm Geometric analysis of synchronization in neuronal networks with global inhibition and coupling delays - Dr. Hwayeon Ryu (University of Hartford)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm A common theory for proportion regulation in animals - Mayuko Iwamoto (Shimane University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm A comparison of models of the glucose-insulin regulatory system for applications in circadian research - Ethan Ryan (School of Physics, The University of Sydney)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm A computational simulation of vascular deformation when subject to internally and externally applied forces - Ms. Jessica Crawshaw (The University of Melbourne)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm A deficiency-one algorithm for power-law kinetic systems with reactant-determined interactions - Noel Fortun (De La Salle University-Manila, Philippines)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm A geometric model to explore multiple macroecological patterns across scales - Dr. Nao Takashina (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm A mathematical model for the effect of domestic animals on the basic reproduction number of Human African Trypanosomiasis (Sleeping Sickness) - Mr. Sagi Shaier (Kennesaw State University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm A mathematical model for tuberculosis improper treatment; a case of MDR-TB and XDR-TB - Dr. Maman Fathurrohman (Universitas Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm A model of calcium dynamics in anatomically accurate parotid acinar cells - Nathan Pages   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm A multi-layered screening model for computational identification of leaf colour-related genes in rice plant - Chang-Kug Kim   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm A multiscale PDE model of hepatitis C virus infection formulated to ODE model - Mr. Kitagawa Kosaku (Graduate School of Systems Life Sciences, Kyushu University, Japan.)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm A subnetwork-based approach for studying concentration robustness - Mr. Alvaro Fletcher   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Adaptive life-history and eigenfunctions in structured population models - Ryo Oizumi (National Institute of Population and Social Security Research)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Adaptive regulation of nitrate transceptor NRT1.1 in fluctuating soil nitrate conditions - Mr. Mubasher Rather (Central University of Rajasthan)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Agent-based modelling of higher order chemical reactions using Smoluchowski kinetics - James Cavallo (Monash University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm An approach and tools for research reproducibility across computational biology - Dr. Daniel G Hurley (Systems Biology Laboratory, University of Melbourne)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm An optimal impulse control problem in anti-cancer therapeutic strategies - Naïma El Farouq   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Analysis and simulation of a mathematical model for rabies transmission in the Philippines - Dr. May Anne Mata (University of the Philippines Mindanao)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Analysis of effects of vector preference on the transmission of insect-borne plant diseases - Sungchan Kim (Pusan National University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Beyond the knock-out: float through the cytosol, sting like p53 - Elizabeth Fedak (University of Utah)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Bifurcation analysis of cervical cancer mathematical modelling - Dr. Tri Sri Noor Asih (Universitas Negeri Semarang)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Bifurcation analysis of an epizootiological model of avian malaria - Mr. Kyle Dahlin (Purdue University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Bond graph modelling of the cardiac action potential - Mr. Michael Pan (University of Melbourne)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Can we future-proof phylogenetic consensus trees? - Prof. Andrew Francis (Western Sydney University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Comparative physiological energetics of three commercial tuna species - Prof. Marko Jusup (Tokyo Institute of Technology)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Comparing age- and stage-structured matrix models for declining species: case study with marine mammals - Lia Hemerik (Wageningen University and Research)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Competition leads to unintuitive effects in intracellular