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  • Application: Kathleen WilkiePosting number: F326POPosting: Assistant Professor (Faculty / Academic Administrator / Unclassified)Form: Faculty ApplicationSubmitted: December 07, 2015 at 10:56 PM (confirmation number: CN000042492)

    Personal Information

    Personal Information

    First Name: Kathleen

    Middle Name:

    Last Name: Wilkie

    Address 72 Golden Ave

    City: Medford

    State MA

    Zip Code 02155

    Country United States of America

    Primary Contact Number 781-866-0686

    International Phone- Day

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    Alternate Contact Number 781-874-0728

    International Phone - Night

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    Email [email protected]

    Are you legally able to work in the UnitedStates?

    Yes

    Will you require sponsorship by theUniversity to work or continue to work inthe United States?

    Yes

    Have you ever been convicted of afelony?

    No

    If No, Type N/A,If yes, describe thecircumstances of all convictions

    N/A

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  • Name of Reference Dr. Philip Hahnfeldt

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    How do you know this reference? Postdoctoral Advisor

    Name of Reference Dr. Lynn Hlatky

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    How do you know this reference? Director of the Center for Cancer Systems Biology. Aware of bothmy research and my service to the field of cancer systems biology.

    Name of Reference Dr. Sivabal Sivaloganathan

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    How do you know this reference? PhD supervisor

    Name of Reference Dr. David McKinnon

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    How do you know this reference? Teaching Reference

    Name of Reference Dan Wolczuk

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    How do you know this reference? Teaching Reference

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    Certification Statement

    I certify that the information given on this application is true and correct. I understand that any false information, willful ornegligent misrepresentation, or failure to disclose any requested information relating to the contents of this application willconstitute sufficient grounds for the University of Vermont to terminate my employment. I further understand that theUniversity will adhere to the provisions of all applicable laws, including whenever applicable, the Fair Credit Reporting Actconcerning securing, documentation, handling and release of information obtained in the pre and post employmentinvestigation. Employment contingent upon completion of successful background check and position specific pre-employment screening.By confirming below, I certify that I have read and agree with these statements.

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    Submitted on December 08, 2015 at 03:56 AM by Kathleen Wilkie

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  • Kathleen Patricia Wilkie, PhD

    CONTACTINFORMATION

    Department of Mathematics [email protected] University [email protected] Huntington Ave, Boston, MA, 02115 www.math.uwaterloo.ca/kpwilkie781-874-0728

    INTERESTS mathematical medicine cancer systems biology theoretical cancer immunology cellular and tissue biomechanics

    EDUCATION University of Waterloo, September 2005 August 2010Waterloo, ON, CAN

    Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, conferred October 2010

    Thesis Topic: Mathematical models of hydrocephalusAdvisor: Prof. Sivabal SivaloganathanResearch Area: Poroelastic and viscoelastic models of the brain

    University of Waterloo, September 2003 August 2005Waterloo, ON, CAN

    M.Math. in Applied Mathematics, conferred October 2005

    Thesis Topic: Localized medical image registrationAdvisor: Prof. Edward VrscayResearch Area: Mathematical imaging science and information theory

    Memorial University of Newfoundland, July 2003 August 2003St. Johns, NL, CAN

    Atlantic Association for Research in the Mathematical Sciences summer school

    University of Waterloo, September 1998 April 2003Waterloo, ON, CAN

    B.Math. with Distinction, conferred June 2003

    Major: Applied MathematicsElectives: Electrical Engineering specializing in Control TheoryDetails: Deans Honour List and co-operative education program

    RELATEDEXPERIENCE

    Part-Time Lecturer September 2015 - May 2016Department of MathematicsNortheastern University, Boston, MA, USAI am currently teaching two sections of a multi-section course, Math 2321 - Calculus 3 forScience and Engineering to 70 students. In the spring term, I will teach an additional sectionof Math 2321 along with a section of Math 1342 - Calculus 2 for Science and Engineering.

    Visiting Researcher December 2014 February 2015Soto and Sonnenschein LaboratoryTufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA, USADuring my short time in this Lab, I worked on developing a computational agent-basedmodel to explore the role of extracellular matrix composition in the development of acini orductal structures formed by breast epithelial cells, and the possible links with breast cancer.

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  • Assistant Investigator January 2014 October 2014Research Associate January 2011 December 2013Center of Cancer Systems BiologyResearch Instructor, Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA, USAIn my postdoctoral work, I developed a systems biology approach to study cancer. My re-search focus is the systemic nature of the disease including stem cells, the immune response,inflammation, and cachexia. Mathematical tools used in this research include differentialequations, nonlinear dynamics, network theory, information theory, and statistical analysis.

    Sessional Lecturer September 2010 December 2010Department of Applied Mathematics January 2009 April 2009University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, CAN January 2008 April 2008In Fall 2010, I taught a single section course, MATH 228 - Differential Equations for the Sci-ences to 60 students, and one section of a multi-section course, MATH 237 - Calculus Threefor Honours Math to 110 students. In Winter 2009, I taught a single section course, MATH127 - Calculus One for the Sciences, to 200 students. In Winter 2008, I taught one section of amulti-section course, MATH 138 - Calculus Two for Honours Math, to 90 students.

    Teaching Assistant September 2003 April 2010Department of Applied MathematicsUniversity of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, CANDuties included running tutorials, marking assignments, proctoring and marking tests andexams, organizing undergraduate markers, and one-on-one tutoring. Courses include: MATH 115 - Linear Algebra for Engineering MATH 117 - Calculus 1 for Engineering MATH 119 - Calculus 2 for Engineering MATH 137 - Calculus 1 for Honours Mathematics MATH 138 - Calculus 2 for Honours Mathematics MATH 211 - Advanced Calculus 1 for Electrical and Computer Engineers MATH 237 - Calculus 3 for Honours Mathematics AMATH 250 - Introduction to Differential Equations

    Research Assistant May 2002 August 2002Department of Applied MathematicsUniversity of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, CANFunded partially by an NSERC USRA, I worked with Professor K.G. Lamb to modify a nu-merical model of internal gravity waves and to develop analytic solutions to validate thenumerical simulations.

    Research Assistant September 2001 December 2001Department of Applied MathematicsUniversity of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, CANFunded partially by an NSERC USRA, I worked with Professor E.R. Vrscay on methods ofimage fusion using wavelet and fractal-wavelet techniques.

    Research Assistant January 2001 April 2001Climate Research GroupEnvironment Canada, Toronto, ON, CANI validated a regional climate model against physical data, investigated model weaknesses,and researched new models for cloud formation.

    Editorial Assistant January 1999 April 1999First Folio Resource Group Inc., Toronto, ON, CANI tested mathematics teaching software for quality assurance and wrote questions and solu-tions for a grade nine mathematics textbook.

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  • AWARDS Landahl Travel Grant July 2012National Award July 20112 $500 award, granted on research merit to attend the Annual SMB meeting

    SIAM Early Career Travel Award July 2012National Award$650 award plus registration, granted on research merit to attend the Workshop CelebratingDiversity at the SIAM Annual Meeting

    NSF Travel Grant July 2011National Award$100