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About us

The Centre for Biomathematics provides a cross-community, interdisciplinary focus for experts from across the College of Science and beyond with interests on the interface between mathematics and biology or medicine. Our aim is to foster collaborations which are mutually interesting, leading to new developments in both fields. 

By exploiting complementary and wide-ranging knowledge across disciplines, we aim to develop novel biologically-informed predictive mathematical, and statistical models and computational approaches to tackle topical questions in biology and medicine and, hopefully, at the same time lead to new theoretical developments in mathematics and computer science

Centre for Biomathematics

Launch success!

On the 5th May 2016, The College of Science officially launched the Centre for Biomathematics. Professor Matt Jones, Head of College, and Associate Professors Elaine Crooks and Luca Borger outlined their vision for the Centre together with examples of joint PhD projects, joint postdoctoral research projects, PhD opportunities and events.