Jennings Hall 380
1735 Neil Ave, Columbus, OH 43210
- PhD in Applied Mathematics, Brown University, 2017
My research focuses on developing continuous and stochastic models for complex interactions, particularly for transport processes inside cells. I use partial differential equations, stochastic processes, parameter estimation, and computation to address questions motivated by experiments in molecular and cell biology, neuroscience, and physiology. I am also developing data analysis methods drawing from topological data analysis and machine learning to study time series data from experiments and simulations. Some of the applications that motivate my work include localization of proteins in developing egg cells, healthy protein filament transport in axons, cellular ring channel formation, and inferring network topology from coupled oscillator data.