Reinhard C. Laubenbacher, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Cell BiologyProfessor, Computational Biology, Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine
CoDirector, Center for Quantitative Medicine
Academic Office Location: Center for Quantitative Medicine UConn Health 263 Farmington Avenue Farmington, CT 060306029 

Phone: 
8604367516
8606797516 
Fax:  8606797522 
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 CoDirector 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 WinstonSalem (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. Laubenbacherâ€™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.
Degree  Institution  Major 

M.A.  Indiana University  Mathmatics 
Ph.D.  Northwestern University  Mathematics 
Other  University of Munich  Mathematics 
Awards
Name of Award/Honor  Awarding Organization 

"Programs That Work" award for the Kids' Tech University outreach program  Virginia Department of Education and Virginia Math and Science Coalition 
Phi Delta Kappa Award for Excellence in Education  Phi Delta Kappa 
Patricia Christmore Teaching Award  New Mexico State University 
Fulbright Scholarship, 19771978 
Journal Articles

An algebrabased method for inferring gene regulatory networks.
BMC systems biology 2014 Mar;8(37):37

The genomewide early temporal response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to oxidative stress induced by cumene hydroperoxide.
PloS one 2013 Sep;8(9):e74939

Stabilizing gene regulatory networks through feedforward loops.
Chaos (Woodbury, N.Y.) 2013 Jun;23(2):025107

Modeling stochasticity and variability in gene regulatory networks.
EURASIP journal on bioinformatics & systems biology 2012 Jan;2012(1):5

The Number of Multistate Nested Canalyzing Functions
Physica D 2012 Jan;241(10):929938

A mathematical framework for agent based models of complex biological networks.
Bulletin of mathematical biology 2011 Jul;73(7):1583602

Modelling cell lineage using a metaBoolean tree model with a relation to gene regulatory networks.
Journal of theoretical biology 2011 Jun;268(1):6276

Modelling cell lineage using a metaBoolean tree model with a relation to gene regulatory networks.
Journal of theoretical biology 2011 Jun;268(1):6276

Modelling cell lineage using a metaBoolean tree model with a relation to gene regulatory networks.
Journal of theoretical biology 2011 Jun;268(1):6276

ADAM: analysis of discrete models of biological systems using computer algebra.
BMC bioinformatics 2011 Jan;12295

Bioinformatics tools for cancer metabolomics
Metabolomics 2011 Jan;7(3):329 243

Boolean models of bistable biological systems
Discrete and Cont. Dynamical Systems 2011 Jan;4(6):14141456

Regulatory patterns in molecular interaction networks
J. Theor. Bioi. 2011 Jan;2886672

Highorder nonlinearity of silicagold nanoshells in chloroform at 1560 nm.
Optics express 2010 Oct;18(21):2163644

Different functions of the C3HC4 zinc RING finger peroxins PEX10, PEX2, and PEX12 in peroxisome formation and matrix protein import.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2010 Aug;107(33):1491520

The dynamics of conjunctive and disjunctive Boolean network models.
Bulletin of mathematical biology 2010 Aug;72(6):142547

Discretization of time series data
J. Compo BioI. 2010 Jan;17(6):853868

Polynomial Algebra of Discrete Models in Systems Biology
Bioinformatics 2010 Jan;2616371643

On the robustness of update schedules in Boolean networks.
Bio Systems 2009 Jul;97(1):18

A general map of iron metabolism and tissuespecific subnetworks.
Molecular bioSystems 2009 May;5(5):42243

Discrete dynamical system modelling for gene regulatory networks of 5hydroxymethylfurfural tolerance for ethanologenic yeast.
IET systems biology 2009 May;3(3):20318

Algebraic models in systems biology
Methods in Enzymology 2009 Jan;467163196

Computer algebra in systems biology
The American Mathematical Monthly 2009 Jan;116882891

Kids' Tech University: Shaping the future of science.
Virginia Tech Magazine 2009 Jan;32(2):

Mathematical biology education: beyond calculus
Science 2009 Jan;325(5940):542543

Inference of ecological networks
Annales Zoologici Fennici 2008 Oct;45(5):459464

The effect of negative feedback loops on the dynamics of boolean networks.
Biophysical journal 2008 Jul;95(2):51826

A virtual look at EpsteinBarr virus infection: simulation mechanism.
Journal of theoretical biology 2008 Jun;252(4):63348

