We use statistical mechanics to model and characterize aggregates of cells and their dynamics.

**References**

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**Biophysical Journal**,**117(4)**743 (2019). - D. Chen, W. Y. Aw, D. Devenport, and S. Torquato,
*Structural Characterization and Statistical Mechanical Model of Epidermal Patterns*,**Biophysical Journal**,**111**, 2534-2545 (2016). - Y. Jiao, T. Lau, H. Haztzikirou, M. Meyer-Hermann, J. C. Corbo, and S. Torquato,
*Avian Photoreceptor Patterns Represent a Disordered Hyperuniform Solution to a Multiscale Packing Problem*,**Physical Review E**,**89**, 022721 (2014). - Y. Jiao, H. Berman, T-R. Kiehl and S. Torquato,
*Spatial Organization and Correlations of Cell Nuclei in Brain Tumors*,**PLoS ONE**,**6**, e27323 (2011). - J. L. Gevertz and S. Torquato,
*A Novel Three-Phase Model of Brain Tissue Microstructure*,**PLoS Computational Biology**,**4**, e1000152 (2008).