1st ASHBi Mathematical Biology Workshop on August 23rd, 2019


ASHBi has been advancing intersectional researches between life sciences and mathematics.

Now we will have our 1st Mathematical Biology Workshop in order to shift our research forward.


ASHBi Math-Bio 1st Workshop 2019 poster cover




10am-6pm on Friday, 23rd August 2019



Seminar room (2F), KUIAS main building, Kyoto University

Access to KUIAS



Masakazu Akiyama (MIMS, Meiji University)

Cantas Alev (ASHBi*, Kyoto University)  *2019 July–

Yusuke Imoto (ASHBi, Kyoto University)

Shingo Iwami (Department of Biology, Kyushu University)

Yoji Kojima (CiRA, Kyoto University)

Hideki Ueno (Department of Microbiology, Global Health and Emerging Pathogens institute, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai)


Time Schedule

10:00-10:50   Hideki Ueno
“Human T cell differentiation and potential application of mathematical modeling”

11:00-11:50   Shingo Iwami
“Mathematical model-based approach for quantitative data analysis in life sciences”

13:30-14:20   Cantas Alev
“Recapitulating human mesoderm development in vitro”

14:30-15:20   Masakazu Akiyama
“Experimental and theoretical study on biological left-right asymmetry”

15:50-16:40   Yoji Kojima
“Decoding the transcriptional network of human germ cell specification”

16:50-17:40   Yusuke Imoto
“Statistical causal discovery for gene regulatory network”



Yusuke Imoto, Yasu Hiraoka (ASHBi, Kyoto University)


Contact: imoto.yusuke.4e[*]

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Hosted by Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Biology (ASHBi), Kyoto University