Thomas Woolley
Thomas Woolley
Senior Lecturer in Applied Mathematics, Cardiff University
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Turing's model for biological pattern formation and the robustness problem
PK Maini, TE Woolley, RE Baker, EA Gaffney, SS Lee
Interface focus 2 (4), 487-496, 2012
Interactions between Shh, Sostdc1 and Wnt signaling and a new feedback loop for spatial patterning of the teeth
SW Cho, S Kwak, TE Woolley, MJ Lee, EJ Kim, RE Baker, HJ Kim, ...
Development 138 (9), 1807-1816, 2011
Age‐related changes in speed and mechanism of adult skeletal muscle stem cell migration
H Collins‐Hooper, TE Woolley, L Dyson, A Patel, P Potter, RE Baker, ...
Stem Cells 30 (6), 1182-1195, 2012
Stochastic reaction and diffusion on growing domains: understanding the breakdown of robust pattern formation
TE Woolley, RE Baker, EA Gaffney, PK Maini
Physical Review E 84 (4), 046216, 2011
Feather arrays are patterned by interacting signalling and cell density waves
WKW Ho, L Freem, D Zhao, KJ Painter, TE Woolley, EA Gaffney, ...
PLoS biology 17 (2), e3000132, 2019
Stochastic isotropic hyperelastic materials: constitutive calibration and model selection
LA Mihai, TE Woolley, A Goriely
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2018
Nonlinear effects on Turing patterns: Time oscillations and chaos
JL Aragón, RA Barrio, TE Woolley, RE Baker, PK Maini
Physical Review E 86 (2), 026201, 2012
Power spectra methods for a stochastic description of diffusion on deterministically growing domains
TE Woolley, RE Baker, EA Gaffney, PK Maini
Physical Review E 84 (2), 021915, 2011
Boundedness in a parabolic‐elliptic chemotaxis system with nonlinear diffusion and sensitivity and logistic source
G Viglialoro, TE Woolley
Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences 41 (5), 1809-1824, 2018
Solvability of a Keller–Segel system with signal-dependent sensitivity and essentially sublinear production
G Viglialoro, TE Woolley
Applicable Analysis 99 (14), 2507-2525, 2020
Modelling biological invasions: Individual to population scales at interfaces
J Belmonte-Beitia, TE Woolley, JG Scott, PK Maini, EA Gaffney
Journal of theoretical biology 334, 1-12, 2013
Analysis of stationary droplets in a generic Turing reaction-diffusion system
TE Woolley, RE Baker, PK Maini, JL Aragón, RA Barrio
Physical Review E 82 (5), 051929, 2010
Cellular blebs: pressure-driven, axisymmetric, membrane protrusions
TE Woolley, EA Gaffney, JM Oliver, RE Baker, SL Waters, A Goriely
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 13 (2), 463-476, 2014
PCP and Wnt pathway components act in parallel during zebrafish mechanosensory hair cell orientation
JN Acedo, MG Voas, R Alexander, T Woolley, JR Unruh, H Li, C Moens, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-17, 2019
Eventual smoothness and asymptotic behaviour of solutions to a chemotaxis system perturbed by a logistic growth
G Viglialoro, TE Woolley
Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems-B 23 (8), 3023, 2018
Noise-induced temporal dynamics in Turing systems
LJ Schumacher, TE Woolley, RE Baker
Physical Review E 87 (4), 042719, 2013
Effects of intrinsic stochasticity on delayed reaction-diffusion patterning systems
TE Woolley, RE Baker, EA Gaffney, PK Maini, S Seirin-Lee
Physical Review E 85 (5), 051914, 2012
From one pattern into another: analysis of Turing patterns in heterogeneous domains via WKBJ
AL Krause, V Klika, TE Woolley, EA Gaffney
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 17 (162), 20190621, 2020
Turing’s theory of morphogenesis: where we started, where we are and where we want to go
TE Woolley, RE Baker, PK Maini
The Incomputable, 219-235, 2017
Mathematical modeling of cortical neurogenesis reveals that the founder population does not necessarily scale with neurogenic output
N Picco, F García-Moreno, PK Maini, TE Woolley, Z Molnár
Cerebral Cortex 28 (7), 2540-2550, 2018
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