Nonlinear Biomedical Physics

Department of Physics

Where Physics meets life!

At work in the Biomedical Physics Lab

 
Welcome to the Nonlinear Biomedical Physics group here at Lancaster University. We are part of the Lancaster University Department of Physics which recently achieved the highest quality profile in the UK RAE2008 Research Assessment Exercise.

Wavelet transform of human blood flow

 
 
 
Living systems are incredibly complex and so we use nonlinear physics and mathematics to explain the complexity.  
 
Understanding the nonlinear behaviour of biological systems has the potential to impact many areas of medicine.

Part of the charm is how close we are to the Lake District

 
 
 
We invite you, whether you are a prospective student, a fellow researcher or just interested in what we do, to look around our site where you can find a wealth of information on our work.