Tangential thoughts about a Multi-Model Thinker

I spent the first few days of this Michigan spring in the front lawn reading a book which has sat on my shelf for the better part of two years.  While I am only a few chapters in, the book has already presented several interesting points within the context of modeling and data analysis.  InContinue reading “Tangential thoughts about a Multi-Model Thinker”

New Research paper: “Tracking whole-lung M. tuberculosis infection”

Recently, I co-first authored a paper with several members of my two labs (I am co-mentored by both Dr. Denise Kirschner and Dr. Jennifer Linderman).  In this work, which was published in PLoS Computational Biology, we present a computational, multi-scale model of granuloma formation and dissemination within monkey lungs.  In Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection, granulomas areContinue reading “New Research paper: “Tracking whole-lung M. tuberculosis infection””