Mathematical Modelling in Biology
The theme of my research is examining how individual behaviours, or behaviours of different parts of an interrelated system, contribute to the overall behaviour. Mostly I pursue this interest in the area of social insects, usually honeybees but also termites and occasionally ants. But I am also interested in cellular systems such as cancer and atherosclerosis.
At present I am unlikely to take new students until Semester 1 2011 but if you are interested in what I do, or think that you may become interested, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 1067
Other opportunities with Dr Mary Myerscough
- Modeling biological interactions: from individuals to ecosystems
- Nutrition and the origin of phenotype
- Securing the future of water and soil
- Do genes have memory?
- The evolutionary ecology of complex microbial communities
- Complex Brain Networks and Nutrition
- New approaches to Early Detection of Chronic Disease
- Social and Healthcare Network Effects on Delivery and Quality Of Care
- Physical, Mental and Psychological Health through Personal Networks