Anna C Nelson, William W Elliott Assistant Research Professor
My field of research is mathematical biology, and I am primarily interested in questions related to aggregation in cellular physiology. In my research, I use computational tools, mathematical modeling, and analysis to gain insight on questions related to polymer formation in blood clotting and microtubule assembly in neurons.  Contact Info:
Teaching (Spring 2023):
 MATH 75.01, SPIRE FELLOWS STEM SKILLS
Synopsis
 ReubenCoo 129, W 05:15 PM06:50 PM
 MATH 577.01, MATHEMATICAL MODELING
Synopsis
 Physics 235, MW 01:45 PM03:00 PM
 Education:
Ph.D.  University of Utah  2021 
 Keywords:
BiologyMathematical models • Coagulation • Fibrinogen • PhysiologyMathematical models
 Recent Publications
 Fogelson, AL; Nelson, AC; ZapataAllegro, C; Keener, JP, DEVELOPMENT OF FIBRIN BRANCH STRUCTURE BEFORE AND AFTER GELATION.,
Siam Journal on Applied Mathematics, vol. 82 no. 1
(January, 2022),
pp. 267293, Society for Industrial & Applied Mathematics (SIAM) [doi] [abs]
 Nelson, AC; Kelley, MA; Haynes, LM; Leiderman, K, Mathematical models of fibrin polymerization: past, present, and future,
Current Opinion in Biomedical Engineering, vol. 20
(December, 2021),
pp. 100350100350, Elsevier BV [doi] [abs]
 Nelson, AC; Keener, JP; Fogelson, AL, Kinetic model of twomonomer polymerization.,
Physical Review. E, vol. 101 no. 21
(February, 2020),
pp. 022501 [doi] [abs]
 Herlin, JL; Nelson, A; Scheepers, M, Using ciliate operations to construct chromosome phylogenies,
Involve, a Journal of Mathematics, vol. 9 no. 1
(January, 2016),
pp. 126, Mathematical Sciences Publishers [doi]
