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Dr Steven Webb Ph.D., M.Math.

Lecturer in Systems Biology Translational Medicine


Personal Statement

My research is in Mathematical and Systems Biology, particularly in modeling cell-cell interactions, pharmacology, cancer, computational cell biology and infectious diseases. I use a range of computational and mathematical techniques ranging from individual based models, correlation equations, stochastic moment closure systems to ordinary and partial differential equations and numerical analysis.

I obtained my doctorate in Mathematics from Heriot-Watt University in 2000, then did postdoctoral work in Mathematics departments at Minnesota (2000-2001), Loughborough (2001-2004), Nottingham (2004-2005) and in the Department of Animal and Plant Sciences at the University of Sheffield (2005-2007), before taking up a John Anderson Research Lectureship in Mathematical Biology and Medicine at the University of Strathclyde in 2007. I moved to the University of Liverpool to take up a lectureship in Systems Pharmacology in the Centre for Drug Safety Science in Oct 2012.