Mathematical and Computational Biology

The research group in Mathematical and Computational Biology at los Andes University seeks to integrate mathematical and computational tools to solve open problems in the fields of biology, medicine and environmental sciences. Our current topics include the modeling of infectious diseases, chronic non-contagious diseases, human movement, computational neurosciences and ecology applied to conservation biology. The tools we use include dynamical systems, agent based modeling, game theory, partial differential equations and time series analysis.

Director: Juan Cordovez

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