We are pleased to announce the sixth Mathematics in Life Sciences (MiLS) meeting. You can read more about MiLS here and here and you can subscribe to our low-traffic newsletter here.
The meeting, co-organised by Philip Greulich and Ben MacArthur will focus on "Mathematical modelling of stem cell dynamics" and will take place on the 11th of September 2017, from 11am to 5pm, at the University of Southampton, in Room 1023, Murray Building (building 58 on Highfield campus) - see these directions).
We look forward to meeting you in Southampton.
10:30 Welcome and coffee
11:00 Jochen Kursawe (University of Oxford)
"Quantitative approaches to modelling developing systems"
12:00 Patrick Stumpf (University of Southampton)
"Single-cell gene regulatory networks uncover sub-states of pluripotency"
14:15 Edouard Hannezo (University of Cambridge/IST Austria)
"A unifying theory of branching morphogenesis"
15:45 Rosanna Smith (University of Southampton)
"The observer effect in cell biology - gene expression noise, genetic reporters and the problem of measurement in living cells"
16:30 Philip Greulich (University of Southampton)
"Mathematical modelling of clonal stem cell dynamics"