Welcome to the Mathematical Biology Research Training Group (RTG) at NC State.

News: Our third workshop on Parameter Estimation for Mechanistic Biological Models will run July 25-28, 2018. Workshop homepage

News: RTG student Tim Antonelli successfully defends his PhD dissertation, which includes a chapter on parameter estimation for growth and development of immature Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. (This used a dataset that Tim collected in Iquitos, Peru.)

News: Franz Hamilton, our second RTG postdoctoral fellow, joins NC State.

Our interests are centered on mathematical modeling of biological systems and issues surrounding the confrontation of these models with real-world data. Mathematical and statistical questions of particular interest include parameter estimation, uncertainty quantification and experimental design. Biological systems of interest range from physiology through population biology.

We have opportunities for support at the undergraduate and graduate levels. See our Open Positions page for more information.
(Please note that NSF regulations restrict funding to citizens, nationals, or permanent residents of the United States or its territories and possessions.)