Terry E. Moschandreou

London International Academy

Dr. Terry E. Moschandreou is a professor in applied mathematics at the University of Western Ontario in the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences where he has taught for several years. He received his PhD degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Western Ontario in 1996. The greater part of his professional life has been spent at the University of Western Ontario and Fanshawe College in London, Ontario, Canada. Dr. Moschandreou is also currently working for Goode Educational Services where he teaches students advanced calculus and linear algebra. For a short period, he worked at the National Technical University of Athens, Greece. Dr. Moschandreou is the author of several research articles in blood flow and oxygen transport in the microcirculation, general fluid dynamics, and theory of differential equations. Also, he has contributed to the field of finite element modeling of the upper airways in sleep apnea as well as surgical brain deformation modeling. More recently, he has been working with the partial differential equations of multiphase flow and level set methods as used in fluid dynamics.

2books edited

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Latest work with IntechOpen by Terry E. Moschandreou

The editor has incorporated scientific contributions from a diverse group of leading researchers in the field of hematology and related blood cell research. This book aims to provide an overview of current knowledge pertaining to our understanding of hematology. The main subject areas will include blood cell morphology and function, the pathophysiology and genetics of hematological disorders and malignancies, blood testing and typing, and the processes governing hematopoiesis. Blood cell physiology, biochemistry and blood flow are covered in this book. This text is designed for hematologists, pathologists and laboratory staff in training and in practice. The work presented in this book will be of benefit to medical students and to researchers of hematology and blood flow in the microcirculation.This book is written primarily for those who have some knowledge of chemistry, biochemistry and general hematology. The authors of each section bring a strong clinical emphasis to the book.

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