Master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering, BCs in Mechanical Engineering
Silvia Hervas-Raluy .
Silvia Hervás is a doctoral student in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Zaragoza. Her research interests focus on cell mechanics and developing computational models in cancer diseases. She has developed a finite-element based model for confined cell migration during the cancer extravasation process. Also, she has proposed an inverse methodology to recover cell traction forces directly from a traction force microscopy experimental essay. Currently, she is working on patient-specificcomputational models for tumour cluster growth for two paediatric cancers.
Predictive insilico multiscale analytics to support cancer personalized diagnosis and prognosis, empowered by imaging biomarkers.
Predictive modelling and simulation in mechano-chemo-biology: a computer multi-approach.
European Research Council Starting Grant
Project Number: 306571
Image Analysis Online Services for in-vitro experiments.
Project number 737543, 09/2017
Biomechanics engineering, cell mechanics, cell migration, cancer modelling, finite element method.
Hervas-Raluy S, Garcia-Aznar JM, Gomez-Benito MJ
Biomech Model Mechanobiol. 18(4) : 1177-1187.