Best Graduate Programs for Mathematical biology
Best Graduate Programs for Mathematical biology
I am currently finishing up my penultimate semester in college and I am starting to look into graduate programs. The field I am most interested in is probably mathematical biology. I have extensive research experience in biology (mostly microbio with some genetics work as well) and found that the classes I enjoyed the most were tied to this area (nonlinear dynamics, ODEs/PDEs, complex analysis). The issue is I am having a hard time finding schools that are strong in this sub discipline. I am Looking for any recommendations/lists for possible programs to look into. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Re: Best Graduate Programs for Mathematical biology
I'm not sure how strong your background is, mine isn't very strong. However, when I asked, one of my professors recommended me UC Davis and Georgia Tech. I didn't apply to these two tho.

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Re: Best Graduate Programs for Mathematical biology
Colorado Boulder is a good one.

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Re: Best Graduate Programs for Mathematical biology
GeorgiaTech has a good program in Quantitative Biosciences.
NYU has a traditional Mathematics PhD program, but most of the faculty there specialize in Mathematical Biology (there are some great people in neuroscience and heart physiology).
UCLA has a Biomathematics program.
ASU has some good faculty.
NYU has a traditional Mathematics PhD program, but most of the faculty there specialize in Mathematical Biology (there are some great people in neuroscience and heart physiology).
UCLA has a Biomathematics program.
ASU has some good faculty.