Mathematical modeling is an effective resource for biologists since it provides ways to simplify, study and understand the complex systems common in biology and biochemistry. Many mathematical tools can be applied to biological problems, some traditional and some more novel, all innovative. This presentation will review the mathematical tools that I use to model and study biological issues of DNA-protein interactions.
Thursday, Feb. 9
For those who cannot attend in person, join via Zoom:
Colloquium - Candice Price Talk recording:
Associate Professor of Mathematical Sciences
Department of Mathematics and Statistics