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- Math 224: Multivariable Calculus I
- Math 225: Multivariable Calculus II
- Math 304: Mathematics for Technology
- Math 321: Mathematics for Technology
- Math 331: Differential Equations
- Math 415/515: Mathematical Biology
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Isolating and Quantifying the Role of Developmental Noise in Generating ...
PLoS Computational Biology (2019)
Genotypic variation, environmental variation, and their interaction may produce variation in the developmental process and cause phenotypic differences among individuals. ...
Synchronization of Hes1 oscillations coordinates and refines condensation formation and ...
Mechanisms of Development (2019)
The tetrapod appendicular skeleton is initiated as spatially patterned mesenchymal condensations. The size and spacing of these condensations in avian limb buds are ...
On Isoconcentration Surfaces of Three Dimensional Turing Patterns
International Journal of Bifurcation & Chaos in Applied Sciences & Engineering (2008)
We consider three-dimensional Turing patterns and their isoconcentration surfaces corresponding to the equilibrium concentration of the reaction kinetics. We call ...
A Framework for Three-Dimensional Simulation of Morphogenesis
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (2005)
We present CompuCell3D, a software framework for three-dimensional simulation of morphogenesis in different organisms. CompuCell3D employs biologically relevant models for ...
Dynamical Mechanisms for Skeletal Pattern Formation in the Vertebrate Limb
The Royal Society Proceedings: Biological Sciences (2004)
We describe a ‘reactor–diffusion’ mechanism for precartilage condensation based on recent experiments on chondrogenesis in the early vertebrate limb and ...