
 Mathematical Biology in Dundee (Site not responding. Last check: 20071021) 
  Moving to the present day, the Mathematical Biology and Applied Analysis group at the Department of Mathematics, Dundee University, is directed by Dr. MAJ Chaplain and Dr. PD Smith. 
  Work is currently being undertaken in modelling problems in developmental biology (cell movement via chemotaxis, haptotaxis, nonlinear diffusion), morphogenesis, plant cell wall growth and expansion, the theory of pain, solid tumour growth and development, angiogenesis (formation of capillary networks), tumour invasion and metastasis, hostparasitoid interactions, wound healing and transport in soil environments. 
  Mathematical Biology at SCRI is undertaken in the Unit of Integrative Bioscience, lead by Dr JW Crawford, heading a team comprising Drs IM Young, G. Squire, B. Marshall, K. Ritz, J. Liu, B. Griffiths. 
 www.mcs.dundee.ac.uk /~chaplain/math_biol.html (372 words) 
