AboutBortz Lab in the Applied Math department. I am also in the IQ Biology program at CU. I graduated from North Carolina State University with a BS in Mathematics in 2013. Go Wolfpack!
If you have any questions about CU, the applied math department, the Math Bio group, or IQ Biology, please feel free to email me at email@example.com.
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I am currently working on an interdisciplinary collaborative project with the Liu Lab at CU, Boulder on collective migration during wound healing.
Collective migration is the coordinated movement of a population of cells, and it is involved in many biological processes. Our collaborators use wound healing as a framework to study collective migration by making a cut in a cell monolayer and observing how the cell sheet moves to fill in this empty wound of space. We use mathematical models to help understand the cellular mechanics underlying collective migration. A recent study has focused on the effects of cell-cell adhesion during this process, and we are now investigating structured population models in wound healing.
I am a TA for APPM 2360 (Differential Equations with Linear Algebra) during the Spring 2017 semester. My office hours are Mondays from 4-5 and Wednesdays from 2-4 in ECES 109. The course webpage is here.
"Standing on the Starting line, we're all cowards." - Alberto Salazar
Estes Park Marathon 2014
Erie Marathon 2014
L.A. Marathon 2015
Krispy Kreme Challenge 2010-2013
Bolder Boulder 2014
Eerie Erie 2014