Bhargav Ram Karamched
University of Utah
Department of Mathematics, LCB 302
Salt Lake City, UT, 84112-0090
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