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Dynamical Systems and Mathematical Biology

Research in Mathematical and theoretical biology at UNB focuses on a mechanical understanding of epidemiology, ecology and evolution with a particular emphasis on applications of dynamical systems to ecological and human health such as biological invasions, infectious diseases, agriculture and aquaculture.

Current faculty research 

Our group includes:

Several graduate and postdoctoral fellows are also typically part of the group. 

The group was a core node of the Mprime Network for Biological Invasions and Dispersal Research and has hosted an AARMS Collaborative Research Group in Mathematical Ecology and Epidemiology.

Both Lin Wang and James Watmough have also been affiliated with the Centre for Disease Modelling and were also recently participants of an AARMS Collaborative Research Group on Dynamical Systems and Spatial Models in Ecology.