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Denise E Kirschner
25:47
amazing talk Borna. Do you think that 3D imaging will give a different pictre of dynamics? also imaging over time?
Denise E Kirschner
26:53
excellent. thank you!
Bindi Brook
31:01
Has it yet been established why children don’t in general get severe disease from COVID?
Bindi Brook
31:52
Ok thanks!
Elsje Pienaar
55:09
Great talk Josh! Can you talk a little more about how you map your spatial data/images to the computational models?
Denise E Kirschner
55:52
caitlin you can respond to that too!!
Elsje Pienaar
56:11
Great, thank you
Denise E Kirschner
01:14:20
maral can you talk about foamy macs and neutrophils and how these additions may be necessary for drug studies?
Caitlin Hult
01:14:32
Great talk, Josh! To add to Josh’s response to Elsje’s question — we’ve looked at a few different ways of mapping experimental spatial data/images to the computational model. One method involved creating spatial statistics that track which cell types are located in or near the caseum over time.
Denise E Kirschner
01:14:32
on our website
Mattila, Joshua T
01:16:37
@Caitlin, thanks for the comment and thanks for the additional information!
Elsje Pienaar
01:20:41
@Caitlin thanks for those details!
Denise E Kirschner
01:32:54
Nice talk! can you tell me if move rate is important have you thought about how modeling in 2-D might impact your predictions since movement in 3 D is very different?
Luis Sordo Vieira
01:40:16
It is also very patchy
Denise E Kirschner
01:41:33
Gret session organizers!
Luis Sordo Vieira
01:41:42
Thanks, Denise
Math Dept
01:41:43
Thank you all!
Luis Sordo Vieira
01:41:45
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