I have developed several algorithms based on algebraic geometry, and have implemented some as web-based software aimed at modelers.


I have studied and developed models for a variety of biological systems, including lactose metabolism in the bacterium E. coli, mesoderm and ectoderm development in the roundworm C. elegans embryo, and segment polarity in the fruit fly D. melanogaster.


I have created an active-learning environment, which I describe in my teaching philosophy and in my structure for proof-based courses.  I have also written a few book chapters connecting algebraic geometry and systems biology.

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