Math @ Duke

Trachette Jackson, Research Associate and John Hope Franklin Postdoctoral Fellow
Please note: Trachette has left the Mathematics department at Duke University; some info here might not be up to date.  Contact Info:
 Office Hours:
 Monday, Wednesday 2:303:30pm
 Education:
 Ph.D. Applied Mathematics, 1998
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
M.Sc. Applied Mathematics, 1996
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
B.S. Mathematics (Honors), 1994
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
 Research Interests:
Mathematical modeling of phenomena in the biomedical sciences is one of the
fastest growing areas in Applied Mathematics. I am interested in developing
such models which have proved immensely useful in the study of many
biomedical systems. Specifically, I am interested in the application of mathematics to medicine, cancer, cellular dynamics, and physiology. My mathematical interests are mainly asymptotic and perturbartion methods for nonlinear systems of partial differential equations.
For a more detailed description, see my
research statement.
 Recent Publications
(More Publications)
 Lubkin, S.R. and Jackson, T.L., Multiphase Mechanics of Capsule Formation in Tumors,
J. Biomech. Eng.
(Submitted, 0)
 Jackson, T.L., Senter, P.D., and Murray, J.D., Development and Validation of a Mathematical Model to Describe Anticancer Prodrug Activation by AntibodyEnzyme Conjugates.,
J. Theo. Med., vol. 2 (2000) pp. 93111
 Jackson, T.L., Bryne H., A Mathematical Model to Study the Effects of Drug resistance and Vasculature on the Response ofSolid Tumors to Chemotherapy.,
Math. Biosic. vol. 164 (2000) pp. 1738
 Jackson, T.L., Byrne, H.M., Spatiotemporal model of the mitotic clock in avascular tumors
(Submitted, 0)
 Jackson, T.L., Vascular tumor growth and treatment: Consequences of polyclonatiy, competition, and dynamic vascular support


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