Using formal concept analysis for microarray data comparison.
Journal of bioinformatics and computational biology 2008 Feb;6(1):6575

Fall Update for SIAM
SIAM News 2008 Jan;41(9):3

'Model your genes the mathematical way' a mathematical biology workshop for secondary school teachers
Teaching Mathematics and its Applications 2008 Jan;2791101

Model your genes the mathematical way: a mathematical biology workshop for secondary school teachers
Teaching Mathematics and its Applications 2008 Jan;27(2):91101

The Cyclicity Problem for Twodimensional Polynomial Systems, Differential Equations and Control Processes
Electronic journal, ISSN 18172172, http://gamma.niimm.spb.su/diffjournal/ilRU/nurnbers/2008.2/article.74.html 2008 Jan;

Comparison of reverseengineering methods using an in silico network.
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 2007 Dec;11157389

Nested Canalyzing, Unate Cascade, and Polynomial Functions.
Physica D. Nonlinear phenomena 2007 Sep;233(2):167174

A Virtual Look at EpsteinBarr Virus Infection: Biological
Interpretations
PLoS Pathog 2007 Jan;3(10):1388400

Discrete Models of Biochemical Networks: The Toric Variety of Nested Canalyzing Functions
Proc. of the Second Inti. Conf. on Algebraic Biology 2007 Jan;45451522

Fixed points in discrete models for regulatory genetic networks.
EURASIP journal on bioinformatics & systems biology 2007 Jan;1697356

ReverseEngineering of Dynamic Networks
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 2007 Jan;1115168177

Reverseengineering polynomial dynamical systems
Adv. In Appl. Math. 2007 Jan;39477489

Simulating EpsteinBarr virus infection with CImmSim.
Bioinformatics (Oxford, England) 2007 Jan;23(11):13717

A single instrument: engineering and engineering technology students demonstrating competence in ethics and professional standards.
Science and engineering ethics 2006 Apr;12(2):291311

Perspectives on Ahomotopy theory and its applications
Discrete Mathematics 2005 Jan;298: .3961

A computational algebra approach to the reverse engineering of gene regulatory networks.
Journal of theoretical biology 2004 Aug;229(4):52337

A computational algebra approach to the reverseengineering
of gene regulatory networks
J. Theor. Bioi. 2004 Jan;229523537

An optimal control problem for in vitro virus competition
Proc. Of the 43rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Bahamas, Dec. 2004 Jan;

Boolean Monomial Dynamical Systems
Annals of Combinatorics 2004 Jan;8425439

Generic CohenMacaulay monomial ideals.
Ann. Comb. 2004 Jan;84561

Decomposition and simulation of sequential dynamical systems
Advances in Applied Math 2003 Jan;30655678

The Sibirsky component of the center variety of polynomial differential systems
J. Symbolic Comput. 2003 Jan;35577589

Equivalence relations on finite dynamical systems
Advances in Applied Math 2001 Jan;237251

Foundations of a connectivity, theory for simplicial complexes
Advances in Applied Math 2001 Jan;2697128

Generic ideals and the MorenoSocias conjecture
Proceedings of the 2001 International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation 2001 Jan;

Lagrange and the solution of numerical equations
Historia Mathematica 2001 Jan;28220231

A new algorithm for the QuillenSuslin theorem for polynomial rings
Contributions to Algebra and Geometry 2000 Jan;412332

An algorithm for the QuillenSuslin Theorem for quotients of polynomial rings by monomial ideals
Journal of Symbolic Computation 2000 Jan;30555571

Permanental ideals
Journal of Symbolic Computation 2000 Jan;30195205

Monomial orderings, rewriting systems, and Groebner bases for the commutator ideal of a free algebra
Journal of Symbolic Computation 1999 Jan;27133141

On higher class groups of orders
Math. Zeitschrift 1998 Jan;228229246

An algorithm to trivialize vector bundles over toric varieties
J. Pure and Applied Algebra 1997 Jan;117&118395429

A normal form algorithm for modules over k[x,y]/(x,y)
J. of Algebra 1996 Jan;18410011024

Finitely generated modules over pullback rings
J of Algebra 1996 Jan;184304322

Almost split sequences for dedekindlike rings (part II)
Comm. Algebra 1995 Jan;23111130

Eisenstein's misunderstood geometric proof of the quadratic reciprocity theorem
College Mathematics Journal 1994 Jan;252934

Gauss, Eisenstein, and the "third" proof of the quadratic reciprocity theorem: ein kleines Schauspiel
Mathematicallntelligencer 1994 Jan;166772

Oral presentations.
Luminescence : the journal of biological and chemical luminescence 1994 Jan;29 Suppl 1(S1):655

Recovering motivation in mathematics: teaching with original sources
UME Trends 1994 Jan;6

Algebraic Ktheory of poset representations
KTheory 1993 Jan;71721

Oral presentations.
Luminescence : the journal of biological and chemical luminescence 1992 Jan;29 Suppl 1(S1):655

SK2 and K3 of dihedral groups
Canadian Journal of Math 1992 Jan;44591623

Almost split sequences for Dedekindlike rings (part I)
J. London Math. Soc. 1991 Jan;43225235

The structure of the integral group ring of a finite group with cyclic sylow subgroups
Comm. Algebra 1991 Jan;1922812290

Generalized MayerVietoris sequences in algebraic Ktheory
J. Pure and Applied Algebra 1988 Jan;51175192

On the Ktheory of ZG, G a group of squarefree order, in J. F.
Jardine and V. P. Snaith, Algebraic Ktheory: Connections With Geometry and Topology
NATO Adv. Sci. Inst. Ser. C Math. Phys. Sci 1987 Jan;279189208

On the Ktheory of ZG, G a nonabelian group of order pq
KTheory 1987 Jan;1 499506
Books

Mathematical Masterpieces. Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics. Readings in Mathematics 2007 Jan;

Modeling and simulation of biological networks, Symposia in Pure and Applied Mathematics, 2007 Jan;

Symbolic Computation: solving equations in algebra, geometry, and engineering 2001 Jan;

Mathematical expeditions. Chronicles by the explorers. Udergraduate Texts in Mathematics. Readings in Mathematics 1999 Jan;

Theory of Algebraic Invariants, translated from the German 1993 Jan;
Book Chapters

Computational Systems Biology: Discrete Models of Gene Regulation Networks.
Undergraduate Mathematics for the Life Sciences. 2013 Nov;189200

Construction of regulatory networks using expression timeseries data of a genotyped population.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2011 Nov;108(48):1943641

A systems biology approach to cancer drug discovery
Encyclopedia of Systems Biology 2011 Jan;

Mathematics in the Public Mind: the U.S.A.
Public Awareness of Mathematics 2011 Jan;

Algebraic models of biochemical networks
Essential Bioimaging Methods, Reliable Lab Solutions series 2010 Jan;

Computational Systems Biology: Discrete Models of Gene Regulation Networks, in
Undergraduate Mathematics for the Life Sciences: Processes, Models, and Directions 2010 Jan;

The Inferelator 2.0: a scalable framework for reconstruction of dynamic regulatory network models.
Conference proceedings : ... Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Conference 2009 Jan;2009544851

The mathematics of agentbased modeling formalisms
Encyclopedia of Complexity and System Science 2009 Jan;

Implicit doseresponse curves.
Journal of mathematical biology 2008 Jan;

A Groebner Fan based Method for Biochemical Network
Proceedings of ISSAC'2007 2007 Jan;122

A discrete approach to topdown modeling of biochemical networks
Computational Systems Biology 2006 Jan;

Combinatorial homotopy of simplicial complexes and applications to complex information systems
Applications of Computational Algebraic Geometry 1997 Jan;

Mathematical masterpieces: teaching with original sources
History of Mathematics: Sources, Studies and Pedagogic Integration 1996 Jan;

Go of integral group rings for groups with cyclic sylow
subgroups
Algebraic KTheory, Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry 1992 Jan;

On the Ktheory of ZG, G a group of squarefree order
Algebraic Ktheory: Connections With Geometry and Topology 1987 Jan;
Abstracts

Structure and dynamics of polynomial dynamical systems
NSF Engineering Research and Innovation Conference, Atlanta 2011 Jan;

Inference of ecological interaction networks
Annales Zoologici Fennici 2008 Jan;45459464
Conference Papers

The Role of Bioinformatics in Toxicogenomics and Proteomics.
"The Role of Bioinformatics in Toxicogenomics and Proteomics." Proceedings from NATO Advanced Workshop on Toxicogenomics and Proteomics. Prague, Czech Republic, October 1620, 2002. 11. 2002 Jan;
Editorials

Algebraic methods in mathematical biology
Bull. Math. Biol. 2011 Jan;73(4):701
Letters

