Dr. Sophia Maggelakis

Selected Presentations

“The effect of bacteria on wound angiogenesis,” Mathematical Modelling in the Medical Sciences, Vanderbilt University, May 18-21, 2009, (Co-authors:  E. Agyingi, D. Ross).
           
“A Mathematical Model of Epidermal Wound Healing in the Presence of Infection,” Society for Mathematical Biology International Annual Meeting, San Jose, California, July, 2007. (Co-authors:  Ephraim Agyingi, David Ross, Patricia Diute, Tiffany Pritt).

“The Effects of Infection on Epidermal Wound Healing,” International Conference for Mathematics in Biology and Medicine Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Biology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, July 2004.           

“Modeling the Complex Biological Mechanisms of Cancer Growth:  A Review,” Invited Paper,  International Workshop on Mathematical Models of Cancer, Vanderbilt University, May 2002.  

“Mathematical Models of Tumor Angiogenesis and Vascularization:  A Review,” Invited Paper, South Carolina in Silico  Biology International Symposium, Medical University of South Carolina, December, 2001.               

“Mathematical Modeling and Biomathematics,” at The 21st Century Science & Mathematics Symposium, Rochester Institute of Technology, March, 2001.

“Modeling the Control of Tissue Regeneration During Wound Healing,” Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Annual Meeting, Puerto Ricco, July, 2000.

“Modeling the Control of Tissue Regeneration During Wound Healing,” Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Annual Meeting, Puerto Ricco, July, 2000.

“A Model of Vascularization and Metastasis of a Solid Tumor,” Society for Mathematical Biology International Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, August, 2000.

“Modeling the Negative Biological Feedback Present During Tumor Vascularization,” Society for Industrial and Applied  Mathematics Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1999.

 “A Model of Epidermal Wound Healing in the Presence of Infection,” Society for Mathematical Biology Annual International Meeting, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, July 1998.

“A Mathematical Model of Tumor-related Angiogenesis,” Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Annual Meeting, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, July 1998.

“Modeling the Effects of Growth Factors and Inhibitors on Tumor Vascularization,” Invited Paper, International Conference on Mathematical Models in Medical and Health Sciences," Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, May 1997.

“A Mathematical Model of Capillary Growth in the Retina,” The 103rd Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, San Diego, California, January 1997.

“Modeling the Biological Feedback Mechanism During VEGF Induced Vascularization in the Retina,” Society for Mathematical Biology Annual International Meeting, University of Washington, Seattle Washington, August 1996.

“Models of Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration,” Society for Mathematical Biology Annual International Meeting, University of Washington, Seattle Washington, August 1996.

“A Mathematical Model of Growth Factor Induced Capillary Growth in the Retina,” Fourth International Conference on Mathematical Population Dynamics, Rice University, Houston Texas, May 1995.

“Modeling the Bifunctional Behavior of the Transforming Tumor Growth Factors a and b, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, July 1994.

“Effects of a Prevascular Tumor on Skin Temperature Profile,” Society for Mathematical Biology Annual International Meeting, San Diego, California, July 1994.

“A Mathematical Model for the Production and Diffusion of Tumor Angiogenesis Factor and its Effects on Tumor Angiogenesis,” Society for Mathematical Biology Annual International Meeting, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, July 1993.

“Modeling the Growth of Cancer Cell Cultures by Incorporating Tumor Growth Factors,” The 99th Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, San Antonio, Texas, January 1993.

“The Effects of Non-uniform Inhibitor Production on One-dimensional Tissue Growth,” The 98th Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Baltimore, Maryland, January 1992.

“A Mathematical Model of Growth Control in a Cancer Cell Culture in which Tumor Growth Factors Diffuse,” Society for Mathematical Biology Annual International Meeting, University of California at Berkley, July 1992.


“A Model of Prevascular Tumor Growth by Diffusion of Mitotic Inhibitor which is Produced in the Region of Living Cells,” Second International Conference on Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Washington D.C., July 1991.

“Mathematical Models for the Control of Tumor Growth by Diffusion of Mitotic Inhibitor,” The 96th Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Louisville, Kentucky, January 1990.

“The Effects of Non-uniform Nutrient Consumption and Non-uniform Inhibitor Production on the Prevascular Growth of a Spherical Carcinoma,” Invited paper, 2nd International Conference on Mathematical Population Dynamics, New Brunswick, New Jersey, May 1989.

“Diffusion Models of Prevascular Tumor Growth,” The 13th Annual Southeast Atlantic Section SIAM Meeting, Knoxville, Tennessee, March 1989.

“Note on a Diffusion Model of Tissue Growth,” Mathematical Association of America MD/DC/VA Spring Meeting, Virginia Beach, Virginia, April 1989.

“Mathematical Models of Tissue Growth,” Virginia Academy of Science Meeting, Richmond, Virginia, May 1989.