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Friday, Sep 9th, 2016
Coarse-graining discrete cell cycle models: Introduction One observation that often goes underappreciated in computational biology discussions is that a computational model is often a model of a model of a model ... [read more]

Tuesday, Aug 30th, 2016
Some quick math to calculate numerical convergence rates: I find myself needing to re-derive this often enough that it’s worth jotting down for current and future students. Introduction A very common task in our ... [read more]

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Welcome to Dr. Macklin's Lab!

Paul Macklin is a mathematician and an Associate Professor of Intelligent Systems Engineering at Indiana University. Our lab works to develop data-driven computational systems that can help engineer the behavior of multicellular systems, especially in cancer and tissue engineering.

To advance these aims, our lab is leading developments in the following areas of strength:

We bring together multidisciplinary teams of clinicians, biologists, modelers, computer scientists, engineers and others to help build and apply these technologies. Together, we're building the digital infrastructure to turn today's science fiction into tomorrow's engineering reality.