Mathematical and Computational Biology
Mathematical and Computational Biology, an emerging research area in mathematics, is under rapid growth at UCI and nationwide. The faculty members in the group are conducting cutting-edge research in many areas of biology and medicine, including stem cell, cancer, genetics, and cell biology. The faculty members in our group are well-funded by NIH and NSF. The core of our research group is a large group of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Our faculty members play leadership roles in a UCI Ph.D interdisciplinary graduate training program on Mathematical, Computational and Systems Biology (MCSB) , one of a handful such programs in the nation. Our group is an integrate part of the Center for Mathematical and Computational Biology (CMCB) and Center for Complex Biology Systems (CCBS) supported by NIH.
The core faculty members of the group are:
For computing facility, infrastructures and other information please visit CMCB website.