Frank Lynch, PhD

Associate Professor
KGS 311
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  • Biomathematics
  • Biological Gels
  • Biochemical Physiology
  • Perturbation Theory
  • Asymptotic Analysis


  • BS, Mathematics, Linfield College (1999)
  • BS, Physics, Linfield College (1999)
  • MS, Mathematics, University of Utah (2001)
  • PhD, Mathematics, University of Utah (2010)

Frank Lynch is an applied mathematician trained in biomathematics whose research interests lie at the intersection of mathematical modeling and analysis. His research agenda consistently includes mentorship of students. As a junior faculty member, he was the first member of his department to supervise an undergraduate presentation at a professional meeting and to publish a manuscript with a student as a co-author. As the mathematics department expands with its newly formed (2019) Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics, he expects to add mentorship of graduate students.

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