I am an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Middlebury College in VT. I work on problems in mathematical neuroscience, with a particular focus on using models and simulation to uncover plausible mechanisms underlying interesting biologically-observed phenomena.

I earned my B.S. in applied mathematics (2012) from Marist College , a small

liberal arts school in my hometown of Poughkeepsie, NY. From there, I went for my Ph.D. in mathematics (2017) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute under the advisement of Gregor Kovacic (RPI) and David Cai (NYU).After that, I had an NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Courant Institute at NYU where I worked with David McLaughlin on modeling the developing visual cortex. See the Research Interests page for more details on my research interests.

I enjoy talking about my research, sharing ideas, and learning new mathematical techniques. When I’m not doing math, or talking about math, I enjoy hiking with my

dog Gale, exploring new areas, and trying new food and restaurants.

** Publications**

- J.M. Epstein, E. Hatna, and
**J. Crodelle**.*Triple contagion: a two-fears epidemic model.*Journal Royal Society Interface, 18(181):20210186 (2021). [DOI] **J. Crodelle**and David W. McLaughlin.*Modeling the role of gap junctions between excitatory neurons in the developing visual cortex*. PLOS Computational Biology, 17(7):e1007915 (2021). [DOI]**J. Crodelle**, C. Vallejo, M. Schmidtchen, C. Topaz, and M.R. D’Orsogna .*Impacts of California Proposition 47 on crime trends in Santa Monica, CA,*PLOS One, 16(5): e0251199 (2021). [DOI]**J. Crodelle**and P. Maia.*A Computational model for pain processing in the dorsal horn following axonal damage to receptor fibers*, Brain Sciences, 11(4):505 (2021). [DOI]**J. Crodelle**, D. Zhou, G. Kovacic, and D. Cai. A computational model of electrotonic coupling between pyramidal cells in the cortex,*Journal of Computational Neuroscience*, 48(4):387–407, (2020). [DOI][PDF]- Z.K. Tian,
**J. Crodelle**, and D. Zhou. A combined offline-online algorithm for Hodgkin-Huxley neural networks.*Journal of Scientific Computing*84(1):10 (2020). [DOI] [PDF] **J. Crodelle**, K.A. Newhall, P.B. Pyzza, and G. Kovačič. Coarse-grained Descriptions of Oscillations in Neuronal Network Models.*Communications in Mathematical Sciences*

17(5):1437-1458, (2019). [DOI] [PDF]**J. Crodelle**, M. Hagenauer, S. Piltz, and V. Booth. Modeling the daily rhythm of human pain processing in the dorsal horn.*PLOS Computational Biology*15(7): e1007106, (2019). [DOI] [PDF]**J. Crodelle**, D. Zhou, G. Kovačič, D. Cai. A role for electrotonic coupling between cortical pyramidal cells,*Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience,*13:33, (2019). [DOI]

[PDF]- Z.Q. Xu,
**J. Crodelle**, D. Zhou, D. Cai. Maximum Entropy Principle Analysis in Network Systems with Short-time Recordings,*Physical Review E*, 10.1103/PhysRevE.99.022409, (2019). [DOI] [PDF] **J. Crodelle**, M. Hagenauer, S. Piltz, and V. Booth. Investigating Circadian Rhythmicity in Pain Sensitivity Using a Neural Circuit Model for Spinal Cord Processing of Pain.*Proceedings of A Research Collaboration Workshop for Women in Mathematical Biology*, Springer, (2016). [DOI] [PDF]- M.Hagenauer,
**J. Crodelle**, S. Piltz, N. Toporikova, P. Ferguson, and V. Booth. The Modulation of Pain by Circadian and Sleep-Dependent Processes: A Review of the Experimental Evidence.*Proceedings of A Research Collaboration Workshop for Women in Mathematical Biology*, Springer, (2016). [DOI] [PDF]

**Thesis: **

The role of electrotonic junctions between pyramidal cells in the cortex. * PhD Thesis in Mathematics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,* (2017). [PDF]