signaling pathways - Chetan Gadgil   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Construction of quasi-potential landscapes using the Sum-of-Squares optimisation - Dr. Rowan Brackston (Imperial College London)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Data analysis of single-HSC transplantation. - Shoya Iwanami (Kyushu University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Differential priming and tolerance of monocytes challenged with external stimuli - Dr. Stanca Ciupe   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Dispersal heterogeniety and the spreading speeds of marine invasions. - Prof. James Watmough (University of New Brunswick)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Distinguishing cell shoving mechanisms - Prof. Barry Hughes (University of Melbourne)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Does ‘pregnancy timing’ relate to health cost? Acute effects of air pollution on respiratory illness of newborns in New Delhi. - Dr. Sayan Chakrabarty (IRR, USQ) Prof. Michael Blumenstein (Head of School, Software in the Faculty of Engineering & IT at UTS) Mrs. Arpita Chakraborty (Griffith University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Dynamic model predicting overweight and obesity in Korean adolescents - Prof. Chunyoung Oh (Chonnam National University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Dynamical patterns in brain parenchyma : modelling approach and Issues - Prof. Dmitry Postnov (Saratov State University, Russia)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Dynamical system of HIV infections among female sexual workers and injecting drug users with treatment and prevention - Ms. Rafiqah Setiawaty (Bogor Agricultural University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Dynamics of cooperation in temporally varying environments - Rebecca Terry (University of Utah)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Effects of different discretisations of the Laplacian in stochastic simulations - Mr. Bartosz Bartmanski (University of Oxford)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Effects of population size and social connectedness on cumulative cultural evolution: A gene-culture coevolutionary model - Yutaka Kobayashi (Kochi University of Technology)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Effects of the physiological parameter evolution on the dynamics of tonic-clonic seizure - Farah Deeba (Ph. D. Candidate)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Elasticity analysis of random matrices in matrix population models - Prof. Takenori Takada (Hokkaido University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Error-correcting DNA barcodes for high-throughput sequencing - John Hawkins (Institute for Computational Engineering and Science, Department of Molecular Biosciences, and Institute for Cellular and Molecular Biology, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX 78712, USA)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Estimation of model parameters used to predict treatment response in breast cancer from dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI data using novel mathematical software - David Ekrut (University of Texas at Austin)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Extended logistic growth model for heterogeneous populations - Dr. Wang Jin (School of Mathematical Sciences, Queensland University of Technology)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Feedback control of epidemic models using Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equation - Yoon-gu Hwang (Yonsei University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Fixation probabilities of mixed-strategies for bimatrix games in finite populations - Takuya Sekiguchi (RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Genomic and immune features of anti-PD-1 response in diverse solid tumours - Ping Ye   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm How do the dynamics of carbon and nitrogen allocation impact plant growth? - Ms. Bethany Holland (University of Sheffield)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Hybrid agent-based library - Rafael Bravo (Integrated Mathematical Oncology Department, Moffitt Cancer Center)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Identifiability analysis in enzyme kinetics using profile likelihood - Mr. Rejo Anto Britto (University of Auckland)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Identification of regulatory enhancer regions - Mr. Dominic Maderazo (The University of Melbourne)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Influence of receptor recharge on the statistics of captured particles - Mr. Gregory Handy (University of Utah)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Influencers in ant colonies revealed by temporal network analysis - Dr. Masato Abe (Riken AIP)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Male mating strategies and primate monogamy - Danya Rose (University of Sydney)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Marriage decision-making models based on male’s willingness to cooperate on housework and childcare - Manon Morita (Nara Women's University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Mass depending maze exploration strategy for true slime mold - Dr. Kentaro Ito (Department of Frontier Bioscience, Hosei University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Mathematical model for the effects of Aβ on calcium signalling - Joe Latulippe (Norwich University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Mathematical modelling of bacterial growth at different scales: numerical simulations and laboratory experiments - Mr. David Landa Marbán (University of Bergen)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Mathematical modelling of cancer cell morphological and phenotypic plasticity in response to the extracellular matrix - Ms. Vlada Rozova (Macquarie University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Mathematical modelling of cytosolic liquid-liquid phase separation - Dr. Kelsey Gasior (University of North Carolina)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Mathematical modelling of tissue growth in a spatially-varying permeability tissue engineering scaffold - Dr. Daniel Fong (United States Merchant Marine Academy)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Mathematical models to predict clinically relevant events in cancer patients - Dr. Jeremy Mason (University of Southern California)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Menopause with a cause: The evolution of monogamy in response to female fertility loss - Viney Kumar (University of Sydney) Katrina Milliner (University of Sydney)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Model of Chagas disease transmission - Mr. Dayat Hidayat (Institut Teknologi Bandung)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Model-based assessment of gene drive strategies to control pest populations in agricultural systems - Dr. Mathieu Legros (CSIRO)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Modelling and characterizing the folding patterns of the human brain - Prof. Monica Hurdal (Florida State University, Department of Mathematics)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Modelling and optimal policy for decreasing Japanese empty homes, Akiya, due to an aging society - Masaaki Nomata (Hiroshima University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Modelling antibiotic resistance in pneumococci - Adnan Khan (Lahore University of Management Sciences)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Modelling of a moving net observed in a plant endoplasmic reticulum - Dr. Akiko Nakamasu (Kumamoto University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Modelling of intracellular calcium responses in the presence of dynamic stimuli - Dr. Agne Tilunaite (Systems Biology Laboratory, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Melbourne, Parkville, AU; Centre for Mathematical Medicine and Biology, School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Modelling saliva secretion - Mr. Elias Siguenza (University of Auckland)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Modelling the role of a sustained chloride current in rod bipolar cell sensitization - Amanda Travis (University of Michigan)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Models for the spread of $\textit{Wolbachia}$ in mosquito populations - Sarah Belet (Monash University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Multi-scale and multi-compartment modelling provides insight to vaccination dynamics in Tuberculosis - Mr. Louis Joslyn (Bioinformatics Graduate Program, University of Michigan Medical School)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Network inference of circadian clock - Seokjoo Chae (Department of Mathematical Sciences, KAIST)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm On mathematical standard structure of a binary digit of memory in a cell and its application to biological or life science phenomena - Prof. Isamu Ohnishi (Hiroshima University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Optimal amplitude and frequency of breathing - Mr. Faheem Zaidi (Institute of Natural and Mathematical Sciences, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Phenotypic and genotypic competition models on lattice space - Kazunori Sato (Shizuoka University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Polarity-dependent