Topological modeling and simulation lend insight into the structure, development, function, and resilience of glomerular capillary networks.
In this project, we demonstrate how topological data analysis can be used to visualize, explore, and characterize large and complex biomedical data such as electronic health records.
This study will identify risk-factors for developing troublesome hoarding by integrating and analyzing clinical interviews and a web-based registry of adults that includes various medical and cognitive questionnaires and neurocognitive
Multi-scale agent-based modeling of the immune response and battle over iron in Aspergillus fumigatus infection
This project develops computational biophysics and biological models of lung epithelial recovery from insult.
This project uses mathematical and computational tools to ascertain which modes of intercellular communication determine cell fate by studying both local interactions and emergent colony behaviors.
Mathematical mechanistic modeling of diseases and drug effects can be used to predict regimens that produce optimal outcomes.
We develop a whole-lung multiscale computational model to simulate the invasion of the human lungs by pathogens including spores of Aspergillus fumigatus.