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Mathematical modelling of rapid evolutionary processes

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Abstract: It has been said that nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution. Evolution shapes the biology of organisms not only on the geological scale, through the emergence and extinction of species but also on timescales of months, weeks and days. I describe how mathematics can be used to describe evolutionary processes, and how the application of mathematical methods to genome sequence data can lead to novel approaches to clinical practice.

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