Science advocacy
Notices of the Amer. Math. Soc. 2010 Jan;57(7):
Newsletters

Structural influence of gene networks on their inference: analysis of C3NET.
Biology direct 2011 Jan;6(10):31

Thoughts from SIAM's New VP
SIAM News 2009 Jan;42(1):12

A Mathematical Tragedy, Part II of II
Science News 2008 Jan;173(9):

A Woman Who Counted
Science 2008 Jan;319899

An Attack on Fermat, Part I of II
Science News 2008 Jan;173(8):

The Mathematical Biology Job Market
Science 2004 Jan;

History of mathematics and the internet
Newsletter of the British Society for the History of Mathematics 1996 Jan;285657

Great theorems: the art of mathematics' a course based on original sources
International Study Group on the History and Pedagogy of Mathematics 1993 Jan;28910
Other

Congressional Testimony on 21st Century Biology
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 2010 Jan;

Bringing math to life at Virginia Tech
The Roanoke Times 2009 Jan;

Integrated and interprofessional care.
International journal of integrated care 2008 Jan;12e135

Virginia Tech to become Kids' Tech, too.
Associated Press 2008 Jan;

Virginia Tech to Engage Kids In STEM
Education Week 2008 Jan;

PathSim Visualizer: an information rich virtual environment framework for systems biology,
Proc. SIGGRAPH Web3D Session 2004 Jan;

Issue on Symbolic Computation in Algebra, Analysis, and Geometry  Foreword of the Guest Editors
J. Symb. Comput. 2000 Jan;29(45):483
Websites

Getting to grips with ecological interactions
Agricultural Biodiversity Weblog 2010 Jan;

A systems biology view of cancer.
BreastCancer.Net News 2009 Jan;

Graduating Engineer
Bioinformatics Careers 2009 Jan;

Program engenders kids' scientific interests
The Collegiate Times 2009 Jan;

Systems biology recommended as clinical approach to cancer
Science Daily 2009 Jan;

Systems Biology: A Field of Unlimited Possibilities,
BioSpace Biotech and Pharmaceutical News and Jobs 2009 Jan;
Title or Abstract  Type  Sponsor/Event  Date/Year  Location 

