Battelle Center for Mathematical Medicine
The mission of the Battelle Center for Mathematical Medicine is to apply innovative mathematical, statistical and computational techniques to enable, inform and improve basic and clinical biomedical research. Established in 2006, the center was renamed in 2007 following a transformative gift of $5 million from Battelle Memorial Institute.
Meet Our Team
Learn more about director Veronica Vieland, PhD, and the faculty and staff at the Battelle Center for Mathematical Medicine.
Christopher Bartlett, PhD's lab seeks to identify genetic factors for language impairments.
Jayajit Das, PhD's lab uses theoretical and computational approaches based on statistical physics to uncover basic mechanistic principles underlying our innate and adaptive immune response.
David Greenberg, PhD's lab interests focus on the genetics of common disease in general and on the development of methodology for studying common disease genetics in particular.
Andrzej Kloczkowski, PhD's research lab interests focus on various aspects of computational molecular biology and structural bioinformatics.
William C. Ray, PhD's lab focuses on understanding the disconnect between complex biological systems and currently applied data analysis techniques, and on developing new techniques that are more appropriate to the data and to the end-researcher’s needs.
William C. L. Stewart, PhD's lab designs and maintains software for computationally intensive problems in genetics.
Veronica Vieland, PhD's research lab focuses on the measurement of statistical evidence, both from a theoretical perspective and also as the foundation for understanding human genetic and genomic data.
Downloads and descriptions are available for our software tools, including: FIND, GENETIX, KELVIN, KELVIZ, MoFlow and StickWRLD.
Genetics of Epilepsy
The Family Studies in Epilepsy Program is a long-term research study focused on finding the genes involved with inherited forms of Idiopathic Generalized Epilepsies.