Reinhard C. Laubenbacher, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of Cell Biology
Professor, Computational Biology, Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine
Co-Director, Center for Quantitative Medicine
Academic Office Location:
Center for Quantitative Medicine
University of Connecticut Health Center
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030-6029
Phone: 860-436-7516
860-679-7516
Fax: 860-679-7522
Email: Laubenbacher@uchc.edu
Website(s): Center for Quantitative Medicine
Department of Cell Biology
The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine

Dr. Laubenbacher joined the University of Connecticut Health Center in May 2013 as Professor in the Department of Cell Biology and Co-Director of the Center for Quantitative Medicine. Prior to this appointment, he served as a Professor at the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute and a Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Virginia Tech since 2001. He was also an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Cancer Biology at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem (NC) and Affiliate Faculty in the Virginia Tech Wake Forest University School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences. In addition, Dr. Laubenbacher was also Professor of Mathematics at New Mexico State University. He has served as Visiting Faculty at Los Alamos National Laboratories, was a member of the Mathematical Science Research Institute at Berkeley in 1998, and was a Visiting Associate Professor at Cornell University in 1990 and 1993. Current interests in Dr. Laubenbacher’s research group include the development of mathematical algorithms and their application to problems in systems biology, in particular the modeling and simulation of molecular networks. An application area of particular interest is cancer systems biology, especially the role of iron metabolism in breast cancer.

Education
DegreeInstitutionMajor
M.A.Indiana UniversityMathmatics
Ph.D.Northwestern University Mathematics
OtherUniversity of MunichMathematics

Awards
Name of Award/HonorAwarding Organization
"Programs That Work" award for the Kids' Tech University outreach programVirginia Department of Education and Virginia Math and Science Coalition
Phi Delta Kappa Award for Excellence in EducationPhi Delta Kappa
Patricia Christmore Teaching AwardNew Mexico State University
Fulbright Scholarship, 1977-1978
Computational biology, systems biology, cancer systems biology, modeling and simulation of biological networks, applied discrete mathematics, symbolic computation, computational algebra and algebraic geometry, mathematical foundation of computer simulation
Accepting Lab Rotation Students for Summer '14, Fall '14, Spring '15