Algebraic geometry in systems biology  Lecture  Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, Bowling Green State University  2012  Bowling Green, OH 
Patterns are everywhere: how and why  Lecture  Kids' Tech University at Bowling Green State University  2012  Bowling Green, OH 
Cancer Systems Biology  Lecture  Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Program  2012  Iowa State University 
Algebraic models in systems biology  Lecture  Department of Mathematics, Mississippi State University  2012  Mississippi State University, MS 
Algebraic geometry for large networks  Lecture  DARPA Summit Meeting on Mathematics  2012  Lake Tahoe, NV 
Algebraic models in systems biology  Lecture  Workshop on Discrete and Topological Models in Molecular Biology  2012  Tampa, FL 
Steady state analysis of Boolean network models via a universal class of models  Lecture  Special Session on Dynamics of Complex Networks, AMS meeting  2012  Washington, DC 
Wnt sigaling in melanoma cells  Lecture  Special Session on Mathematical Methods in Disease Modeling, AMS meeting  2012  Washington, DC 
Algebraic models in systems biology  Lecture  Dept. of Mathematics, University of Delaware  2012  Newark, DE 
Algebraic models in systems biology  Lecture  Department of Mathematics, University of Nebraska  2012  Lincoln, NE 
Algebraic methods is systems and evolutionary biology  Lecture  Mathematical Biosciences Institute  2012  Columbus, OH 
Iron metabolism  Lecture  Mathematical Biosciences Institute  2012  Columbus, OH 
Science and the fight against cancer, keynote address  Lecture  American Cancer Society, Relay for Life  2012  Tazewell, VA 
The role of SIAM as an advocate for the mathematical sciences community  Lecture  SIAM Annual Meeting  2012  Minneapolis, MN 
Downregulation of LRP6 inhibits growth of melanoma cells  Lecture  SIAM Annual Meeting  2012  Minneapolis, MN 
Algebraic geometry in systems biology  Lecture  Workshop on Algebraic geometry in the sciences  2011  University of Oslo, Norway 
Patterns are everywhere: how and why  Lecture  Kids' Tech University at Virginia Tech  2011  Virginia Tech 
A systems biology view of cancer  Lecture  Workshop at the Wake Forest U. School of Med. Cancer Biology Dept.  2011  WinstonSalem, NC 
A systems biology view of cancer  Lecture  School of Pharmacy, Xavier University  2011  New Orleans, LA 
A systems biology view of cancer  Lecture  School of Medicine, Marshall University  2011  Huntington, WV 
Cancer Systems Biology  Lecture  GBCB Seminar, Virginia Tech  2011  Blacksburg, VA 
Trends in Modern Mathematical Biology, keynote address  Lecture  MAA PREP Workshop on "Mathematical Biology: Beyond Calculus."  2011  Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, VA 
A mathematical framework for agent based models of complex biological networks  Lecture  MAA PREP Workshop on "Mathematical Biology: Beyond Calculus."  2011  Sweet Briar College, 
Trends in symbolic computation development and applications  Panel Discussion  17th International Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra (ACA)  2011  Houston, TX 
Algebraic computation in bioinformatics and systems biology, plenary address  Lecture  17th International Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra (ACA)  2011  Houston, TX 
The relationship between iron metabolism and breast cancer  Lecture  Roche Pharma  2011  Nutley, NJ 
Cancer Systems Biology  Lecture  New Mexico Center for Spatiotemporal Modeling of Cell Signaling  2011  University of New Mexico 
Algebraic models in systems biology  Lecture  SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry  2011  Raleigh, NC 
Patterns are everywhere: how and why  Lecture  Kids' Tech University  2011  Virginia State University 
Algebraic computation in bioinformatics and systems biology, plenary address  Lecture  Conference on Technological Applications of Symbolic Computation  2011  Granada, Spain 
Mathematics and the Systems Biology of Cancer  Lecture  Soc. for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Sci.  2010  Anaheim, CA 
Toward a predictive model of iron metabolism  Lecture  Marie Curie Cancer Center  2010  Paris, France 
Training in Cancer Systems Biology  Lecture  Annual Meeting of the Cancer Biology Training Consortium  2010  Tuscon, AZ 
Algebraic models in systems biology  Lecture  University of Kentucky  2010  University of Kentucky 
Algebraic models in systems biology  Lecture  Arizona State University  2010  Arizona State University 
Kids' Tech University  Lecture  Arizona State University  2010  Arizona State University 
A systems biology approach to iron metabolism in aging and cancer  Lecture  Conference on the Systems Biology of Human Aging  2010  Philadelphia,PA 
Toward a predictive model of intracellular iron homeostasis  Lecture  GlaxoSmithKline  2010  Philadelphia 
A systems biology approach to iron metabolism and cancer  Lecture  Workshop on Nanotechnology, Proteogenomics, and Visual Analytic Application  2010  Abuja, Nigeria 
Nested canalyzing polynomial dynamical systems  Lecture  Special Session on Applications of Algebraic Geometry, Amer. Math. Soc.  2010  Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Francisco, CA 
The relationship between structure and dynamics in biological networks  Lecture  Western Michigan University  2010  Kalamazoo, MI 
Mathematicsaided medicine  Lecture  Cafe Scientifique  2010  Blacksburg, VA 
