Rejniak Research Lab

Katarzyna (Kasia) Rejniak
Assistant Member
Integrated Mathematical Oncology
Moffitt Cancer Center
12902 Magnolia Drive, Room SRB-4, 24000G
Tampa, Fl 33612-9416

P: (813) 745-6918
F: (813) 745-6497

Discipline: mathematical/computational biology of cancer & computational oncology.

Specializations: bio-mathematics, bio-fluids, bio-mechanics.

Research Interests (M-9):

  • mechanics
  • morphology
  • microfluids
  • migration & growth
  • metastasis
  • metabolism
  • microenvironment
  • multi-scale models
  • multi-disciplinary research

Rejniak ~~ Computational Research Lab

Our research focuses on mathematical modeling and computational simulations of tumor initiation, progression and treatment. Computational simulations give the unique opportunity for testing various scenarios of tumor emergence and growth, as well as different protocols of chemo-, radio-, immuno-, hormone- and combined therapies. In particular, we are interested in investigating the bio-mechanics of normal vs. tumor-like tissue morphogenesis, micro-fluids in drug delivery and bio-physics of tumor microenvironment using CFD methods, such as the IBCell model (immersed boundary model of a cell) or microPD (regularized Stokeslets method), or the spring-force particle models.

We are funded by:
NIH/NCI Integrative Cancer Biology Program (Vanderbilt-Moffitt ICBP)
NIH/NCI Physical Science-Oncology Center Program (Moffitt PSOC)
Miles for Moffitt Milestones Research Award
American Cancer Society-Institutional Research Grant