Marcus Tindall

+44 (0) 118 378 8989

Professor
 Lead Mathematical Biology group
 Lead UK Quantitative Systems Pharmacology Network
 Director of outreach
Office
Room 208Building location
MathematicsAreas of interest
I am a mathematical biologist whose primary interest is in the mathematical modelling of biological and biomedical systems. I work with international leading life scientists in academic institutions and industry to formulate and solve mathematical models which are used to understand the system of interest, test hypotheses and direct future experimental/practical work.
Biological application areas  Genetic regulation of cholesterol biosynthesis, lipid metabolism, proteinprotein interaction networks in cardiovascular cell biology (myocytes and platelets), quantitative systems pharmacology, bacterial chemotaxis, tumour growth and crop growth.
Mathematical expertise  Ordinary and partial differential equations, multiscale modelling, numerical methods for ordinary and partial differential equations, agent based modelling, cellular automata, model parameterisation, dynamical systems theory, asymptotic perturbation theory.
My work is funded by the BBSRC, ESPRC, British Heart Foundation, collaborative institutions and industry.
Impact, enterprise and outreach overview
 Lead UK Quantitative Systems Pharmacology Network
 Number of projects with industry
 STEM Ambassador
 Hold regular outreach days on mathematical modelling for Alevel students
Teaching
I teach and lead a range of modules in both Biological Sciences and Mathematics and Statistics:
 Mathematical Biology for third and fourth year undergraduate students, and MSc students.
 Biological Sciences  Introduction to Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BI2BCB2).
Current teaching (2024/25):