folding of epithelial cell sheets in three dimensions - Dr. Fu-Lai Wen (RIKEN)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Predator-prey interactions in wastewater treatment plants - Dr. Mark Nelson (University of Wollongong)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Predicting ecosystem responses to species eradications and reintroductions: an uncertain future? - Dr. Matthew Adams (The University of Queensland)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Putting your money where your mouth is: the economics of stomatal development. - Ms. Rachel Denley Bowers (University of Sheffield)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Ranking dose-normalized antiviral effect of drug combination treatments against hepatitis C virus - Ms. Yukino Ikoma (Kyushu University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Reconstruction of the complex trajectories of cell developments based on single-cell RNAseq data - Dr. Lin Wan   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Regression of tumour cells in breast cancer administrating chemotherapy using MTD and metronomic techniques - Fatemeh Ansarizadeh   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Relating explicit spatial structure in population connectivity with biodiversity - Ms. Yuka Suzuki (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Resolving the complexity of ecological networks - Mr. Caner Kazanci (University of Georgia)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Sex differences in hepatic one-carbon metabolism - Farrah Sadre-Marandi (Mathematical Biosciences Institute)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Simulation study to obtain biological circadian clocks that have a feature of predicting future - Dr. Motohide Seki (Faculty of Design, Kyushu University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Single cohort vaccination can be cost-effective. Paradox in HPV mitigation model for Moldova. - Andrzej Jarynowski (Interdisciplinary Research Institute in Wroclaw)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Stability analysis of a mathematical model with distributed delay - Mrs. Zenab Alrikaby   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm State estimators for a class of epidemiological systems - Max Souza (Universidade Federal Fluminense)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Stationary fronts in competition-diffusion models in randomly fluctuating environments - Mr. Merlin Christopher Köhnke (Osnabrück University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Stochastic models and artificial intelligence in microbiology and infectious diseases - Tatiana T. Marquez-Lago (University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Medicine)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Stochastic models of cell invasion with fluorescent cell cycle indicators - Matthew Simpson (Queensland University of Technology)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Stochastic-Spatio-temporal lattice (SSTL) Models of tree infestation - Dr. James Smith (University of Leeds) John Holden (Newcastle University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm The analysis of the effect of cell dynamics on Delta-Notch interaction during retina vasculature development - Mr. Toshiki Oguma (Kyushu University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm The effect of environmental variability and periodic fluctuations on disease outbreaks in stochastic epidemic models - Kaniz Fatema Nipa (Texas Tech University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm The influence of molecular reach and diffusivity on the effectiveness of membrane-confined reactions - Dr. Ying Zhang (Boston University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm The interplay between feedback and buffering in cellular homeostasis - Edward Hancock   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm The response of net primary production to future climate change and CO2 under RCP4.5 in China - Dr. Guodong Sun   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm The role of cytoplasmic proteins on cell polarity formation of asymmetric cell division - Tomohiro Nakahara (Hiroshima University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm The role of neutrophils in $\textit{Mycobacterium tuberculosis}$ infection - Dr. Caitlin Hult (Microbiology and Immunology, University of Michigan Medical School)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Topological analysis of the three dimensional structure of antibody - Ms. Haru Negami (The University of Tokyo)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Tracking the dynamics of multiple granulomas during infection with $\textit{Mycobacterium Tuberculosis}$ - Timothy Wessler (University of Michigan)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Transition between reaction-controlled and diffusion-controlled regimes in stochastic reaction diffusion systems - Prof. André Leier (University of Alabama at Birmingham)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Transport of intermediate filaments in cells - Stéphanie Portet (University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba (Canada))   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Uncertainty quantification of HIV dynamics using hierarchical models - Yunjeong Lee (Yonsei University, Republic of Korea)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Use of data assimilation to infer the effects of sink strength on plant carbon balance processes - Kashif Mahmud (Western Sydney University)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm Validating a mathematical model of brain tumour growth with the apparent diffusion coefficient - Dr. Pamela R. Jackson (Precision Neurotherapeutics Innovation Program, Department of Neurosurgery, Mayo Clinic)   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
7:45 pm What sort of interspecific interactions leads to deviation from a neutral community? - Prof. Hisashi Ohtsuki   (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
12:30 pm --- Lunch ---
12:30 pm
Women's lunch (until 2:00 pm) (Holme Building---- - The Refectory)
1:30 pm --- Free afternoon ---
12:30 pm
JSMB Annual Meeting (until 1:30 pm) (New Law School-1-102)
12:30 pm --- Lunch ---
12:30 pm
SMB Annual Meeting (until 1:30 pm) (New Law School-1-106)
1:30 pm
Plenary (until 2:30 pm) (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
1:30 pm How mathematics can be used in nature conservation - Hugh Possingham (The Nature Conservancy)   (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
2:30 pm --- Coffee and tea break ---
3:00 pm
Ecology, food webs, coexistence (until 5:00 pm) (New Law School-0-022)
3:00 pm Ecotoxicological dynamics subject to stoichiometric constraints - Md Nazmul Hassan (Texas Tech University)   (New Law School-0-022)
3:20 pm Host- vs diet-derived nutrient balance, and carbon vs nitrogen limitation, determines the effect of dietary intervention on the microbiome. - Dr. Mark Read (University of Sydney)   (New Law School-0-022)
3:40 pm Rural poverty: a dynamical, ecological and economic perspective - Calistus Ngonghala (University of Florida)   (New Law School-0-022)
4:00 pm Adaptive partner recruitment by hosts can help maintain a diversity in mutualistic systems - Hideo Ezoe (Osaka Prefecture University)   (New Law School-0-022)
4:20 pm The importance of immigration over niche effects in maintaining island biodiversity - Dr. Tak Fung (National University of Singapore)   (New Law School-0-022)
4:40 pm To remain in the natal stream or migrate to the ocean-density-dependent growth of juvenile salmonids could lead to fluctuating populations and evolutionary bistability - Junnosuke Horita (Kyushu university)   (New Law School-0-022)
3:00 pm
In-host, cell cycle & differentiation (until 5:00 pm) (New Law School-0-020)
3:00 pm Quantitative assessment of the dynamics of soluble form of DNAM-1 (CD226) in human serum explains the mechanism of acute Graft Versus Host Disease (GVHD). - Mr. Yuki Goshima (University of Tsukuba, Department of school of medicine.)   (New Law School-0-020)
3:20 pm A transcriptional regulatory network of cell type specific gene expression in hematopoiesis - Jun Nakabayashi (Yokohama-city University)   (New Law School-0-020)
3:40 pm Modelling of robust genetic switch with a single input, based on a serine integrase-controlled toggle switch - Dr. Alexandra Pokhilko (University of Glasgow)   (New Law School-0-020)
4:00 pm Continuum mathematical models for cell migration incorporating cell cycle dynamics - Mr. Sean Vittadello (Queensland University of Technology)   (New Law School-0-020)
4:20 pm Modelling cell proliferation times - Catherine Penington (Macquarie University)   (New Law School-0-020)
3:00 pm
Mathematical Modelling of malaria: Dynamics within-host and between-hosts (until 5:00 pm) (New Law School-1-104)
3:00 pm Optimal control and temperature variations of malaria transmission dynamics - Dr. Folashade Agusto (University of Kansas)   (New Law School-1-104)
3:30 pm New mathematical models for artemisinin-induced parasite killing and growth retardation in blood-stage $\textit{Plasmodium falciparum}$ - James McCaw (University of Melbourne)   (New Law School-1-104)
4:00 pm Analysis of high-frequency telemetry data using machine learning enables differentiation of stages of $\textit{Plasmodium knowlesi}$ infections in non-human primates - Mr. Zerotti Woods (The University of Georgia)   (New Law School-1-104)
