이번 초청연사는 KAIST의 Jae Kyoung Kim 교수님이시며,
"On the process of solving biological puzzles in collaboration between biologists and mathematicians"를 주제로 강연해주실 예정이십니다.
관심있는 분들의 많은 참여 부탁드립니다. 감사합니다.
Dear members of department of Bio and Brain Engineering,
Program of Brain and Cognitive Engineering will have the regular seminar this thursday.
Please see the below for reference.
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1. Title: "Feedback in Vision"
2. Speaker: Jae Kyoung, Kim, Assistant professor / KAIST
3. Date & Time: 2016. 11. 10, Thursday, PM 04:30~
4. Venue: 2F At room 219, Chungmoonsoul Bldg.(E16)
Anyone interested are welcome to attend seminar.
The revolution of molecular biology in the early 1980s has revealed complex biochemical interactions underlying biological systems. To understand this
complex system, collaborations between biologists and mathematician have played important roles. The collaboration, however, is not always successful,
and it is even difficult to resume or maintain the collaboration. In this talk, I will share my experience of solving various puzzles related to circadian
(~24hr) rhythms, including 60 years old one, in collaboration with various experimental labs. Specifically, I will present how the combination of
mathematical modeling and experiments have successfully identified molecular mechanisms underlying robust circadian timekeeping and circadian
regulation of disease (e.g. Cancer). At the end of talk, I hope I can deliver a tip for using the combination of theory and experiment.