Please feel free to contact me (info below) if you're thinking about
graduate work, applying mathematical and computational techniques
to some interesting biological problems. If you're accepted into our
program, you'll receive financial support. In 2006, the average
support for Canadian PhD students in our department was $26,800 per year.
A lot of people come to mathematical biology through the back door --
after degrees in pure math, engineering, physics etc. Don't be put
off if you're interested in biological questions but haven't taken
a biology course in a long time. You'll have some reading to do in your
first year, but you can pick up what you need.
The research headings and papers in my
publication list might give you some ideas for possible
For more information about applying to do
graduate work in Applied Math at Western,
Contact Information Lindi Wahl: