Calina Copos

Calina Copos

Assistant Professor


  • Cell Cytoskeleton, Cell Motility, Mathematical Biology

About Calina Copos

Calina Copos is a mathematical biologist with applications to cell locomotion and cell cytoskeleton dynamics. She earned her PhD from University of California Davis with Bob Guy. She was a Courant Instructor at the Courant Institute at New York University with Alex Mogilner. Prior to Northeastern University, she was a tenure-track Assistant Professor at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the Mathematics Department and Computational Medicine Program. She enjoys cycling, hiking, and balancing city living with time for outdoor activities.


Institutes, Labs & Research Centers
Applied Mathematics

Mathematics is weaved into every fiber of our lives and scientific endeavors. Our Applied Mathematics faculty at Northeastern has a very broad span ranging from Machine Learning, Topological Data Analysis and Network Science to Probability & Statistics, Optimization and Mathematical Biology.

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