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Mathematical Biosciences Institute at
The Ohio State University
Postdoctoral Fellow


Jennings Hall, Room 380
1735 Neil Ave
Columbus, OH 43212, USA


PhD, Brown Applied Mathematics (May 2017)
  Thesis: Modeling Intracellular Transport during Messenger RNA Localization in Xenopus Oocytes
  Advisor: Björn Sandstede
MSc, Brown Applied Mathematics (2013)
BS, Mathematics and French, Duke University (2012)

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I have recently (May 2017) graduated with a PhD in Applied Mathematics from the Division of Applied Mathematics at Brown University. My research interests include mathematical biology (particularly mechanisms of intracellular transport) and dynamical systems. My thesis research with Professor Björn Sandstede has focused on modeling of messenger RNA (mRNA) localization in Xenopus (frog) oocytes. Our work has been a close collaboration with the Mowry Lab in the Department of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry at Brown.

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AMS - Graduate student member
SIAM - Graduate student member
AWM - member of the Brown University Chapter
Society for Mathematical Biology
Rose Whelan Society for Women in Math at Brown University
Sigma Xi
Phi Beta Kappa