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Computational Cell Biology Workshop

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The 24th Annual Workshop on Computational Cell Biology will take place at the Center for Cell Analysis and Modeling at UConn Health (Farmington, CT). The course will begin with introductory lessons on modeling techniques (ODE, PDE, stochastic, spatial stochastic, agent- and rule-based modeling) using VCell, COPASI and SpringSalad. The remaining time will consist of continuous interactive hands-on sessions using software to design your models and perform simulations.

There is no registration fee, but to be admitted please email the following information to Dr. Michael Blinov by the deadline: your name, institution, lab head (if you are a student), and 1-2 page proposal explaining how you feel VCell, COPASI and/or SpringSalad will help your research project. This info will allow us to determine if the current implementations of the VCell and COPASI are applicable to your project.

Meals will be provided. Contact us to enquire about limited travel funds available to promote diversity.

Participating Institution(s):
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University of Connecticut (Lead)

Program Materials:
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This Program can be Described by:
Academic Disciplines:
Applied Mathematics
Cellular Biology
Molecular Biology

Computational Biology
Computational Chemical Biology
Computational Modeling
Mathematical Modelling
Molecular Biology
Quantitative Biology

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This program is funded by:
National Institute of Health (NIH)

Page last updated 5/21/2023
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