Publications

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Refereed Journal Papers

  1. A. E. Rundell, S. V. Drakunov, and R. A. DeCarlo, "A sliding mode observer and controller for stabilization of rotational motion of a vertical shaft magnetic bearing," IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, vol. 4, pp. 598-608, 1996.
  2. A. Rundell, R. DeCarlo, H. HogenEsch, and P. Doerschuk, "The humoral immune response to Haemophilus influenzae Type b: A mathematical model based on T-zone and germinal center B-cell dynamics," Journal of Theoretical Biology, vol. 194, pp. 341-381, 1998.
  3. A. E. Rundell, R. DeCarlo, V. Balakrishnan, and H. HogenEsch, "Systematic method for determining intravenous drug treatment strategies aiding the humoral immune response," IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, vol. 45, pp. 429-439, 1998.
  4. R. Danczyk, B. Krieder, A. North, T. Webster, H. HogenEsch, and A. Rundell, "Comparison of antibody functionality using different immobilization methods," Biotechnology and Bioengineering, vol. 84, pp. 215-223, 2003.
  5. Y. N. Zheng and A. Rundell, "Biosensor immunosurface engineering inspired by B-cell membrane-bound antibodies: Modeling and analysis of multivalent antigen capture by immobilized antibodies," IEEE Transactions on Nanobioscience, vol. 2, pp. 14-25, 2003.
  6. D. O. Freytes, A. E. Rundell, J. Vande Geest, D. A. Vorp, T. J. Webster, and S. F. Badylak, "Analytically derived material properties of multilaminated extracellular matrix devices using the ball-burst test," Biomaterials, vol. 26, pp. 5518-5531, 2005.
  7. D. O. Freytes, S. F. Badylak, T. J. Webster, L. A. Geddes, and A. E. Rundell, "Biaxial strength of multilaminated extracellular matrix scaffolds," Biomaterials, vol. 25, pp. 2353-2361, 2004.
  8. Y. N. Zheng, V. Balakrishnan, G. Buzzard, R. Geahlen, M. Harrison, and A. Rundell, "Modeling and analysis of early events in T-lymphocyte antigen-activated intracellular-signaling pathways," Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, vol. 184, pp. 320-341, 2005.
  9. L. A. Geddes, R. A. Roeder, A. E. Rundell, M. P. Otlewski, A. E. Kemeny, and A. E. Lottes, "The natural biochemical changes during ventricular fibrillation with cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the onset of postdefibrillation pulseless electrical activity," American Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol. 24, pp. 577-581, 2006.
  10. M. R. Maurya, S. Katare, P. R. Patkar, A. E. Rundell, and V. Venkatasubramanian, "A systematic framework for the design of reduced-order models for signal transduction pathways from a control theoretic perspective," Computers & Chemical Engineering, vol. 30, pp. 437-452, 2006.
  11. E. Sherer, R. E. Hannemann, A. Rundell, and D. Ramkrishna, "Analysis of resonance chemotherapy in leukemia treatment via multi-staged population balance models," Journal of Theoretical Biology, vol. 240, pp. 648-661, 2006.
  12. P. V. III. Tuttle, A. E. Rundell, and T. J. Webster, "Influence of biologically inspired nanometer surface roughness on antigen-antibody interactions for immunoassay-biosensor applications," International Journal of Nanomedicine, vol. 1, pp. 497-505, 2006.
  13. Y. Zheng and A. Rundell, "Comparative study of parameter sensitivity analyses of the TCR-activated Erk-MAPK signalling pathway," IEE Proceedings Systems Biology, vol. 153, pp. 201-211, 2006.
  14. L. A. Geddes, A. Rundell, A. Lottes, A. Kemeny, and M. Otlewski, "A new cardiopulmonary resuscitation method using only rhythmic abdominal compression - A preliminary report," American Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol. 25, pp. 786-790, 2007.
  15. A. E. Lottes, A. E. Rundell, L. A. Geddes, A. E. Kemeny, M. P. Otlewski, and C. F. Babbs, "Sustained abdominal compression during CPR raises coronary perfusion pressures as much as vasopressor drugs," Resuscitation, vol. 75, pp. 515-524, 2007.
  16. A. L. Russ, K. M. Haberstroh, and A. E. Rundell, "Experimental strategies to improve in vitro models of renal ischemia," Experimental and Molecular Pathology, vol. 83, pp. 143-159, 2007.
  17. E. Sherer, R. E. Hannemann, A. Rundell, and D. Ramkrishna, "Estimation of likely cancer cure using first- and second-order product densities of population balance models," Annals of Biomedical Engineering, vol. 35, pp. 903-915, 2007.
  18. E. Sherer, E. Tocce, R.E. Hannemann, A. Rundell, D. Ramkrishna, "Identification of age-structured models: Cell cycle phase transitions," Biotechnology and Bioengineering 99(4):960-974, 2008.
  19. E. Sherer, R.E. Hannemann, A.E. Rundell, D. Ramkrishna, "Application of stochastic equations of population balances to sterilization processes," Chemical Engineering Science, 64 (2009) pp. 764 - 774.
  20. M. Pargett, M. Otlewski, L.A. Geddes, and A.E. Rundell, "Only rhythmic abdominal compression CPR ventilates without supplemental breaths and provides effective blood circulation," Resuscitation, 79 (2008), pp. 460-467.
  21. Z. Zi, Y. Zheng, A. Rundell, E. Klipp, SBML-SAT: A systems biology markup language (SBML) based sensitivity analysis toolbox, BMC Bioinformatics, vol. 9, Aug 15 2008. Note: Received recognition as being: 'Highly accessed'
  22. A. L. Russ, I.A. Dadarlat, K.M. Haberstroh, and A. E. Rundell, "Investigating the role of ischemia versus elevated hydrostatic pressure associated with acute obstructive uropathy," Annals of Biomedical Engineering, 37(7):1415-1424, July 2009.
  23. J. Bazil, G. Buzzard, and A. E. Rundell, "A mathematical model of cardiac mitochondrial bioenergetics including K+-dependent volume regulation", in revision/submission
  24. A. L. Russ, D. E. Anderson, J. J. McGill, K. M. Haberstroh, and A. E. Rundell "Ischemia's Proliferative and Morphological Effects: Analyzing the Roles of Hypoxia, Hypercapnia, and Glucose", in submission
  25. M. Donahue, G. Buzzard, and A. E. Rundell, "Experiment design through dynamical characterization of systems biology models utilizing sparse grids", in submission