Cancer Systems Biology  Lecture  Jackson State University  2010  Jackson, MS 
Mathematical Biology Education: Beyond 'Calculus, Keynote Address  Lecture  Math. Assoc. Amer. Workshop on Mathematical Biology  2010  Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, VA 
Algebraic models in systems biology, Plenary Lecture  Lecture  Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology  2010  Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Columbus, OH 
Mathematics and the public in the U.S.A.  Lecture  Workshop on Raising Public Awareness of Mathematics  2010  Obidos, Portugal 
Dynamical systems over graphs: the relationship between graph topology and dynamics  Lecture  Special Session on Applications of Topology, Amer. Mathematical Society  2009  Joint Mathematics Meetings, Washington, D.C. 
Introduction to Systems Biology  Lecture  Department of Cancer Biology, Wake Forest University  2009  WinstonSalem, NC 
Careers in computational biology  Lecture  Hampton University  2009  Hampton, VA 
Experience in developing collaborations with MSI (particularly HBCUs) with VBI  Lecture  Achieving Inclusive Excellence in Grant Proposals Workshop  2009  Virginia Tech 
Reverseengineering in systems biology (short course)  Lecture  Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia  2009  Lisbon, Portugal 
Algebraic models in systems biology  Lecture  Mathematical Applications Seminar series  2009  George Washington University, Washington, D.C. 
Discrete models of gene regulation networks, Plenary address  Lecture  15th International Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming  2009  University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 
Parameter estimation for algebraic models  Lecture  Emerging Modelling Methodologies in Medicine and Biology  2009  International Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Edinburgh, Scotland 
Algebraic models in systems biology  Lecture  Mathematics Department, Clemson University  2009  
Biology + Math= Biology  Lecture  Oakwood University  2009  Huntsville, AL 
Algebraic Methods in Systems Biology, Plenary Address  Lecture  Spring Southeastern Sectional Meeting  2009  North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 
Experimental design and biochemical network inference  Lecture  Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Society  2009  Washington, D.C., 
The relationship between dynamics and structure of biological networks  Lecture  Allerton Conference on Communication, Control, and Computing  2009  UrbanaChampaign, IL 
The relationship between dynamics and structure of biological networks  Lecture  Southern Methodist University  2009  Dallas, TX 
Cancer systems biology  Lecture  National Conference of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Nati  2009  Dallas, TX 
Careers in computational biology  Lecture  Norfolk State University  2009  Norfolk, VA 
A predictive model for the regulation of mammalian iron metabolism  Lecture  Harvard Medical School  2009  Boston, MA 
Design of experiments and biochemical network inference  Lecture  University of Kentucky  2008  Lexington, KY 
Algebraic Methods in Systems Biology  Lecture  2008  University of Marburg, Germany  
Algebraic Methods in Systems Biology  Lecture  Department of Mathematics  2008  Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA 
Algebraic Methods in Systems Biology  Lecture  Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques  2008  Paris, France 
Undergraduate Research Panel  Lecture  BlackwellTapia Conference  2008  Triangle Park, NC 
Data analysis for molecular fingerprinting of breast cancer  Lecture  American Mathematical Society (AMS) Joint International Meeting  2008  Fudan University, Shanghai, China 
Metabolic fingerprinting of breast cancer  Lecture  Georgetown University Medical School  2008  Washington, DC 
An introduction to systems biology  Lecture  Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute  2008  Durham, NC 
Computer Algebra Methods for the Inference of Biochemical Networks  Lecture  Department of Mathematics  2008  NC State University, Raleigh, NC 
The Dynamics of Conjunctive Boolean Networks, Discrete Models of Biological Networks Workshop  Lecture  Institut de Mathematiques.de Luminy  2008  Marseille, France 
Algebraic Models in Systems Biology  Lecture  Shanghai Jiao Tong University  2008  China 
Virginia Tech to launch Kid's Tech University radio spot with Timothy Martin.  Other  News/Talk 960 WFIR  2008  
Parametric Inference of Biochemical Network Models  Lecture  Annual Joint Meetings of the AMSMAASIAM  2007  New Orleans, LA. 
Parametric Inference of Biochemical Network Models, Keynote lecture  Lecture  2nd Bioinformatics Research Symposium  2007  Clemson University, Clemson, SC 
Polynomial dynamical systems over finite fields, with applications to modeling and simulation of biological networks  Lecture  IMA Workshop  2007  University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 
Biochemical network inference  Lecture  FLAD Computational Biology Collaboratorium (FCBC)  2007  Lisbon, Portugal 
Algebraic Methods in Systems Biology,  Lecture  Applied Mathematical Sciences Summer Institute (AMSSI)  2007  California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA 
The Role of Mathematics in Systems Biology  Lecture  Second Argentinian Summer School in Biomathematics  2007  Cordoba, Argentina 
