CEDYA + CMA 2017
XXV CONFERENCE ON DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND APPLICATIONS / XV CONFERENCE ON APPLIED MATHEMATICS
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CEDYA + CMA 2017

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Tomás Alarcón

Tomás Alarcón studied Physics for his Bachelor degree and went on to earn a PhD in Physics from University of Barcelona (November 2000). Upon obtention of his PhD degree, he moved to Oxford where he took up a postdoc position at the Centre for Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Institute, where he started his research in modelling tumour growth working with Helen Byrne (Nottingham) and Philip Maini (Oxford). After three years in Oxford (from January 2001 to December 2003), he moved to London as a postdoc at the Bioinformatics Unit, University College London, with Karen Page. There he worked in modelling tumour dormancy and the dynamics of cell surface receptors. In December 2006, he joined the programme Complexity and Networks, lead by Henrik Jensen, at Imperial College, London as a postdoc to work in evolutionary processes under epigenetic regulation. In December 2009, he joined the Mathematical Biology group in the Basque Centre for Applied Mathematics (BCAM) as a BCAM researcher and Group Leader.

As of November 2010, he work at the Centre de Recerca Matematica (Bellaterra, Barcelona) where he leads the Computational & Mathematical Biology group. 

His research focuses on Mathematical Biology, in particular Stochastic and Multiscale tumor growth and angiogenesis modeling. The main objective of research is to understand the mechanisms involved in drug resistance and the formulation of robust therapeutic strategies for such effects.



Tomás Alarcón
Centre de Recerca Matemàtica
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