Sarah L. Waters

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Sarah Louise Waters is a British applied mathematician whose research interests include biological fluid mechanics, tissue engineering, and their applications in medicine. She is a professor of applied mathematics in the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford, a Fellow of St Anne's College, Oxford,[1] and a Leverhulme Trust Senior Research Fellow of the Royal Society.[2]

Waters completed her Ph.D. at the University of Leeds in 1996. Her dissertation, Coronary artery haemodynamics: pulsatile flow in a tube of time-dependent curvature, was supervised by Tim Pedley.[3] She was named a professor at Oxford in 2014.[4]

In 2012 she won a Whitehead Prize "for her contributions to the fields of physiological fluid mechanics and the biomechanics of artificially engineered tissues".[5]

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  1. ^ Prof Sarah Waters, University of Oxford, retrieved 2018-02-06
  2. ^ Sarah Waters, The Royal Society, retrieved 2018-02-06
  3. ^ Sarah L. Waters at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
  4. ^ "Recognition of Distinction: Successful applicants 2014", Oxford University Gazette, 5076, 6 November 2014
  5. ^ Prizes 2012 (PDF), London Mathematical Society, retrieved 2018-02-06

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