4:30 pm Intermittent preventive treatment and the spread of drug resistant malaria parasites - Olivia Prosper (University of Kentucky)   (New Law School-1-104)
3:00 pm
Modelling immune interactions with disease (until 5:00 pm) (New Law School-0-024)
3:00 pm Tumour-immune cells interaction shapes tumour morphology: evolutionary process drives mutations for emerging hallmarks - Ms. Elena Piretto (Politecnico di Torino)   (New Law School-0-024)
3:30 pm Dynamics of HIV-1 coinfection under different susceptible target cell populations during cell-free infection in cell culture - Mr. Yusuke Ito (Department of Biology, Faculty of Sciences, Kyushu University, Fukuoka 819-0395, Japan)   (New Law School-0-024)
4:00 pm The role of Natural Killer cells in the development of a primary tumour mass and metastasis formation - Ms. Victoria Gershuny (University of Arizona)   (New Law School-0-024)
4:30 pm Understanding the dynamics of reactivation from latency in macaques infected with tagged simian immunodeficiency virus - Dr. Mykola Pinkevych (University of New South Wales Sydney)   (New Law School-0-024)
3:00 pm
Modelling of dynamic cellular and sub-cellular systems (until 5:00 pm) (New Law School-0-026)
3:00 pm A mathematical analysis of aerobic glycolysis triggered by glucose uptake in cones - Dr. Erika Camacho (Arizona State University)   (New Law School-0-026)
3:30 pm Parameter estimation for modelling intermittent androgen suppression therapy in prostate cancer patients - Dr. Rebecca Everett (Haverford College)   (New Law School-0-026)
4:00 pm Optimal control in a pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics model of doripenum - Dr. Stephen Wirkus (Arizona State University)   (New Law School-0-026)
4:30 pm Optimal control of MANF to prevent apoptosis in Retinitis Pigmentosa - Dr. Luis Melara (Shippensburg University)   (New Law School-0-026)
3:00 pm
Modelling the Neuromechanics of Swimming, Flying, and Pumping Systems (until 5:00 pm) (New Law School-1-100)
3:00 pm The emergence of neuromechanical resonance in jellyfish locomotion - Alexander Hoover (Tulane University)   (New Law School-1-100)
3:30 pm Effects of mechanosensory feedback on swimming behaviour and stability of a flexible body - Christina Hamlet (Bucknell University)   (New Law School-1-100)
4:00 pm No flows in vein: blood, oxygen, and pumping - oh my! - Dr. Nick Battista (The College of New Jersey)   (New Law School-1-100)
4:30 pm Tiny insects clap and fling with flexible wings - Michael Senter (University of North Carolina)   (New Law School-1-100)
3:00 pm
Multistrain models & resistance (until 5:00 pm) (New Law School-0-028)
3:00 pm Evolution of host defence in response to fluctuating environments: a theoretical and experimental study - Charlotte Ferris (University of Sheffield, UK)   (New Law School-0-028)
3:20 pm Administration of defective virus via bang-bang control stops dengue transmission from a calibrated population of infectious patients - Tarunendu Mapder (ARC CoE for Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers, School of Mathematical Sciences, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia)   (New Law School-0-028)
3:40 pm Ecological and evolutionary dynamics of multi-strain, drug-resistant systems - Michael Meehan (Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine - James Cook University)   (New Law School-0-028)
4:00 pm A general stochastic model for evolutionary dynamics of communicable diseases - Robert Cope (The University of Adelaide)   (New Law School-0-028)
4:20 pm A unified stochastic modelling framework for the spread of nosocomial infections - Dr. Martin Lopez-Garcia (University of Leeds)   (New Law School-0-028)
4:40 pm Modelling the spread of antimicrobial resistance in hospital - Dr. Mochamad Apri (Dept. of Mathematics, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia)   (New Law School-0-028)
3:00 pm
Positive Equilibria of Reaction Network Models (until 5:00 pm) (New Law School-1-101)
3:00 pm A deficiency zero theorem for a class of power law kinetic systems with independent decompositions - Angelyn Lao (De La Salle University)   (New Law School-1-101)
3:30 pm Positive equilibria of weakly reversible power law kinetic systems with linear independent interactions - Dr. Editha Jose (University of the Philippines Los Banos)   (New Law School-1-101)
4:00 pm Rational steady state parametrizations for biochemical reaction systems - Dr. Matthew Johnston (San Jose State University)   (New Law School-1-101)
4:30 pm Multistationarity in biochemical reaction networks’ models - Maya Mincheva (Northern Illinois University)   (New Law School-1-101)
3:00 pm
Recent progress in evolutionary theory: Coevolution, diversity, and networks (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-1-105)