Refereed Conference or Symposium Papers

  1. A. E. Rundell, H. HogenEsch, and R. DeCarlo, "Enhanced modeling of the immune system to incorporate natural killer cells and memory," Proceedings of the 1995 American Control Conference, vol. 1, pp. 255-259, July 1995.
  2. A. E. Rundell, S. Drakunov, and R. DeCarlo, "Rotational motion stabilization for a vertical shaft magnetic bearing with a sliding model controller and observer," Proceedings of the 1996 IEEE International Conference on Control Applications, pp 662-667, Sept. 1996.
  3. A. E. Rundell, R. DeCarlo, V. Balakrishnan, and H. HogenEsch, "Investigations into treatment strategies aiding the immune response to Haemophilus Influenzae," Proceedings of the 1997 American Control Conference, pp. 208-212, June 1997.
  4. A. E. Rundell, R. DeCarlo, P. Doerschuk, and H. HogenEsch, "Parameter identification for an autonomous 11th order nonlinear model of a physiological process," Proceedings of the 1998 American Control Conference, American Automatic Control Council. vol. 6, pp. 3585-9, 1998.
  5. R.C. Danczyk, A.R. Baker, A. Gaba, M.R. Ladisch, T.J. Webster, A. E. Rundell "Immuno-surface fabrication for biosensor optimization," Proceedings of the Second Joint EMBS/BMES Conference, Houston, TX, pp. 1714 - 1715, October 23-26, 2002.
  6. Y. Zheng, T. Lozito, V. Balakrishnan, M. Harrison, and A. Rundell "Stochastic simulation of a T-cell signaling pathway," Proceedings of the Second Joint EMBS/BMES Conference, Houston, TX, pp. 2237-2238, October 23-26, 2002.
  7. S. Noble, E. Sherer, D. Ramkrishna, A. E. Rundell, "Achieving targeted granulocyte differentiation through the use of interpolation and optimization techniques," American Control Conference, Seattle, WA, USA 2008.
  8. S. Noble, A.E. Rundell, Targeting a fixed percentage of granulocyte differentiation using experiments designed via nonlinear model predictive control, Accepted for presentation at American Control Conference, St. Louis, MO, 2009
  9. M. M. Donahue, G. Buzzard, A. E. Rundell, Robust parameter identification with adaptive sparse grid-based optimization for nonlinear systems biology models, Accepted for presentation at American Control Conference, St. Louis, MO, 2009.
  10. M. M. Donahue, A. E. Rundell, Parameter Identification for Systems Biology Models with Focused Sparse Grid Based Interpolation, Accepted for presentation at Foundations of Systems Biology Engineering, Denver CO, 2009.

Books and Chapters in Books

  1. M. M. Donahue, W. Zhang, M.L. Harrison, J. Hu, and A. E. Rundell, "Employing Optimization and Sensitivity Analyses Tools to Generate and Analyze Mathematical Models of T cell Signaling Events," D.P.M. Pardalos, Ed.: AIP Conference Proceedings Volume 953 pgs 43-63 DATA MINING, SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND OPTIMIZATION IN BIOMEDICINE Gainesville (FL), 28-30 March 2007
  2. M. M. Donahue, G. Buzzard, and A. E. Rundell, "Parameter Identification with Adaptive Sparse Grid-based Optimization for Models of Cellular Processes," J. Hahn, A. Jayaraman, Eds.: for series of books on 'Methods in Bioengineering' to be published by Artech House. The editors of the book series are Professor Martin L. Yarmush, Harvard Medical School and Professor Robert S. Langer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Contributed Conference/Symposium Presentations

  1. A. E. Rundell, N. Newbury, J. Kyung, G. Rowe, D. Tremblay, T. Jeys, A. Sanchez, C. Primmerman, C. Rogers, M. Muilenberg, H. Burge, "Statistical and temporal characterization of the total and fluorescent coarse aerosol," American Association for Aerosol Research, p. 386 October 1999.
  2. A. Young, T. Rider, M. Petrovick, A. Rundell, J. Chen, M. Hollis, "Biosensing based on B cells transfected with aequorin," Sixth World Congress on Biosensors' Proceedings in San Diego, CA, May 24-26, 2000.
  3. A.E. Rundell, A. Young, M. Hollis, "Modeling B-cell calcium dynamics induced by antigen binding to surface antibodies," World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Chicago, IL, July 25, 2000.
  4. Y. Zheng, P. Tuttle, R. Danczyk, H. HogenEsch, T. Webster, A. Rundell, "A kinetic analysis of the non-specific interactions at biosensor immuno-surfaces," Invited presentation at BMES, Nashville, TN, October 2003.
  5. M. R. Maurya, S.R. Katare, P. Patkar, A. Rundell and V. Venkatasubramanian, "Control theoretic perspective of mitogen activated protein kinase signaling pathways," Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Chemical Engineering Society, San Francisco, CA, November 2003.
  6. A. Lottes, J. McCann, A. Brightman, A. Ivanisevic, S. Voytik-Harbin, A. Rundell, "An introductory BME laboratory integrating biomolecules, cells, quantitative analysis and design," Podium presentation at BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, October 13-16, 2004.
  7. Y. Zheng, V. Balakrishnan, R. Geahlen, M. Harrison, A. Rundell, "Utilizing reduced-order models for the analysis of early events in T lymphocyte antigen-activated signaling pathways,", Podium presentation at AICHE Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, November 2004.
  8. E. Sherer, R. Hannemann, A. Rundell, D. Ramkrishna, "Kinetic effects of Camptothecin on leukemia cells," Podium presentation at AICHE Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, November 2004.
  9. E. Sherer, R. Hannemann, A. Rundell, D. Ramkrishna, "Customized leukemia chemotherapy using an age-structured population balance", Podium presentation at AICHE Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH, 2005.
  10. Y. Zheng, M. Harrison, and A. Rundell, "Experimentation, modeling and parameter sensitivity analysis suggest a role of Erk in receptor down-modulation during T cell signaling," Podium presentation at AICHE Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH, 2005.
  11. S. Bhatia, A. Kyle, J. Bazil, B. Moerdyk, A. Brightman, G. Graber, A. Sieving, T. Talavage, and A. Rundell "A laboratory encouraging learning of bioinstrumentation, bioelectric, and measurement principles," Podium presentation at BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 2005.
  12. A. Brightman, S. Voytik Harbin, A. Rundell, A. Ivanisevic, "Web-based learning tool as a complement to a BME undergraduate laboratory," Podium presentation at BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 2005.
  13. Y. Zheng, M. Harrison, and A. Rundell, "Model-assisted delineation of a feedback regulation of T cell receptor MAPK signaling," Podium presentation at BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 2005.
  14. J. McGill, A. Russ, K. Haberstroh, A. Rundell, "Simulated ischemia alters proximal tubule cell morphology," Podium presentation at BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2006.
  15. J. McCann-Brown, A. Sieving, S. Voytik-Harbin, A. Rundell, and A.O. Brightman "An integrated instructional laboratory sequence for developing design skills in BME," Podium presentation at BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2006.
  16. J. Bazil, A. Kyle, S. Bhatia, B. Moerdyk, A. Brightman, G. Graber, A. Sieving, T. Talavage, A. Rundell, "Bioinstrumentation Instruction through Hybrid Wet/Circuit Laboratory Activities", Podium presentation at ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Chicago, IL, 2006.
  17. M. Donahue, M. Harrison, A. E. Rundell, "Deducing the dominant regulatory structures within the T cell receptor activated Erk pathway," Invited Podium Presentation at AICHE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, 2007.
  18. J.A. McCann-Brown, A. Sieving, E. Bartlett, A.O. Brightman, S.L. Voytik-Harbin, and A. E. Rundell, "Integrating course learning objectives, assessment, and mentoring in a capstone design course," Podium Presentation at BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, 2007.
  19. M. Mahoney, Y. Zheng, M. Harrison, A. E. Rundell, "Analyzing the T cell receptor activated Erk pathway through evolution of minimal models," Podium Presentation at BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, 2007.
  20. J.A. McCann-Brown, A. Sieving, B. Bell, S. Kreger, N. Zhou, A.O. Brightman, A. E. Rundell, and S. Voytik-Harbin "Challenges in mentoring individuals in biomedical engineering team design projects," Capstone Design Conference at the University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, Paper #11826, June 13-15, 2007.
  21. M. M. Donahue, J. Bazil, G. Buzzard, A. E. Rundell, "Embedding Global Sensitivity Analysis within Global Optimization to Constrain and Quantify Parametric and Structural Model Uncertainty" Podium Presentation at SIAM, Montreal CA, 2008.
  22. M. M. Donahue and A. E. Rundell, "Open loop control experiment design derived from nonlinear model predictive control for cellular systems," Podium presentation at BMES Annual Fall Meeting, St. Louis, MO, 2008.
  23. A. E. Rundell, M. M. Donahue, S. Noble, "Customizing Drug Regimes Using Robust Nonlinear Model Predictive Control", accepted for Podium presentation at SIAM, Denver CO, July 2009.
  24. M. Donahue, A. E. Rundell, "Specifying Experiment Design Points to Discern Between Hypotheses for Models of Intracellular Signaling Pathways using Sparse grids," Invited Podium Presentation at AICHE Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, 2009.

