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Staff engaged in research in biomathematics



EE Maiaangelova Staffprofile 100Professor Maia Angelova
Professor of Mathematical Physics
PhD, MSc, BSc (Hons), FInstPhys, Member LMS, MIEEE
Professor Angelova joined Northumbria University in 1997 as a Senior Lecturer, being promoted in 2002 to Reader and in 2004 to become Professor of Mathematical Physics and Head of Mathematical Modelling... more>>


EE Giovannide Staffprofile 100Dr Giovanni De Matteis
Senior Lecturer in Applied Mathematics
Laurea in Physics, PhD
I am a Senior Lecturer in Applied Mathematics at Northumbria University. I have a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics... more>>


EE Benoithuard Staffprofile 100Dr Benoit Huard
Anniversary Research Fellow
I am an Anniversary Research Fellow in the Mathematical Modelling Lab at Northumbria University. After completing a PhD in mathematical physics at the University of Montreal in 2010, I was awarded a... more>>


EE Rodrigoaguilar Staffprofile 100Dr Rodrigo Ledesma-Aguilar
PhD Physics (Cum Laude), Dipl Chem Eng
I joined Northumbria as a Lecturer in Physics and Electrical Engineering in 2013. I graduated as a Doctor in Physics from the University of Barcelona in 2009. I then moved to Oxford University as a Marie... more>>


EE Guangquan Li Staffprofile 100Dr Guangquan Li
Lecturer in Statistics
BSc (Hons), DIC and PhD
I am a Lecturer in Statistics at Northumbria University. My research interests lie in developing and applying Bayesian methods to analyze data arising from health and social sciences. My current research... more>>


EE Petephilipson Staffprofile 100Dr Pete Philipson
Senior Lecturer
PhD in Statistics, MMathStat with 1st class honours
Dr Pete Philipson is a Senior Lecturer and Researcher in Statistics. He studied for his undergraduate degree in Mathematics and Statistics at Newcastle University and continued on to complete his PhD in... more>>


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