Modeling and Simulation in Systems Biology
Center for Quantitative Medicine, University of Connecticut Health Center, 263 Farmington Ave, Farmington, CT 06032
A 10-week, in-residence, intensive summer research program, focused on modeling and simulation in systems biology, for U.S. citizen or permanent resident undergraduate students from around the United States and Puerto Rico. It will provide participants with a broad view of available career opportunities for mathematical scientists in academia, industry, and government. Participants will have the opportunity to expand their professional network of peers and mentors.
Vera-Licona’s Research Group Involvement
For the period of 2015-2018, Dr. Vera-Licona was co-Principal Investigator in the program together with Dr. Laubenbacher.
Dr. Vera-Licona also has worked as mentor on the following projects:
Project Title: Pipeline to Infer Brain Connectivity Networks from fMRI Data.
Students: Christopher Tseng (Emory University) and Shichao Wang (University of Pennsylvania).
Students: Erin Boggess (Simpson College) and Tiffany Jann (University of California, Berkeley).
Project Title: Dynamic Connectivity in Neural Networks Engaged for Emotional Regulation Students: Katherine Thai (Rutgers University) and Luke Wohlford (University of Arizona).