Journal Articles

  • The genome-wide early temporal response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to oxidative stress induced by cumene hydroperoxide.
    Sha, Wei; Martins, Ana M; Laubenbacher, Reinhard; Mendes, Pedro; Shulaev, Vladimir (2013) PloS one 9 (8) e74939
  • Stabilizing gene regulatory networks through feedforward loops.
    Kadelka, C; Murrugarra, D; Laubenbacher, R (2013) Chaos (Woodbury, N.Y.) 2 (23) 025107
  • Modeling stochasticity and variability in gene regulatory networks.
    Murrugarra, David; Veliz-Cuba, Alan; Aguilar, Boris; Arat, Seda; Laubenbacher, Reinhard (2012) EURASIP journal on bioinformatics & systems biology 1 (2012) 5
  • The Number of Multistate Nested Canalyzing Functions
    D. Murrugarra and R. Laubenbacher (2012) Physica D 10 (241) 929-938
  • A mathematical framework for agent based models of complex biological networks.
    Hinkelmann, Franziska; Murrugarra, David; Jarrah, Abdul Salam; Laubenbacher, Reinhard (2011) Bulletin of mathematical biology 7 (73) 1583-602
  • ADAM: analysis of discrete models of biological systems using computer algebra.
    Hinkelmann, Franziska; Brandon, Madison; Guang, Bonny; McNeill, Rustin; Blekherman, Grigoriy; Veliz-Cuba, Alan; Laubenbacher, Reinhard (2011) BMC bioinformatics (12) 295
  • Bioinformatics tools for cancer metabolomics
    G. Blekherman, R. Laubenbacher, D. Cortes, P. Mendes, F. Torti, S. Akman, S. Torti,and V. Shulaev (2011) Metabolomics 3 (7) 329- 243
  • Boolean models of bistable biological systems
    F. Hinkelmann and R. Laubenbacher (2011) Discrete and Cont. Dynamical Systems 6 (4) 1414-1456
  • Regulatory patterns in molecular interaction networks
    D. Murrugarra and R. Laubenbacher (2011) J. Theor. Bioi. (288) 66-72
  • High-order nonlinearity of silica-gold nanoshells in chloroform at 1560 nm.
    Falcão-Filho, E L; Barbosa-Silva, R; Sobral-Filho, R G; Brito-Silva, A M; Galembeck, A; de Araújo, Cid B (2010) Optics express 21 (18) 21636-44
  • Different functions of the C3HC4 zinc RING finger peroxins PEX10, PEX2, and PEX12 in peroxisome formation and matrix protein import.
    Prestele, Jakob; Hierl, Georg; Scherling, Christian; Hetkamp, Stefan; Schwechheimer, Claus; Isono, Erika; Weckwerth, Wolfram; Wanner, Gerhard; Gietl, Christine (2010) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 33 (107) 14915-20
  • The dynamics of conjunctive and disjunctive Boolean network models.
    Jarrah, Abdul Salam; Laubenbacher, Reinhard; Veliz-Cuba, Alan (2010) Bulletin of mathematical biology 6 (72) 1425-47
  • Discretization of time series data
    E. Dimitrova, P. Vera-Licona, J. McGee, R. Laubenbacher (2010) J. Compo BioI. 6 (17) 853-868
  • Polynomial Algebra of Discrete Models in Systems Biology
    A. Veliz-Cuba, A.S. Jarrah, R. Laubenbacher (2010) Bioinformatics (26) 1637-1643
  • On the robustness of update schedules in Boolean networks.
    Aracena, J; Goles, E; Moreira, A; Salinas, L (2009) Bio Systems 1 (97) 1-8
  • A general map of iron metabolism and tissue-specific subnetworks.
    Hower, Valerie; Mendes, Pedro; Torti, Frank M; Laubenbacher, Reinhard; Akman, Steven; Shulaev, Vladmir; Torti, Suzy V (2009) Molecular bioSystems 5 (5) 422-43
  • Discrete dynamical system modelling for gene regulatory networks of 5-hydroxymethylfurfural tolerance for ethanologenic yeast.
    Song, M; Ouyang, Z; Liu, Z L (2009) IET systems biology 3 (3) 203-18
  • Algebraic models in systems biology
    R. Laubenbacher and A. Jarrah (2009) Methods in Enzymology (467) 163-196
  • Computer algebra in systems biology
    R. Laubenbacher and B. Sturmfels (2009) The American Mathematical Monthly (116) 882-891
  • Kids' Tech University: Shaping the future of science.
    Laubenbacher, Reinhard (2009) Virginia Tech Magazine 2 (32)
  • Mathematical biology education: beyond calculus
    R. Robeva and R. Laubenbacher (2009) Science 5940 (325) 542-543
  • The effect of negative feedback loops on the dynamics of boolean networks.
    Sontag, Eduardo; Veliz-Cuba, Alan; Laubenbacher, Reinhard; Jarrah, Abdul Salam (2008) Biophysical journal 2 (95) 518-26
