Contributed lectures

  1. (Seminar) Improving the Hodgkin and Huxley model by taking diffusion into account. Seminario Interuniversitario de Investigación en Ciencias Matemáticas. Marzo, 2012, UPR-Mayaguez.
  2. (Lecture) Relating ion channel expression, bifurcation structure, and firing patterns in a biophysical model of a motor neuron. Seminario Interuniversitario de Investigación en Ciencias Matemáticas. Marzo, 2012, UPR-Mayaguez.
  3. (Lecture) Reactivación conjunta en el cerebro medio y el hipocampo. Seminario de Investigación. Building Research Infrastructure Program, UPRC, Enero, 2012.
  4. (Seminar) First principles approach to the study of complex adaptive systems in physiology. BRIC program, Institute for Interdisciplinary Research, University of Puerto Rico in Cayey, October, 2011.
  5. (Seminar) Undergraduate research opportunities in Neurophysiology and Biophysics: Emergence and reactivation of neural traces. RISE seminar, Department of Biology, University of Puerto Rico in Cayey, October, 2011.
  6. (Lecture) Data aggregation undelying the multiple surges of infection during the H1N1 pandemic of 2009 in Mexico. Lecture. Conference on Mathematics in Emerging Infectious Disease Management, Cuernavaca, Morelos, México.
  7. (Lecture) Multiple waves, same pandemic: Influence of transport and social distancing on the dynamics of H1N1. Lecture. First North-American Meeting for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Universidad del Mar, Huatulco, México, December, 2010.
  8. (Lecture) *Differential contribution of potassium channels to membrane excitability. SIAM Series on diversity: Neurobiology. July, 2010.
  9. (Lecture) Why are there multiple waves during influenza pandemics? SIAM annual meeting. July, 2010.
  10. (Lecture) Qualitative predictions about the time course of secondary epidemic outbreaks as a function of social distancing, vaccination, and treatment. Continued reports in tripartite meetings between Mexico, Canada, and U.S.A (Tempe, USA, June, 2009, and Vancouver, Canada, September, 2009): Mitigating the spread of AH1N1
    influenza. September, 2009.
  11. (Lecture) Effects of vaccination, treatment, and social distancing, on the time course of an A/H1N1 epidemic outbreak. SIAM Annual Meeting, July 2009.
  12. (Lecture) Predicting common synaptic input to motor neurons. Biomathematics seminar, Arizona State University. October, 2008.
  13. (Lecture) A low dimensional, biophysical model of cardiac excitability. Biomathematics workshop, SIAM Annual Meeting , July, 2008.
  14. (Lecture) Introduction to the Ventral Tegmental Area. Neural Systems Memory and Aging Seminar, University of Arizona August, 2007.
  15. (Seminar) Space-dependent responses and synchronization with hippocampal local field potentials are exhibited by spiking activity in neurons of the ventral-tegmental area. Physiological Sciences Seminar, Department of Physiology, University of Arizona August 2005.
  16. (Seminar) Phase-space analysis predicts sexually dimorphic ocular scanning of facial expressions in Rhesus monkeys. Physiological Sciences Seminar, Department of Physiology, University of Arizona. August 2004.
  17. (Seminar) Input frequency gates olfactory responses in multiglomerular interneurons of the antennal lobe of Manduca Sexta. Physiological Sciences Seminar, Department of Physiology, University of Arizona, August 2003.
  18. (Seminar) Morphological properties of dendrites: Fractal dimensions. Mathematics Colloquium, University of Arizona, March, 2002.
  19. (Seminar) Coupling between glomerulli in passive dendritic trees from the antennal lobe of Manduca Sexta. Antennal lobe seminar, ARLDN, University of Arizona, May, 2001.
  20. (Seminar) Models of neural networks of integrate and fire cells. Applied Mathematics Seminar, University of Arizona, October, 2001.
  21. (Seminar) Dynamical systems and neural systems, introduction to computational neurobiology. Mathematics Colloquium, University of Arizona, November, 2001
  22. (Seminar) Stochastic modeling of ionic channels. Applied Mathematics Brown Bag Seminar, University of Arizona, 2001.
  23. (Workshop) Cryptography session for the workshop on High school mathematics. Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona, February, 2001.
  24. (Seminar) Financial applications of probability and stochastic processes. Sociedad Matemática Mexicana, October, 1997.



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