Conference Posters and Abstracts

  1. N. Newbury, T. Jeys, R. Brady, V. Daneu, A. Decew, S. Dicecca, J. Kyung, G. Rowe, A. Rundell, A. Sanchez, C. Primmerman, F. Reyes, D. Sickenberger, R. Smardzewski, "A UV-fluorescence based bio-aerosol detector," American Association for Aerosol Research, p. 349 October 1999.
  2. Y. Zheng, A. North, R. Danczyk, T. Webster, H. HogenEsch, and A. Rundell, "Exploring antigen valency and size effects on capture by immuno-surfaces through analysis and experimentation," IEEE-EMBS Conference on Microtechnologies in Medicine and Biology, May 2002.
  3. A. Rundell, Y. Zheng, V. Balakrishnan, M. Harrison, "Modeling the T-cell MAPK signaling pathway," Gordon Research Conference on Theoretical Biology and Biomathematics, June 2002.
  4. H. Oh, A. Lottes, H. HogenEsch, M. Ladish, A. Rundell, J. Hutchcroft, "Development of a cell-based biosensor using toll-like receptors," 32nd Annual Autumn Immunology Conference, Chicago, IL, 2003.
  5. Y. Zheng, A. Rundell, V. Balakrishnan, R. Geahlen, M. Harrison, "Delineating the T-cell antigen activated MAPK signaling pathway: A systems engineering approach," Second International Symposium on Computational Cell Biology, Lennox, MA, March 23-25, 2003.
  6. A. Russ, J. Martin, K. Haberstroh, A. Rundell, "Preliminary quantitative analysis of renal cell mechanosignal transduction in response to a physiologically relevant pressure stimulus," Second International Symposium on Computational Cell Biology, Lennox, MA, March 23-25, 2003.
  7. C. Jou, A. Lottes, H. Oh, A. Rundell, J. Hutchcroft, "Exploring innate immune cell biosensors," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Nashville, TN, October 2003.
  8. Y. Zheng, M. Harrison, R. Geahlen, V. Balakrishnan, A. Rundell, "Development of a two-compartment model for the TCR-activated MAPK pathway: An integrated approach," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Nashville, TN, October 2003.
  9. P. Tuttle, R. Danczyk, H. HogenEsch, T. Webster, A. Rundell, "Development of ceramic controlled nano-structured surface roughness for antibody-based biosensors," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Nashville, TN, October 2003.
  10. A. Russ, J. Martin, A. Rundell, and K. Haberstroh, "Design of a novel pressure chamber for investigating real-time renal cell responses to a physiologically relevant pressure stimulus," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Nashville, TN, October 2003.
  11. A. Lottes, H. Oh, H. HogenEsch, J. Hutchcroft, A. Rundell, "Exploring selective activation of innate immune cells for biosensor development," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Nashville, TN, October 2003.
  12. A. Russ, J. Martin, A. Rundell, and K. Haberstroh, "A novel chamber designed to quantify real-time renal cell response to hypoxia and/or pressure," Presented at 30th NE Bioengineering Conference, Worchester, MA, April 17-18, 2004.
  13. A. Lottes, H. Oh, H. HogenEsch, M. Ladisch, J. Hutchcroft, A. Rundell, "Investigating pathogen-specific TLR signaling of innate immune cells for biosensor applications," Presented at 30th NE Bioengineering Conference, Worchester, MA, April 17-18, 2004.
  14. Y. Zheng, M. Harrison, A. Rundell, "Regulation of early signaling events in T cells," 6th Biocomplexity Workshop, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, May 2004
  15. Y. Zheng, V. Balakrishnan, R. Geahlen, M. Harrison, A. Rundell, "Delineating the role of the Erk-mediated regulation of the early T cell antigen-activated signaling," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, October 13-16, 2004.
  16. A. Russ, A. Rundell, K. Haberstroh, "Investigating renal cell response to conditions associated with acute renal failure," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, October 13-16, 2004.
