Mathematician Prof Angela Stevens understands mathematics and biology as equal partners. She contributes to the explanation and prediction of biological phenomena with the aid of mathematics. One example is the role of cell motility in developmental processes.
Participation in “Cells in Motion”
- Member of the Research and Careers Committee
- Supervisor in the CiM-IMPRS Graduate Programme
- Research interests: mathematical modelling in the life-sciences, especially developmental systems, cell motility, chemotaxis, and phase separation phenomena; nonlinear partial differential equations and pattern formation; interacting particle systems and limiting descriptions
Papers in the research focus “cell dynamics and imaging”
Scheel A, Stevens A. Wavenumber selection in coupled transport equations. J Math Biol 2017;75: 1047-1073. Abstract