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  1. Modelling Differential Equations in Biology by C. H. Taubes, 2008-01-28
  2. Elements of Mathematical Biology by Alfred J. Lotka, 1957-06
  3. Essential Mathematical Biology by Nicholas F. Britton, 2003-04-08
  4. Cell Mechanics: From Single Scale-Based Models to Multiscale Modeling (Chapman & Hall/CRC Mathematical & Computational Biology)
  5. Normal Mode Analysis: Theory and Applications to Biological and Chemical Systems (Chapman & Hall/CRC Mathematical & Computational Biology)
  6. Mathematical Models in Biology: An Introduction by Elizabeth S. Allman, John A. Rhodes, 2003-10-13
  7. Computational Cell Biology
  8. An Introduction to Mathematical Biology by Linda J.S. Allen, 2006-07-29
  9. Mathematical Methods in Biology (Pure and Applied Mathematics: A Wiley Series of Texts, Monographs and Tracts) by J. David Logan, William Wolesensky, 2009-08-17
  10. Mathematical Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases: Model Building, Analysis and Interpretation (Wiley Series in Mathematical & Computational Biology) by O. Diekmann, J. A. P. Heesterbeek, 2000-05-25
  11. Branching Processes in Biology (Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics) by Marek Kimmel, David E. Axelrod, 2010-11-02
  12. Applied Mathematical Demography (Statistics for Biology and Health) by N. Keyfitz, Hal Caswell, 2010-11-02
  13. Population Biology: Concepts and Models (Volume 0) by Alan Hastings, 1996-12-13
  14. An Introduction to Systems Biology: Design Principles of Biological Circuits (Chapman & Hall/CRC Mathematical & Computational Biology) by Uri Alon, 2006-07-07

21. Mathematical Biology Seminar, DMS, NJIT
mathematical biology Seminar, Department of Mathematical Sciences, NJIT.

Dept of Math Sciences
Federated Dept of Biology C A M S Van Houten Library ... UBM Training Program OTHER SEMINARS: NJIT Math Dept Seminars Rutgers Neurosci Colloquium NYU Comp Neurosci Forum NYU Neuroscience Colloquia NJIT MATH BIO GROUP: Amitabha Bose Jorge Golowasch Victor Matveev Robert Miura ... Sheldon Wang PAST SEMINARS: Spring Spring Fall Spring ... Fall DIRECTIONS TO NJIT Driving Directions By Public Transport NJIT Campus Map Mapquest Map ... Google Map Cullimore Hall is at Department of Mathematical Sciences Center for Applied Mathematics and Statistics NJIT Mathematical Biology Seminar - Spring 2008
Seminars are held on Tuesdays at 4:00 p.m. in 611 Cullimore Hall, unless noted otherwise. Refreshments are usually served at 3:30 pm. For questions about the seminar schedule, please contact Horacio G. Rotstein
Date Speaker and Title Host January 22 Undergraduate Biology and Math Training Program, NJIT
Arf1 Dynamics in Coxsackievirus Infected cells
Undergraduate Biology and Math Training Program, NJIT
Phase response curves of square wave bursting oscillator
A. Bose

22. Series In Mathematical Biology And Medicine
The goal of this Series in mathematical biology and Medicine is to promote interdisciplinary approaches in Biology and in Medicine. The Series will publish
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    Series in Mathematical Biology and Medicine
    (ISSN: 1793-1258)
    P M Auger (Univ. Claude, France)
    R V Jean (Univ. Quebec, Canada) Consulting Editors
    O Arino (Univ. Pau, France)
    J Bélair (Dept. of Maths, Univ. Montreal, Canada)
    V Capasso (Univ. Milano, Italy)
    J Demongeot (Univ. J Fourier de Grenoble, France)
    R Leblanc (Dept. of Maths, Univ. Québec, Canada)
    C Marzec (Res. Inst. of the City of NY, USA)
    A Yu Yakovlev (St. Petersburg Tech. Univ., Russia) The goal of this Series in Mathematical Biology and Medicine is to promote interdisciplinary approaches in Biology and in Medicine. The Series will publish original textbooks and monographs that are involved in: a) Complex systems; Nonlinear dynamics; Mathematical modelling with applications in Biology and in Medicine.
  • 23. Molecular Information Theory And The Theory Of Molecular Machines
    Introduction to the use of information theory in molecular biology. .. mathematics, mathematical biology, Maxwell s Daemon, Maxwell s Demon, microarray,
    "Living things are too beautiful
    for there not to be a mathematics
    that describes them."
    Tom Schneider
    A Tour of Molecular Information Theory Talks about Molecular Information Theory
    Molecular Information Theory
    the Theory of Molecular Machines
    by Tom Schneider

