Anne Shiu is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Texas A&M University. Her research encompasses algebraic, geometric, and combinatorial approaches to mathematical biology.
Shiu’s main research interest is in biochemical reaction networks. Additionally, she works on applications to neural coding and parameter identiﬁability. Some of the research questions she is addressing include: What makes a reaction network multistationary? Which neural codes are convex? What makes a linear compartmental model identiﬁable? All these questions can be pursued using algebra!
Anne visited MPI MiS to give a talk about "Steady-state parametrizations for chemical reaction networks", and also to talk to the many members and guests of the institute.
August 6, 2018