Welcome to the
Biomathematics Career Initiative
@ SUNY Geneseo

Geneseo GREAT Day Biomath Presentations

Biomath Summer 2009 Research Program Application

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Biomathematics Minor, from the Geneseo Bulletin

Undergraduate Research Symposium in
Biology and Mathematics, Summer 2008

Summer 2008 Undergraduate Researchers

Front Row: Kevin Aagaard
Back Row: Niki Sprentall, Scott Vrooman, Jerry Varughese, Dennis Ruppe, Hannah Miller

Crowne Plaza in Niagara Falls
APRIL 18-19 2008

Colin Kremer Wins Volterra Prize!

Colin Kremer ('08) has won the Ecological Society of America's Theoretical Ecology Section Volterra Prize for best oral presentation by a student at this year's meeting in San Jose, California (August, 2007). Colin's research is an investigation of how chaotic dynamics are lost in a small-world network metapopulation. Colin, a SUNY Geneseo President's Scholar, was the only undergraduate among a collection of graduate students. Way to go Colin!

Our program is funded through a National Science Foundation grant for Interdisciplinary Training in Undergraduate Biology and Mathematics (UBM). Please feel free to read our project description. Our goal is to address problems that reach across these disciplinary borders and to help train undergraduates for graduate school and careers in biomathematics.

Info on our past "Undergraduate Research Symposium on Biomathematics" that was held here at SUNY Geneseo on 21-22 April, 2006.

Principal Investigators:
Gregg Hartvigsen (Biology)
Chris Leary (Mathematics)
Tony Macula (Mathematics)
Wendy Pogozelski (Biochemistry)

Site maintained by Gregg Hartvigsen