    Molecular Information Theory Group
    Center for Cancer Research Nanobiology Program (CCRNP)

    National Cancer Institute

    National Institutes of Health
    in Frederick, MD Molecular information theory is the application of Claude Shannon 's information theory to molecular patterns and states. What's New? (Forthcoming and Previous Presentations) frames noframes search glossary ... quicklinks If you want to understand life, don't think about vibrant, throbbing gels and oozes, think about information technology. - Richard Dawkins, The Blind Watchmaker, 1986, Norton, p. 112.
    Molecular Rotation Engine Molecular Computer Medusa TM Sequencer Rod-Tether Nanoprobe All Positions are currently closed

    24. WSEAS Conferences:
    The World Conference of WSEAS on mathematical biology and ECOLOGY (MABE 08) The 4th WSEAS International Conference on mathematical biology and ECOLOGY
    Find here full report from previous events
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    The 4th WSEAS International Conference on
    Download an impressive Slides Show (656 Kbytes) Download a Map of the area (16 Kbytes) Download a Map of the town (156 Kbytes) Acapulco, Mexico, January 25-27, 2008 ... Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) Curve: A Tool for Describing and Comparing Continuous Diagnostic Tests by Prof. Ivana Horova , Masaryk University, Czech Republic. Conquering the time scale problem in biophysics and materials science by Prof. Wolfgang Wenzel , Institute for Nanotechnology, Germany. Click here and see photographs and a full report from the CIMMACS'06 (one year ago...) Sponsored by WSEAS, IASME, IARAS, WSEAS Transactions on Biology and Biomedicine, WSEAS Transactions on Systems, WSEAS transactions on Environment and Development, WSEAS Transactions on Signal Processsing, WSEAS Transactions on Computers, WSEAS Transactions on Electronics In Collaboration with the WSEAS IWG (International Working Group) on Biology and Biomedicine, the WSEAS IWG on Energy, Environment, Ecosystems and Sustainable Development, the WSEAS IWG on Cybernetics, the WSEAS IWG on Applied Computing and Simulation, the WSEAS IWG on Man-Machine Systems, the WSEAS IWG on Mathematics The organizing committee calls you to submit your papers, special sessions and tutorials.

    25. Mathematical Biology
    Application of Analysis to mathematical biology, Durham, NC Society for mathematical biology Annual Conference, July 2005, Dresden, Germany
    Mathematical Biology
    Relevant links to Mathematical Biology Web Pages
    Conferences relating to Mathematical Biology

    Some of the Pioneers in Math Biology (and I am sure that I am missing a few) People I have had the pleasure to meet and work with

    26. Mathematical Biology
    The following is a list of people who have done work in mathematical biology, or whose work is directly applicable to mathematical biology.
    Mathematical Biology at the University of Houston
    Department of Mathematics
    The following is a list of people who have done work in mathematical biology, or whose work is directly applicable to mathematical biology. You will find more information about these faculty members if you follow the links to their pages Giles Auchmuty is a Professor of Mathematics at the University of Houston.maintains a continuing interest in the analysis of nonlinear equations and electromagnetic effects arising in biological problems. Recently he has worked with Mandri Obeysekere and Edwin Tecarro on ODE models of the cell-cycle. Also John Alford has recently graduated with a Ph.D. thesis on the existence and computation of rotating wave solutions of the Fitzhugh Nagumo equations. This study was motivated by models investigated by Leon Glass for tachycardiac arrhythmias. 1) with M.N. Obeyesekere and E.S. Tecarro, "Analysis of a model of the Mammalian Cell cycle's G1 phase", Nonlinear Analysis and Applications, (to appear). 2) with M.N. Obeyesekere, E.S. Tecarro and S.O. Zimmerman, "A model of cell cycle behavior dominated by kinetics of a pathway stimulated by growth factors", Bull. Math. Biology, 61, (1999), 917-934

