Unicellular microorganisms are unicellular in the sense, that each individual is able to establish a new population. However, populations of microorganisms are not limited to a collection of individuals, but are highly organized so that the group can perform better than the sum of its individuals. In this presentation, we'll explore how the asymmetric distribution of adhesins on single rod-shaped bacteria shapes the organization of the group and how this affects higher level functions.
Tuesday, June 15 at 04:15am (PDT)Tuesday, June 15 at 12:15pm (BST)Tuesday, June 15 08:15pm (KST)
MS06-CBBS: Exploring the processes of bacteria self-organization using mathematical modelling and experimental studies
Organized by: Diane Peurichard (Inria Paris, France), Marie Doumic (Inria Paris, France)
- Nicolas Desprat (Laboratoire de Physique de l’École normale supérieure, ENS, Université PSL, CNRS, Sorbonne Université, Université de Paris, 75005 Paris, France) "Mutliscale morphogenesis of bacterial microcolonies"
- Sophie Hecht (Inria Paris, France) "On the modelling of the morphogenesis of rod-shaped bacteria micro-colony."
- Laura Kanzler (Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions, Sorbonne Université, France) "Kinetic Modelling of Myxobacteria"
- Marc Hoffmann (INRIA, Mamba team & University Paris-Dauphine, France) "Statistical estimation of the interaction kernel in McKean-Vlasov model in a mean-field limit"
MS06-CDEV: Computational models of extracellular matrix effects on cell migration and tissue formation
Organized by: Magdalena Stolarska (University of St. Thomas, United States), Lisanne Rens (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands) Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The second session is MS07-CDEV.
- Leonie van Steijn (Leiden University, Netherlands) "Obstacle-induced contact-inihibition of locomotion explains topotactic cell navigation in dense microenvironments"
- Lisanne Rens (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands) "Computational models for feedback between cell shape, cell signaling and extracellular matrix"
- Magda Stolarska (University of St. Thomas, United States) "Modeling the effects of membrane mechanics on cell-substrate interaction during spreading"
- Wanda Strychalski (Case Western Reserve University, United States) "Computational estimates of mechanical constraints on cell migration through the extracellular matrix"
MS06-DDMB: Advances in deterministic models of biochemical interaction networks
Organized by: Elisenda Feliu (University of Copenhagen, Denmark), Casian Pantea (West Virginia University, USA) Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The second session is MS07-DDMB.
- Balazs Boros (University of Vienna, Austria) "Oscillations in deficiency-one mass-action systems"
- Beatriz Pascual Escudero (University of Copenhagen, Denmark) "Detecting concentration robustness in Reaction Networks"
- Alan Rendall (Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany) "Global convergence to steady states in a model for the in-host dynamics of hepatitis C"
- Murad Banaji (Middlesex University London, UK) "Building Reaction Networks with Prescribed Properties"
MS06-ECOP: Mathematical modeling of gene drives
Organized by: Gili Greenbaum (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel), Jaehee Kim (Cornell University, USA) Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The second session is MS01-ECOP.
- Keith Harris (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel) "Rescue by gene swamping as a fail-safe strategy in gene drive deployment"
- Leo Girardin (Université Claude Bernard Lyon-1, France) "Demographic feedbacks can hamper the spatial spread of a gene drive"
- Lena Klay (Sorbonne Université, France) "Spatial spread of suppression and eradication drives"
- Richard Gomulkiewicz (Washington State University, USA) "Resistance-proofing Gene Drives for Population Suppression"
MS06-EVOP: Predicting ecological dynamics in fluctuating environments
Organized by: Anna Miller (Department of Integrated Mathematical Oncology, Moffitt Cancer Center, United States), Nancy Huntly (Ecology Center and Department of Biology, Utah State University, United States) Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The second session is MS07-EVOP.
- Ivana Gudelj (Biosciences, University of Exeter, UK) "Predicting community dynamics of antibiotic sensitive and resistant species in fluctuating environments"
- Shota Shibasaki (Department of Fundamental Microbiology, University of Lausanne, Switzerland) "Environmental and demographic stochasticity together changes microbial interactions and diversity"
- Audrey Freischel (Department of Integrated Mathematical Oncology, Moffitt Cancer Center, USA) "Utilizing a Consumer-Resource model to hypothesize foraging trade-offs in “cream skimmers” and “crumb pickers”"
- David Demory (School of Biological Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA) "Temperature drives virus-host coexistence in the ocean"
MS06-MEPI: Vector-borne Diseases: Data, Modeling, and Analysis
Organized by: Jing Chen (Nova Southeastern University, United States), Shigui Ruan (University of Miami, United States), Xi Huo (University of Miami, United States) Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The second session is MS13-MEPI.
