Summer School in Mathematical Biology






The primary objective of this summer school is to provide an opportunity for mathematicians and biologists in Nepal and neighboring countries to explore mathematical skills that can be applied to address issues of real-life biological systems. The summer school aims to introduce students, junior faculty members, and young researchers to the important theories and appli- cations of Mathematical Biology.

The program of the school includes six major topics of mathematical biology : Discrete and Continuous Population Dynamics (N. Vaidya), Biological Data and Model Parameters (G. Jeremie), Mathematical Epidemiology (R. Smith?), Within-host Modeling (L. Rong), Evolu- tion and Genetics (L. Wahl), and Ion Transport in Biological Tissues (H. Huang). Participants will also get opportunities to work in group projects aiming to address real-life biological questions. 

Administrative and scientific coordinators

Kedar UPRETY (Tribhuvan University,
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Jeremie GUEDJ (French National Institute of Health and Medical Research,
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Scientific program

Course 1: "Discrete and Continuous Population Dynamics", Naveen VAIDYA (San Diego State University, USA)

Course 2: "Biological Data and Model Parameters", Jeremie GUEDJ (French National Institute of Health and Medical Research, France)

Course 3: "Mathematical Epidemiology", Robert SMITH? (University of Ottawa, Canada)

Course 4: "Within-host Modeling", Libin RONG (University of Florida, USA)

Course 5: "Evolution and Genetics", Lindi WAHL (Western University, Canada)

Course 6: "Ion Transport in Biological Tissues", Huaxiong HUANG (York University and Fields Institute, Canada)

Website of the school

How to participate

For registration and application to a CIMPA financial support, follow the instructions given here

Deadline for registration and application:  February 24, 2019.