Mathematics Colloquium: Generating Non-intuitive Insight at the Intersection of Math Biology
4:10 p.m. Neill Hall 5W
Mathematical models have become essential tools in the increasingly quantitative world of biology. In some cases, mathematics can reveal patterns in pre-existing static biological data. In other cases, mathematical models can interact dynamically with experimental biology by providing insight into observed phenomena as well as generating novel and non-intuitive hypotheses to motivate experimental design. In this talk, I will present my recent work in both of these realms of mathematical biology.