1st February 2017: The 2017 Birmingham Fellows scheme is now open for recruitment. Strong candidates in any area of Mathematical Biology are encouraged to apply. These are permanent positions with reduced teaching load during the first 5 years. Closing date 31st March. Please get in touch (contact details below) if you are interested in applying.
1st February 2017: Research Fellow position associated with the project Rapid Sperm Capture available, closing 19th February.
1st February 2017: The closing date for the Lectureship in Industrial Mathematical Biology has been extended to 7th February.
15th December 2016: The 2016 Multi-Scale Biology Study Group is now over; thanks to all problem presenters, participants, and MSB-Net/POEMS for making it such a productive and enjoyable week! Some meeting photos are available here, project reports will follow in early 2017.
12th December 2016: Permanent position open: Lecturer in Industrial Mathematical Biology.
5th December 2016: Congratulations to Dr Craig Holloway on passing his viva!
19th November 2016: New book chapter In Silico Methods for Cell Annotation, Quantification of Gene Expression, and Cell Geometry at Single-Cell Resolution Using 3DCellAtlas by by Tom Montenegro-Johnson and co-authors.
3rd November 2016: We welcome our visitor Dr Yvonne Stokes, University of Adelaide, Australia. Yvonne will be giving an Applied Mathematics Seminar on Monday 7th November.
7th September 2016: The group will be hosting the 2016 Multi-Scale Biology Study Group 12th-15th December 2016. Free registration, accommodation and subsistence for UK participants (registration closes 31st October).
5th September 2016: We welcome our visitor Tet Chuan Lee, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Dr Rosemary Dyson (Senior Lecturer, Deputy Head of School for Equality and Diversity)
Dr Sara Jabbari (Birmingham Fellow)
Dr Tom Montenegro-Johnson (1851 Research Fellow, starting August 2016)
Dr Dave Smith (Senior Lecturer, Head of Applied Mathematics Group)
Gemma Cupples (2014-18, BBSRC Industrial CASE Award, working with DJS and RJD)
Chloe Spalding (2014-17, EPSRC Doctoral Training Award, working with SJ)
James Tyrrell (2015-18, EPSRC Doctoral Training Award, working with RJD and DJS)
Will Thomson (2015-18, EPSRC Doctoral Training Award, working with SJ and DJS)
Matt Hopwood (2016-19, EPSRC Doctoral Training Award joint with Univerity of Adelaide, working with RJD and Dr Ed Green)
George Youlden (2016-19, EPSRC Doctoral Training Award joint with University of Nottingham, working with SJ and Prof. John King)
Clare Ziegler (2016-19, Birmingham Institute of Forestry Research, working with Dr Iain Johnston, School of Biosciences and RJD)
For research-related queries, PI email addresses are:
If you are interested in postdoctoral positions at the University of Birmingham, please visit the University jobs site (positions are not directly available from PIs).
We are also keen to support applications for externally-funded fellowships (EPSRC, Marie-Curie, Newton etc.) by highly-qualified candidates who would like to join our group.