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Hossein Jashnsaz (a postdoc in the Neuert lab at Vanderbilt) is visiting the Munsky group from September 24 through October 5. Hossein is working with us on learning models to capture and predict MAPK signaling dynamics in yeast cells.
The Munsky group has just been awarded a Maximizing Investigator Research Award (MIRA) grant by the NIGMS!
Brian will be visiting ETH in Basel Switzerland to give a research seminar.
Welcome to Huy Vo, the newest postdoc in the group! Huy finished his Ph.D. in Mathematics at the University of Alabama.
Our paper on the population-FSP has just been published online at Physical Biology. Please see the link here: R. Johnson and B. Munsky, The finite state projection approach to analyze dynamics of heterogeneous populations, Physical Biology
Zach Fox was selected as a CSU Vice President for Research Fellow for the 2017-2018 academic year. Congratulations Zach!
Just announced. The Stasevich and Munsky labs have recently been awarded a W M Keck Foundation Medical Research Grant. Read more here!
Congratulations to the students, lecturers and organizers of the 10th annual q-bio Summer School in Fort Collins Colorado. Read more about the program here
Congratulations to Zach for his publication in J. Chemical Physics: Z. Fox, G. Neuert and B. Munsky, Finite state projection based bounds to compare chemical master equation models using single-cell data, Journal of Chemical Physics, 145:7, 074101 (2016), online here
Brian will present at the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications Workshop in Biological Systems and Networks at the University of Minnesota.
Welcome to Lisa Weber, who just joined the group as a PhD student in Chemical Engineering.
Our paper From analog to digital models of gene regulation was published online in Physical Biology. Link to article
Our paper Using noise to control heterogeneity of isogenic populations in homogenous environments was published online in Physical Biology. Congratulations to Paulina, Nicola, Johannes, and Mohammad for turning this qbSS project into a beautiful paper. Link to article
Our paper Integrating single-molecule experiments and discrete stochastic models to understand heterogeneous gene transcription dynamics was published online in Elsevier Methods. Link to article
The 9th Annual q-bio Summer School took place at CSU, Fort Collins, Colorado.
Brian attended the The Complexity of Dynamics and Kinetics from Single Molecules to Cells Workshop at the Telluride Science Research Center in Telluride Colorado.
Brian gave an invited talk at the SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems, in Snowbird, Utah, USA.
Brian presented a seminar in the Math department at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
Brian visited Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
Congratulations to Lucas, who was recently selected to receive the 2015 Colorado Leadership Alliance 2015 Student Leader of the Year. See the press release here. Lucas will be honored at the 9News Civic Leadership Luncheon on March 19, 2015. See The Lucas Suazo Factor.