  • A virtual look at Epstein-Barr virus infection: simulation mechanism.
    Shapiro, M; Duca, K A; Lee, K; Delgado-Eckert, E; Hawkins, J; Jarrah, A S; Laubenbacher, R; Polys, N F; Hadinoto, V; Thorley-Lawson, D A (2008) Journal of theoretical biology 4 (252) 633-48
  • Using formal concept analysis for microarray data comparison.
    Choi, V; Huang, Y; Lam, V; Potter, D; Laubenbacher, R; Duca, K (2008) Journal of bioinformatics and computational biology 1 (6) 65-75
  • Fall Update for SIAM
    James Crowley, Reinhard Laubenbacher (2008) SIAM News 9 (41) 3
  • Inference of ecological networks
    Vera-Licona P., and Laubenbacher R (2008) Annales Zoologici Fennici (45) 459-464
  • 'Model your genes the mathematical way' -a mathematical biology workshop for secondary school teachers
    A. Martins, P. Vera-Licona, and R. Laubenbacher (2008) Teaching Mathematics and its Applications (27) 91-101
  • Model your genes the mathematical way: a mathematical biology workshop for secondary school teachers
    Martins A., Vera-Licona P. and Laubenbacher R (2008) Teaching Mathematics and its Applications 2 (27) 91-101
  • The Cyclicity Problem for Twodimensional Polynomial Systems, Differential Equations and Control Processes
    V. G. Romanovski, A. S. Jarrah, and R. Laubenbacher (2008) Electronic journal, ISSN 1817-2172, http://gamma.niimm.spb.su/diffjournal/ilRU/nurnbers/2008.2/article.74.html
  • Comparison of reverse-engineering methods using an in silico network.
    Camacho, Diogo; Vera Licona, Paola; Mendes, Pedro; Laubenbacher, Reinhard (2007) Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (1115) 73-89
  • Nested Canalyzing, Unate Cascade, and Polynomial Functions.
    Jarrah, Abdul Salam; Raposa, Blessilda; Laubenbacher, Reinhard (2007) Physica D. Nonlinear phenomena 2 (233) 167-174
  • A Virtual Look at Epstein-Barr Virus Infection: Biological Interpretations
    K.Duca, M.Shapiro, E.Delgado-Eckert, V. Hadinoto, A. Jarrah, R. Laubenbacher & D.A. Thorley-Lawson (2007) PLoS Pathog 10 (3) 1388-400
  • Discrete Models of Biochemical Networks: The Toric Variety of Nested Canalyzing Functions
    A. Jarrah and R. Laubenbacher (2007) Proc. of the Second Inti. Conf. on Algebraic Biology (4545) 15-22
  • Fixed points in discrete models for regulatory genetic networks.
    Bollman, Dorothy; Colón-Reyes, Omar; Orozco, Edusmildo (2007) EURASIP journal on bioinformatics & systems biology (16) 97356
  • Reverse-Engineering of Dynamic Networks
    B. Stigler, A. Jarrah, M. Stillman, and R. Laubenbacher R (2007) Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (1115) 168-177
  • Reverse-engineering polynomial dynamical systems
    A. Jarrah, R. Laubenbacher, B. Stigler, and M. Stillman (2007) Adv. In Appl. Math. (39) 477-489
  • Simulating Epstein-Barr virus infection with C-lmmSim
    F. Castiglione, K.A. Duca , A.S. Jarrah, R. Laubenbacher, D. Hochberg, D.A. Thorley-Lawson (2007) Bioinformatics 11 (23) 1371-1377
  • A single instrument: engineering and engineering technology students demonstrating competence in ethics and professional standards.
    Feldhaus, Charles R; Wolter, Robert M; Hundley, Stephen P; Diemer, Tim (2006) Science and engineering ethics 2 (12) 291-311
  • Perspectives on A-homotopy theory and its applications
    H. Barcelo and R. Laubenbacher (2005) Discrete Mathematics (298: .) 39-61
  • A computational algebra approach to the reverse engineering of gene regulatory networks.
    Laubenbacher, Reinhard; Stigler, Brandilyn (2004) Journal of theoretical biology 4 (229) 523-37
  • A computational algebra approach to the reverseengineering of gene regulatory networks
    R. Laubenbacher and B. Stigler (2004) J. Theor. Bioi. (229) 523-537
  • An optimal control problem for in vitro virus competition
    A. Jarrah, H. Vastani, K. Duca, and R. Laubenbacher (2004) Proc. Of the 43rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Bahamas, Dec.
  • Boolean Monomial Dynamical Systems
    O. Colon-Reyes, R. Laubenbacher, B. Pareigis (2004) Annals of Combinatorics (8) 425-439
  • Generic Cohen-Macaulay monomial ideals.
    A. Jarrah, R. Laubenbacher (2004) Ann. Comb. (8) 45-61
