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.
See below for upcoming seminars or access the seminar archive
Wednesdays at noon in KIDD 236