Tel: +44 (0) 115 84 67214 email: Markus.Owen@nottingham.ac.uk I am a Professor in the School of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Nottingham, Director of the Centre for Mathematical Medicine & Biology and Head of the Mathematical Medicine and Biology Research Group. My research in Mathematical Biology ranges from medical applications to ecology. I was awarded the Whitehead Prize in 2009 by the London Mathematical Society (Bulletin of the LMS, PDF). Follow this link for my official School homepage.
I currently (co)supervise a number of PhD students including: Michelle Baker, Richard Elms, Georgina Fenton, Lindsey MacDougall, Sunny Modhara and Ruth Smith. Previous PhD students include Duncan Barrack (2010), Wodu Majin (2011), Sotiris Prokopiou (2013), Sabine Schamberg (2009), James Smith (2006), Johanna Stamper (2009) and Ioannis Taxidis (2011). Previous PDRAs include Lloyd Bridge, Alistair Middleton, Stephen Pring, Johanna Stamper, Steve Webb and Hao Zhu I organised the EPSRC funded Interdiscplinary Angiogenesis Network (ANGIONET).
Click here for the Centre for Mathematical Medicine & Biology seminar series. We run an MSc in Mathematical Medicine and Biology (recruiting now for Sept 2015 entry). I teach G13MMB Mathematical Medicine and Biology and G14TBM Topics in Biomedical Mathematics. GSTDMB 2012: Dynamical Modelling for Biology and Medicine Publications  Research:
