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Publications

  • Mazzag, Borbala. 2006. Fun with fractals. Presented at Redwood Empire Mathematics Tournament, Humboldt State University, March 25, in Arcata, California.

  • Mazzag, Borbala. 2006. Analysis of the effect of residual Ca2+ on the gating of Ca2+-regulated Ca2+-channels. Presented at SIAM Life Sciences and Society for Mathematical Biology Joint Meeting, August 1, in Raleigh, NC.

  • Mazzag, Borbala. 2005. The dynamics of Ca2+ channel clusters. Presented at Mathematics Colloquium, Humboldt State University, January 20, in Arcata, California.

  • Mazzag, B., C. Tignanelli and G. Smith. 2005. The effect of residual Ca2+ on the stochastic gating of Ca2+-regulated Ca2+ channel models. Journal of theoretical biology: 121-50.

  • Mazzag, Borbala. 2004. Analysis of the effect of residual Ca2+ on the gating of calcium-regulated calcium channels. Presented at Biophys. Soc. Annual Meeting, February 15-18, in Baltimore.

  • Mazzag, Borbala. 2004. Analysis of the effect of residual Ca2+ on the gating of calcium-regulated calcium channels,. Presented at Society for Math Biology Annual Meeting, July 25-28, in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

  • Mazzag, Borbala. 2004. Using Math in Cell Biology: How do Calcium Channels Work? Presented at Mathematics Colloquium, Humboldt State University, March 25, in Arcata, California.

  • Mazzag, Borbala. 2004. Using Math in Cell Biology: How do Calcium Channels Work?, invited talk. Presented at Mathematics Colloquium, Sonoma State University, April 21, in Rohnert Park, California.

  • Mazzag, Borbala. 2004. A Mathematical Model of Bacterial Aerotaxis. Presented at Graduate Student Seminar, Mathematics Department, University of Utah, Sep 14, in Salt lake City, Utah.

  • Mazzag, Borbala. 2004. The feedback of a localized calcium domain on calcium-gated channels. Presented at Mathematical Biology Seminar, Mathematics Department, University of Utah, Oct 29, in Salt lake City, Utah.

  • Mazzag, B., J.S. Tamaresis and A.I. Barakat. 2003. A Model for Shear Stress Sensing and Transmission in Vascular Endothelial Cells. Biophys.J 84: 4087-4101.

  • Mazzag, B., I. Zhulin and A. Mogilner. 2003. Model of Bacterial Band Formation in Aerotaxis. Biophys.J 85: 3558-3574.

  • Mazzag, Borbala. 2002. Chemotaxis - A theoretical view on gradient sensing in animal cells. Presented at Mathematics Colloquium, Humboldt State University, April 18, in Arcata, California.

  • Mazzag, Borbala. 2002. A Mathematical Model of Bacterial Aerotaxis. Presented at Applied Science Seminar, Department of Applied Science, College of William and Mary, Oct. 17, in Williamsburg, VA.

  • Mazzag, Borbala. 2002. A Mathematical Model of Cell Deformation. Presented at Mathematics Colloquium, Humboldt State University, Nov. 14, in Arcata, California.

  • Mazzag, Borbala. 2000. Pattern Formation in Chemotactic Animal Cells. Presented at Spring Symposium. Sponsored by the Research Training Grant in Nonlinear Dynamics in Biology, April 7-9, in Davis, California.

  • Mazzag, Borbala. 1999. Modeling Bacterial Band formation in Aerotaxis. Presented at Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Biology,Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, June 19 - July 3, in The Netherlands.

  • Mazzag, B., A. Gallegos and A. Mogilner. Forthcoming. Mathematical analysis of the swarming behavior of myxobacteria. Bulletin of Math Biology.

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Educational Background

  • 1995 – , Crown College, University of California,Santa Cruz ()

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Grants

  • CSUPERB Faculty Seed Grant

  • Subcontract on NSF Career Grant to Gregory D. Smith

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Positions & Honors

  • August 2004-May 2005 – Subcontract on NSF Career Grant to Gregory D. Smith, University of Utah

  • 2001 – Alice Leung Scholarship, UC Davis

  • 2001 – Summer Research Fellowship, UC Davis

  • 1999 – Consortium for Women and Research Travel Award, UC Davis

  • 1996 – Soros Foundation Travel Award:, Budapest, Hungary

  • 1995 – Thesis Honors, Mathematics Department, University of California,Santa Cruz

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