Life, The Universe & Hot Dogs: How Fluids Help Cells Move

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Prof Wanda Strychalski will speak on mathematical modeling of biological systems.

A biological cell is the fundamental unit of life. Cell migration is a necessary process for embryonic development, wound healing, and immune responses. In order to migrate, signaling proteins trigger cytoskeletal remodeling and substrate adhesion that result in translocation. Accomplishing these tasks requires highly coordinated chemical and mechanical responses. Mathematical modeling is an important tool for determining how components in such a complex system interact with each other in order to understand the overall biological system. In this talk, we focus on mathematical modeling of cell migration and discuss the synergy between mathematics and biology.
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