The Biomathematics Graduate Program offers courses in mathematical biology, leading to Masters and Doctoral degrees.

The program covers a wide range of research areas, including physiology, ecology, evolution, infectious disease, developmental biology, toxicology and pharmacology.

The Biomathematics faculty is made up of members from Mathematics, Statistics and a wide range of departments in the Biological Sciences.

Research Training Group in Mathematical Biology and fellowship support for graduate students: Biomathematics is the leading program in the recently-awarded NSF Research Training Group grant Parameter Estimation Methodologies for Mechanistic Biological Models. Suitably qualified biomath applicants may be considered for generous fellowship support as part of this program.