The Center runs a roughly biweekly seminar series in which we invite researchers in mathematical biology to give a lecture, from around the country and beyond. Many of these seminar speakers are also long-term visitors to Penn, who will interact with a broad range of researchers across campus.

RESEARCH

The research interests of the core members of Center range from ecology and evolutionary genetics to physiology and biophysics, on the one hand, and game theory, probability, partial differential equations and numerical analysis on the other.

INTERDISCIPLINARY

The focal point for interdisciplinary research in mathematics and biology at the University of Pennsylvania. Short and Long-term visitors are invited as speakers in a regular seminar series as well as to participate in focused workshops on research topics of current interest.

OUR FELLOWS

The Center funds three to four Simons Postdoctoral Fellows every year. The Simons Postdoctoral Fellows work in the general area of mathematical biology. Each Fellow is mentored by two advisors, typically one affiliated with the Department of Mathematics and another with the Department of Biology.

OUR FELLOWS

The Simons Postdoctoral Fellows work in the general area of mathematical biology. Each Fellow is mentored by two advisors, typically one affiliated with the Department of Mathematics and another with the Department of Biology.