- Yijun Lou (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China) "Dynamics of a periodic tick-borne disease model with co-feeding and multiple patches"
- Kaniz Fatema Nipa (University of Georgia, United States) "The Effect of Demographic and Environmental Variability on Disease Outbreak for a Dengue Model with a Seasonally Varying Vector Population"
- Necibe Tuncer (Florida Atlantic University, United States) "Determining Reliable Parameter Estimates for Within-host and Within-vector models of Zika Virus of Zika Epidemiological Models"
- Jianhong Wu (York University, Canada) "Multi-scale dynamic models for vector-borne disease transmission dynamics: infestation, co-feeding and systemic infection"
MS06-MFBM: Mathematical and computational methods to augment the reliability of biological models for better decision-making
Organized by: Vincent Lemaire (Genentech, CA, USA, United States), Khamir Mehta (Amgen, Inc, United States), Malidi Ahamadi (Amgen, CA, United States)
- Chris Rackauckas (MIT and Pumas AI, MA, USA, United States) "Accelerating Quantitative Systems Pharmacology with Machine Learning"
- Oleg Demin Jr (InSysBio, Russia) "Implementation of variability or uncertainty in parameter values to validate QSP models."
- Gianluca Selvaggio (Fondazione The Microsoft Research - University of Trento Centre for Computational and Systems Biology (COSBI), Italy) "Parameter free approaches in QSP: modelling the cytokine release following bispecific T-cell engager therapy"
- Sietse Braakman (AbbVie Inc., Quantitative Translational Modeling Group, United States) "A framework for the evaluation of QSP models, with a focus on verification, validation and uncertainty quantification (VVUQ) methods"
MS06-MMPB: How can mathematical modelling aid medical decision making?
Organized by: Jasmina Panovska-Griffiths (University of Oxford), Eduard Campillo-Funollet (University of Sussex)
- Elizabeth Ford (Brighton and Sussex Medical School) "Can modelling of primary care patient records enable detection of dementia earlier than the treating physician?"
- Robin Thompson (University of Warwick) "Can modelling be used to predict whether or not the novel coronavirus will spread in the UK?"
- Fred Vermolen (Delft University of Technology) "Can modelling aid the process of deep tissue healing without scarring?"
- Jasmina Panovska-Griffiths (University of Oxford) "Can combining modelling and brain radiomics non- invasively stratify brain gliomas?"
MS06-NEUR: Effects of stochasticity and heterogeneity on networks' synchronization properties
Organized by: Zahra Aminzare (University of Iowa, United States), Vaibhav Srivastava (Michigan State University, United States) Note: this minisymposia has multiple sessions. The second session is MS07-NEUR.
- James Roberts (QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, Australia) "Noise-enhanced synchronization of dynamics on the human connectome"
- Giovanni Russo (University of Salerno, Italy) "On noise-induced phenomena in complex networks"
- Matin Jafarian (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands) "Stochastic stability of discrete-time phase-coupled oscillators"
- Supravat Dey (University of Delaware, United States) "Role of intercellular coupling and delay on the synchronization of biomolecular clocks"
MS06-ONCO: Blackboard to Bedside: Showcase of Translational Modeling
Organized by: Renee Brady-Nicholls (Moffitt Cancer Center, USA), Mohammad Zahid (Moffitt Cancer Center, USA), Stefano Pasetto (Moffitt Cancer Center, USA)
- Rene Bruno (Genentech-Roche, France) "Tumor dynamic modeling and overall survival predictions to support decisions in oncology clinical trials"
- Pamela Jackson (Mayo Clinic, USA) "Instantiating an Imaging Digital Twin for a Brain Tumor Patient"
- Elsa Hansen (Penn State Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences, USA) "Maintenance therapy: A case study in trial design"
- Sarah Brüningk (ETH Zurich, Switzerland) "Intermittent radiotherapy as alternative treatment for recurrent high grade glioma: A modeling study based on longitudinal tumor measurements"