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David Murrugarra

School of Mathematics
Georgia Institute of Technology                                                      Phone:  (404) 894-9364
686 Cherry Street                                                          Email: davidmur@math.gatech.edu
Atlanta, GA, 30332-0160 USA                       Web:  http://www.math.gatech.edu/~davidmur/

Professional Experience:

  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-present.

 

Education:

  • PhD in Mathematics, Virginia Tech (2007-2012).

Advisor: Dr. Reinhard Laubenbacher.

  • M.S. in Mathematics, Virginia Tech (2006-2007).

Advisor: Dr. Peter Haskell.

  • B. S. in Mathematics, San Marcos University (1999-2004).

Advisor: Dr. Agripino Garcia.

Publications:

  1. Modeling Stochasticity and Variability in Gene Regulatory Networks. David Murrugarra, Alan Veliz-Cuba, Boris Aguilar, Seda Arat, Reinhard Laubenbacher. EURASIP Journal on Bioinformatics and Systems Biology, 2012: 2012:5.

 

  1. Regulatory Patterns in Molecular Interaction Networks. David Murrugarra and Reinhard Laubenbacher. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 288, 66-72, 2011.
  1. The Number of Multistate Nested Canalyzing Functions. David Murrugarra and Reinhard Laubenbacher. Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena, 241, 921-938, 2012.

 

  1. Bifurcations in Boolean Networks. Chris J. Kuhlman, Henning S. Mortveit, David Murrugarra, V. S. Anil Kumar. Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, proc, AP, 29-46, 2012.
  1. Boolean nested canalizing functions: a comprehensive analysis. Yuan Li, John O. Adeyeye, David Murrugarra, Boris Aguilar, Reinhard Laubenbacher. Theoretical Computer Science, 2013. Accepted.

 

  1. A Mathematical Framework for Agent Based Models of Complex Biological Networks. Franziska Hinkelmann, David Murrugarra, Abdul Jarrah, Reinhard Laubenbacher. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 73(7):1583-1602, 2011.
  1. Structure and Dynamics of Acyclic Networks. Alan Veliz-Cuba, David Murrugarra, Reinhard Laubenbacher. Under Review.

 

  1. The Characterization and Enumeration of Canalyzing Functions over Finite Fields. Yuan Li, David Murrugarra, John Adeyeye, Reinhard Laubenbacher. Under Review.
  1. Structure and Dynamics of Polynomial Dynamical Systems. Reinhard Laubenbacher, David Murrugarra, Alan Veliz-Cuba. Proc. 2011 NSF Engineering Research and Innovation Conference, Atlanta, GA, January 2011.

 

Research Experience:

  1. Graduate Research Assistant, Virginia Bioinformatics Institute, Virginia Tech, Polynomial dynamical systems over finite fields: from structure to dynamics.2010 – 2012.
  2. Graduate Research Assistant, Virginia Bioinformatics Institute, Virginia Tech, Computational Biomathematics: Toward Optimal Control Of Complex Biological Systems, Fall 2009 – Spring 2010.

 

Mentoring Experience:

  • Summer 2012, REU mentor, Virginia Bioinformatics Institute, Virginia Tech, Modeling the role of miRNAs on buffering noise.
  • Summer 2011, REU mentor, Virginia Bioinformatics Institute, Virginia Tech, Incorporating Math and Technology into Live Sciences for Career Exploration.
  • Fall 2010 and Spring 2011, mentor for undergraduate Research, Virginia Bioinformatics Institute, Virginia Tech, Stochastic Systems.

 

Teaching Experience:

  • School of Mathematics, Georgia Institute of Technology,
  • Spring 2013, Math 2401, Calculus III.
  • Fall 2012, Math 3012, Applied Combinatorics.

 

  • Department of Mathematics, Virginia Tech,
  • Summer I 2009, Math 1526, Elementary Calculus with Matrices.
  • Spring 2009, Math 2015, Elementary Calculus with Trigonometry II.
  • Fall 2008, Math 2015, Elementary Calculus with Trigonometry II.
  • Spring 2007, Math 1224 recitations, Vector Geometry.
  • Fall 2007, Math1224 recitations, Vector Geometry.
  • Summer 2007, Math 1114, Linear Algebra      

                           

  • Department of Mathematics, San Marcos University, Lima, Peru,
  • Fall 2005, Linear Algebra II.

Talks:

  1. Discrete Models in Systems Biology. Algebra and Discrete Math (ADM) Seminar. Clemson University, Clemson, SC, Oct. 25, 2012.

 

  1. Stochastic Discrete Dynamical Systems, Mathematical Biology and Ecology Seminar, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA, April 18, 2012.
  1. Stochastic Discrete Dynamical Systems, AMS special session on Dynamics of complex networks, Washington, DC, March 17-18, 2012.

 

  1. Understanding the effect of intrinsic noise in stability: a discrete approach. Workshop on Discrete and Topological Models in Molecular Biology, Tampa, FL, March 12-14, 2012.
  1. A Stochastic Framework for Discrete Models in Systems Biology, SACNAS National Conference, Empowering Innovation and Synergy Through Diversity, San Jose, CA October 27 – 30, 2011.

 

  1. A Stochastic Framework for Discrete Models in Systems Biology. Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology, MBI, Columbus, Ohio, August 29 – September 01, 2011.
  • Robustez de Modelos Discretos en Biología de Sistemas (Spanish), Department of Mathematics, Postgraduate Program, San Marcos University, Lima, Peru, May 10, 2011.

