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Jonathan Bell
PhD 1977, UCLA
Professor
Office: Room MP427
Phone: 410-455-3298
Email: jbell@umbc.edu
Personal Web Page
Professor Bell is a biomathematician, with a special interest in the development and analysis of mathematical models describing electrical behavior in nerve cells. Research has included effects of spatially non-uniform properties on impulse conduction, ephaptic transmission, threshold behavior in myelinated axons, mechanical-to electrical transduction in hair cells and skin receptors, and inverse problems in neural fibers. For more details, see Professor Bell's web site. Professor Bell has taught at Texas A&M University and the State University of New York, Buffalo before coming to UMBC. He has been a visiting researcher at Oxford University, Heriot-Watt University, and the National Institutes of Health. He has served as Department Chair at both SUNY, Buffalo and UMBC.
 
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