CSEM Graduate Fellowship
Graduate Student Center for Computational Oncology
Caleb recently graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in the inaugural class of the computational engineering program. Housed within the Aerospace Department, the major focuses on numerical analysis, computational science, and fundamental engineering. Caleb began his graduate studies in Computational Science, Engineering, and Mathematics (CSEM) at UT with a specific focus in computational medicine and oncology. His work has primarily focused on developing and calibrating agent-based models of tumor angiogenesis with confocal microscopy data from a novel 3D tumor-mimicking device. Moving forward, Caleb's research interests involve mathematical descriptions of patient-specific conditions and orienting therapy to match each individual's cancer.
Outside of research, Caleb attends the Austin Stone with his wife Janelle, plays cricket in the Austin Tapeball Cricket League, loves South Asian culture and cuisine, and loves going on long road trips. Say hi anytime!
B.S., Computational Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin