Research Fellow in Mathematical Biology
Queensland University of Technology

Closing date: 29th July 2017

There has been unprecedented progress in the Biosciences both across basic science discovery and associated experimental technologies. An explosion of data from experimental technologies has challenged our ability to synthesize the data and draw knowledge from them. Consequently, the emergence of models and large data sets that require quantitative analysis presents an unprecedented opportunity for research at the interface of mathematical sciences and biology.

The successful candidate will have an understanding of the design and implementation of mathematical models associated with collective cell migration (cell motility, cell proliferation, cell-to-cell adhesion). Experience in working with experimental collaborators working in cell biology is highly desirable. The candidate ought to be proficient in designing and implementing numerical methods in an appropriate computational language, using high-performance parallel computing infrastructure and in mathematical modelling using continuum ordinary differential equation models.

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