Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center MARGRET & H. A. REY
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for Nonlinear Dynamics in Medicine
Harvard Medical School

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Workshop

Heart Rate Variability 2006: Techniques, Applications, and Future Directions (20-22 April 2006).
This 2.5-day course will provide a state-of-the-art overview of the technical considerations, pertinent computational tools, and clinical and research applications for heart rate variability (HRV) analysis. Particular emphasis will be placed on the utility and pitfalls of these techniques for patient management and research. The course faculty includes international leaders in the field. They have authored many of the seminal papers on HRV and are experienced teachers. See the course brochure [PDF] for details.

ECGs in Clinical Practice: Pearls and Pitfalls (9-10 June 2007).
This unique 1.5 day course will provide a practical review of ECG interpretation for front-line clinicians in office and acute care settings. Emphasis will be in the detection of potentially life-threatening problems.
See the course brochure [PDF] for details.

ECGs in Clinical Practice: Pearls and Pitfalls (3-4 May 2008).

ABC's of ECG's: Essentials for Frontline Clincians (1 November 2008).

Seminars

The Boston Chaos Club is an interdisciplinary seminar series about nonlinear dynamics and complex systems in biomedicine. It is jointly organized by the ReyLab and Dr. Thomas S. Deisboeck of the Complex Biosystems Modeling Laboratory at Harvard/MIT. This seminar series is sponsored by PhysioNet (Research Resource for Complex Physiologic Signals funded by NIH/NCRR). If you would like to be on the mailing list to receive announcements of upcoming seminars please send an email directly to Kathy Johnson.

DATE TOPIC SPEAKER INSTITUTION
September 26, 2000 Brain Architecture and Alzheimer’s Disease H. Eugene Stanley, Ph.D. Boston University
  Noise-Enhanced Sensory Function in Aging, Diabetes, and Stroke James J. Collins, Ph.D. Boston University
  Human Gait in Health, Aging, and Parkinson’s Disease Ary L. Goldberger, M.D. Harvard Medical School
October 25, 2000 Homeostasis Reconsidered: Introduction to Complexity, Fractals, and Chaos Theory for the Medical Sciences Ary L. Goldberger, M.D., & C-K Peng, Ph.D. Harvard Medical School
December 13, 2000 Nonlinear DNAmics: Designer Gene Networks James J. Collins, Ph.D. Boston University
  Mining Highly Evolved Networks for Genome Engineering George M. Church, Ph.D. Harvard Medical School
February 5, 2001 How the Immune System Adapts to Complex Challenges: The Roles of Distributed Information and Multiple Feedback Loops Lee Segel, Ph.D. Weizmann Institute
April 5, 2001 Dynamical vs. Genetic Diseases: What Do Complex Rhythms Reveal About Pathophysiology Leon Glass, Ph.D. McGill University
May 23, 2001 Complexity Loss and the Biology of Aging Lewis Lipsitz, M.D., & Ary L. Goldberger, M.D. Harvard Medical School
November 5, 2001 Chaos, Complexity, and Nonlinear Signaling: Finding Hidden Information in Clinical and Basic Data Ary L. Goldberger, M.D. Harvard Medical School
December 12, 2001 Challenging Physics Problems in Biology: Noise, Self-Organization, and Pattern Formation Alexander van Oudenaarden, Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
January 14, 2002 Ticks and Tocks of Nonlinear Clocks: Dynamics of Lyme Disease Tamara Awerbuch, Ph.D. Harvard School of Public Health
March 7, 2002 The Structural and Mechanical Complexity of Cell Functional Control Donald Ingber, M.D. Ph.D. Harvard Medical School
May 14, 2002 Bistable Neural Oscillators: A Tale of Two States David Paydarfar, M.D. University of Massachusetts Medical School
October 2, 2002 Chaos Theory, Complexity and Fractals in Biomedicine: An Introduction Ary L. Goldberger, M.D. Harvard Medical School
December 3, 2002 Complexity and Genomics: An Integrative Approach to Mammalian Cell Fate Regulation Sui Huang, M.D. Ph.D. Harvard Medical School
January 21, 2003 Chaotic Mixing Deep in the Lung Akira Tsuda, Ph.D. Harvard School of Public Health
March 27, 2003 Linguistic Analysis of Complex Physiologic Signals Chung-Kang Peng, Ph.D. Harvard Medical School
October 7, 2003 Beyond Homeostasis: Complexity, Chaos and Fractals in Physiology Ary L. Goldberger, M.D. Harvard Medical School
January 20, 2004 Endothelium and Sepsis Pathophysiology: Lessons on the Shortcomings of Reductionism William C. Aird, M.D. Harvard Medical School
October 06, 2004 Beyond Homeostasis: Complexity, Chaos and Fractals in Physiology Ary L. Goldberger, M.D. Harvard Medical School
November 17, 2004 Measuring the Complexity of Biological Systems Chung-Kang Peng, PhD Harvard Medical School
February 9, 2005 Multicellularity: Collapse of Complexity in Cell Fate Regulation and Cohort Migration Sui Huang, MD, PhD Harvard Medical School
March 8, 2006 Complexity, Chaos and Fractals in Physiology Ary L. Goldberger, M.D. Harvard Medical School
May 15, 2006 The Human Disease Network Albert-László Barabási, Ph.D. University of Notre Dame