BIOREME (integrating data-driven BIOphysical modelling into REspiratory MEdicine) is an EPSRC-funded network of researchers, industry and patient representatives at the interface of mathematical modelling and respiratory medicine. Find out more at bioreme.net or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The network are hosting a Research Sandpit on structure and function in airways disease. This sandpit will bring together academic, clinical, industry and experts to explore the challenges and opportunities around the role of biophysical modelling in the understanding and treatment of airways diseases. Attendees will be eligible to apply for pump-prime funding (up to £10,000) to support project proposals generated at the event.
When and where
Session 1 (online): 2 – 5pm, 21st Sept
Session 2 (in-person) 9.30 – 5pm, 26th Sept, Imperial College London
To prime discussion, the event will start with research talks from academic and clinical experts around two focus areas:
1. Multi-scale airways disease
Professor Salman Siddiqui, Imperial College London
Professor Bindi Brook, University of Nottingham
Professor Clare Lloyd, Imperial College London
2. Structure/function and personalised medicine
Professor Alex Horsley, University of Manchester
Professor Chantal Darquenne, University of California, San Diego
Who can participate?
We encourage a diverse range of expertise to attend including academic, industry, clinical and charity groups with expertise in mathematics, data science, imaging, biological sciences, engineering, as well as medical experts.
Sign up here: bit.ly/Sandpit2023 by 28th July
We would like to draw your attention to our Workshop "Advanced School on Quantitative Principles in Microbial Physiology: from Single Cells to Cell Communities".
The workshop will be held at the International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) in Trieste, Italy, during the first two weeks of October 2023. Main topics will be cellular resource allocation and cell communities.
The workshop is an in-person meeting (not hybrid) - it is possible to participate one of the two weeks, or both.
Participation is free.
The Deadline for applications is May 31, 2023.
For more information, please see the course website https://indico.ictp.it/event/10213
Please forward this announcement to colleagues or students interested in the topic.
Wolfram Liebermeister and Valentina Baldazzi, on behalf of the organizers
The workshop Mathematical Challenges in Modelling Cancer Dynamics (MC2D) will take place on October 11-13, 2023, at Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions, Sorbonne Université, Paris.
This workshop, consisting of 4 sessions, aims to address the diverse mathematical challenges arising from mathematical modelling of cancer dynamics, from the analytical and numerical study of these models, to their application and validation with real data, thanks to the interventions of 12 speakers among young and more affirmed researchers.
Registration is open (until October 2nd) and free. Please find useful information at the following webpage: https://mc2d.sciencesconf.org.
For any further information, feel free to contact us.
Please do not hesitate to forward this announcement to your colleagues and all young researchers that could be interested.
We are pleased to invite you to participate in the 2023 AUA Academic Workshop DDEs-AIIDs. Our goal is to bring together mathematicians and life science scholars at AUA universities, as well as outside of AUA universities, to meet, share, and discuss research interested in mathematical modeling with delay differential equations and their applications to immunology and infectious diseases. There will be a round table discussion on open problems and questions in the context of infectious diseases, cancer, and chronic diseases, as well as future directions in multidisciplinary research.
Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:
DDEs mathematical analysis and biological interpretation.
Models of host-pathogen interactions
Models of cancer immune response
Models of immunological regulation
Therapy and vaccination models
Models of multiscale immunoepidemiology
Optimal control with therapy
Immune response, signaling pathways, and regulatory networks
This Workshop will present new theoretical and numerical methods, enhance interdisciplinary interaction between mathematics and life sciences, and stimulate collaborations in immunobiological modeling.
The scientific program of the workshop will consist of 50-minute plenary lectures, 30-minute invited lectures and 20-minute contributed talks.
The participants of AUA universities are exempt from registration fees and will be provided with accommodation and internal transportation.
We are pleased to announce that the selected papers will be published in the Special Issue "Delay Differential Equations and Applications to Immunology and Infectious Diseases" of "Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering", published by AIMS. Here is the link for submissions.
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