Ashlee N. Ford Versypt, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, School of Chemical Engineering
Member, Oklahoma Center for Respiratory and Infectious Diseases
Member, Harold Hamm Diabetes Center, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Oklahoma State University
212 Cordell North
Stillwater, OK 74078
ashleefv AT okstate DOT edu
Postdoctorate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2012-2014
Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2012
M.S., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2009
B.S., University of Oklahoma, 2005
Honors and Awards
- Outstanding Mentor Award, Oklahoma State University College of Engineering, Architecture, and Technology Student Council, 2015 (nominated and voted on by the student body in the College)
- Joseph J. Martin Award for best paper in the ChE Division at the ASEE Annual Meeting, 2014
- Frederick A. Howes Scholar in Computational Science, 2013
- Travel grants for nine scientific conferences and two professional development workshops (2008-2014)
- Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship, 2006-2010
- National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 2006 (Declined)
- Outstanding Chemical Engineering Senior, OU College of Engineering, 2005
- Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society, 2004
- Oklahoma State Regents Academic Scholar, 2001-2005
The Ford Versypt group is composed of Prof. Ford Versypt and three students: Michele Higgins (BS), Minu Pilvankar (MS), and Kapil Gumte (PhD).
Prof. Ford Versypt is traveling to the Biomedical Engineering Society annual meeting this week. Her travel is sponsored by the Biomedical Engineering Innovation and Career Development Award. She will present an oral presentation titled "Modeling Blood Flow Control in the Kidney". She will also co-chair the Multiscale Modeling Poster Session in the Bioinformatics, Computational and Systems Biology track.
Prof. Ford Versypt gave a seminar in the Veterinary Biomedical Sciences graduate program of the Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences. The title of the talk was "Mathematical Modeling of Physiology and Pharmaceuticals: Engineering Design of Improved Medicines".