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PHY2709 F SpecializedQuantitative Biology of Systems, Organisms and Populations

Course Title PHY2709 F Specialized
Session fall
Year of Study 1st year
Time and Location Time: M 4-6
Room: MP505

Anton  Zilman (coordinator)
MP503
416-978-4946

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This course focuses on the collective behavior of cellular populations coordinated and regulated by  intra  and inter-cellular genetic and signaling pathways. We will introduce the mathematical tools to model such non-linear processes, both in a deterministic as well as in a stochastic framework and discuss connection between traditional tools with the current machine learning approaches to various problems. We will cover biological case studies such as microbial population dynamics, the mammalian immune response, disease epidemics, cell differentiation, development and morphogenesis and behavior of neuronal assemblies. Special topics might include biophysics of specific organs, such heart, liver and the brain.