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Summer Schools in Computational Modeling

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When 2011-06-12 08:00 AM to
2011-06-17 05:05 PM
Where Yale University
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Annual summer school in computational modeling of the NIH Modeling Immunity for Biodefense program. Hosted by the Mt. Sinai immune modeling center.

Yale University will host the Summer School in Computational Immunology from June 11 to 16, 2011. Applications are due by March 18, 2011.

This five-day course is intended for experimental immunologists who desire an introduction to mathematical/computational modeling techniques and their applications to problems in immunology. Computational biology graduate students at the earliest stages of their studies are also welcome to apply. No computational modeling experience is required.

Morning lectures will be followed by afternoon tutorials and hands-on lab sessions in computational modeling. This summer school will introduce students to a range of methods including the following topics

  1. Deterministic and stochastic modeling techniques 2. Parameter estimation 3. Model selection 4. Bioinformatics for interactions and pathway analysis

The 2011 Symposium in Computational Immunology will be held on June 17, 2011, at Yale University, directly following the summer school. The symposium is open to the public. Attendance at the summer school is not a prerequisite.

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