About Associate Professor Peter Kim

Associate Professor Peter Kim's research area lies within mathematical biology, a rapidly growing interdisciplinary field that requires a synthesis of information from a variety of perspectives, creative modelling and interaction with researchers from a range of areas. His research interests include mathematical immunology, cancer dynamics, virus dynamics and human evolution.

Associate Professor Peter Kim is a teaching academic and researcher at the School of Mathematics and Statistics.  He is also a member of the Charles Perkins Centre.

For more information on Associate Professor Peter Kim refer to his Academic Profile Online.