  17. P. Tuttle, H. HogenEsch, A. Rundell, T. Webster, "Cell mimicked nano-structured surface roughness membranes for antibody-based biosensors," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, October 13-16, 2004.
  18. C. Creecy, Y. Zheng, A. Rundell, "Regulation of the early T cell antigen-activated signaling pathway," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, October 13-16, 2004.
  19. E. Sherer, R. Hannemann, A. Rundell, D. Ramkrishna, "Evaluation of leukemia patient non-compliance during maintenance chemotherapy: A population balance modeling of RBC maturation," AICHE Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH, 2005.
  20. Y. Zheng, R. Geahlen, M. Harrison, V. Balakrishnan, and A. Rundell, "Study on the feedback regulation of the T cell signaling pathway through the MAP kinase using a systems biology approach," Poster presented at the 3rd International Computational Cell Biology Symposium, Lennox, MA, March 2005.
  21. E. Sherer, R. Hannemann, A. Rundell, D. Ramkrishna, "Kinetic effects of camptothecin on leukemic cells," 7th Biocomplexity Workshop, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, May 2005.
  22. Y. Zheng, M. Harrison, and A. E. Rundell, "Quantitative evaluation of proposed hypotheses for regulation of early T-cell signaling events," 7th Biocomplexity Workshop, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, May 2005.
  23. A. E. Lottes, A.E. Kemeny, M.P. Otlewski, R.A. Roeder, L.A. Geddes and A.E. Rundell, "An investigation of factors associated with post-defibrillation pulseless electrical activity," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 2005.
  24. A. Russ, A. Rundell, K. Haberstroh, "An in vitro model of renal cell ischemia," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 2005.
  25. E. Sherer, R. Hannemann, A. Rundell, D. Ramkrishna, "Evaluation of leukemia chemotherapy using stochastic equations of population balance models,", AICHE Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2006.
  26. A. Lottes, A. Kemeny, M. Otlewski, L. Geddes, A. Rundell, "The effects of constant abdominal compression on coronary perfusion pressure during ventricular fibrillation and CPR," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2006.
  27. M. Mahoney, A. Dijibo, Y. Zheng, M. Harrison, A. Rundell, "Identifying strategies from a sensitivity analysis to mediate the T cell Erk dynamics," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2006.
  28. E. Sherer, R. Hannemann, A. Rundell, D. Ramkrishna, "Evaluation of leukemia chemotherapy using stochastic equations of population balance models," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2006.
  29. A. Russ, J. McGill, K. Haberstroh, A. Rundell, "Integrating multiple stimuli alters outcome in an in vitro model of renal ischemia," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2006.
  30. J. Bazil, M. Porterfield, G. Buzzard, A. E. Rundell, "Model analysis suggests potential origins of pulseless electrical activity," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2006.
  31. A. Russ, A. Rundell, K. Haberstroh, " Combining hypoxia and hypercapnia to model renal ischemia," Keystone Symposium on Hypoxia and Development, Physiology and Disease, 2006.
  32. E. Sherer, R. Hannemann, A. Rundell, D. Ramkrishna, "A structured model of RBC differentiation for predicting 6MP efficacy in childhood ALL," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, 2007.
  33. A. Russ, K.M. Haberstroh, and A. E. Rundell, "Simulating renal ischemia with low O2, elevated CO2, and glucose depletion alters cellular behavior," International Hypoxia Symposia, Alberta, Canada, 2007.
  34. J. Bazil, G. Buzzard, A. E. Rundell, "Sensitivity analysis reveals key components of cardiac mitochondrial bioenergetics subjected to simulated ischemia," BMES Annual Fall Meeting, St. Louis, MO, 2008.
  35. M. M. Donahue, A. E. Rundell, "Nonlinear model predictive control of MAPK signaling dynamics in T cells," Cold Spring Harbor, Cell Engineering, December 2008.

