Biocomplexity 9
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May 8-10, 2006
Bloomington, IN
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Organizers
Santiago Schnell
Indiana University School of Informatics
Biocomplexity Institute
Indiana University
Timothy J. Newman
Dept. of Physics & Astronomy
Arizona State University
Philip K Maini
Centre for Mathematical Biology
Mathematical Institute
University of Oxford
James A. Glazier
Biocomplexity Institute
Dept. of Physics
Indiana University
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Invited Participants
Mark Alber
Department of Mathematics
University of Notre Dame
Ruth Baker
Centre for Mathematical Biology
Mathematical Institute
University of Oxford
Nicola Bellomo
Department of Mathematics
Politecnico of Torino
Lance A. Davidson
Department of Bioengineering
University of Pittsburgh
Andreas Deutsch
Center for High Performance Computing (ZHR)
Technical University Dresden
Dirk Drasdo
Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences
Ramon Grima
Indiana University School of Informatics &
Biocomplexity Institute
Thomas Hillen
Department of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences
University of Alberta
Paulien Hogeweg
Theoretical Biology & Bioinformatics Group
Utrecht University
Michael Meyer-Hermann
Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS)
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University
Stuart A. Newman
New York Medical College
Hans G. Othmer
School of Mathematics
University of Minnesota
Kevin Painter
Department of Mathematics
School of Mathematical & Computer Sciences
Heriot-Watt University
Cornelis Weijer
School of Life Science
MSI/WTB Complex
University of Dundee
Evan Zamir
Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology
University of Kansas Medical Center


Workshop Sponsors

The Biocomplexity Institute would like to thank the following organizations for support of this workshop:

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*Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed during the Workshop are those of the author(s)/speaker(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.