 

  1. The Number of Multistate Nested Canalyzing Functions, Student Research Seminars, Virginia Tech SIAM Student Chapter, Blacksburg, VA, March 30, 2011.
  • Robustness of Discrete Models in System Biology, SACNAS National Conference, Science, Technology, and Diversity for a Sustainable Future, Anaheim, CA September 30 – October 03, 2010.

 

  1. An Optimal Control Problem for in vitro Virus Competition, 34th SIAM Southeastern-Atlantic Section Conference, March 20-21, 2010, North Carolina State University.

Posters:

  1. Stochastic Discrete Dynamical Systems. SACNAS National Conference, Science, Technology, and Diversity for a Healthy World, Seattle, WA, October 11-14, 2012.

 

  1. Stochastic Discrete Dynamical Systems. MBI (Mathematical Biosciences Institute) Workshop on Algebraic Methods in Systems and Evolutionary Biology, Columbus, Ohio, May 06-11, 2012.
  1. Understanding the effect of intrinsic noise in stability: a discrete approach. Workshop on Robustness in Biological Systems, Columbus, Ohio, February 06-10, 2012.

 

  1. A Stochastic Framework for Discrete Models in Systems Biology. SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry, Raleigh, NC, October 06 – October 09, 2011.
  1. Nested Canalyzing Functions, NSF Engineering Research and Innovation Conference, Atlanta, GA, January 4-7, 2011.

 

Conferences/Travel Awards:

  • SACNAS National Conference travel award, Science, Technology, and Diversity for a Healthy World, Seattle, WA, October 11-14, 2012.

 

  • MBI (Mathematical Biosciences Institute) Math Biology: Looking Forward Workshop (MBI’s 10th anniversary meeting), Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 19-21, 2012.
  • MBI (Mathematical Biosciences Institute) Workshop on Algebraic Methods in Systems and Evolutionary Biology, Columbus, Ohio, May 06-11, 2012.

 

  • MBI (Mathematical Biosciences Institute) Workshop on Robustness in Biological Systems, Columbus, Ohio, February 06-10, 2012.
  • SACNAS National Conference travel award, Empowering Innovation and Synergy Through Diversity, San Jose, CA, October 27-30, 2011.

 

  • IMA (Institute for Mathematics and its Applications) Special Workshop: Macaulay2, Minneapolis, MN, July 25-29, 2011.
  • MBI (Mathematical Biosciences Institute) Workshop on New Developments in Dynamical Systems Arising from the Biosciences, Columbus, Ohio, March 23-26, 2011.

 

  • SACNAS National Conference travel award, Science, Technology, and Diversity for a Sustainable Future, Anaheim, CA, September 30 - October 03, 2010.
  • MBI (Mathematical Biosciences Institute) Bootcamp in Cancer Modeling, Columbus, Ohio, September 7-10, 2010.

 

  • SAMSI Opening Workshop: Program On Complex Networks, August 29 - September 1, 2010 at the Radisson RTP.
  • 34th SIAM Southeastern-Atlantic Section Conference, March 20-21, 2010, North Carolina State University.

 

  • American Mathematical Society Travel Award, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 13-16, 2010, San Francisco, California.
  • NIMBioS (National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis) Workshop, Optimal Control and Optimization for Individual-based and Agent-based Models, December 1-3, 2009, Knoxville, Tennessee.

 

  • MBI (Mathematical Biosciences Institute) Mathematical Developments Arising from Biology, Columbus, Ohio, November 8-10, 2009.
  • Math Institutes, Modern Math Workshop, Dallas Texas, October 14-15, 2009.

 

  • SACNAS National Conference Travel Scholarship, Improving the Human Condition: Challenges for Interdisciplinary Science, Dallas, TX October 15-18, 2009.
  • SAMSI Transition Workshop: On Algebraic Methods in System Biology and Statistics, June 18-20, 2009 at the Radisson RTP.

 

  • Mathematical Modeling in the Medical Sciences Conference, May 18-21, 2009 (Vanderbilt University) Nashville, Tennessee, 2009.

Honor:

  • Ranked 1st at graduation from the San Marcos National University, Lima, Peru, 2004.

 

Professional Associations:

  • AMS-American Mathematical Society.

 

  • SACNAS-Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science.
  • AAAS-American Association for the Advancement of Science.

 

  • SIAM-Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.

Professional Services:

  • Reviewer for the Journal of Theoretical Biology, PLOS ONE, and Bulletin of Mathematical Biology.

 

  • SIAM Student Chapter at Virginia Tech. Vice President for Technology 2010-2011. Secretary 2009-2010.
  • LAIGSA-Latin American and Iberic Graduate Student Association. President 2007-2008.

 

Software and Programming Experience:

  • Perl, C++, Matlab, Mathematica, Macaulay 2, Xppaut, GimSim.

 

Languages:

  • English, Spanish, Quechua.

 

References:

Reinhard Laubenbacher                                                                                     PhD advisor
Department of Mathematics
Virginia Tech
Virginia Bioinformatics Institute                                                          reinhard@vbi.vt.edu
Blacksburg, VA, 24061 USA.

Christine Heitsch                                                                                  Postdoctoral Advisor               
School of Mathematics                                                                 heitsch@math.gatech.edu
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA, 30332-0160 USA.

Henning Mortveit                                                                          henning.mortveit@vt.edu
Department of Mathematics
Virginia Tech
Virginia Bioinformatics Institute
Blacksburg, VA, 24060.

 

 

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