Dr. Chauviere is Assistant Professor in Applied Mathematics at TIMC-IMAG. 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.
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My latest paper has been published in PLoS Computational Biology.
A Geometrically-constrained mathematical model of mammary gland ductal elongation reveals novel cellular dynamics within the terminal end bud [Read it online]
A master internship is now open at TIMC-IMAG [Information]
IXXI's day on signal, imaging and statistics for biology will take place on December 8th at Maison Jean Kuntzmann - 110 av. de la Chimie 38400 Saint Martin d'Hères. Information and free registration can be found here
I will be attending the Workshop on Molecule Trajectories in Cellular Spaces that will be held at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon (France) on November 16-17. Workshop information can be found here.
Dr. Chauviere's book "Cell Mechanics: From Single Scale-Based Models to Multiscale Modeling" is available.