Virtually all of the actual research that goes on in the Collaboratorium occurs in the context of Working Groups. And actively participating in Working Groups is the predominant way that people participate in the IMCI Modeling Core.

We encourage teams to cross disciplinary and hierarchical boundaries, thus creating a unique combination for connection and networking. Currently, Working Groups tend to be about half faculty and the other half a mixture of postdocs, students and technicians.

These meetings are work sessions and task-oriented. Working Groups are not intended to be permanent but rather fluid with shifting focus and membership, as needed.

Fill out this form if you would like to start your own official Working Group and gain access to the Collaboratorium.

Current Working Groups

EPSCoR Track-2 Genome to Phenome (GenoPheno)

Evolution of Tandemly-Replicated Opsin Genes: Molecular Models that Predict Spectral Shift

Geospatial Modeling (GM)

GenoPheno Modeling Working Group (GPmod)

Grant Writing Working Group (GWWG)

IMCI Postdocs

Machine Learning (ML)

Mathematical Modeling of Human Motions Using Recurrent Neural Networks (HuMoNN)

Modeling Chlamydia Infection Dynamics in Mice

Modeling Community Dynamics of Microbiomes

Modeling Virus Interactions in Eukaryotic Systems (MoVIES)

Muc7 Models of Peptide Glycosylation (MMPG)

Phage

Project 1: Within-Host Dynamics of Co-Infection (CoHo)

Project 3: Social Determinants of Infections Desease Dynamics (SDIDD or Social-Epi)

Reproducibility in Sciences (SciRep)

Small Area Estimation of Obesity-related Indicators (Modeling Obesity Indicators – MOI)

Statistical Genomics (StaGe)

Transmissible Vaccines (Trans Vax)

Washington – Idaho Phage Working Group (WaId)