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Virginia Pasour

‏‏‎ ‎Program Manager, Biomathematics
Army Research Office

Research Interest:
Theoretical ecology, especially the interplay between physics and biology in marine and aquatic ecosystems. Hybrid mathematical/statistical modeling, and immersed boundary problems


Professional Background

PhD in Applied Mathematic - Cornell University M.S in Applied Mathematic - Cornell Univeristy Dissertation: Computation and Analytical Perspectives on the Drift Paradox Problem in a Freshwater Embayment

Research Synopsis

Identify promising new areas of basic research in Biomathematics
Work with external researchers to formulate, fund, and manage projects in these areas
Coordinate with other government program managers/agencies to achieve the most revolutionary new insights in the field with minimum duplicated effort
Help transition funded basic research to Army and other government scientists