University of California, Davis
emeyer [at] math [dot] ucdavis [dot] edu
I am a PhD candidate in the math department and the applied math graduate group.
I'm also a 2019-2020 Graduate Writing Fellow for the Writing Across the Curriculum program.
Broadly, I study mathematical biology. My current area of focus applies mathematical models to study cardiac pacemaking.
I have also done research in experimental neuroscience (investigating
the mechanism of food- and drug-induced circadian rhythmic patterns via the suprachiasmatic nucleus of the mouse brain) and in analysis (using variational methods
to study two-parameter eigencurves for the p-Laplacian Sturm-Liouville equation). Contact me for any additional details!
- MAT 012 (Summer Session II 2018): Precalculus
Teaching Assistant (recent):
- MAT 108 (F19): Introduction to Abstract Math
- MAT 119A (F18): ODEs
- MAT 025 (F17): advanced calculus/introductory real analysis
- MAT 017C (S17): calculus for biosciences
- MAT 017A (F16, W17, F18): calculus for biosciences