  • Decomposition and simulation of sequential dynamical systems
    R. Laubenbacher and B. Pareigis (2003) Advances in Applied Math (30) 655-678
  • The Sibirsky component of the center variety of polynomial differential systems
    A. Jarrah, R. Laubenbacher, and V. Romanovski (2003) J. Symbolic Comput. (35) 577-589
  • Equivalence relations on finite dynamical systems
    R. Laubenbacher and B. Pareigis (2001) Advances in Applied Math 237-251
  • Foundations of a connectivity, theory for simplicial complexes
    H. Barcelo, X. Kramer, R. Laubenbacher, and C. Weaver (2001) Advances in Applied Math (26) 97-128
  • Generic ideals and the Moreno-Socias conjecture
    E. Aguirre, A. Jarrah, R. Laubenbacher, A. Ortiz-Navarro, and R. Torrez (2001) Proceedings of the 2001 International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation
  • Lagrange and the solution of numerical equations
    G. McGrath, R. Laubenbacher, and D. Pengelley (2001) Historia Mathematica (28) 220-231
  • A new algorithm for the Quillen-Suslin theorem for polynomial rings
    R. Laubenbacher and C. Woodburn (2000) Contributions to Algebra and Geometry (41) 23-32
  • An algorithm for the Quillen-Suslin Theorem for quotients of polynomial rings by monomial ideals
    R. Laubenbacher and K. Schlauch (2000) Journal of Symbolic Computation (30) 555-571
  • Permanental ideals
    R. Laubenbacher and I. Swanson (2000) Journal of Symbolic Computation (30) 195-205
  • Monomial orderings, rewriting systems, and Groebner bases for the commutator ideal of a free algebra
    S. Hermiller, X. Kramer, and R. Laubenbacher (1999) Journal of Symbolic Computation (27) 133-141
  • On higher class groups of orders
    M. Kolster and R. Laubenbacher (1998) Math. Zeitschrift (228) 229-246
  • An algorithm to trivialize vector bundles over toric varieties
    R. Laubenbacher and C. Woodburn (1997) J. Pure and Applied Algebra (117&118) 395-429
  • A normal form algorithm for modules over k[x,y]/(x,y)
    R. Laubenbacher and B. Sturmfels (1996) J. of Algebra (184) 1001-1024
  • Finitely generated modules over pullback rings
    D. Arnold and ,R. Laubenbacher (1996) J of Algebra (184) 304-322
  • Almost split sequences for dedekind-like rings (part II)
    D. Arnold and R. Laubenbacher (1995) Comm. Algebra (23) 111-130
  • Eisenstein's misunderstood geometric proof of the quadratic reciprocity theorem
    R. Laubenbacher and D. Pengelley (1994) College Mathematics Journal (25) 29-34
  • Gauss, Eisenstein, and the "third" proof of the quadratic reciprocity theorem: ein kleines Schauspiel
    R. Laubenbacher and D. Pengelley (1994) Mathematicallntelligencer (16) 67-72
  • Great problems of mathematics: a workshop for high school students
    R. Laubenbacher and M. Siddoway (1994) College Mathematics Journal (25) 112-114
  • Recovering motivation in mathematics: teaching with original sources
    R. Laubenbacher, D. Pengelley and M. Siddoway (1994) UME Trends (6)
  • Algebraic K-theory of poset representations
    R. Laubenbacher (1993) K-Theory (7) 17-21
  • Great problems of mathematics: a course based on original sources
    R. Laubenbacher and D. Pengelley (1992) The American Mathematical Monthly (99) 313-317
  • SK2 and K3 of dihedral groups
    R. Laubenbacher and B. Magurn (1992) Canadian Journal of Math (44) 591-623
  • Almost split sequences for Dedekind-like rings (part I)
    D. Arnold and R. Laubenbacher (1991) J. London Math. Soc. (43) 225-235
  • The structure of the integral group ring of a finite group with cyclic sylow subgroups
    R. Laubenbacher and D. Webb (1991) Comm. Algebra (19) 2281-2290
  • Generalized Mayer-Vietoris sequences in algebraic K-theory
    R. Laubenbacher (1988) J. Pure and Applied Algebra (51) 175-192
  • On the K-theory of ZG, G a group of square-free order, in J. F. Jardine and V. P. Snaith, Algebraic K-theory: Connections With Geometry and Topology
    R. Laubenbacher (1987) NATO Adv. Sci. Inst. Ser. C Math. Phys. Sci (279) 189-208
  • On the K-theory of ZG, G a non-abelian group of order pq
    R. Laubenbacher (1987) K-Theory (1 ) 499-506

