Kim Y. Ward
BS (1990) Mathematical Sciences, Virginia Commonwealth University; M.S. (1992) Mathematical Sciences, Virginia Commonwealth University
Ph.D. (1998) Computational
and Applied Mathematics, Old Dominion University
thesis: Reaction-Diffusion Models of Cancer Dispersion; Advisor: John Adam
: Assistant Professor Mathematics Eastern Connecticut State University
Dr. Ward has had to struggle with considerable adversity. Shortly after earning the doctorate, an autombile accident left were with some physical impailments. Subsequently she has turned her interest from modeling cancer to mathematical modeling of wound healing.
2002 Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Eastern Connecticut State University
1998-2002 Virginia Union University, Assistant Professor and, from 2000, Chairperson in The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science.
Adam, J. A., & Ward, K. Y. Limiting spheroid size as a function of growth factor source location. Applied Mathematics Letters, 10(3) (1997), pp. 43-46.
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