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  • Mauricio Cruz Loya

    Mathematical and Computational approaches to understand the effects on bacterial antibiotic resistance when combinations of multiple antibiotics are employed

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  • Julian Landaw

    Physiologically relevant mathematical models and computational approaches to cardiac arrthythmia dynamics

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  • Christian Mason

    Understanding pathogen evolution and emergence across multiple scales of selection.

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  • Bhaven A. Mistry

    Stochastic processes, viral dynamics, physics of biological assays, statistical mechanics, molecular evolution, agent based modeling, polymer physics.

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  • Tim Stutz

    I develop methods for stochastic simulation, specifically higher order extensions of tau-leaping for chemical systems. I am also interested in stochastic calculus, specifically jump processes, asymptotics, and their applications in population models in biology.

     

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  • Yuxi Tian

    I am interested in developing methods to analyze large-scale observational health datasets in order to benefit drug safety, comparative effectiveness, and health policy research.

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  • Rory Wasiolek

    Computational Statistics and genomics, haplotype and genotype imputation.

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