Mathematical Biology @ Penn

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Welcome!

Biological sciences has inspired many fascinating questions in mathematics, especially since the deluge of big data from genomics. Mathematical biology research at Penn explores interfaces among mathematics, biology, computer science, and statistics. An ongoing activity associated with this effort is the weekly MathBio Seminar. On a monthly basis, the seminar features research groups at Penn working in mathematical biology; in other weeks, visiting scholars share their work. The 2015-2016 academic year culminated in the Penn Symposium on Mathematical & Computational Biology, during which distinguished scholars from diverse areas of mathematical biology gave lectures on their research, attracting researchers from across the country.

This webpage collates information on mathematical biology research and related activities at the University of Pennsylvania. Please refer to the individual research group's webpage to learn about the details of their research.

Announcement

8/29/16: We will kick off the new academic year with a MathBio reception on September 12, 4:00‐5:30PM in 318 Carolyn Lynch Lab.