I am motivated by problems at the intersection of biology and mathematics, and am interested in modeling and simulating physiological processes such as blood coagulation, intracellular transport, and metabolism. In particular, my research interests include dynamical systems, ordinary and partial differential equations, and parameter estimation.
- A. C. Nelson and A. L. Fogelson. “Towards understanding the effect of fibrinogen on fibrin gel formation.” In preparation.
- A. L. Fogelson, A. C. Nelson, C. Zapata-Allegro, and J. P. Keener. “Development of fibrin branch structure before and after gelation.” Submitted.
- A. C. Nelson, M. A. Kelley, L. M. Haynes, and K. Leiderman. “Using Mathematical Modeling to Understand the Fibrin Polymerization Trifecta: Fibrin(ogen), Thrombin, and FXIII.” Submitted.
- A. C. Nelson, J. P. Keener, and A. L. Fogelson. “Kinetic model of two-monomer polymerization”. Physical Review E, 101, 022501 (2020).
- J. L. Herlin, A. Nelson, and M. Scheepers. “Using ciliate operations to construct chromosome phylogenies”. Involve, Vol. 9, No. 1 (2016).