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Dr Philip Greulich 

Lecturer in Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

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Dr Philip Greulich is a Lecturer in Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics within Mathematical Sciences at the University of Southampton.

Career history

2016-present: Lecturer, University of Southampton
2015-2016: Postdoctoral Associate, University of Cambridge, UK
2013-2014: Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Cambridge, UK
2010-2012: Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Edinburgh, UK

Academic qualifications

2010: PhD in Theoretical Physics, Saarland University, Germany
2006: Diploma in Physics, University of Cologne, Germany

Research interests

My research is in mathematical modelling of biological systems. My current focus is on modelling of cell population dynamics and interactions in multi-cellular environments. To understand those dynamics (e.g. proliferation and differentiation of cells) I use dynamical models and stochastic processes. My approach is data-driven; by comparison of mathematical models with experimental data through Bayesian methods, I infer the underlying biological principles of multicellular systems such as cell proliferation/differentiation in biological tissues and bacterial growth under antibiotic influence.
My particular research interests are:

  • Cell population dynamics
  • Stem cell fate choices (self-renewal and differentiation)
  • Dedifferentiation
  • Development and maintenance of biological tissues
  • Bacterial population dynamics
  • Antibiotic pharmacodynamics
  • Evolution of drug resistances

Research group

Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Affiliate research group

Mathematics in Biology and Medicine

Research project(s)

Evolutionary Biology and Ecology

Mathematical Modelling

Molecular and Cellular Biology

Stochastic Processes in Biology

Do oriented divisions dictate fate decisions in mammary stem cells?

Mathematical/computational modelling of breast stem cell lineage data: exploring the dynamic contribution of asymmetric cell divisions to the identity of mammary stem cell progeny

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Dr. Greulich is currently taking PhD students for projects in mathematical biology, related to cancer and stem cells (fully funded for 3 years).

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