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Mathematical biology: the trickiest branch of mathematics?

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Mathematical Biology certainly would not have made sense to the members of TMS as a research field 100 years ago. Now, most decent maths degree include a course on it, and Math Bio continues to grow as a research field. Aside from a bit of wild speculation and generalising, I will focus on the bits of Math Bio that I know: the dynamics of infectious disease. I will introduce some recent work, and some thoughts on the potential for this area in future.

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