The MOAC Doctoral Training Centre offers you the opportunity to undertake an MSc in Mathematical Biology and Biophysical Chemistry which is designed to train students for multi disciplinary research at the Physical Sciences / Life Sciences interface (and leads into the MOAC PhD). There are two further MSc programmes offering modules from both MOAC and other departments (more...). The timetable is at MSc Timetable.
The modules taught within MOAC are as follows. Generally speaking, each module lasts for five weeks, and there will be two modules ongoing at the same time:
- Introduction to chemical aspects of biological systems (CH932)
- Cellular systems and biomolecules I (CH920)
- Techniques for the characterisation of biomolecules (CH921)
- Microscopy and Imaging (CH922)
- Statistics for Data Analysis (CH923)
- Mathematical Models of Biological Systems (CH924)
- Numerical Methods for Modelling (CH925)
- Molecular Modelling (CH926)
- Quantitative biology (CH927)
- Warwick interdisciplinary science transferable skills module (CH948)
Related to the maths modules, Hugo has produced some Maths Worksheets.
Note that Modules CH921 and CH922 are taught jointly with the Chemistry AS:MIT MSc students.
- Complexity in the Real World (CO902) as an alternative to CH923
- Modelling and Statistics in Systems Biology (BS917) as an alternative to CH924