Friday, August 11

MS36
Mathematical Modeling in Biology and Drug Design

1:30 PM-3:30 PM
Plumeria & Tiare (Salon 9 & 10)

This session focuses on the application of mathematical modeling in solving problems arising from DNA sequence analysis, protein and RNA folding, biomolecular dynamics, and drug design. The speakers who are researchers from biology, chemistry and physics disciplines, will present their point of view and discuss on how we can better contribute to the multidisciplinary effort in solving outstanding biological problems.

Organizer: Chen Yu Zong
National University of Singapore, Singapore
1:30-1:55 DNA Dynamics
E. W. Prohofsky, Purdue University, USA
2:00-2:25 Screening the Small Databases with a Parallel Docking Approach for the Discovery of New Drugs    
Jian Hua Shen, Xiao Min Luo, Feng Cheng, Xiao Cheng Jiang, De Xun Chen, Jin Cai Yang, Kai Xian Chen, Ru Yun Ji, and Hua Liang Jiang, Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica, China
Cancelled 2:30-2:55 Deadend Elimination Theorem and Application in Protein Modeling
Lai Lu Hua, Peking University, China
3:00-3:25 DNA Sequence Analysis
Chen Run Shen, Academia Sinica, China

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