Bryan Félix

Department of Mathematics

University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

Office: Vincent Hall 270-B


About Me. I’m a mathematics Ph.D. student at the University of Minnesota - Twin cities. My research interests are in Dynamical Systems, Math Modeling, Math Biology and Partial Differential Equations. I graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BS degree in Mathematics. Below you’ll find the papers and presentations I have prepared since 2015. 

This website is under continuous (perhaps discrete) construction.


A phosphoinositide-based model of actin waves in frustrated phagocytosis, with M. Avila Ponce de Leo ́n, H.G. Othmer, Journal of Theoretical Biology, (2021) Accepted.

The Roles of Signaling in Cytoskeletal Changes, Random Movement, Direction-Sensing and Polarization of Eukaryotic Cells with Hans Othmer and Yougan Cheng. Cells, 9,  (2020).

Analyzing multistationarity in chemical reaction networks using the determinant optimization method, with Anne Shiu and Zev Woodstock. Applied Mathematics and Computation. Volumes 287–288, pp. 60-73 (2016).


An Infinite Family of Chemical Reaction Networks with Multiple Non-Degenerate Equilibria. Presented at MathFest, Washington DC, August 2015.

Introduction to Neural Codes. Presented at the Texas A&M math REU program, College Station, TX, June 2015.

TGF-ß Induced Epithelial to Mesenchymal Transition. With Abbigael VanDusen and Elizabeth Wilson. Presented at The University of Minnesota, December 2017.

Pick a flower on Earth and you move the farthest star. -Paul Dirac.

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