Plasmodium knowlesi, a model malaria parasite, is responsible for a significant portion of zoonotic malaria cases in Southeast Asia and must be controlled to avoid disease severity and fatalities.
Optimization and control are important objectives across biology and biomedicine, and mathematical models are a key enabling technology. This paper reports a computational study of model-based multi-objective optimization in the setting of microbial ecology, using agent-based models. This modeling framework is well-suited to the field, but is not…
Aside from conducting research itself, communicating it to the broader mathematical sciences community—as well as the general public—is the most important task that a researcher must accomplish, for the sake of progress within both the mathematical sciences and one’s own career…
Helen Moore was Associate Director of Quantitative Clinical Pharmacology, Bristol-Myers Squibb in Princeton, New Jersey and recently joined UF as an Associate Professor in the Laboratory for Systems Medicine.
Reinhard Laubenbacher presented a talk at the weekly meeting of the multiscale modeling and viral pandemics working group. The title of his talk was “A modular computational framework for medical digital twins.”
Luis Sordo Vieira presented a poster presentation at the American Thoracic Society Annual Meeting Titled Discerning the Division of Labor of Monocyte Derived Immune Cells in Invasive Aspergillosis
Luis Sordo Vieira presented a poster at the Society for Biological Psychiatry Annual Meeting titled “Comorbidity Patterns in Hoarding Disorder”
Luis Sordo Vieira co-organized a mini symposium centered around the leading mathematical models of pulmonary immune responses to pulmonary insults at the Society for Mathematical Biology Annual Meeting.
Henrique de Assis Lopes Robeiro presented at talk at the “SMB Minisymposium: The pressing need for within-host models of the pulmonary immune response.” The title of his presentation was: “Computational Modeling Reveals the Role of Macrophages in Respiratory A. fumigatus Infection in Immunocompromised Hosts.”
This paper presents a modular software design that will help implement precision medicine in the form of medical digital twins which are computational models of disease processes calibrated to individual patients.
Reinhard Laubenbacher, co-authored an article, Using Digital Twins in Viral Infection, in Science Magazine along with James P. Sluka, and…
May 27th, 2021
AAA Annual Meeting, February 2021