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Theory and Modeling

Computational approaches are used in several research areas of the Department. In computational genomics, we study how complex function is encoded in the genome. In population biology, computational approaches are used for example to study the spread of disease agents in populations. In Neuroscience, computational approaches are used to model biological neurons and small pattern generating networks.

Faculty working in this area are:

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Rustom Antia
Samuel C. Dobbs Professor
Rollins 1017
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Jaap de Roode
Samuel C. Dobbs Professor
Rollins 1113
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David Gorkin
Assistant Professor
Rollins 1009
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Bruce Levin
Samuel C. Dobbs Professor
Rollins 1109
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Ilya Nemenman
Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Physics and Biology
Math & Science Center N240
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Astrid Prinz
Associate Professor
Rollins 2105