3:00 pm $R_0$ centrality in metapopulation networks: finding the epidemiological and evolutionary hotspots - Prof. Akira Sasaki (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies (SOKENDAI))   (New Law School-1-105)
3:30 pm Mutualistic network maximizing species abundance under exploitative competition - Prof. Deok-Sun Lee (Inha University)   (New Law School-1-105)
3:00 pm
Reproduction Numbers (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-1-102)
3:00 pm Estimating the basic reproduction number at the beginning of an outbreak - Ms. Sawitree Boonpatcharanon (York University)   (New Law School-1-102)
3:30 pm Ecological stability, epidemiological stability and reservoirs of infection - Prof. Mick Roberts (Institute of Natural and Mathematical Sciences, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand)   (New Law School-1-102)
3:00 pm
Transport Phenomena in Biological Processes (until 5:00 pm) (New Law School-1-106)
3:00 pm Modelling transport in the placenta: scaling models to simulate organ level function - Alys Clark (University of Auckland)   (New Law School-1-106)
3:30 pm Visualising mitochondrial networks in a beating heart cell - Adarsh Kumbhari (University of Sydney)   (New Law School-1-106)
4:00 pm A mathematical model of digestion in the colon - Arun Moorthy (National Institute of Standards and Technology)   (New Law School-1-106)
4:30 pm Transport phenomena in field effect transistors - Ryan Evans (Applied and Computational Mathematics Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology)   (New Law School-1-106)
4:00 pm
Cancer & Macrophage Recruitment (until 5:00 pm) (New Law School-1-107)
4:00 pm Temporal dynamics of macrophages plasticity in the bone microenvironment - Etienne Baratchart (Integrated Mathematical Oncology Dept, H Lee Moffitt Cancer Center)   (New Law School-1-107)
4:20 pm Agent-based modelling demonstrates the impact of localised tumour cell proliferation and death on macrophage infiltration - Mr. Joshua Bull (University of Oxford)   (New Law School-1-107)
4:40 pm Investigating the role of iron in cancer progression via a multiscale computational model - Dr. Reinhard Laubenbacher (UConn Health)   (New Law School-1-107)
4:20 pm
Education (until 5:00 pm) (New Law School-1-102)
4:20 pm Quantitative modelling by biology undergraduate students - Dr. Robert Mayes (Georgia Southern University)   (New Law School-1-102)
4:40 pm Strong inference in mathematical modelling: a new twist to an old idea - Vitaly Ganusov (University of Tennessee)   (New Law School-1-102)
6:00 pm
Conference Dinner (until 8:30 pm) ()
12:30 pm
Education Subgroup Lunch and Panel on Assessment of Interdisciplinary Thinking (until 1:30 pm) (New Law School---- - Foyer)
12:30 pm SMB Education Subgroup Business Meeting Lunch and Panel on Assessment of Interdisciplinary Thinking - Carrie Diaz Eaton (Bates College, USA) Robert Mayes (Georgia Southern University)   (New Law School---- - Foyer)
12:30 pm --- Lunch ---
1:30 pm
Plenary (until 2:30 pm) (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
1:30 pm The mathematics of wound healing - Dr. Jennifer Flegg (University of Melbourne)   (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
2:30 pm --- Coffee and tea break ---
3:00 pm
Cell motility & wound healing (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-0-020)
3:00 pm Mathematical and experimental models for wound closure in two dimensional “sticker” assays - Prof. Scott McCue (Queensland University of Technology)   (New Law School-0-020)
3:20 pm Mathematical modelling of the healing of venous leg ulcers - Sontosh Kumar Sahani (The University of Melbourne)   (New Law School-0-020)
3:00 pm
Competition, coexistence, mutualism (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-1-105)
3:00 pm Evolution and maintenance of mutualism between tubeworms and sulfur-oxidizing bacteria - Masato Sato (SOKENDAI)   (New Law School-1-105)
3:20 pm Quantifying the value of monitoring species in multi-species, multi-threat systems - Dr. Payal Bal (University of Melbourne)   (New Law School-1-105)
3:40 pm The coexistence and its sustainability in Batesian mimicry - Hayato Kato (Hokkaido University)   (New Law School-1-105)
3:00 pm
Feasibility and stability properties of complex ecological networks: New perspectives (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-1-104)
3:00 pm A mechanism for metacommunity-scale biodiversity regulation - Mr. Jacob Dinner O'Sullivan (Queen Mary University of London)   (New Law School-1-104)
3:30 pm When Google meets Lotka-Volterra - Prof. Lewi Stone (RMIT/Tel Aviv University)   (New Law School-1-104)
3:00 pm
Fluids & Blood (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-0-022)
3:00 pm A model of vascular refilling with inflammation - Dr. Victoria May Paguio (Institute of Mathematics, University of the Philippines)   (New Law School-0-022)
