Welcome to the Mathematical Biology Group at St Andrews!

We are an interdisciplinary group of mathematicians at the University of St Andrews. We develop, analyse and simulate mathematical models to study the key mechanisms which underpin the dynamics of biological systems. Our current research interests include multiscale models of cancer growth and treatment, mathematical models arising from theoretical ecology, partial differential equations on evolving manifolds, biological pattern formation, free boundary problems in biology and evolutionary dynamics in structured populations.


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Last Update: November 2016 | Administrators: Mark A.J. Chaplain, Tommaso Lorenzi, Cicely K. Macnamara, Chandrasekhar Venkataraman