Books

  • A. Knoebel, R. Laubenbacher, J. Lodder and D. Pengelley (2007) Mathematical Masterpieces. Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics. Readings in Mathematics
  • R. Laubenbacher (ed.) (2007) Modeling and simulation of biological networks, Symposia in Pure and Applied Mathematics,
  • R. Laubenbacher,(ed.) (2001) Symbolic Computation: solving equations in algebra, geometry, and engineering
  • R. Laubenbacher and D. Pengelley (1999) Mathematical expeditions. Chronicles by the explorers. Udergraduate Texts in Mathematics. Readings in Mathematics
  • D. Hilbert (1993) Theory of Algebraic Invariants, translated from the German

Book Chapters

  • Construction of regulatory networks using expression time-series data of a genotyped population.
    Yeung, Ka Yee; Dombek, Kenneth M; Lo, Kenneth; Mittler, John E; Zhu, Jun; Schadt, Eric E; Bumgarner, Roger E; Raftery, Adrian E (2011) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 48 (108) 19436-41
  • A systems biology approach to cancer drug discovery
    R. Laubenbacher (2011) Encyclopedia of Systems Biology
  • Mathematics in the Public Mind: the U.S.A.
    R. Laubenbacher (2011) Public Awareness of Mathematics
  • Algebraic models of biochemical networks
    R. Laubenbacher and A. Jarrah (2010) Essential Bioimaging Methods, Reliable Lab Solutions series
  • Computational Systems Biology: Discrete Models of Gene Regulation Networks, in
    A. Martins, P. Vera-Licona, and R. Laubenbacher (2010) Undergraduate Mathematics for the Life Sciences: Processes, Models, and Directions
  • The Inferelator 2.0: a scalable framework for reconstruction of dynamic regulatory network models.
    Madar, Aviv; Greenfield, Alex; Ostrer, Harry; Vanden-Eijnden, Eric; Bonneau, Richard (2009) Conference proceedings : ... Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Conference (2009) 5448-51
  • The mathematics of agentbased modeling formalisms
    R. Laubenbacher, Jarrah A., H. S. Mortveit, and S. S. Ravi (2009) Encyclopedia of Complexity and System Science
  • On the Algebraic Geometry of Polynomial Dynamical Systems.
    A. Jarrah, R. Laubenbacher (2008) Emerging Applications of Algebraic Geometry, IMA Volume.
  • A Groebner Fan based Method for Biochemical Network
    E. Dimitrova, A. Jarrah, B. Stigler, and R. Laubenbacher (2007) Proceedings of ISSAC'2007 122
  • A discrete approach to top-down modeling of biochemical networks
    R. Laubenbacher and P. Mendes (2006) Computational Systems Biology
  • Combinatorial homotopy of simplicial complexes and applications to complex information systems
    X. Kramer and R. Laubenbacher (1997) Applications of Computational Algebraic Geometry
  • Mathematical masterpieces: teaching with original sources
    R. Laubenbacher and D. Pengelley (1996) History of Mathematics: Sources, Studies and Pedagogic Integration
  • Go of integral group rings for groups with cyclic sylow subgroups
    R. Laubenbacher and D. Webb (1992) Algebraic K-Theory, Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry
  • On the K-theory of ZG, G a group of square-free order
    R. Laubenbacher (1987) Algebraic K-theory: Connections With Geometry and Topology

