734-763-4544
Applications: Biological Sciences, Clinical Research, Mental Health, Mobile Devices, Precision Health, Sensors and Sensor Networks Methodologies: Computational Tools for Data Science, Mathematics

Danny Forger

Professor, Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts

Affiliation(s):

Center for Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics
Center for Systems Biology

Daniel Forger is a Professor in the Department of Mathematics. He is devoted to understanding biological clocks. He uses techniques from many fields, including computer simulation, detailed mathematical modeling and mathematical analysis, to understand biological timekeeping. His research aims to generate predictions that can be experimentally verified.