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Le mardi 6 décembre 2022 – 12:00:00 – 13:00:00
Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
Zoom – Veuillez contacter / Please contact coordinator.qls@mcgill.ca

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Amber Smith, Duke University

Site Web : https://www.mcgill.ca/qls/seminars

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Date Titre Lieu Participants
2015/06/01 – 2015/06/12 The Joint 2015 CAMBAM-MBI-NIMBioS Summer School / Nonlinear Dynamics in Biological Systems McGill University
2017/06/12 – 2017/06/14 Translational-Oriented Quantitative Theurapeutic Approaches: A Concerted Effort Université de Montréal
2018/06/18 – 2018/06/29 The Joint CAMBAM/NSERC-CREATE in Complex Dynamics Summer School McGill University
2019/07/15 – 2019/07/19 Summer School on Nonlinear Dynamics in Life Sciences Fields Institute
2020/06/05 – 2020/06/05 CAMBAM Zoomposium: Multiple Timescales in Neuronal and Other Systems En ligne / Online
2020/07/27 – 2020/08/14 CAMBAM Workshops En ligne / Online
2021/05/31 – 2021/06/11 Summer School in Nonlinear Dynamics for the Life Sciences with Applications to Neuroscience and Psychology En ligne / Online
2022/05/30 – 2022/06/10 Summer School in Nonlinear Dynamics for the Life Sciences En ligne / Online

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Date Conférencier Titre Type
2014/09/04 Michael Mackey, McGill University Deterministic Brownian motion Séminaire CAMBAM
2014/09/11 Jesse Vincent-Herscovici, MITACS Business Development Part 1: Canadian innovation / Part 2: Prospecting 101, finding (and influencing) a prospective partner Séminaire CAMBAM
2014/09/18 Majid Jaberi-Douraki, McGill University Predictive Models of Type 1 Diabetes Progression: Modeling Cyclic Waves of Circulating T Cells Séminaire CAMBAM
2014/09/25 Morgan Craig, Université de Montréal A physiologically-based model of granulopoiesis to guide dosing regimens in oncology Séminaire CAMBAM
2014/10/02 Alejandro Rey, McGill University Device Model of Outer Hair Cells Séminaire CAMBAM
2014/10/09 Svetlana Komarova, McGill University Mechanosensitivity and mechanotrasnduction in bone cells Séminaire CAMBAM
2014/10/16 Frédéric Guichard, McGill University Biogeochemical cycles across ecological networks

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2014/10/23 Spencer Moran, McGill University A conductance-based model for burst firing in GnRH neurons Séminaire CAMBAM
2014/10/30 Theo Zanos, McGill University A sensorimotor role for traveling waves in primate visual cortex Séminaire CAMBAM
2014/11/13 Leon Glass, McGill University Evolution and Robustness in Gene Networks Séminaire CAMBAM
2014/11/20 Greg Stacey, McGill University The wireless brain – an oscillator network model of neural field effects

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2014/11/27 Tony Humphries, McGill University Modelling myelopoiesis with differential equations Séminaire CAMBAM
2014/12/04 Lea Popovic, Concordia University Stochastic effects in intracellular reactions Séminaire CAMBAM
2015/01/08 François Grégoire-Lacoste, Université de Montréal Canard explosion and mixed mode oscillations in a gating subsystem of a ventricular ionic model Séminaire CAMBAM
2015/01/15 Nedialko Krouchev, Université de Montréal A Model Of Primary and Artificial Visual Networks Activation Séminaire CAMBAM
2015/01/22 Ashkan Golzar, McGill University The functional link between neural activity and behavior in a motion-correlation detection task Séminaire CAMBAM
2015/01/29 Thomas Quail, McGill University Spatial Symmetry Breaking Determines Spiral Wave Chirality

