Bhargav Ram Karamched

University of Utah

Department of Mathematics, LCB 302

Salt Lake City, UT, 84112-0090

USA

Email:
"karamche at math dot utah dot edu"

I am a graduate student in Mathematics at the University of Utah. I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from the University of Oklahoma in 2012.

I am interested in mathematically studying the biophysical mechanisms that underly cellular and biochemical processes. In particular, I am interested in the processes involved with intracellular transport. Several of these mechanisms are driven by molecular motors. Currently, I am working with Professor Paul Bressloff to develop a model investigating flagellar length control.

P. C. Bressloff and B. R. Karamched. Doubly Stochastic Poisson Model of Flagellar Length Control. *Submitted.*

B. R. Karamched and P. C. Bressloff. Effects of Cell Geometry on Reversible Vesicular Delivery. *J. Phys. A.* **50** 055601 (2017).

P. C. Bressloff and B. R. Karamched. A Model of Reversible Vesicular Transport with Exclusion. *J. Phys. A.* **49** 345602 (2016).

P. C. Bressloff and B. R. Karamched. A Frequency-Dependent Decoding Mechanism for Axonal Length Sensing.. *Front. Cell. Neurosci.* 9:281.(2015).

B. R. Karamched and P. C. Bressloff. A Delayed Feedback Model of Axonal Length Sensing. *Biophys. J.* **108** 2408-2419 (2015).

Fall 2012: TA for MATH 1310- Engineering Calculus I

Spring 2013: TA for MATH 1320 - Engineering Calculus II

Fall 2013: MATH 1320 - Engineering Calculus II Reviews

Spring 2014: TA for MATH 3140 - Vector Calculus and Partial Differential Equations

Fall 2014: MATH 2250 - Differential Equations and Linear Algebra Reviews

Spring 2015: MATH 1320 - Engineering Calculus II Reviews

Fall 2015: MATH 1311- Accelerated Engineering Calculus I Reviews

Spring 2016: MATH 3140 - Vector Calculus and Partial Differential Equations Reviews