Kevin Brown, Ph.D.
Mathematical modeling and inference in complex biological systems; data-driven inverse problems in systems biology and systems neuroscience; statistical mechanical tools for dynamical models with many parameters; Bayesian and nonparametric statistical methods for inference of network structure from data.
Bronwell 206 A. B. , 260 Glenbrook Road, Unit 3247
University of Connecticut
Storrs, CT 06269-3247
Office Fax: (860) 486-2500
BS (Physics) Louisiana State University
BA (Mathematics) Louisiana State University
PhD (Theoretical Physics) Cornell University
I am a theoretical and computational systems biologist and systems neuroscientist. I study complex biological systems, employing methodology from dynamical systems, Bayesian and nonparametric statistics, computational biology, and statistical signal processing. My work has focused heavily on inverse problems; inferring network and model structures from cellular time series measurements, protein sequences, and high-dimensional brain data. My work is strongly connected to experimental data, and I continue to have many productive collaborations with experimentalists.
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