Angela Reynolds

Associate Professor 

Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics 


My research  focuses on understanding the role of inflammation in multiple diseases and wound healing using different modeling approaches and computational methods. I have worked on collaborative teams focused on sepsis, Lung health (age-dependent and/or ventilator-induced), Atherosclerosis, and the effects of systemic mediators on wound healing. Additionally, I have collaborated on projects exploring data-driven tumor modeling, sickle cell disease and resistance training.

Graduated PhD students:

Racheal Cooper

Marcella Torres

Sarah Minucci