Kang-Ling Liao
 
 
Mathematical Biosciences Institute 
The Ohio State University                                             
376 Jennings Hall
1735 Neil Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210 U.S.A.
 
  
Phone (Office): (614) 688-0427  
E-mail: liao.92@osu.edu
               
 
 
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I am a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI). My research interests are in differential equations, delayed differential equations, and bifurcation theory.

I have been working on many interesting mathematical biological problems, such as somitogenesis, modeling in cancer immunoediting, and evolution in ecology.  

 

Research Interests

Modeling in Cancer Immunoediting
            The controversial role of CD200-CD200R in tumor microenvironment
            The functions of Interleukins in tumor microenvironment
            How anti-PD-L1 or anti-PD-1 drug improve cancer treatment efficacy

Somitogenesis
            What mechanism induces synchronous oscillation, traveling wave pattern, and oscillation-
            arrested gene expression?
            What is the main function of the Notch signaling pathway and how does it promote synchrony?
            How coupling strength and coupling delays affect the dynamics in somitogenesis
            Whether decoupling cells can destroy oscillation?
            The different dynamics between coupled cells and decoupled cells.
            Which of the mathematical model types is most suitable to generate these major dynamics in
            somitogenesis?

Evolution in Ecology
            How time delay affects the species migration

SnackBack Repeller
                How to modify Marotto's Theorem?
                Construct numerical method to detect the existence of snackback repeller