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ACMS Featured in PLoS ONE

September 29, 2010

PLoS ONE, a journal for peer-reviewed scientific and medical research, has published the paper "Bare Bones Pattern Formation: A Core Regulatory Network in Varying Geometries Reproduces Major Features of Vertebrate Limb Development and Evolution."  Written by Dr. Jianfeng Zhu (Department of Mathematics, University of Notre Dame), Dr. Yongtao Zhang (ACMS), Dr. Mark Alber (ACMS), and Dr. Stuart Newman (Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy, New York Medical College), the paper discusses vertebrate limb development and bare bones framework.  To view the full article, please visit the following site:…

ACMS Featured in Harvard Medical School Blog

September 29, 2010

The Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics has been featured in "It Takes 30," the blog from the Department of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School.  The entry revolves around research on blood clot formation, which includes collaboration from ACMS faculty members Dr. Mark Alber and Dr. Zhiliang Xu and ACMS graduate student Joshua Lioi.  To view the full blog entry, including a video of the formation of a clot, please visit:…