Cellular Dynamics in Math

Cells are highly dynamic: gazillions of dynamic processes are happening in a cell at any moment in order for the cell to sense, respond and adapt to their environments, to move around, to develop and reproduce, to evolve, and even to maintain homeostasis.

We build theoretical and computational models to investigate complex biological dynamics at the molecular, cellular and cell population levels, and to understand how they mediate biological functions. To build models that are biologically relevant and impactful, we work in close collaboration with experimental groups.