Squirres,Turing & excitability- mathematical modelling in Biology, Ecology and Medicine

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Tune in with Philip Maini on 27th May,2020(17:00).

Philip K. Maini received his B.A. in mathematics from Balliol College, Oxford, in 1982 and his DPhil in 1985 under the supervision of Prof J.D. Murray, FRS. He spent a year teaching at Eton College before returning to Oxford in 1987 as a postdoc at the WCMB and a Junior Research Fellow at Wolfson College.

His present research projects include the modelling of avascular and vascular tumors, normal and abnormal wound healing, and a number of applications of               mathematical modelling in pattern formation in early development, as well as the theoretical analysis of the mathematical models that arise in all these applications

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