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Dr Marine Aubert

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Name:
Marine Aubert
Position:
Postdoc
Address:
Department of Mathematics
University of Dundee
Dundee DD1 4HN
E-mail:
marineatmaths.dundee.ac.uk

Research Interests:

  • Angiogenesis/Retinal Vasculature
  • Cancer modelling (Migration of tumour cells)
  • Description of structures in bacteria colonies

Publications:

Angiogenesis/Retinal Vasculature:
  • Aubert M, Chaplain MAJ, McDougall SR, Devlin A, Mitchell CA (2010) A continuous mathematical model of the developing murine retinal vasculature, submitted.
Cancer modelling:
  • Badoual M, Deroulers C, Aubert M, Grammaticos B (2010) Modelling intercellular communication and its effects on tumour growth, submitted.
  • Deroulers C, Aubert M, Badoual M, Grammaticos B (2009) Modelling tumour cell migration: from microscopic to macroscopic, Phys. Rev. E 79:031917, pdf.
  • Aubert M, Badoual M, Grammaticos B (2008) A model for short- and long-range interactions of migrating tumour cells, Acta Biotheoretica 56(4):297-314, Abstract, pdf.
  • Aubert M, Badoual M, Christov C, Grammaticos B (2008) A model for glioma cell migration on collagen and astrocytes, J R Soc Interface 5(18):75-83, Abstract, pdf.
  • Aubert M (2007) Modélisation des interactions lors de la migration des cellules tumorales, Journées des Rencontres des Jeunes Chercheurs 2007 pdf (in French).
  • Aubert M, Badoual M, Féreol S, Christov C, Grammaticos B (2006) A cellular automaton model for the migration of glioma cells, Phys Biol 3(2):93-100, Abstract, pdf.
Description of structures in bacteria colonies:
  • Badoual M, Derbez P, Aubert M, Grammaticos B (2009) Simulating the migration and growth of Bacillus subtillis, Physica A 388:549-559, pdf.
  • Grammaticos B, Badoual M, Aubert M (2007) An (almost) solvable model for bacterial pattern formation, Physica D 234(2):90-97, pdf.

PhD Thesis

  • Aubert M (2008) Modelling the migration of tumour cells: in vitro growth of spheroids of glioblastoma cells, Université Paris Diderot - Paris 7, Abstract, thesis (in French).