    27. Biology, Interdisciplinary, Mathematical Biology, Mathematics, Scientist, Theore
    Funding organizations outside the U.S. are similarly active in expanding opportunities for mathematical biology training and research.
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    28. Summer Undergraduate Research Programs In Mathematical Biology
    Since the area of mathematical biology is an interdisciplinary and growing field, it can be difficult to decide if you would fit in at a program that is
    Summer Undergraduate Research Programs in Mathematics/Biology
    Compiled by Laura Sontag (updated December 2007)
    Summer undergraduate research internships are a great way to learn about active areas of research in a particular field, meet students with common intellectual interests, get to know graduate students and faculty members working in the area, give you a better idea of whether you would like to pursue graduate studies, and have fun! When looking for programs to apply to, keep in mind what you are looking for in a program. For instance, some programs are short (2 or 3 weeks) while others can last the entire summer. What you will actually do during your time there can be very different: you could be attending lectures, working on group projects, or working individually with graduate students or professors. Also, you may want to choose a location where you would enjoy spending the summer, or somewhere you always wanted to go but haven’t had the opportunity. Some programs may be very small, while others can have as many as 50-100 summer interns. Check to see if the program offers weekly seminars or discussions on areas like applying to graduate school, fellowships, and research ethics, as well as talks on a variety of research areas – these can be very informative.

    29. Education For Math Biology Resources
    The resources collected here, with assistance from the Education Committee of the Society for mathematical biology , are an extension of the Quantitative
    Resources for Mathematics Education for Biology Students
    The resources collected here, with assistance from the Education Committee of the Society for Mathematical Biology , are an extension of the Quantitative Curriculum for Life Science Students project, which is being expanded with support from the National Science Foundation under Grant DUE-9752339 to develop quantitative resources within General Biology courses. Additional resources are available through The Mathematics Archives for The Life Sciences
    WWW Resources for Mathematics Training for Biology students
    Biocalculus from Mike Mesterton-Gibbons at Florida State University
  • Biocalculus with Mathematica
    Interdisciplinary Student Projects for Calculus from Rockhurst College
  • Projects page including biology examples
    Synergistic Learning in Biology and Statistics from Trinity University
  • Biology examples
    Quantitative Biology Laboratories Project at Utah State Univesity
  • Example biology labs for several courses
    BioQuest Curriculum Consortium
  • The BioQUEST Library V of many modules for Biology Education
    Mathematical Modules in Biology and Chemistry
  • Example modules from Meghan Burke and Sean Ellermeyer at Kennesaw State University
    A Course in Mathematical Biology at the University of Montana
  • Outline for Course using Leah Edelstein-Keshet's Text
    Biomathematics from University of British Columbia from Sally Otto
  • Course Outline, Lecture Notes - Based around Alan Hasting's Text on Population Biology
  • 30. SMB/JSMB 2007
    The Joint Annual Meetings of the Society for mathematical biology and the Japanese Society for mathematical biology Fairmont Hotel, San Jose, California
    The Joint Annual Meetings of the Society for Mathematical Biology and the Japanese Society for Mathematical Biology:
    Fairmont Hotel, San Jose, California
    July 31, morning - August 3, evening
    Any last minute news The scientific program is available (in PDF format). For talk and poster presenters, please see the instructions for authors Registration is now open. The themes for the meeting will include
    Ecology Developmental Biology Evolution Pattern Formation Conservation Biology Tumor growth and cancer therapy Resource Management Cell dynamics Epidemiology Mathematical Biology Undergraduate Education
    Plenary speakers will include
    H.T. Banks, North Carolina State University Helen Byrne, University of Nottingham Carlos Castillo-Chavez, Arizona State University Gerda de Vries, University of Alberta Louis Gross, University of Tennessee Alan Hastings, University of California, Davis Akira Sasaki, Kyushu University Yasuhiro Takeuchi, Shizuoka University

