Presentations and Posters

2018

  • “How cancer spreads: Modeling cancer as an infectious disease”; Philosophy of Cancer Biology Workshop, Bordeaux France
  • “How cancer spreads: Modeling cancer as an infectious disease” (Poster); International Society for Evolution, Medicine, & Public Health, Park City UT

2017

  • “Investigating the eco-evolutionary dynamics of metastasis” (Poster); International Society for Evolution, Ecology and Cancer Conference, Tempe A

  • “Uncovering the complex “real” world through simple models?” International Society for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB) Biennial Meeting, Sao Paulo Brazil, July 2017

2016

  • “Modeling cancer as an infectious disease” (with Alan Love, Michael Travisano); Philosophy of Science Association Biennial Meeting, Atlanta GA, November 2106
  • “From biological practice to scientific metaphysics” (with Max Dresow; Poster); Philosophy of Science Association Biennial Meeting, Atlanta GA, November 2016
  • “Using microbial experimental evolution to understand the complex causal architecture of cancer” (poster); ASM Conference on Experimental Microbial Evolution, Washington DC, August 2016
  • “What can we learn from experimental evolution?”; Evolution 2016, Austin TX, June 2016
  • “Understanding cancer through the practices of microbial experimental evolution”; Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice (SPSP) 2016, Glassboro NJ, June 2016
  • “How cancer spreads: reconceptualizing a disease” (with Alan Love, Michael Travisano); AAAS Pacific, San Diego CA, June 2016

2015

  • “Investigating the complex causality of cancer with microbial experimental evolution” (Poster); Third International Biannual Evolution and Cancer Conference (IBECC/ISEEC), San Francisco CA, December 2015
  • “Causes and consequences of modularity in Saccharomyces cerevisiae”, Microbial Population Biology Gordon Research Conference and Seminar, Andover NH, July 2015
  • “Rethinking cancer through modularity”; International Society for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB) Biennial Meeting, Montreal Canada, July 2015
  • “Investigating the complex causality of cancer with microbial experimental evolution” (Poster) / “Rethinking cancer through modularity” (Flash Talk); International Society for Evolution, Medicine & Public Health Inaugural Meeting, Tempe AZ, March 2015

2014

  • “Reevaluating causation in cancer”; BTI-NAIST Symposium, St Paul MN, October 2014
  • “Reevaluating causation in cancer”  *Invited talk; Ecology and Evolution of Cancer, Mathematical Biosciences Institute Workshop, Columbus OH, September 2014
  • “Embracing the complex causality of cancer with microbial experimental evolution”; Evolution 2014, Raleigh NC, June 2014
  • “Investigating the complex causality of cancer with microbial experimental evolution” (Poster); ASM 1st Conference on Experimental Microbial Evolution, Washington DC, June 2014

2013

  • “Towards an empirical model for an evo devo approach to cancer” (Poster); Microbial Population Biology Gordon Research Conference and Seminar, Andover NH, July 2013
  • “Confronting the complex causality of cancer”; International Society for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB) Biennial Meeting, Montpellier, France, July 2013
  • “An evolutionary developmental approach to causation in cancer research” (Poster); International Biennial Evolution and Cancer Conference, San Francisco CA, June 2013

2011 and earlier

  • “Reconnecting basic research to medicine via angiogenesis inhibitors”; International Society for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB) Biennial Meeting, Salt Lake City UT, July 2011
  • “The Role of Evo Devo in Translational Medicine” (Poster); AAAS Annual Meeting, San Diego CA, February 2010
  • “The Role of Evo Devo in Translational Medicine”; Biology by the Sea Workshop, La Jolla CA, January 2010