Dr Alan Terry

Lecturer

Paisley
Tel
Alan terry
  • Qualifications
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    MA (Hons) in Mathematics, University of Cambridge

    MSc in Data Analysis, Networks, and Nonlinear Dynamics, University of York

    PhD in Applied Mathematics (title of thesis: Control of Pests and Diseases), University of Surrey
  • Research Interests
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    Population dynamics; theoretical ecology; statistics
  • Research activity output chapters
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    M.A.J. Chaplain, M. Sturrock, and A.J. Terry, Spatio-temporal modelling of intracellular signalling pathways: Transcription factors, negative feedback systems, and oscillations, in: A. d’Onofrio, P. Cerrai, A. Gandolfi (editors), New Challenges for Cancer Systems Biomedicine, pages 55-82, Springer-Verlag Italy, 2012
  • Research activity output journals
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    A.J. Terry, Impulsive adult culling of a tropical pest with a stage-structured life cycle, Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications, 11 (2010) 645-664

    A.J. Terry, Pulse vaccination strategies in a metapopulation SIR model, Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering, 7 (2010) 455-477

    A.J. Terry, S.A. Gourley, Perverse consequences of infrequently culling a pest, Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 72 (2010) 1666-1695

    A.J. Terry, Impulsive culling of a structured population on two patches, Journal of Mathematical Biology, 61 (2010) 843-875

    M. Sturrock, A.J. Terry, D.P. Xirodimas, A.M. Thompson, M.A.J. Chaplain, Spatio-temporal modelling of the Hes1 and p53-Mdm2 intracellular signalling pathways, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 273 (2011) 15-31

    A.J. Terry, Dynamics of a structured population on two patches, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 378 (2011) 1-15

    A.J. Terry, M. Sturrock, J.K. Dale, M. Maroto, M.A.J. Chaplain, A spatio-temporal model of Notch signalling in the zebrafish segmentation clock: conditions for synchronised oscillatory dynamics, PLoS ONE, 6(2): e16980 (2011)

    A.J. Terry, M.A.J. Chaplain, Spatio-temporal modelling of the NF-kB intracellular signalling pathway: the roles of diffusion, active transport, and cell geometry, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 290 (2011) 7-26

    A.J. Terry, M. Zaman, J. Illingworth, Sensor fusion by a novel algorithm for time delay estimation, Digital Signal Processing, 22 (2012) 439-452

    M. Sturrock, A.J. Terry, D.P. Xirodimas, A.M. Thompson, M.A.J. Chaplain, Influence of the nuclear membrane, active transport, and cell shape on the Hes1 and p53-Mdm2 pathways: insights from spatio-temporal modelling, Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 74 (2012) 1531-1579

    A.J. Terry, Prey resurgence from mortality events in predator-prey models, Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications, 14 (2013) 2180-2203

    A.J. Terry, A predator-prey model with generic birth and death rates for the predator, Mathematical Biosciences, 248 (2014) 57-66

    A.J. Terry, Oscillations and DNA repair in a spatio-temporal model of the p53 signalling pathway, The Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena, 9 (2014) 107-123

    A.J. Terry, Biocontrol in an impulsive predator-prey model, Mathematical Biosciences, 256 (2014) 102-115

    A.J. Terry, A minimal spatio-temporal model of the NF-kB pathway exhibits a range of behaviours, Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 76 (2014) 2363-2388

    A.J. Terry, Predator-prey models with component Allee effect for predator reproduction, Journal of Mathematical Biology, 2015, available online (issue number to be assigned)

  • Professional Membership(s)
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    Member of the Society for Mathematical Biology
  • Useful information
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