External Invited Presentations

  1. Sept 24, 2002, "Current and Emerging Biosensor Technology", National Defense University, Biosensor Workshop, Fort McNair, District of Columbia.
  2. Oct 7, 2002, "System-Level Analysis of the T-cell MAPK Signaling Pathway", Indiana University, School of Medicine, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Seminar Series: Indianapolis, IN.
  3. Dec 13, 2002, "Cell-based Biosensors", IEEE-EMBS sectional meeting, West Lafayette, IN.
  4. Jan 6, 2003, "Exploring the T-cell MAPK Signaling Pathway Through Systems Analysis", IIT Madras, India.
  5. April 16, 2004 "Investigations into the Initial Regulation of T-cell Receptor Activated Signaling Pathways", IUPUI, Biomedical Engineering Graduate Seminar.
  6. September 21, 2004 "Mathematical modeling and analysis of T-cell signaling", Integrating Disparate Data to Simulate Lymphocyte Function; Cold Spring Harbor, Banbury Center.
  7. September 5, 2008, "The genesis and analysis of a mathematical model to identify cardiac mitochondrial bioenergetic components involved in mitochondrial permeability transition during ischemia," The Cardiovascular Seminar Series at the University of Kentucky, College of Medicine, Lexington, KY.
  8. November 3, 2008, "Robust system identification and control of cellular processes," The Chemical Engineering Seminar Series at the Cornell University, Ithaca NY.
  9. November 21, 2008, "Robust system identification and control of cellular processes," The Controls Group Seminar Series at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI.
  10. May 14, 2009, "Tuning Maintenance Chemotherapy Regimes For Childhood ALL Using Nonlinear Model Predictive Control," Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center, Columbia University, New York City, NY