Discrete Models of Biochemical Networks: The Toric Variety of Nested Canalyzing Functions.  Lecture  Research Institute for Symbolic Computation  2007  Linz, Austria 
A mathematical formalism for agentbased modeling  Lecture  Discrete Mathematics and Algorithms Conference  2007  Clemson University, Clemson, SC 
Complexity in biological systems  Lecture  CyberEnabled Discovery and Innovation (COl) Workshop  2007  Research Triangle Park, NC 
Graduate studies in computational biology  Lecture  The Institute for Math Biology Education and Research  2007  Appalachian State University, Boone, NC 
A Computational Algebra Approach to the Reverseengineering of Biochemical Networks  Lecture  Chinese Academy of Sciences  2006  Shanghai, China 
Algebraic Models in Systems Biology  Lecture  Rutgers University  2006  New Brunswick, NJ 
Discrete Models in Epidemiology  Lecture  Summer School  Mathematical Modeling in Epidemiology  2006  San Salvador, El Salvador 
Finite Dynamical Systems  Lecture  Clemson University  2006  Clemson, SC 
Mathematical Methods in Computational Biology  Lecture  Annual Meeting of the Soc. for the Advancement of Native Americans and Chic  2006  
A Computational Algebra Approach to Yeast Systems Biology  Lecture  Center for Genomics  2006  Cuernavaca, Mexico 
A Computational Algebra Approach to the Reverse Engineering of Gene Regulatory Networks  Lecture  Eastern Michigan University  2005  Ypsilanti, MI 
System identification of biochemical networks  Lecture  Summer School on Nanoscience and Systems Biology  2005  University of Munich, Germany. 
System identification of biochemical networks using discrete models  Lecture  Fourth Workshop on the Computation of Biochemical Pathways and Genetic Netw  2005  Heidelberg, Germany 
Algebraic Models in Systems Biology  Lecture  1st Intl. Conference on Algebraic Biology  2005  Tokyo, Japan 
Algebraic Models in Systems Biology  Lecture  Academia Sinica  2005  Taiwan, Taipeh 
Mathematical Methods in Computational Biology  Lecture  First Argentinian Summer School in Siomathematics  2005  Cordoba, Argentina 
A Computational Algebra Approach to Reverseengineering of Biochemical Networks  Lecture  IMPA  2005  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 
Mathematical Models of Biochemical Networks: a case study  Lecture  Bioinformatics Colloquium  2004  LudwigMaximilians University, Munich, Germany 
Mathematics Methods in Bioinformatics  Lecture  Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science  2004  Austin, TX 
Finite Dynamical Systems: Theory and Practice  Lecture  16th lntl. Symposium on Mathematical theory of Networks and Systems  2004  Leuven, Belglum 
An Optimal Control Problem for in vitro Virus Competition  Lecture  43rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control  2004  Bahamas 
Discrete Models of Biochemical Networks  Lecture  Free University  2004  Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Finite Dynamical Systems: A Mathematical Foundation for Simulation Science  Lecture  Univ. Western Ontario  2004  Ontario, Canada 
A Computer Algebra Approach to the Modeling of Biochemical Systems, Plenary address  Lecture  International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation  2003  Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA 
Open Problems in Algebraic Statistics  Lecture  American Institute for Mathematics  2003  Palo Alto, CA 
Mathematics in the Age of Networks  Lecture  Virginia Tech  2003  Blacksburg, VA 
A Mathematical Foundation for PathSim: a rulebased spatial model of immune response to viral pathogens  Lecture  Ohio State University  2003  Columbus, OH 
Symbolic Computation Methods in Computational Biology  Lecture  Technical University  2003  Munich, Germany 
Computer Simulation and Biological Systems, Plenary address  Lecture  Mathematics Conference of the Puerto Rican Math Society  2003  Ponce, Puerto Rico 
Reverse Engineering of Gene Regulatory Networks  Lecture  University of Munich  2003  Munich, Germany 
ReverseEngineering of Biological Networks  Lecture  Virginia Tech  2003  Blacksburg, VA 
Modeling of Biochemical Networks  Lecture  ISSAC  2003  Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA 
The Need for Data to Fit Models  Lecture  NIEHS Workshop on Systems Biology  2003  Research Triangle Park, NC 
A Computational Algebra Approach to the Modeling of Biochemical Systems  Lecture  Univ. Buenos Aires  2003  Univ. Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Finite Dynamical Systems: theory and practice  Lecture  Stanford University  2003  Palo Alto, CA 
Computer Simulation of Immune Response to EBV Infection  Lecture  NIAID workshop  2003  National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 
Polynomial Models of Finite Dynamical Systems  Lecture  Institute for Mathematics and its Applications  2003  Minneapolis, MN 
A New Combinatorial Homotopy Theory of Graphs  Lecture  University of Western Ontario  2002  New London,Canada 
Oh What a Tangled Web We Weave: The Age of Networks  Lecture  Biever Lecture, Loyola University  2002  New Orleans, LA 
Polynomial Methods for ReverseEngineering of Biochemical Networks  Lecture  University of California  2002  Berkeley, CA 
Polynomial Methods in Mathematical Biology  Lecture  Virginia Tech  2002  Blacksburg, VA 
A Categorical Framework for Sequential Dynamical Systems  Lecture  SIAM Conf. on Discrete Mathematics  2002  San Diego, CA 