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Accession Number ADA564079
Title Modeling the Physiology of Circadian Timekeeping.
Publication Date Aug 2011
Media Count 5p
Personal Author D. Forger
Abstract This young investigator award from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research to Daniel Forger played a pivotal role in his career. Many discoveries were made and are described in over 10 published papers or manuscripts in preparation. Some research highlights include: 1) discovering that timekeeping in mammals is more complex than originally thought, 2) discovering on how to optimally stimulate neuronal (and in particular the circadian) systems and 3) mathematical methods for studying biological clocks. Forger remains very grateful to the AFOSR for the opportunity to perform this work.
Keywords Biological rhythms
Circadian rhythms
Computational biology
Mathematical models
Nerve cells

Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 57C - Botany
57Z - Zoology
57A - Anatomy
57S - Physiology
72E - Operations Research
Corporate Author Michigan Univ., Ann Arbor. Dept. of Mathematics.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note Final rept. 1 Feb 2008-31 May 2011.
NTIS Issue Number 1302
Contract Number FA9550-08-1-0076

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