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Mathematical Biology

Applied Mathematics research at Stirling has recently re-focused on the Mathematical Biology Research Group. Our work covers the epidemiology and economics of infectious diseases, the evolution of populations and stage and age structured populations dynamics. We work collaboratively with members of the School of Biological and Environmental Science, the Institute of Aquaculture, Division of Economics at the School of Management and the Computing Scientists here at Stirling as well as with a wide range of groups outside Stirling.

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Dr Jozsef Zoltan Farkas
Dr Jozsef Zoltan Farkas

Reader, Mathematics - CSM Dept

Professor JON Greenman
Professor JON Greenman

Emeritus Professor, Mathematics - CSM Dept

Dr Andrew Hoyle
Dr Andrew Hoyle

Senior Lecturer, Mathematics - CSM Dept

Professor Rachel Norman
Professor Rachel Norman

Chair in Food Security & Sustainability, Complex Systems

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