The circadian clock is a nonlinear high-dimensional stochastic oscillator that regulates a large proportion of our genes. Recent research has shown that it has a much more profound effect on human health than previously thought. I will discuss three related topics where new mathematical tools have provided insight into how it works and its role in cell division and cancer.
Room FC1—0.29 (Maths Bldg.)
Mathematics Institute & Zeeman Institute for Systems Biology and Infectious Epidemiology Research, University of Warwick
General seminar of CMUP