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Chelsea Ross, a student in the CRAWL project, presents her work at a spring IQB seminar together with her mentors from the IQB: What we found by CRAWLing
The work was published in: Joyner, M. , Ross, C., Seier, E. (2013) Distance to the border in spatial point patterns. Spatial Statistics, 6, pp 24-40 available at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2211675313000341
Cade Herron, Ronald McNair scholar and mathematics major, presented his research at the Midsouth Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (MCBIOS) annual meeting.
The work was publish and can be view at http://www.hindawi.com/journals/cbj/2013/938169/
Cade with poster at meeting.
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Joint 2013 MBI-NIMBioS-CAMBAM Summer Graduate Workshop Connecting Biological Data with Mathematical Models was held June 17-28, 2013. The workshop was organized by Ariel Cintron-Arias (IQB Fellow and Mathematics Assistant Professor) and Ben Bolker (McMaster University); Marisa Eisenberg (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor); Gregor Fussmann (McGill University); Suzanne Lenhart (University of Tennessee, Knoxville); Brian Leung (McGill University); Russell Zaretzki (University of Tennessee, Knoxville).
The Departments of Biological Sciences and Mathematics & Statistics have been awarded an NSF-UBM grant to conduct the CRAWL Project.