3:20 pm Exploring differential regulation of blood clot degradation - Brittany Bannish (University of Central Oklahoma)   (New Law School-0-022)
3:40 pm Modelling the Endothelial Glycocalyx layer in the microcirculation using homogenisation - Mr. Tet Chuan Lee (University of Auckland)   (New Law School-0-022)
3:00 pm
HIV (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-1-107)
3:00 pm Staged HIV transmission and treatment in a dynamic model with concurrency - Katharine Gurski (Howard University)   (New Law School-1-107)
3:20 pm Studying the effect of pre-exposure prophylaxis on the dynamics of different populations susceptible to HIV - Renee Dale (Louisiana State University)   (New Law School-1-107)
3:40 pm Contribution of mass incarceration to HIV and optimal control of SIR model - Prof. Hem Joshi (Xavier University)   (New Law School-1-107)
3:00 pm
Interdisciplinary curriculum development at the interface of mathematics, life science, and computing: challenges and progress (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-1-106)
3:00 pm Modelling with data in an introductory numerical methods course - Celestine Woodruff (James Madison University)   (New Law School-1-106)
3:30 pm Zombies, foxes and murder: experiences in learning and teaching quantitative biology using technology - Shelby Scott (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)   (New Law School-1-106)
3:00 pm
Mathematical models of cell motility and cancer progression in microenvironment: design, experiments, mathematical framework, and hypothesis test - Yangjin Kim (Konkuk University) Hans Othmer (Dr. and Mrs.) (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-0-024)
3:00 pm Local and systemic consequences of radiation - Dr. Heiko Enderling (Moffitt Cancer Center)   (New Law School-0-024)
3:30 pm How the extracellular matrix promotes the growth of ovarian cancer - Pantea Pooladvand (University of Sydney)   (New Law School-0-024)
3:00 pm
Multi-scale modelling of sleep and circadian systems (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-0-026)
3:00 pm Predicting the regulation of circadian rhythms by RNA methylation - Dr. Gen Kurosawa (Theoretical Biology Laboratory, RIKEN, and CREST, JST, Japan)   (New Law School-0-026)
3:30 pm Dead zone formation by negative feedback loops in the circadian clocks - Koichiro Uriu (Kanazawa University)   (New Law School-0-026)
3:00 pm
Population heterogeneity and disease spread (Mathematical Epidemiology subgroup) (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-1-101)
3:00 pm Mathematical models of virus infections - Jesse M. Kreger (University of California, Irvine)   (New Law School-1-101)
3:30 pm Modelling Human African Trypanosomiasis and the effects of domestic animals on transmission - Meghan Burke (Kennesaw State University)   (New Law School-1-101)
3:00 pm
Reaction networks & Stochasticity (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-1-102)
3:00 pm Efficient adaptive uniformisation for the analysis of biochemical reaction networks - Casper Beentjes (University of Oxford)   (New Law School-1-102)
3:20 pm Variance reduction approaches to efficient simulation of biochemical reaction network models - Prof. Ruth Baker (University of Oxford)   (New Law School-1-102)
3:40 pm Reflected diffusions and (bio)chemical reaction networks - Prof. Ruth Williams (University of California, San Diego)   (New Law School-1-102)
3:00 pm
Tuberculosis (until 3:40 pm) (New Law School-0-028)
3:00 pm Role of household size and community structure on the spread of tuberculosis - Julien Arino (University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba (Canada))   (New Law School-0-028)
3:20 pm Dynamical models of tuberculosis transmission and optimal treatment strategies in the Republic of Korea and Philippines - Eunok Jung (Konkuk University)   (New Law School-0-028)
3:00 pm
Unravelling mechanisms underlying reproductive synchrony: from gene to ecosystems (until 4:00 pm) (New Law School-1-100)
3:00 pm The evolution of a geographic cline in flowering time in bamboos - Yuuya Tachiki (University of Sheffield)   (New Law School-1-100)
3:30 pm Unravelling molecular basis of masting from transcriptome analysis and mathematical modelling - Dr. Akiko Satake (Department of Biology, Fuculty of Science, Kyushu University, Japan)   (New Law School-1-100)
4:00 pm
Plenary (until 5:00 pm) (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
4:00 pm What do spider monkeys, Peruvian fishing boats and sulking albatross have in common? - Alex James (University of Canterbury)   (----- - Eastern Avenue Auditorium)
5:00 pm
Closing and Prizes (until 5:30 pm) ()
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