    31. Mathematical Biology Journal Club
    The mathematical biology Journal Club (MBJC) consists a group of students and faculty members in mathematics, biological and physical sciences, medicine,
    Mathematical Biology Journal Club
    The Mathematical Biology Journal Club (MBJC) consists a group of students and faculty members in mathematics, biological and physical sciences, medicine, as well as engineering who are interested in the interface of biology and medical science and mathematics. We meet once a week in an informal atmosphere, and we encourage the participants to explore and develop various topics of common interest. Anyone who is interested in quantitative issues in and theoretical approach to biology and medicine is welcome! If you have a biological or medical research problem for which you like to develop a quantitative treatment, you are encouraged to join us.
    Information for Winter Quarter 2008
    • Time: Fridays, 12:30pm - 1:20pm Place: GUG 415-L Registration: 1 or 2 credits are available for AMath 500C Reading Material The theme for this quarter is stochastic processes in mathematical biology. Speakers are encouraged to present a paper related to the theme, but feel free to simply use the theme as a starting point. Please join the mailing list to get the weekly announcements of the topic.
    MBJC Mailing List
    The MBJC has a mailing list on which the lastest readings are announced along with occasional logistical details (rescheduled meetings, etc.). The mailing list is designed to let members of the MBJC discuss meeting times, presentations, and possible topics as well as create a forum for all interested people to ask related questions. Any comments, suggestions, or questions about this website or the MBJC in general should also be addressed to the mailing list address.

    32. UPenn - SAS - Biology - Programs - Undergraduate - Concentrations - Computationa
    Computational and mathematical biology are important new areas in the biological sciences. Recognizing this, we have developed at Penn an undergraduate
    Undergraduate Program Department of Biology School of Arts and Sciences University of Pennsylvania
    Computational and Mathematical Biology
      Computational and Mathematical Biology are important new areas in the biological sciences. Recognizing this, we have developed at Penn an undergraduate concentration in Computational Biology, a Computational Biology/Bioinformatics track in the Master's program in Biotechnology, and a graduate level program in Computational Biology. We also support post-doctoral students in this field.
      The departments of Biology, Computer and Information Science (CIS), and Mathematics have each devised undergraduate programs to train students in Computational and Mathematical Biology. Here we describe only the program available in the Department of Biology.
      Within the Department of Biology there are two possible "concentrations" aimed at training students in computational and mathematical skills. These are the concentration in Computational Biology and the concentration in Mathematical Biology. These concentrations are both designed so that a student may focus on those areas in which he/she wishes to specialize. They are described in detail below.

    33. BSCI 474: Mathematical Biology
    BSCI 474 mathematical biology. Section 0101 Fall 2006 John A. Rhodes, Elizabeth S. Allman, Mathematical Models in Biology An Introduction,
    BSCI 474: Mathematical Biology
    Section 0101
    Fall 2008 Last Updated 03/18/08
    Course Information
    Lecture PLS Lab W 2:00 - 4:00, EGR 0312 (starts 9/10). Required Texts Edward Batschelet Introduction to Mathematics for Life Scientists Springer-Verlag John A. Rhodes, Elizabeth S. Allman Mathematical Models in Biology: An Introduction Cambridge University Press Prerequisites Math 220 (Elementary Calculus I)
    Math 221
    (Elementary Calculus II) Web Site Course Description Assuming no knowledge of calculus, the development of mathematical skills, such as solving non-linear difference equations, eigenvector analysis, multi-dimensional stability, and use of Excel and Matlab, is motivated by biological models. Models are chosen from a variety of biological disciplines: linear and non-linear models of populations, Markov models of molecular evolution, phylogenetic tree construction from DNA sequence data, genetics, and infectious disease models. Testudo Info
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    Instructor Info
    Instructor Jonathan Z. Simon, Professor

    34. The Society For Mathematical Biology Newsletter
    We are involved in negotiations with Elsevier, and other potential publishers of our official research Journal, the Bulletin of mathematical biology (see
    Mathematical Biology Newsletter
    Volume 10 # 2 Spring, 1997
    The Society for Mathematical Biology
    Edited by: Denise Kirschner
    Leah Edelstein-Keshet President, SMB (outgoing) and Leon Glass President, SMB (incoming) Dear SMB members, This issue of the SMB newsletter is being edited and assembled by Denise Kirschner , who very kindly agreed to take over the project despite her recent move, and a heavy workload. Thank you Denise ! August, 1997 is almost here. It is time to plan for our annual meeting (See details, this newsletter). It is also time for a "changing of the guard": Leon Glass , our current president elect will be inaugurated at this year's SMB meeting. It is hard to summarize all the SMB activities in a short space of this letter, but here are the main points: We are gradually becoming more fully electronic (as this newsletter and SMB home page demonstrate). We have several new initiatives ongoing: the newsletter has been placed on a stricter schedule, with three issues per year and target dates of January 1, June 1, and Sept 1. (We still ask for donations of material, editorials, announcements, and other news. We would like to open this forum to greater participation by members). The Busenburg Memorial Funds have now been applied towards student travel, and this year should see students reaping the benefits of these and the Landhal travel funds to attend our annual meeting. The Okubo Fund for scientific Excellence is growing. We hope to award periodic prizes from the interest earned from this fund. A committee consisting of Lee Segel, Simon Levin, and Don Ludwig has been appointed to oversee this process. We are involved in negotiations with Elsevier, and other potential publishers of our official research Journal, the Bulletin of Mathematical Biology (see