Abstracts

  • Structure and dynamics of polynomial dynamical systems
    R. Laubenbacher, D. Murragarra, and A. Veliz-Cuba (2011) NSF Engineering Research and Innovation Conference, Atlanta
  • Inference of ecological interaction networks
    P. V. Licona and R. Laubenbacher (2008) Annales Zoologici Fennici (45) 459-464

Conference Papers

  • The Role of Bioinformatics in Toxicogenomics and Proteomics.
    Sobral, B., D. Eckart, R. Laubenbacher, and P. Mendes (2002) "The Role of Bioinformatics in Toxicogenomics and Proteomics." Proceedings from NATO Advanced Workshop on Toxicogenomics and Proteomics. Prague, Czech Republic, October 16-20, 2002. 11.

Editorials

  • Algebraic methods in mathematical biology
    R. Laubenbacher (2011) Bull. Math. Biol. 4 (73) 701

Letters

  • Science advocacy
    R. Laubenbacher (2010) Notices of the Amer. Math. Soc. 7 (57)

Newsletters

  • Structural influence of gene networks on their inference: analysis of C3NET.
    Altay, Gökmen; Emmert-Streib, Frank (2011) Biology direct 10 (6) 31
  • Thoughts from SIAM's New VP
    Laubenbacher, Reinhard (2009) SIAM News 1 (42) 12
  • A Mathematical Tragedy, Part II of II
    Julie J. Rehmeyer (2008) Science News 9 (173)
  • A Woman Who Counted
    Barry Cipra (2008) Science (319) 899
  • An Attack on Fermat, Part I of II
    Julie J. Rehmeyer (2008) Science News 8 (173)
  • The Mathematical Biology Job Market
    Jim Kling (2004) Science
  • History of mathematics and the internet
    R. Laubenbacher (1996) Newsletter of the British Society for the History of Mathematics (28) 56-57
  • Great theorems: the art of mathematics'- a course based on original sources
    R. Laubenbacher and D. Pengelley (1993) International Study Group on the History and Pedagogy of Mathematics (28) 9-10

Other

  • Congressional Testimony on 21st Century Biology
    R. Laubenbacher (2010) Hearing of the Subcommittee on Research and Education of the House Committee on Science and Technology http://science.house.gov/pu blications/Testimony.aspx?TID= 15466
  • Bringing math to life at Virginia Tech
    Greg Esposito. Laubenbacher, Reinhard (2009) The Roanoke Times
  • Integrated and interprofessional care.
    Barr, Hugh (2008) International journal of integrated care (12) e135
  • Virginia Tech to become Kids' Tech, too.
    Laubenbacher, Reinhard (2008) Associated Press
  • Virginia Tech to Engage Kids In STEM
    Katie Ash, Reinhard Laubenbacher (2008) Education Week
  • PathSim Visualizer: an information rich virtual environment framework for systems biology,
    N. F. Polys, D. A. Bowman, C. North, R. Laubenbacher, and K. Duca (2004) Proc. SIGGRAPH Web3D Session
  • Issue on Symbolic Computation in Algebra, Analysis, and Geometry - Foreword of the Guest Editors
    Eduardo Cattani and R. Laubenbacher(eds.) (2000) J. Symb. Comput. 4-5 (29) 483

