Brynja R. Kohler
- Associate Professor
- Office: Animal Science 215
- Tel: 435.797.2826
- Fax: 435.797.1822
- Email: Brynja.Kohler at usu.edu
- Research Interests: Mathematics education and mathematical biology
MSPDAWG stands for the Mathematics and Statistics Professional Development and Working Group. We support and collaborate with local secondary mathematics teachers to improve our teaching and learn more mathematics. Affiliated with IAS/PCMI.2010-2011: MSPDAWG2010
T cell population modeling
The stretch reflex and clonus
Methods of Secondary School Mathematics and Statistics Teaching
Applications of Linear Algebra and Differential Equations (UMEP)
Powell, J., Kohler, B., Haefner, J. & Bodily, J. (2012). Carrying BioMath Education in a Leaky Bucket. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 74(9), 2232-2264.
Schneiter, K., Kohler, B., Watts, B. (2011). Mathematical, technological, and pedagogical knowledge integrated for teacher preparation. Mathematics Teacher, 104(8), 608-613.
Kohler, B., Schneiter, K., Thatcher, K. (2010). Combining professional development with resource development: Cooperative design of integrated technology lessons in statistics. Journal of the Research Center for Educational Technology, 6(2), 31-47.
Kohler, B., Swank, R., Haefner, J. & Powell, J. (2010). Leading students to investigate diffusion as a model of brine shrimp movement. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 72(1), 230-257.
Kohler, B., Krohn, R., Lockwood, A. (2010). Using Textbook Projects to Encourage Inquiry-Based and Collaborative Learning in Multivariable Calculus: A Teaching Experiment. Proceedings for the Thirteenth SIGMAA on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education Conference. Raleigh, NC.
Munns, J. & Kohler, B. (2009). Using video recordings to collect data about student thinking: Teach by listening and learn by talking. Utah Mathematics Teacher, 2(1), 9-12.
Munns, J., Wright, S. & Kohler, B. (2009). Effects of Inservice and Preservice Teacher Collaboration on Preservice Teachers' Preparation for Student Teaching. Proceedings for the Twelfth Special Interest Group of the Mathematical Association of America on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education Conference. Raleigh, NC
Kohler, B. (2007). Mathematically modeling dynamics of T cell responses: Predictions concerning the generation of memory cells. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 245(4), 669-676.
Kohler, B. (2005). An age structured model of T cell proliferation and differentiation. Current Developments in Mathematical Biology and Dynamical Systems Proceedings of the Conference on Mathematical Biology and Dynamical Systems. University of Texas at Tyler. World Scientific Publishing Co.
Puzone, R., Kohler, B., Seiden, P. E., & Celada, F. (2002). IMMSIM, a flexible model for in machina experiments on immune system responses. Future Generation Computer Systems, 18, 961-972.
Kohler, B., Puzone, R., Seiden, P. and Celada, F. (2001). A systematic approach to vaccine complexity using an automaton model of the cellular and humoral immune system. Vaccine, 19, 862-876.