Prof Krasimira Tsaneva-Atanasova
Professor of Mathematics for Healthcare
Telephone: 01392 723615
Extension: (Streatham) 3615Research
My main research interests fall within the area of biomathematics. A major focus of my work is to study how complicated transitions to different dynamic regimes manifests themselves in the full phase space of a given dynamical system and hence explain physiologically relevant function of the real-world system it represents. The ultimate goal is to be able to propose novel applications of mathematics to enable the development of quantitative methods for healthcare and healthcare technologies. My current and future research plans predominantly focus on projects that could make a difference to experimental scientists and clinicians, and potentially society through the applications of mathematics for personalised prediction and decision in prevention, diagnosis or treatment of health related conditions. Google Scholar profile.Background
I earned my undergraduate and MSc degrees in mathematics at the University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria from 1991 until 1996. In September 2001 I started a PhD in applied mathematics at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. After completing my PhD in October 2004 I spent 18 months as a post-doctoral fellow at the Laboratory of Biological Modelling, National Institutes of Health, USA and another 15 months as a post-doctoral fellow at the Department of Mathematics and the Department of Biology at Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris, France. I joined the Department of Engineering Mathematics at the University of Bristol in October 2007 as a lecturer and was promoted to a Reader in Applied Mathematics in 2012. I moved to the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, University of Exeter in July 2013 where I am currently a Professor of Mathematics for Healthcare.