Scientific talk on Mathematical Modeling
Central Department of Mathematics, Nepal Health Research council and San Diego State University
during the Delta surge in Nepal
Mathematical Model for the Prediction of COVID-19 during the Delta surge
Discussion with Animal Health Division, Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development
The Mathematical Biology Research Center in Nepal is a pioneer research center dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of biological systems using advanced mathematical and computational techniques. Situated at the crossroads of mathematics and life sciences, the center brings together experts from diverse fields to explore and unravel the complexities of biology.
Led by a team of esteemed researchers, the center focuses on developing mathematical models, simulations, and analyses to address critical questions in areas such as ecology, epidemiology, genetics, evolution, and more. By harnessing the power of mathematics, statistics, and data science, the center aims to provide valuable insights into the dynamics and behavior of biological systems, contributing to the advancement of both scientific knowledge and practical applications.
The MBRC aims to conduct high-impact research in variou aspects of mathematical biology, including epidemiology, ecology, genetics, and systems biology. We will strive for excellence in research by encouraging rigorous methodologies,innovation, and collaboration with international experts in the field.
The center will provide a platform for nurturing young minds and researchers, offering workshops, seminars, and training programs on mathematical biology. We aim to develop a skilled workforce in Nepal, capable of effectively integrating mathematical tools into biological research.
MBRC will actively foster collaboration between mathematicians, biologists, statisticians, and other related disciplines. By creating an inclusive and collaborative environment, we seek to promote a holistic approach to problem-solving and encourage the cross-fertilization of ideas.
We envision the MBRC as a hub for science communication, promoting awareness and understanding of mathematical biology among the general public. Through outreach programs, workshops, and public lectures, we aim to engage the broader community and inspire the younger generation to pursue careers in science.
The center will actively engage with policymakers, governmental agencies, and non-governmental organizations to offer insights and evidence-based solutions for addressing pressing issues in healthcare, agriculture, and environmental management.
MBRC seeks to establish collaborative partnerships with renowned international institutions and researchers to leverage global expertise and resources for impactful research projects.