Modeling biology: minicourse on multiscale analysis and mechanistic modeling of biological systems
May 15th to May 26th, 2023
Virginia Tech and community college undergraduate students welcome!
- Cell cycle
- Circadian cycle
- Image analysis
- Data analysis
- Computational modeling
- Modeling the spread of disease
- Interact with Virginia Tech faculty, establishing connections for potential future research.
- Find out how the different research areas under biological systems modeling align with their own interests.
- Gain hands-on experience with several cutting-edge computational and biological research techniques.
- Develop confidence in their ability to understand and participate in scientific research.
- There will be a morning and an afternoon session (~3 hours each) each day, Monday – Friday.
- All sessions will be held in Steger Hall at Virginia Tech.
- There will be a combination of lectures and hands-on activities.
- Lunch and breakfast items will be provided each day.
- Lodging will not be provided; the course is meant for local students or students who have housing through the end of May.
Confirmed Participating Faculty:
- Frank Aylward
- Anand Banerjee
- Anne Brown
- Young Cao
- Jing Chen
- Daniela Cimini
- Daniel Cortes
- Silke Hauf
- Shihoko Kojima
- Pavel Kraikivski
- Omar Saucedo
Application deadline: April 21, 2023