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Mathematical Biology

Mathematical modeling of biological systems, including neuroscience, cancer, epidemics, and evolution.

Our areas of expertise

Differential equations, dynamical systems, probability and their applications to modeling in fields such as neuroscience, epidemiology, population biology and ecology, systems biology, soft matter (lipids, proteins) at interfaces, and cancer.

Name
Dieter Armbruster
Associate Director for Graduate Programs & Professor
 
480-965-5441
  
Steven Baer
Associate Professor
 
480-965-1057
  
Sharon Crook
Professor
 
480-965-0403
  
Associate Professor
 
Carl Gardner
Professor
 
480-965-0226
  
Abba Gumel
Professor
 
480-727-2690
Eric Kostelich
President's Professor
 
480-965-5006
  
Yang Kuang
Professor
 
480-965-6915
  
Juan Lopez
Professor
 
480-965-8843
 
Fabio Milner
Director of Mathematics for STEM Education & Professor
 
480-965-5877
  
Sebastien Motsch
Assistant Professor
 
Hal Smith
Professor
 
480-965-3743
  
Jesse Taylor
Associate Professor
 
480-727-1736
Horst Thieme
Professor
 
480-965-4772