Philip K. Maini

Centre for Mathematical Biology
Mathematical Institute
Oxford UK
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Philip K. Maini is a Professor at the Centre for Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford. He co-authored a Bellman Prize winning paper (1997), was awarded a Royal Society Leverhulme Trust Senior Research Fellowship for 2001-2 and a Royal Society-Wolfson Research Merit Award (2006-11). In 2009 he was awarded the LMS Naylor Prize and Lectureship. His present research projects include the modelling of avascular and vascular tumours, normal and abnormal wound healing, and a number of applications of mathematical modelling in pattern formation in early development, as well as the theoretical analysis of the mathematical models that arise in all these applications.


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