Mathematics Applied to Biology


The Mathematics Applied to Biology research group develops new theoretical, mathematical and computational frameworks, as well as cutting-edge techniques and software algorithms for problems arising in a wide range of disciplines, such as cell motility and cell morphology, cell biology, developmental biology, biomedicine, epidemiology, immunology, neural systems, genetics networks and engineering. 

The group’s mathematical expertise is at the interface of dynamical systems, geometric PDEs, bulk-surface reaction diffusion systems, stochastic processes, graph/network theory and time-delayed systems.

See the Research tab for details.