- Mathematical and computational biology
- Mathematical oncology
- Stochastic modeling and simulation
- Multi-scale data integration
- Personalized cancer medicine
- Vascular morphogenesis
- Collective cell dynamics
- Cell signalling and metabolism
- IMB9270 - Quantitative biology, or mathematics is biology's next microscope, UiO
- MF9130E - Introductory course in statistics, UiO
- MF9270 - Quantitative biology, or mathematics is biology’s next microscope, UiO
- SS2014 - Biology and mathematics of vascular development, TU Dresden
- WS2013/14 - Computational systems biology of cancer, TU Dresden
- WS2012/13 - Principles of cancer development: Mechanisms and mathematical models, TU Dresden
- SS2012 - Biology and mathematics of brain tumors, TU Dresden
Higher education and employment history
- Research Associate, Department of Biostatistics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo, Norway, 2016-....
- Research Associate, Department for Innovative Methods of Computing, Center for High Performance Computing, TU Dresden, Germany, 2012-2015.
- Co-coordinator of GlioMath-Dresden project, TU Dresden, Germany, 2012-2014.
- PhD in Mathematical and Computational Biology (Advisors: Prof. M.A. Herrero and Prof. J.M. Perez-Pomares), Department of Applied Mathematics, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain, 2012.
- MSc in Physics and Mathematics - Biomathematics, University of Granada, Spain, 2008.
- MSc in Mathematical Research - Applied Mathematics, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain, 2007.
- Bachelor in Mathematics, University of Málaga, Spain, 2005.
- Vessela Kristensen and Olav Engebråten, Institute for Cancer Research, Oslo University Hospital, Norway (simulation of personalise therapies in breast cancer)
- Walter de Back, Institute for Medical Informatics and Biometry, TU Dresden, Germany (quantitative image analysis and modeling of endothelial cell dynamics)
- Koichi Nishiyama, International Research Center for Medical Sciences, Kumamoto University, Japan (collective cell dynamics in in vitro angiogenesis)
- Tore Skotland, Simona Kavaliauskiene and Kirsten Sandvig, Institute for Cancer Research, Oslo University Hospital, Norway (modeling glycosphingolipid metabolism)
- Hesso Farhan and Salim Ghannoum, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo (quantitative analysis and modeling of cancer cell migration)
- Jorrit Enserink and Ignacio García Llorente, Institute for Cancer Research, Oslo University Hospital (mathematical modeling of mating pheromone signalling pathway in yeast)