Dissertation Announcements

 

2011 GRADUATION


Name Date Location Dissertation Title Advisor
Janani Ravi December 01, 2011 101 Life Sciences Building I Modeling the START Transition in the Budding Yeast Cell Cycle Dr. John J Tyson, University Distinguished Professor, Dept. of Biological Sciences
Katherine Wendelsdorf November 08, 2011 225 VBI Models of the Mucosal Inflammatory and Regulatory Immune Pathways: The Role of Host Response in Microbial Persistence and Pathogenesis Dr. Madhav Marathe, CS Dept and NDSSL-VBI and Dr. Stephen Eubank, NDSSL-VBI
Teeraphan (Oak) Laomettachit October 24, 2011 101 Life Sciences Building I Mathematical Modeling Approaches for Dynamical Analysis of Protein Regulatory Networks with Applications to the Budding Yeast Cell Cycle and the Circadian Rhythm in Cyanobacteria Dr. John J Tyson, University Distinguished Professor, Dept. of Biological Sciences
Christopher D Lasher August 10, 2011 VBI Auditorium Discovering Contextual Connections Between Biological Processes using High-throughput Data Dr. T M Murali, CS Dept and Padmavathy Rajagopalan, CHE Dept
Miheala Babiceanu June 15, 2011 225 VBI Analysis of the Allergenic Potential of the Ubiquitous Airborne Fungus Alternaria Using Bioinformatics Dr. Christopher Lawrence, VBI and Dept of Biological Sciences at VT
Lee Falin May 16, 2011 VBI Conference Room 268 Systems Uncertainty in Systems Biology & Gene Function Prediction Brett Tyler, Plant Pathology and Weed Science and the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute
Lakshmi Dharmarajan May 09, 2011 VBI Conference Room 268 Structure-Function Studies on Two Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxylases Biswarup Mukhopdyay, the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute
Shiv Dutt Kale May 09, 2011 VBI Conference Room 268 How Oomycete and Fungal Effectors Enter Host Cells and Promote Infection Brett Tyler, Plant Pathology and Weed Science and the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute
Rajat Singhania May 09, 2011 VBI Conference Room 268 Modeling Protein Regulatory Networks that Control Mammalian Cell Cycle Progression and that Exhibit Near-Perfect Adaptive Responses John Tyson, Biological Sciences Department
Bryan Leroy Lewis May 09, 2011 VBI Conference Room 268 In Silico Public Health: The Essential Role of Highly Detailed Simulations in Support of Public Health Decision-Making Brett Tyler, Plant Pathology and Weed Science and the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute
Zhanghan Wu May 09, 2011 VBI Conference Room 268 Understanding molecular and cellular processes using Statistical Physics John Tyson, Biological Sciences Department


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