Renaud Dessalles

Renaud Dessalles, Ph.D., is a postdoctoral researcher at the laboratory of Biomathematics at UCLA and is currently working on the modeling of the immune responses to antigens. His main interests consist of mathematical and computational modeling applied to biology, using mainly (but not exclusively) stochastic models. During his Ph.D. research in Applied Mathematics at INRA and INRIA (France), he worked on the stochastic modeling of protein production inside bacteria. Renaud’s main skills consist of the analysis of stochastic and deterministic models and the use of several computational language (Python, C++, Matlab, Julia) for simulations.

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