## Mathematical Biology

I am broadly interested in mathematical biology, developing and applying mathematical techniques to answer important biological questions. Much of my research uses mathematical methods to analyze how animals process nutrients and toxins with applications in medicine and ecology. I have applied mathematical methods to issues as diverse as acetaminophen (paracetamol, Tylenol) overdose, incorporation of stable isotopes into animal tissues, and microbial detoxification of ingested toxins in mammals. The mathematics are diverse, including dynamical systems, bifurcation theory, probability, inverse methods, statistics, numerical analysis, and simulations.

## Opportunities at the University of Idaho

I have undergraduate, graduate student (within the Department of Mathematics or the Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Graduate Program), and postdoc openings! Email me at cremien (at) uidaho (dot) edu for details.

## Educational Background:

**Ph.D. University of Utah. 2012.**- Mathematics
**M.Sc University of Utah. 2008.**- Mathematics
**B.A. St. Olaf College. 2005.**- Mathematics and Russian Language

### A fairly recent cv.

## Christopher H. Remien

Assistant Professor

Department of Mathematics

University of Idaho

300 Brink Hall

P.O. Box 441103

Moscow, ID 83844-1103

*Phone:*208-885-5901

*Office:*Brink 420

*Email:*cremien (at) uidaho (dot) edu