Rob Noble

Lecturer, City, University of London
  • City, University of London
  • United Kingdom

About Rob Noble

I use mathematical and computational models to investigate evolutionary and ecological systems. Recent research projects, in close collaboration with laboratory scientists, have focussed on cancer risk, tumour evolution, and new ways to prevent drug resistance. My methods include agent-based models, analysis of dynamical systems, game theory, matrix population models, and Bayesian data analysis.

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Evolutionary ecology Evolutionary theory Population dynamics Population genetics Theoretical ecology

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Suppressing resistance to cancer therapy

Capitalising on competition between cells, and on cooperation between disciplines.

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Comment on Conferences 2018
Sep 28, 2017

Models in Population Dynamics, Ecology, and Evolution (MPDEE’18)

University of Leicester (UK),  April 9-13,  2018

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