Welcome to the

Mathematical and Computational Sciences Special Interest Group,

a forum for ISoP members

Next MCS SIG webinar will be in June 2021

Next MCS SIG webinar speakers

Will be announced soon

Mathematical and Computational Biology Seminar Series

Faculty members in the Mathematics Department at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst have organized a seminar series that may be of interest to members of the MCS SIG. Mathematical and computational researchers will present applications of MCS to problems in biology, medicine, and health sciences. Follow the link for the spring 2021 schedule.

Seminar link: https://mathseminars.org/seminar/UMassMathBio.

ACoP 11 (2020) MCS SIG Events

Meet the MCS SIG luncheon: 3pm - 4pm Eastern, Nov 11 2020

MCS SIG Poster Award:

Daniel Lill Efficient simulation of clinical target isoboles applied to drug combinations for malaria

MCS SIG Poster Walk:

Aymen Balti Nonlinear Dynamics Analysis within the Context of Cancer Combination Therapy

Abed E. Alnaif Mechanistic mathematical model to optimize drug delivery via intratumoral injection

Previous MCS SIG webinar speakers

Kelly Arnold Ph.D. A Systems Approach to Unravel Personalized Differences in Antibody-Fc Recepter Interactions After Vaccination

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Bree Aldrige Ph.D. Engineering multidrug therapies for tuberculosis using systematic in vitro measurement

No recording available

Heiko Enderling Ph.D. Integrating computer modeling into patient-specific radiation oncology decision making

Link to the webinar recording:


Trachette Jackson Ph.D. Mathematical Models of Targeted Cancer Therapeutics

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The mission of the International Society of Pharmacometrics (ISoP) is the promotion and advancement of the discipline of pharmacometrics, through Integration, Innovation, and Impact

The Division of Biological Physics, established in 1973, is composed of individuals who are interested in the study of biological phenomena using physical approaches and in investigations into the physical principles and mechanisms by which living organisms survive, adapt, and grow. The richness of life science phenomena gives biological physics a very broad scope, from answering fundamental questions about life to advancing the biomedical sciences by developing new drugs and diagnostics equipment.

The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) is a multidisicplinary organization of 14,000 members in applied mathematics and computational science. The SIAM Activity Group in the Life Sciences fosters the application of mathematics to the life sciences and research in mathematics that leads to new methods and techniques useful in the life sciences, including drug development. The Life Sciences group has about 850 members and organizes a topical conference in even years.

The Society for Mathematical Biology (SMB) is an international organization of thousands of members that combine mathematical and computational tools to study important open problems in the biological sciences presented in the Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. In addition to yearly meetings there are many award and funding opportunities for members.

The UK QSP Network has been formed by an enthusiastic group of UK and international scientists in industry and academia, to bring and nurture this new emerging area of science to the UK research space. The network is jointly funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and the Medical Research Council with recognised finanical support from Pfizer, AstraZeneca and GlaxoSmithKline.