"Work like you don't need the money, love like you've never been hurt and dance like no one is watching." --- Randall G Leighton

Welcome! We always look forward to work with highly motivated postdoctoral fellows, graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in mathematical biology. If you are interested in learning more about who we are and what we do, please feel free to contact me. Postdocs interested in joining us can apply for the visiting assistant professor positions at the Department of Mathematics or the postdoctoral fellowships at the Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI) through mathjobs.org. Interested graduate students can apply for PhD or MS in the Department of Mathematics or PhD in the Biophysics Graduate Program.

Research assistant postions for PhD students are available

  • Xiulan Lai (Postdoc, joint with Avner Friedman, 2016-).
  • Xige Yang (PhD student).
  • Kevin Walsh (rotation student in Biophysics, fall 2017)
Postdoc and PhDs
  • Gregory Jameson (rotation student in the Biophysics PhD program, summer 2016). Publication: #20

  • MS and Undergrads
    • Gunes Senel (MS in Computation, 2017)
    • Jonathan Toy (MS in Math Bio, 2016) --> Data Analytics @ New York University
    • Susan Foss (MS in Math Bio, 2015) --> High school teacher
    • Adaleigh Pritchard (MS in Math Bio, 2014) --> Research Assistant @ OSU
    • Clinton Durney (MS in Math Bio, 2013) --> PhD student in Math Biology @ University of British Columbia
    • Mayuran Ravindran (BS in Biomedical Sciences, 2013-2015) --> Ohio State University Medical School
    • Xinran Zhao (BS in Applied Math, 2013-2014; MS in Statistics, 2014-2016) --> Huntington Bank
    • Erin Zwick (BS in Theoretical Math, 2012-2013) --> PhD in Population Health & Epidermiology @ University of Wisconsin Madison
    • Lauren Huser (BS in Biomedical Engineering, 2012-2013) --> MS in Biomedical Engineering @ University of Cincinnati
  • Please read this if you are in the MS program in Math Bio especially if you are interested in working with me.
  • Some things worth remembering when writing a paper, by Eduardo Sontag