Environment vs. Everything: Protein Space, Disease Dynamics, and Culture
Complexity Speaker Series
C. Brandon Ogbunu
Assistant Professor, Yale University
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Hybrid talk
Thursday
Mar 16, 2023
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12:00 pm
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177 Huntington Ave.
11th floor
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In this seminar, I will discuss my research interest in higher-order interactions in complex biological systems, using models and data from various systems.

About the speaker
About the speaker
C. Brandon Ogbunu is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University. He is a computational biologist whose research investigates complex problems in epidemiology, biomedicine, genetics, and evolution. His work utilizes a range of methods, from experimental evolution, to biochemistry, applied mathematics, and evolutionary computation all towards a refined understanding of complex systems and disease phenomena, In addition, he runs a parallel research program at the intersection of science, society, and culture. In this capacity, he writes, gives public lectures, and creates media of various kinds.
C. Brandon Ogbunu is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University. He is a computational biologist whose research investigates complex problems in epidemiology, biomedicine, genetics, and evolution. His work utilizes a range of methods, from experimental evolution, to biochemistry, applied mathematics, and evolutionary computation all towards a refined understanding of complex systems and disease phenomena, In addition, he runs a parallel research program at the intersection of science, society, and culture. In this capacity, he writes, gives public lectures, and creates media of various kinds.