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BIOS 276: Measuring and Predicting Spatial Patterns

The goal of our workshop course will be to introduce students in the biomedical sciences to the basic quantitative tools of statistical physics and theoretical ecology that can be used to describe changing spatial patterns and collective movement in cell systems. Recent advances in imaging have led to new research questions on collective movement and spatial pattern in cells. We will work with data from current student research projects, to apply quantitative methods that have been developed for similar processes at other scales, including particles and whole organisms.
Terms: Win | Units: 1 | Grading: Medical Satisfactory/No Credit
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