Professor of Mathematics

University of Maryland

Ph.D., 2004, Scientific Computing & Computational Math, Stanford**Thesis**: High Order Schemes for Balance Laws and Hamilton-Jacobi Equations**Placement:** Research Scientist, Kepler Project, NASA Ames

Ph.D., 2006, Math, Stanford**Advisor**: George Papanicolaou

Joint work with me on Numerical Methods for Hamilton-Jacobi Equations

Ph.D., 2007, Math, Stanford**Thesis**: Multiscale Methods for Image Registration**Placement:** Assistant Professor, Kenyon College**Current Position:** Professor, CalPoly

Ph.D., 2007, Math, Stanford**Thesis**: Mathematical Models of the Activation and Regulation of the Immune System**Placement:** Postdoc Paris 6, France, and Postdoc, Utah**Current Position**: Professor, University of Sydney, Australia

Ph.D., 2007, Math, Stanford**Thesis**: Modeling Group Dynamics of Phototaxis**Placement:** Options Clearing Corporation, Chicago

Ph.D., 2010, Applied Math, Maryland**Thesis**: Mathematical Modeling of Drug Resistance and Cancer Stem Cells Dynamics**Placement:** Postdoc, Harvard**Current Position:** Associate Professor of Medicine & Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins

M.Sc., 2012, Applied Math, Maryland

Ph.D., 2012, Applied Math, Maryland**Thesis**: Mathematical Models and Simulations of Phototaxis and Cancer Immune Interactions**Placement:** Applied Physics Lab, Johns Hopkins

Ph.D., 2012, Applied Math, Maryland**Thesis**: Mathematical Models of Immune Regulation and Cancer Vaccines**Placement:** Postdoc, INRIA Grenoble**Current Position**: Assistant Professor of Biology, Maryland

Ph.D., 2015, Math, Maryland**Thesis**: Mathematical Models of Tumor Heterogeneity and Drug Resistance**Placement:** Hill Assistant Professor, Rutgers**Current Position**: Assistant Professor, Clarkson

Ph.D., 2015, Math, Maryland**Advisor**: Wojtek Czaja

Worked with me on Mathematical Models for Cell Motility

Ph.D., 2016, Applied Math, Maryland**Thesis**: Mathematical Models to Study the Role of the Immune System in Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia**Placement:** Applied Physics Lab, Johns Hopkins

Ph.D., 2017, Applied Math, Maryland**Thesis**: Mathematical Models of Ovarian Cancer**Placement:** Boehringer Ingelheim, Vienna, Austria

Ph.D., 2018, Applied Math, Maryland**Thesis**: Modeling the Transfer of Drug Resistance in Solid Tumor**Placement:** Applied Physics Lab, Johns Hopkins

Ph.D., 2018, Applied Math, Maryland**Co-Advisor**: Wojtek Czaja**Thesis**: Harmonic Analysis and Machine Learning**Placement:** Campbell & Company, Baltimore, MD

Ph.D., 2019, Applied Math, Maryland**Thesis: **Mathematical Models of Acute and Chronic Immunology**Placement:** Applied Physics Lab, Johns Hopkins

Ph.D., 2019, Applied Math, Maryland**Thesis:** Modeling Imatinib-Treated Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia and the Immune System**Placement: **Applied Physics Lab, Johns Hopkins

Ph.D., 2020, BioPhysics, Maryland**Thesis:** Scalable Modeling Approaches in Systems Immunology**Placement:** Fellow, Department of Pharmacology, College of Medicine, Yonsei University, Korea

Ph.D. Student

BioPhysics, Maryland

Ph.D. Student

Math, Maryland

Ph.D. Student

co-advisor: Eric Slud

Statistics, Maryland

Ph.D. Student

Applied Math, Maryland

Ph.D. Student

BioPhysics, Maryland

Ph.D. Student

Physics, Maryland

Ph.D. Student

Stat-BB, Maryland

Ph.D. Student

Stat-BB, Maryland

Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford, 2001-2004

Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, UC Santa Barbara

Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford, 2002-2004

Professor, Department of Mathematics, New Jersey Institute of Technology

Postdoctoral Fellow, Radiation Oncology, Stanford, 2002-2004

Siemens Medical Solutions, Princeton

Szego Assistant Professor, Stanford 2003-2006

Professor, Department of Mathematics, Simon Fraser

Postdoctoral Fellow, Maryland, 2010-2012

Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, Pepperdine

Brin Postdoctoral Fellow, Maryland, 2015-2019

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, UC Riverside

B.A., 2004, Economics, Mathematics, and Political Sciences, Stanford

Undergraduate Honors Thesis: A Transport and Convex Objective Function for Intensity-Modulated Radiotherapy (2004)

B.A., 2006, Mathematics and Computational Sciences, Stanford