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**Organizers**: Vrushali Bokil, Patrick De Leenheer and Enrique Thomann

**Contact**: Patrick De Leenheer

**Meeting time**: Wednesdays at 4pm in STAG 160

The Mathematical Biology Seminar attempts to bring together those interested in applying mathematical techniques to important biological problems. The seminar will be comprised of talks by students and faculty in mathematics as well as from several ecological and biological departments from across the Oregon State University campus. Talks revolve around the mathematics of infectious diseases, deterministic and stochastic models of population dynamics, spatial ecology, and genomics, among others.

Attendees are encouraged to join the mailing lists: student mailing list and faculty mailing list.

Date/Time | Location | Event Type | Local Speaker | Guest Speaker | Title |
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Wed, 2019-10-02 16:00 | STAG 160 | Mathematical Biology Seminar | Organizational Meeting | ||

Wed, 2019-10-09 16:00 | STAG 160 | Mathematical Biology Seminar | TBA | ||

Wed, 2019-11-13 16:00 | STAG 160 | Mathematical Biology Seminar | Will White | Cohort resonance and the stability of exploited populations in variable environments | |

Wed, 2019-11-20 16:00 | STAG 160 | Mathematical Biology Seminar | Bruce Menge | Conceptual modeling in community ecology: integration of the effects of environmental stress and productivity gradients on structuring processes in the context of climate change | |

Wed, 2019-11-27 16:00 | STAG 160 | Mathematical Biology Seminar | Patrick De Leenheer | Computing eigenvectors from eigenvalues | |

Wed, 2019-12-04 16:00 | STAG 160 | Mathematical Biology Seminar | Desiree Tullos | TBA | |

Wed, 2019-12-11 16:00 | STAG 160 | Mathematical Biology Seminar | Frederick Hamelin | Taking advantage of pathogen diversity and plant immunity to minimize disease prevalence |