# MiLS Organisers

Alessia Annibale is a member of the Disordered Systems group in the Department of Mathematics at King's College London. She applies statistical mechanical approaches to the study of complex biological systems, including the immune system, gene regulatory networks and protein interaction networks.

Rachel Nicks is an applied mathematician working at the University of Nottingham on pattern formation in neural field models and oscillator network dynamics.

Sarah Waters is an applied mathematician working at the University of Oxford on mathematical models for physiological fluid flows, cell and tissue biomechanics, and regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.

Daniele Avitabile is an applied mathematician working at VU Amsterdam on scientific computation and coherent structures in biological models.

Gianne Derks is a mathematician working at the University of Surrey on mathematical models in pharmacology and sleep-wake cycles as well as on analysis of nonlinear PDEs.

Rebecca Hoyle is an interdisciplinary mathematician working at the University of Southampton on dynamical processes in biology and social science.