Methodologies: Biology Applications, Data, Statistics and Stochastic Methods

Aaron King

Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology


Mathematics, Center for Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics, Center for the Study of Complex Systems

Aaron A. King is an Associate Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, and is affiliated with the Department of Mathematics, the Center for the Study of Complex Systems, the Center for Computational Medicine & Bioinformatics, the Fogarty International Center, and the National Institutes of Health. Prof. King develops and applies computationally intensive methods for using stochastic dynamical systems models to learn about infectious disease ecology and epidemiology.  These systems are typically highly noisy and nonlinear and are frequently uncomfortably high-dimensional.  Nevertheless, the King group’s approaches allow them to find out what the data have to say about the mechanisms that generate them.