Dr. Chauviere is Assistant Professor of Pathology and member of the Computational Biology Program at the University of New Mexico. His expertise lies in the formulation and development of mathematical and physical models of cell migration and their application in the context of tumor growth. Dr. Chauviere is an expert physicist with applications to theoretical and computational fluid dynamics. He has held several postdoctoral positions within a Marie Curie European Network on tumor growth and therapy modeling and has edited a special issue on cell migration and a book on multiscale modeling of cell mechanics. He is currently a Co-investigator within the Methodist Hospital NCI Integrative Cancer Biology Program grant, where he models and investigates breast tumor growth as the effect of stem cell deregulation during mammary gland development.
The University of New Mexico
Phone: +1 505-272-5931
Dr. Chauviere's book "Cell Mechanics: From Single Scale-Based Models to Multiscale Modeling" is now available.
Dr. Chauviere's latest manuscript "Dynamic density functional theory of solid tumor growth: Preliminary models." has been accepted for publication by AIP Advances, special topic on Physics of Cancer.
I will be attending the annual meeting of the Society for Mathematical Biology in Knoxville (July 2012) and the 9th AIMS International Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications in Orlando (July 2012).