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Past NIMBioS Postdoctoral Fellow

Ioannis Sgouralis

Ioannis Sgouralis photo. Dates: September 2014 – July 2016
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Project Title: Modeling dynamic renal autoregulation at the organ level

Ioannis Sgouralis (Mathematics, Duke, 2014) developed a computational model of renal autoregulation that dynamically represents the myogenic response and tubuloglomerular feedback at the whole kidney level. After completing his fellowship, he accepted a postdoctoral position at the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.

LiveScience Profile Q&A with Dr. Sgouralis: Computer models aid kidney disease research

Video Interview: The Mathematics of the kidney

Seminars

  • Buffering of pressure transients in renal autoregulation. NIMBioS Casual Seminar. April 2015.
  • Mathematical modeling of blood flow control in the kidney. Dept. of Mathematics, Univ. of Tennessee. April 2015.
  • A computational framework for organelle tracking with applications to plant cells. Dept. of Mathematics, Univ. of Tennessee. February 2015.
  • Video icon. NIMBioS Seminar: Mathematical modeling of renal complications induced by cardiac surgery. December 2014.

Publications while at NIMBioS

  • Sgouralis I, Nebenfuhr A, Maroulas V. 2017. A Bayesian Topological Framework for the Identification and Reconstruction of Subcellular Motion. SIAM Journal on Imaging Sciences, 2(10): 871. [Online]
  • Sgouralis I, Schwartz F, Nebenfuhr, Maroulas V. May 2015. A novel algorithm for automatic reconstruction of subcellular motion. 45th Annual John H. Barrett Memorial Lectures, Univ. of Tennessee.
  • Sgouralis I and Layton A. February 2015. Mathematical modeling of renal hemodynamics in renal physiology and pathophysiology. Mathematical Biosciences.
  • Sgouralis I and Layton A. February 2015. Conduction of feedback-mediated signal in a computational model of coupled nephrons. Mathematical Medicine and Biology.

Presentations

  • Multicell models in renal physiology. Investigative workshop: Many-cell system modeling, NIMBioS, July 2015
  • Modeling of renal oxygenation in diabetes. SMB Annual Meeting, Atlanta, June 2015.
  • A novel algorithm for automatic reconstruction of subcellular motion. John H Barrett Lectures, Univ. of Tennessee, May 2015.

Posters

  • A large scale model of renal hemodynamics combining the myogenic response and tubuloglomerular feedback mechanisms. I Sgouralis. Investigative workshop: Many-cell system modeling, NIMBioS, July 2015.
  • A novel filtering algorithm for automatic reconstruction of subcellular motion. I Sgouralis, V Maroulas, A Nebenfuhr, and F Schwartz. John H Barrett Lectures, Univ. of Tennessee, May 2015.
  • Urinary PO2 as a biomarker for medullary hypoxia. I Sgouralis, R Evans, B Gardiner, and A Layton. Experimental Biology, Boston, March 2015.

Education, Outreach and Training


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