Math Modeling Affinity Group

The Fred Hutch Math Modeling Affinity Group is headed by Josh Schiffer and Dobromir Dimitrov and focuses on using modeling to gain insights into infectious disease pathogenesis, immunology, epidemiology, cancer and ecology.

Meetings consist of talks held once a month at Fred Hutch's Eastlake building. In addition, the group periodically hosts happy hours to bring the Seattle modeling community together.

For more information or to be added to the distribution list, please contact Emma Leeming.

Upcoming Seminars

11am, Tuesday January 7, 2020

Details to follow

Recent Seminars

Modeling the potential for HIV population-level adaptation in response to a vaccine

Joshua Herbeck, PhD
Department of Global Health, University of Washington


Translational multiomics demonstrates longitudinal mechanisms of asthma pathogenesis

Matthew C. Altman, M.D., M.A.
Center for Allergy and Inflammation, University of Washington Medicine

November 2019

Mathematical models of invasion and evolution in adenocarcinomas

Chay Paterson, PhD
Department of Mathematics, University of Washington

October 2019