# Research Interests

Mathematical/computational immunology and physiology, pathogensis modeling, treatment/controlMathematical modeling and calibration techniques; analysis of experimental data

Uncertainty quantification, variability modeling, rigorous model comparison

Mathematical and statistical aspects of inverse problems

Practical applications of functional analysis

# Current Research

Extensions of model comparison tests, asymptotic theory for least squares problemsComputational methods for nonparametric estimation of measures in inverse problems

Quantitative analysis of dynamic responsiveness in lymphocyte cultures (growth, division, differentiation)

Statistical/error modeling for random sampling via flow cytometry

# Recent Publications

H.T. Banks, Dustin Kapraun, W. Clayton Thompson, Cristina Peligero, Jordi Argilaguet, and Andreas Meyerhans, A Novel Statistical Analysis and Interpretation of Flow Cytometry Data, *J. Biological Dynamics* (submitted).

CRSC-TR12-23

H.T. Banks and W. Clayton Thompson, Least squares estimation of probability measures in the Prohorov Metric Framework, *Inverse Problems* (submitted).

CRSC-TR12-21

Amanda Choi, Tori Huffman, John Nardini, Laura Poag, W. Clayton Thompson, and H.T. Banks, Modeling CFSE Label Decay in Flow Cytometry Data, *Applied Math Letters* (accepted).

CRSC-TR12-20

H.T. Banks, Zackary R. Kenz, and W. Clayton Thompson, An extension of RSS-based model comparison tests for weighted least squares, *Intl. J. Pure and Appl. Math* **79** (2012), 155-183.

CRSC-TR12-18

# Recent Presentations

*None*

# Teaching

(Fall 2012-present) Co-adviser, Interdisciplinary Training for Undergraduates in Biological and Mathematical Sciences (UBM)

Sponsored by National Science Foundation

Project on mathematical modelling in immunology

Advised four students in undergraduate research (two from mathematics, two from biology)

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