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  1. CAIMS Distinguished Lectures in Mathematical Biology.
    The purpose of the annual CAIMS Distinguished Lecture in Mathematical Biology is to (i) provide access to high quality international speakers in mathematical biology to all interested campuses and mathematical biology programs in Canada; (ii) encourage mathematical biology dialogue across Canada by providing researchers across the country with a common speaker series; (iii) raise the profiles of mathematical biology and CAIMS in Canada; (iv) provide smaller programs (with limited resources) access to high calibre international speakers. If you want to host such a lecture in your institute, please contact Dr. Xingfu Zou at ( xzou@uwo.ca ).

    Past and upcoming Distinguished Lectures:

    • *2020: Jimmy Garnier from CNRS at the Université de Savoie-Mont Blanc (France), talk given at the University of Alberta (hosted by Mark Lewis and Rebecca Tyson (UBC))
    • *2019:  Simon Levin from Princeton University,
      talk at the University of Victoria (hosted by Pauline van den Driessche)
    • *2018: Christina Cobbold from University of Glasgow, talk given at University of Ottawa (hosted by Frithjof Lutscher)
    • *2017: Kevin Painter from Hariot-Watt University,  talk given at the University of Alberta (host by Thomas Hillen)
    • *2016: Michael Bonsall from Oxford University, talk given at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan (hosted by Rebecca Tyson)
    • *2015: Laurent Pujo-Menjouet from University of Lyon,talk-part-1 and part-2 given at York University (hosted by Jianhong Wu)
  2. Other events sponsored/organized by CAIMS MathBio Activity Group
  3. Our members are also actively involved in organizing various events
    in mathematical biology. Below are some recent examples: