Rob's paper is up at BioRxiv: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.09.29.462451v1
Kojo gave a talk as part of the MathBioU/MathExpLR summer program for undergrad and highschool researchers: "Mathematical modeling of the effect of maintenance methylation on epigenetic drift"
Elizabeth gave an invited virtual talk at the Undergraduate Quantitative Biology Summer School 2021, Colorado State University: “Stochastic dynamics of gene regulatory networks: numerical techniques to bridge models and experiments”.
Elizabeth gave an invited virtual talk at the Numerical Techniques for Nonequilibrium Steady States workshop, Centre Européen de Calcul Atomique et Moléculaire: “Dynamics of gene regulatory networks: numerical techniques to bridge models and experiments”.
Elizabeth gave an invited virtual talk at the AMSI Workshop on Mathematical & Statistical Challenges in Modelling Cellular Systems in Biology: “Lessons from single-molecule-resolution models for -omic data analysis”.
Junhao gave a talk at the CMCF Virtual Early Career Researcher Symposium: "Identifying gene network motifs within stochastically transitioning melanocyte subclusters"
Honglei gave a talk at the CMCF Virtual Early Career Researcher Symposium: "Genomic correlation reveals chromatin region specificity of DNA methylation maintenance kinetics"
Cameron successfully defended his PhD thesis! "Stochastic Models of Gene Regulatory Networks: Computational Approaches and Applications to Transcriptomic Data Analysis"
Elizabeth gave an invited talk at the Theory of Living Systems virtual seminar, UNSW/EMBL Australia/U Melbourne: “Noisy-omics: Statistical Inference and Stochastic Modelling to Shed Light on Gene Regulation”.
Kojo presented a poster at the CMCF Annual Symposium: "Mathematical modeling of DNA methylation to investigate multigenerational epigenetic stability: A research proposal". And he won the poster award in the category Best Scientific Communication!
Honglei presented a poster at the CMCF Annual Symposium: "Genomic correlation reveals chromatin structure dependency and region specificity in kinetics of DNA methylation maintenance"
Elizabeth gave an invited talk at University of Tennessee Knoxville, virtual ChemE seminar: “Noisy-omics: Statistical Inference and Stochastic Modelling to Shed Light on Gene Regulation”.
Luis' paper is published in PLOS Computational Biology! Collaborative work with Downing lab: Stochastic modeling reveals kinetic heterogeneity in post-replication DNA methylation.
We are thrilled to welcome two new grad students, Kojo and Junhao, to the group!
Rob presented a poster on collaborative work with Allard Lab at the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting: "Spatial organization of surface molecule CD45 on lymphocytes studied by stochastic rare event simulation".
Elizabeth gave an invited talk at BIRS (the Banff International Research Station for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery) at the workshop on Theoretical and Experimental Advances in Complex Networks
Cameron's paper is published in Frontiers in Genetics! "Analysis of Single-Cell Gene Pair Coexpression Landscapes by Stochastic Kinetic Modeling Reveals Gene-Pair Interactions in Development"
Elizabeth gave an invited talk at the 2019 SoCal Mechanobiology Symposium: "Insights on epigenomics from stochastic modeling and statistical inference"
Rob presented a poster at the 2019 SoCal Mechanobiology Symposium: "Spatial organization of surface molecule CD45 on lymphocytes studied by stochastic rare event simulation"