Websites

Title or AbstractTypeSponsor/EventDate/YearLocation
Algebraic geometry in systems biologyLectureDept. of Mathematics and Statistics, Bowling Green State University2012Bowling Green, OH
Patterns are everywhere: how and whyLectureKids' Tech University at Bowling Green State University2012Bowling Green, OH
Cancer Systems BiologyLectureBioinformatics and Computational Biology Program2012Iowa State University
Algebraic models in systems biologyLectureDepartment of Mathematics, Mississippi State University2012Mississippi State University, MS
Algebraic geometry for large networksLectureDARPA Summit Meeting on Mathematics2012Lake Tahoe, NV
Algebraic models in systems biologyLectureWorkshop on Discrete and Topological Models in Molecular Biology2012Tampa, FL
Steady state analysis of Boolean network models via a universal class of modelsLectureSpecial Session on Dynamics of Complex Networks, AMS meeting2012Washington, DC
Wnt sigaling in melanoma cellsLectureSpecial Session on Mathematical Methods in Disease Modeling, AMS meeting2012Washington, DC
Algebraic models in systems biologyLectureDept. of Mathematics, University of Delaware2012Newark, DE
Algebraic models in systems biologyLectureDepartment of Mathematics, University of Nebraska2012Lincoln, NE
Algebraic methods is systems and evolutionary biologyLectureMathematical Biosciences Institute2012Columbus, OH
Iron metabolismLectureMathematical Biosciences Institute2012Columbus, OH
Science and the fight against cancer, keynote addressLectureAmerican Cancer Society, Relay for Life2012Tazewell, VA
The role of SIAM as an advocate for the mathematical sciences communityLectureSIAM Annual Meeting2012Minneapolis, MN
Downregulation of LRP6 inhibits growth of melanoma cellsLectureSIAM Annual Meeting2012Minneapolis, MN
Algebraic geometry in systems biologyLectureWorkshop on Algebraic geometry in the sciences2011University of Oslo, Norway
Patterns are everywhere: how and whyLectureKids' Tech University at Virginia Tech2011Virginia Tech
A systems biology view of cancerLectureWorkshop at the Wake Forest U. School of Med. Cancer Biology Dept.2011Winston-Salem, NC
A systems biology view of cancerLectureSchool of Pharmacy, Xavier University2011New Orleans, LA
A systems biology view of cancerLectureSchool of Medicine, Marshall University2011Huntington, WV
Cancer Systems BiologyLectureGBCB Seminar, Virginia Tech2011Blacksburg, VA
Trends in Modern Mathematical Biology, keynote addressLectureMAA PREP Workshop on "Mathematical Biology: Beyond Calculus." 2011Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, VA
A mathematical framework for agent based models of complex biological networksLectureMAA PREP Workshop on "Mathematical Biology: Beyond Calculus."2011Sweet Briar College,
Trends in symbolic computation development and applicationsPanel Discussion17th International Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra (ACA)2011Houston, TX
Algebraic computation in bioinformatics and systems biology, plenary addressLecture17th International Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra (ACA)2011Houston, TX
The relationship between iron metabolism and breast cancerLectureRoche Pharma2011Nutley, NJ
Cancer Systems BiologyLectureNew Mexico Center for Spatiotemporal Modeling of Cell Signaling2011University of New Mexico
Algebraic models in systems biologyLectureSIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry2011Raleigh, NC
Patterns are everywhere: how and whyLectureKids' Tech University2011Virginia State University
Algebraic computation in bioinformatics and systems biology, plenary addressLectureConference on Technological Applications of Symbolic Computation2011Granada, Spain
Mathematics and the Systems Biology of CancerLectureSoc. for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Sci.2010Anaheim, CA
Toward a predictive model of iron metabolismLectureMarie Curie Cancer Center2010Paris, France
Training in Cancer Systems BiologyLectureAnnual Meeting of the Cancer Biology Training Consortium2010Tuscon, AZ
Algebraic models in systems biologyLectureUniversity of Kentucky2010University of Kentucky
Algebraic models in systems biologyLectureArizona State University2010Arizona State University
Kids' Tech UniversityLectureArizona State University2010Arizona State University
A systems biology approach to iron metabolism in aging and cancerLectureConference on the Systems Biology of Human Aging2010Philadelphia,PA
Toward a predictive model of intracellular iron homeostasisLectureGlaxo-Smith-Kline2010Philadelphia
A systems biology approach to iron metabolism and cancerLectureWorkshop on Nanotechnology, Proteogenomics, and Visual Analytic Application2010Abuja, Nigeria
Nested canalyzing polynomial dynamical systemsLectureSpecial Session on Applications of Algebraic Geometry, Amer. Math. Soc. 2010Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Francisco, CA
The relationship between structure and dynamics in biological networksLectureWestern Michigan University2010Kalamazoo, MI
Mathematics-aided medicineLectureCafe Scientifique2010Blacksburg, VA
Cancer Systems BiologyLectureJackson State University2010Jackson, MS
Mathematical Biology Education: Beyond 'Calculus, Keynote AddressLectureMath. Assoc. Amer. Workshop on Mathematical Biology2010Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, VA
Algebraic models in systems biology, Plenary LectureLectureWorkshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology2010Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Columbus, OH
Mathematics and the public in the U.S.A.LectureWorkshop on Raising Public Awareness of Mathematics2010Obidos, Portugal
Dynamical systems over graphs: the relationship between graph topology and dynamicsLectureSpecial Session on Applications of Topology, Amer. Mathematical Society2009Joint Mathematics Meetings, Washington, D.C.
Introduction to Systems BiologyLectureDepartment of Cancer Biology, Wake Forest University2009Winston-Salem, NC
Careers in computational biologyLectureHampton University2009Hampton, VA
Experience in developing collaborations with MSI (particularly HBCUs) with VBILectureAchieving Inclusive Excellence in Grant Proposals Workshop2009Virginia Tech
Reverse-engineering in systems biology (short course)LectureInstituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia2009Lisbon, Portugal
Algebraic models in systems biologyLectureMathematical Applications Seminar series2009George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
Discrete models of gene regulation networks, Plenary addressLecture15th International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming2009University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR
Parameter estimation for algebraic modelsLectureEmerging Modelling Methodologies in Medicine and Biology2009International Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Edinburgh, Scotland
Algebraic models in systems biologyLectureMathematics Department, Clemson University2009
Biology + Math= BiologyLectureOakwood University2009Huntsville, AL
Algebraic Methods in Systems Biology, Plenary AddressLectureSpring Southeastern Sectional Meeting2009North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
Experimental design and biochemical network inferenceLectureAnnual Meeting of the American Statistical Society2009Washington, D.C.,
The relationship between dynamics and structure of biological networksLectureAllerton Conference on Communication, Control, and Computing2009Urbana-Champaign, IL
The relationship between dynamics and structure of biological networksLectureSouthern Methodist University2009Dallas, TX
