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Thursday, Aug 10th, 2017
A small computational thought experiment: In Macklin (2017), I briefly touched on a simple computational thought experiment that shows that for a group of homogeneous cells, you can observe substantial heterogeneity ... [read more]

Wednesday, Aug 2nd, 2017
Getting started with a PhysiCell Virtual Appliance: Note: This is part of a series of “how-to” blog posts to help new users and developers of BioFVM and PhysiCell. This guide is for for users in OSX, ... [read more]

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Paul Macklin

Paul Macklin, Ph.D., MMCL Leader


Selected Honors

  • U. of Texas Health Science Center SBMI John P. McGovern Award for Outstanding Teaching, 2009
  • UC-Irvine Department of Mathematics Kovalesky Outstanding Ph.D. Thesis Award, 2007
  • National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 1999-2000 & 2001-2003
  • U. of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor's Scholar, summa cum laude, honors program, 1999
  • Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, 1998

Recent positions

  • Associate Professor, Intelligent Systems Engineering, Indiana University, Jan. 2017-present
  • Assistant Professor of Research Medicine, Center for Applied Molecular Medicine, U. of Southern California, Aug. 2011-Dec. 2016
  • Lecturer (permanent staff--UK version of tenure-track), Division of Mathematics, U. of Dundee, Feb. 2010-Aug. 2011
  • Assistant Professor (non-tenure track), School of Biomedical Informatics (formerly School of Health Information Sciences), U. of Texas Health Science Center-Houston, Jul. 2007-Feb. 2010

Research Interests

(in revision)

CV: Curriculum Vitae (January 14, 2016)
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Postdoctoral Students

Graduate and medical students

Edwin Rosales

Edwin F. Juárez Rosales • Ph.D. student • electrical engineering (control systems group) - USC


Short bio and research interests

Mr. Rosales is a Ph.D. student at the Ming Hsieh department of Electrical Engineering at USC, jointly advised by Edmond Jonckheere He was born and raised in El Salvador, and he earned his B.S. in EE from Texas A&M University. His research interest include developing a compartmental model for B-cell lymphoma and applying control theory to regulate the immune system. In his spare time, he loves traveling around the world to find churches to pray, mountains to hike, and places to dance salsa.

Time in MMCL: September 2012-present

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Undergraduate Students

Interns, Staff, and Temporary Visitors

None at the present time.