    35. Introduction To Mathematical Biology
    Designed to explore the applications of mathematical techniques and methods related to biology, this text explores five areas cell growth,
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    36. Centre For Mathematical Biology
    Centre for mathematical biology at the University of Alberta.
    Home About Us People Events ... Contact Us The Centre for Mathematical Biology (CMB) has been operational since January 2002. The focus of the Centre is on research across the disciplines of mathematics and biology and between departments and institutions. The Centre is designed to promote research in mathematical biology at the University of Alberta through interdisciplinary research collaboration, a visitor program, a seminar series, a summer school, and postdoctoral and graduate education.
    Learning Opportunities With the Centre
    PIMS Mathematical Biology
    Summer Workshop
    May 6-16, 2008
    View information and application form

    International Graduate Training Centre (IGTC)
    The Pacific Institute for Mathematical Sciences (PIMS) is offering new graduate training opportunities with the PIMS IGTC in Mathematical Biology The IGTC aims to provide a specialized training programme for students in mathematical biology.
    For further information view
    CMB Calendar

    CMB Library
    (password required) Univ of Alberta Dept of Biology Search our site powered by Google usr="Mathbio";

    37. McGraw-Hill's AccessScience
    mathematical biology spans all levels of biological organization and biological function, from the configuration of biological macromolecules,

    38. Home
    Conference on Representation Theory, Quantum Field Theory, Category Theory, Mathematical Physics and Quantum Information Theory
    Home Registration Proceedings tex header Schedule ... Maps/Directions COMING SOON: Conference on Representation Theory, Quantum Field Theory, Category Theory, Mathematical Physics and Quantum Information Theory Funded by the National Science Foundation September 20 - 23, 2007 The University of Texas at Tyler Invited Speakers: Organizers Kazem Mahdavi (University of Texas at Tyler) Louis Kauffman (University of Illinois at Chicago) Samuel Lomonaco (University of Maryland Baltimore County) Deborah Koslover (University of Texas at Tyler) Travel funding is available. ****More information will be available soon.

    39. AIP Conference Proceeding 971INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
    mathematical biology is an interdisciplinary area that focuses on the application The International Conference on mathematical biology 2007 provides the

    40. Math 490 PDE And Math Biology
    Partial Differential Equations and mathematical biology Spring 2004 mathematical biology Journals in College of William and Mary library and network
    Math 490-01
    Partial Differential Equations and Mathematical Biology
    Spring 2004 Instructor: Professor Junping Shi
    Syllabus Course Schedule Mathematical Biology Links ... Mathematical Biology Journals in College of William and Mary library and network Lecture Notes Chapter 1: Derivation of reaction-diffusion equations (14 pages)
    Chapter 2: Diffusion equation on a bounded domain
    (22 pages)
    Chapter 3: Diffusion with point source
    (8 pages)
    Chapter 4: Nonlinear scalar reaction-diffusion equations
    (38 pages)
    Chapter 5: Reaction diffusion systems
    (9 pages) Lecture slides (Introduction)
    Handouts: Preface of [Murray], Chapter 1 of [Stewart]
    (Review of multi-variable calculus)

    4/14 Turing patterns in animal coats ( powerpoint pdf
    4/16 Chemotactic systems ( powerpoint 4/19 Spatial epidemic models ( pdf 4/21 Overview of other mathematical biology ( pdf Biomath graduate programs Homework assignment (problems from lecture notes) Homework 1 (due 2/6, Friday): Chapter 1 (1,2,3,4,5,6ac,8,9) answer(pdf, problem 4-9) Maple program for problem 1-3 Homework 2 (due 2/16, Monday): Chapter 2 (1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9,11) Homework 3 (due 2/25, Wednesday): Chapter 2 (12,13), Chapter 3(1,2)

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