The Biocomplexity Institute and Initiative is made up of three research divisions:
The Mathematical Biocomplexity Division's key focus areas include Neutral Evolution and RNA, Topological Networks, and Sequential Dynamical Systems
The Network Systems Science and Advanced Computing Division uses information science to create solutions for complex societal problems. Our simulation systems are critical to the success of detecting new threats, natural and man-made, and planning strategic responses.
The Social and Decision Analytics Division channels data science to improve the impact of decision making for the public good.