Dr. Amina Eladdadi


Associate Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics
The College of Saint Rose

Education: PhD in Applied Mathematics RPI  & B.Sc. in Computer Science, The College of Saint Rose  

Area of Expertise: Mathematical Modeling in Biology & Medicine; Mathematical Finance
Current Interests: Improving Undergraduate STEM Education Through Research Experiences; Women in STEM; Big Data Analytics



Provisions Fellow on Critical Thinking for 2013-14 at the College of Saint Rose (http://provisionsblog.wordpress.com/category/critical-thinking/) or read the Blogs there: Blogs on Teaching 

 Another Blog by our own students: Professor Shout out! Read all about it - Blog

Undergraduate Research Projects

I am interested in the application of mathematics in biology and medicine. The mathematical methods I use are differential equations, dynamical systems and numerical simulations. There are several opportunities for undergraduate research projects. If you are interested please e-mail me or stop by my office. 

  • Mathematical and Computational Biology, Research in Mathematics, Discrete dynamical systems, Mathematical modeling with differential equations, Mathematical modeling of cancer, Mathematical modeling for drug therapy (chemotherapy), Mathematical Ecology/Evolutionary Biology, Mathematical  modeling of diseases, Cell Biology: Math modeling, Cardiovascular modeling, and Neuroscience modeling

  • Facilitating Interdisciplinary Research: Free book from The National Academies Press. This book examines current interdisciplinary research efforts and recommends ways to stimulate and support such research. Advances in science and engineering increasingly require the collaboration of scholars from various fields. This shift is driven by ... Click on the link below to read more...(http://books.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=11153)
  • Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013: 

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