Cancer systems biologyLectureNational Conference of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Nati2009Dallas, TX
Careers in computational biologyLectureNorfolk State University2009Norfolk, VA
A predictive model for the regulation of mammalian iron metabolismLectureHarvard Medical School2009Boston, MA
Design of experiments and biochemical network inferenceLectureUniversity of Kentucky2008Lexington, KY
Algebraic Methods in Systems Biology Lecture2008University of Marburg, Germany
Algebraic Methods in Systems BiologyLectureDepartment of Mathematics2008Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA
Algebraic Methods in Systems BiologyLectureInstitut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques2008Paris, France
Undergraduate Research PanelLectureBlackwell-Tapia Conference2008Triangle Park, NC
Data analysis for molecular fingerprinting of breast cancerLectureAmerican Mathematical Society (AMS) Joint International Meeting2008Fudan University, Shanghai, China
Metabolic fingerprinting of breast cancerLectureGeorgetown University Medical School2008Washington, DC
An introduction to systems biologyLectureStatistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute2008Durham, NC
Computer Algebra Methods for the Inference of Biochemical Networks LectureDepartment of Mathematics2008NC State University, Raleigh, NC
The Dynamics of Conjunctive Boolean Networks, Discrete Models of Biological Networks WorkshopLectureInstitut de Mathematiques.de Luminy2008Marseille, France
Algebraic Models in Systems BiologyLectureShanghai Jiao Tong University2008China
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Parametric Inference of Biochemical Network ModelsLectureAnnual Joint Meetings of the AMS-MAA-SIAM2007New Orleans, LA.
Parametric Inference of Biochemical Network Models, Keynote lectureLecture2nd Bioinformatics Research Symposium2007Clemson University, Clemson, SC
Polynomial dynamical systems over finite fields, with applications to modeling and simulation of biological networksLectureIMA Workshop 2007University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
Biochemical network inferenceLectureFLAD Computational Biology Collaboratorium (FCBC)2007Lisbon, Portugal
Algebraic Methods in Systems Biology, LectureApplied Mathematical Sciences Summer Institute (AMSSI)2007California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA
The Role of Mathematics in Systems BiologyLectureSecond Argentinian Summer School in Biomathematics2007Cordoba, Argentina
Discrete Models of Biochemical Networks: The Toric Variety of Nested Canalyzing Functions. LectureResearch Institute for Symbolic Computation2007Linz, Austria
A mathematical formalism for agent-based modelingLectureDiscrete Mathematics and Algorithms Conference2007Clemson University, Clemson, SC
Complexity in biological systemsLectureCyber-Enabled Discovery and Innovation (COl) Workshop2007Research Triangle Park, NC
Graduate studies in computational biologyLectureThe Institute for Math Biology Education and Research2007Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
A Computational Algebra Approach to the Reverse-engineering of Biochemical NetworksLectureChinese Academy of Sciences2006Shanghai, China
Algebraic Models in Systems BiologyLectureRutgers University2006New Brunswick, NJ
Discrete Models in EpidemiologyLectureSummer School - Mathematical Modeling in Epidemiology2006San Salvador, El Salvador
Finite Dynamical SystemsLectureClemson University2006Clemson, SC
Mathematical Methods in Computational BiologyLectureAnnual Meeting of the Soc. for the Advancement of Native Americans and Chic2006
A Computational Algebra Approach to Yeast Systems BiologyLectureCenter for Genomics2006Cuernavaca, Mexico
A Computational Algebra Approach to the Reverse Engineering of Gene Regulatory NetworksLectureEastern Michigan University2005Ypsilanti, MI
System identification of biochemical networksLectureSummer School on Nanoscience and Systems Biology2005University of Munich, Germany.
System identification of biochemical networks using discrete modelsLectureFourth Workshop on the Computation of Biochemical Pathways and Genetic Netw2005Heidelberg, Germany
Algebraic Models in Systems BiologyLecture1st Intl. Conference on Algebraic Biology2005Tokyo, Japan
Algebraic Models in Systems BiologyLectureAcademia Sinica2005Taiwan, Taipeh
Mathematical Methods in Computational BiologyLectureFirst Argentinian Summer School in Siomathematics2005Cordoba, Argentina
A Computational Algebra Approach to Reverse-engineering of Biochemical NetworksLectureIMPA2005Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Mathematical Models of Biochemical Networks: a case studyLectureBioinformatics Colloquium2004Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany
Mathematics Methods in BioinformaticsLectureSociety for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science2004Austin, TX
Finite Dynamical Systems: Theory and PracticeLecture16th lntl. Symposium on Mathematical theory of Networks and Systems2004Leuven, Belglum
An Optimal Control Problem for in vitro Virus CompetitionLecture43rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control2004Bahamas
Discrete Models of Biochemical NetworksLectureFree University2004Amsterdam, Netherlands
Finite Dynamical Systems: A Mathematical Foundation for Simulation ScienceLectureUniv. Western Ontario2004Ontario, Canada
A Computer Algebra Approach to the Modeling of Biochemical Systems, Plenary addressLectureInternational Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation2003Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
Open Problems in Algebraic StatisticsLectureAmerican Institute for Mathematics2003Palo Alto, CA
Mathematics in the Age of NetworksLectureVirginia Tech2003Blacksburg, VA
A Mathematical Foundation for PathSim: a rule-based spatial model of immune response to viral pathogens LectureOhio State University2003Columbus, OH
Symbolic Computation Methods in Computational BiologyLectureTechnical University2003Munich, Germany
Computer Simulation and Biological Systems, Plenary addressLectureMathematics Conference of the Puerto Rican Math Society2003Ponce, Puerto Rico
Reverse Engineering of Gene Regulatory NetworksLectureUniversity of Munich2003Munich, Germany
Reverse-Engineering of Biological NetworksLectureVirginia Tech2003Blacksburg, VA
Modeling of Biochemical NetworksLectureISSAC2003Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
The Need for Data to Fit ModelsLectureNIEHS Workshop on Systems Biology2003Research Triangle Park, NC
A Computational Algebra Approach to the Modeling of Biochemical SystemsLectureUniv. Buenos Aires2003Univ. Buenos Aires, Argentina
Finite Dynamical Systems: theory and practiceLectureStanford University2003Palo Alto, CA
Computer Simulation of Immune Response to EBV InfectionLectureNIAID workshop2003National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD
Polynomial Models of Finite Dynamical SystemsLectureInstitute for Mathematics and its Applications2003Minneapolis, MN
A New Combinatorial Homotopy Theory of GraphsLectureUniversity of Western Ontario2002New London,Canada
Oh What a Tangled Web We Weave: The Age of NetworksLectureBiever Lecture, Loyola University2002New Orleans, LA
Polynomial Methods for Reverse-Engineering of Biochemical NetworksLectureUniversity of California2002Berkeley, CA
Polynomial Methods in Mathematical BiologyLectureVirginia Tech2002Blacksburg, VA
A Categorical Framework for Sequential Dynamical SystemsLectureSIAM Conf. on Discrete Mathematics2002San Diego, CA