Mathematics of Life and Social Sciences Group

Our group applies mathematical, computational, and statistical techniques to address research questions in the life and social sciences.


Mathematical models for preclinical drug trials: small molecule drugs and antibody drug conjugates

Funding information:

Standard UKRI stipend and fees covered.

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NC3R awards Carina Dunlop a £135k grant for a 4-year PhD studentship on digital twin development

NC3R (National Council for the Replacement, Refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research) has awarded...


Bin Cheng gives the Lothar-Collatz-Colloquium for Applied Mathematics at Universität Hamburg

Bin Cheng visited Hamburg Germany last week (Thursday-Friday 23-24 November). He was invited to give...

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Professor David Lloyd

Head of the Mathematics of Life and Social Sciences Group

I am a Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Surrey. My research interests are in localised pattern formation and mathematical modelling. I am deputy head of the School of Mathematics & Physics and director of learning and teaching for the School. I am also co-founder and director of the Surrey Centre for Criminology at the Unive...
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We run regular seminars throughout term discussing mathematical, computational, and statistical techniques and ongoing research we are doing in the group.

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School of Mathematics and Physics
Thomas Telford building (AA), floor 4
University of Surrey
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