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A systematically reduced mathematical model for organoid expansion
Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology volume 9 (10 June 2021)
- Mathematical modelling
- Multiscale mass and fluid transport
- Mathematical biology
- Fluid mechanics
I am a DPhil student in the Mathematical Biology and Oxford Centre for Industrial and Applied Mathematics research groups. I am part of the EPSRC CDT in Industrially Focused Mathematical Modelling, working under the supervision of Prof. Sarah Waters, Prof. Helen Byrne, and Dr Mohit Dalwadi.
My research title is Predictive models of culture media stoichiometry for organoid expansion, and this work is in partnership with Cellesce Ltd.
- Fourier Series & PDEs, Prelims (Oriel HT20, Trinity HT21)
- Introductory Calculus, Prelims (Trinity MT21)
- Further Mathematical Biology, Part B (MT20)
- Mathematical Physiology, Part C (MT20)
- Perturbation Methods, Part C (MT19)
Prizes, awards, and scholarships:
2021: BMC-BAMC Poster Prize
2020: Best Student Contribution Prize, ESGI 162
2019: TakeAIM runner-up, The Smith Institute
2018: EPSRC InFoMM Scholarship
2018: College Prize, Oriel College, Oxford
2017-2018: Scholarship award, Penultimate Year prize, Oriel College, Oxford
2016-2017: Exhibition award, Oriel College, Oxford
Major / recent publications:
A systematially reduced mathematical model for organoid expansion Ellis, M.A.; Dalwadi, M. P.; Ellis, M.J.; Byrne, H.M.; Waters, S.L. FRONTIERS IN BIOENGINEERING AND BIOTECHNOLOGY 9(3), (2021)
Influence of Curvature, Growth, and Anisotropy on the Evolution of Turing Patterns on Growing Manifolds Krause, A. L.; Ellis, M. A.; Van Gorder, R. A. BULLETIN OF MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY, 81(3), pages 759-799 (2019).
Benchmarking of three-dimensional multicomponent lattice Boltzmann equation Xu, X.; Burgin, K.; Ellis, M. A.; Halliday, I. PHYSICAL REVIEW E 96.5 (2017): 053308.