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2015/02/05 Jacques Bélair, Université de Montréal A model of malaria transmission between groups Séminaire CAMBAM
2015/02/12 Siamak Salavatian, Université de Montréal Analysis of neuronal activity in right atrium ganglionated plexus in relation to atrial fibrillation Séminaire CAMBAM
2015/02/19 Stéphanie Portet, University of Manitoba Modelling intermediate filaments Séminaire CAMBAM
2015/02/22 Craig Benham, UC Davis Genome Center Topologically Driven Structural Transitions in DNA – Their Analysis and Roles in Regulation Séminaire CAMBAM
2015/02/26 Tina Mitre, McGill University Dynamics of galactose-regulated gene network and metabolic consumption in yeast Séminaire CAMBAM
2015/03/05 Ridouan Bani, McGill University TBA Séminaire CAMBAM
2015/03/05 Jay Potharst, Boston University 2015-CAMBAM Séminaire CAMBAM
2015/03/12 Drew Zhang, McGill University Memory and bistability in excitable media Séminaire CAMBAM
2015/03/19 Xiaotian Wu, Université de Montréal TBA Séminaire CAMBAM
2015/03/26 Laurent MacKay Allosteric regulation of the purinergic P2X receptors Séminaire CAMBAM
2015/04/02 Michael R. Guevara Lillie’s Iron-Wire Model of Nerve: Origin and Developments Séminaire CAMBAM
2015/04/09 Alan Cohen, Université de Sherbrooke TBA Séminaire CAMBAM
2015/05/24 Anmar Khadra, McGill University What can mathematical models tell us about autoimmune type 1 diabetes? Séminaire CAMBAM
2016/09/22 Leah Keshet, UBC Pattern formation and cell polarization models Séminaire CAMBAM
2016/09/29 Laurent Mackay, McGill University Systematic Analysis of Transient intracellular Calcium Signs in Live Cells Séminaire CAMBAM
2016/10/06 Lois Boullu, Lyon A delay-differential equation with state-dependent delay for megakaryopoiesis Séminaire CAMBAM
2016/10/13 Ahmad Haider, McGill Modelling and Computer Simulations for the Assessment of Artificial Pancreas Systems Séminaire CAMBAM
2016/10/20 Michael Mackey, McGill Open problems in the dynamics of differential delay equations Séminaire CAMBAM
2016/10/27 Mathieu Blanchette, McGill Know thy ancestors to know thyself: Improving our understanding of the human genome using paleogenomics Séminaire CAMBAM
2016/11/03 Mitchell Feigenbaum, Rockefeller University TBA Séminaire CAMBAM
2016/11/10 Sébastien Portalier, McGill University Physics, Body Size and the Structure of Food Webs Séminaire CAMBAM
2016/11/17 Paul François, McGill University Renormalizaton bilological networks based on their functions Séminaire CAMBAM
2016/11/24 Lucas Campanari, McGill University Patterns of activities in excitable media with channels Séminaire CAMBAM
2016/12/01 Allen Ehrlicher, McGill University Actin and the mechanical cell Séminaire CAMBAM
2016/12/08 Patricio Artusa, McGill University The role of T-cell repertoire diversity in CD4+T cell responses Séminaire CAMBAM
2016/12/15 Farzan Nadim, NJIT TBA Séminaire CAMBAM
2019/01/08 Ed Bullmore, Cambridge University TBD Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2019/01/15 Sabrina Leslie, McGill University TBD Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2019/01/22 Pierre-Andre Menard, Computer Research Institute of Montreal TBD Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/05/01 Claire Guerrier, Université Côte d’Azur (Vidéoconférence) Modeling axon-myelin relationships: insights on signal propagation and modulation Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/05/08 Roeland Merks, Mathematical Institute and Institute of Biology, Leiden University, The Netherlands (Vidéoconférence) Collective Cell Behavior and Cell Migration Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/05/15 Pouya Bashivan, Université de Montréal, MILA (Vidéoconférence) Analyze, Predict & Control: A Pragmatic Approach to Understanding the Visual Brain Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/05/22 Mathieu Desroches, Inria, Sophia Antipolis – Méditerranée Research Centre (Vidéoconférence) Slow-fast analysis of neural bursters: old and new Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/05/29 Yoichiro Mori, University of Pennsylvania (Vidéoconférence) Cell volume control and osmosis-driven cell movement Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/06/12 André Longtin, Université d’Ottawa – Vidéoconférence Gamma and Beta Burst Rhythms and E-I network inference Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/06/19 James Sneyd, University of Auckland – Vidéoconférence Modeling Calcium Signaling in Live Animals Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/06/26 Thomas Hillen, University of Alberta – Vidéoconférence Mathematical Modeling of the Immune-Mediated Theory of Metastasis Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/07/03 Carson Chow , National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases – Vidéoconférence Global predictions of unreported SARS-CoV2 infection from observed COVID-19 cases Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/07/10 José Antonio Carrillo, University of Oxford – Vidéoconférence Attractive-repulsive models in collective behavior and applications Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/07/17 Sue Ann Campbell, University of Waterloo – Vidéoconférence Modulation of synchronization by a slowly varying M-current Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/07/24 Frithjof Lutscher, University of Ottawa – Vidéoconférence A seasonal hybrid model for the evolution of flowering onset in plants Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/07/31 Philip Maini, University of Oxford – Vidéoconférence Modelling collective cell movement in biology and medicine Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/08/07 Jonathan Rubin, University of Pittsburgh – Vidéoconférence Multiple roles of synaptic “inhibition” & how they arise in decision-making pathways in the basal ganglia Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/08/14 Mark Chaplain, University of St. Andrews – Vidéoconférence A Mathematical Framework for Modelling the Metastatic Spread of Cancer Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/08/21 Mark Lewis , University of Alberta – Vidéoconférence Population Dynamics in Moving Environments Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/08/28 Angela Reynolds, Virginia Commonwealth University – Vidéoconférence Modeling the Innate Immune Cells Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/09/15 Arvind Kumar, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm – Vidéoconférence Emergence and control of spatiotemporal sequences of neuronal activity in biological neuronal networks Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/09/22 Thomas Bury, McGill University – Vidéoconférence Bifurcations in the era of big data: applications in cardiology and ecology Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/09/29 Sebastien Lemieux, Université de Montréal – Vidéoconférence Challenges and opportunities for biomarker discovery when applying machine learning techniques to large RNA-Seq cohorts Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/10/06 Jesse Shapiro, McGill University – Vidéoconférence Pangenome evolution on human time scales Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/10/13 Tatjana Tchumatchenko, Max Planck Institute for Brain Research – Vidéoconférence Statistical laws of protein motion in neuronal dendritic trees Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/10/13 Tatjana Tchumatchenko, Max Planck Institute for Brain Research Statistical laws of protein motion in neuronal dendritic trees Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2020/10/20 Jian Tang, HEC Montréal – Vidéoconférence Graph Representation Learning and Applications to Drug Discovery. Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2021/03/09 Albert Goldbeter, Université Libre de Bruxelles From circadian clock mechanism to sleep disorders and jet lag: Insights from a computational approach Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2021/04/06 Jonathan Michaels, University of Western Ontario Combining deep learning and primate electrophysiology to understand reach and grasp control Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2021/04/20 Arjun Krishnaswamy, McGill University Molecular cues for the assembly and function of retinal circuits Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2021/04/27 Stephen Coombes, University of Nottingham Next generation neural field modelling Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2021/05/11 Maryam M. Shanechi, University of Southern California Dynamical modeling, decoding, and control of multiscale brain networks: from motor to mood Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2021/09/14 Marlene Cohen, University of Pittsburgh Topological insights into the neural basis of flexible behavior Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2021/10/05 Marc Timme, Dresden Model-free inference of network structural features from observed dynamics Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2021/11/30 Ben Goult, University of Kent The MeshCODE theory – does our brain store memories in a binary format? Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2021/12/14 Guillaume Lajoie, University of Montreal Top-down optimization recovers biological coding principles of single-neuron adaptation in RNNs Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2022/01/25 Gary Bader, University of Toronto How is cell diversity generated during development? Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2022/02/01 Becca Asquith, Imperial College London Immune cell dynamics and human health Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2022/02/22 Josh McDermott, MIT TBA Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2022/03/22 Antoine Allard, University of Laval TBA Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2022/04/05 Allison Shaw, University of Minnesota Parasites, animal migration, and how perspective shapes science Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2022/04/12 Sam Gershman, Harvard University TBA Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2022/09/20 Michael Frank, Stanford Bigger data about smaller people: Studying language learning at scale Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2022/09/27 Amy Goldberg, Duke University Evolutionary perspectives on malaria: humans, primates, and the parasites we share Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2022/11/01 Peter Harrison, Cambridge TBA Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2022/11/08 James Faeder, University of Pittsburgh TBA Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series
2022/11/29 John Murray, Yale University TBA Séminaire CAMBAM Seminar Series