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Associate Professor

University of Central Oklahoma (405) 974-5441 Mathematics & Statistics STEM 246 , Box 129

Education and Certifications

Ph.D., Mathematics, University of Utah, 2012
M.S., Mathematics, University of Utah, 2008
B.A., Mathematics and History, Mount Holyoke College, 2006


Classes Taught

MATH 1513 College Algebra
MATH 2153 Bio-Calculus
MATH 2313 Calculus 1
MATH 2323 Calculus 2
MATH 2333 Calculus 3
MATH 2343 Calculus 4
MATH 3103 Differential Equations
MATH 4910/5910 Partial Differential Equations
MATH 4910/5910 Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos

Research, Published Work, and Scholarly Activities

Bannish BE and Laverty SM. Exploring modeling by programming: insights from numerical experimentation. In: Wootton A, series editor. Foundations for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics. Birkhauser. (in press)

Leiderman K, Bannish BE, Kelley MA, and Palmisano AM. Mathematical models of thrombus formation and fibrinolysis. In: Topaz O, editor. Cardiovascular Thrombus: From Pathology and Clinical Presentation to Imaging, Pharmacotherapy and Interventions. Academic Press. Chapter 5, (2018). p. 67-82.

Bannish BE, Chernysh IN, Keener JP, Fogelson AF, and Weisel JW. Molecular and physical mechanisms of fibrinolysis and thrombolysis from mathematical modeling and experiments. Scientific Reports, (2017). 7:6914.

Bannish BE, Keener JP, and Fogelson AF. Modelling Fibrinolysis: a 3D stochastic multiscale model. Math. Med. Biol., (2014). 31(1):17-44.

Bannish BE, Keener JP, Woodbury M, Weisel, JW, and Fogelson AF. Modelling Fibrinolysis: 1D continuum models. Math. Med. Biol., (2014). 31(1):45-64.

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