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  1. Optimal Control Applied to Biological Models (Chapman & Hall/CRC Mathematical & Computational Biology) by Suzanne Lenhart, John T. Workman, 2007-05-07
  2. Tutorials in Mathematical Biosciences II: Mathematical Modeling of Calcium Dynamics and Signal Transduction (Lecture Notes in Mathematics / Mathematical Biosciences Subseries) (v. 2)
  3. A Biologist's Guide to Mathematical Modeling in Ecology and Evolution by Sarah P. Otto, Troy Day, 2007-02-20
  4. Mechanics of Swimming and Flying (Cambridge Studies in Mathematical Biology) by Stephen Childress, 1981-07-31
  5. The Mathematical Theory of Selection, Recombination, and Mutation (Wiley Series in Mathematical & Computational Biology) by R. B├╝rger, 2000-11-27
  6. Stochastic Modelling for Systems Biology (Chapman & Hall/CRC Mathematical & Computational Biology) by Darren J. Wilkinson, 2006-04-18
  7. Mathematical Aspects of Hodgkin-Huxley Neural Theory (Cambridge Studies in Mathematical Biology) by Jane Cronin, 2008-06-05
  8. Mathematical Models in Medical and Health Science (Innovations in Applied Mathematics)
  9. Biological Kinetics (Cambridge Studies in Mathematical Biology)
  10. An Introduction to the Mathematics of Biology by Edward K. Yeargers, James V. Herod, et all 1996-08-28
  11. Compositional Evolution: The Impact of Sex, Symbiosis, and Modularity on the Gradualist Framework of Evolution (Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology) by Richard A. Watson, 2006-02-17
  12. Mathematical Foundations of Neuroscience (Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics) by G. Bard Ermentrout, David H. Terman, 2010-07-08
  13. Dynamical Systems and Their Applications in Biology (Fields Institute Communications, V. 36) by N. S.) International Workshop on Dynamical Systems and their Applications in Biology (2001 : Cape Breton Island, Shigui Ruan, et all 2003-01
  14. Computational Biology Of Cancer: Lecture Notes And Mathematical Modeling by Dominik Wodarz, Natalia L. Komarova, 2005-04

41. Beloit College - Department Of Mathematics And Computer Science
The Biology department offers a major in mathematical biology, which may be of interest to students interested in both fields.
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home Mathematics Minor Computer Science Minor Education Certification ... 3-2 Engineering Mathematics Minor: (6 units)
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  • Three additional courses at level 190 or above. At least one of those courses should be either Math 215: Abstract Algebra or Math 240: Real Analysis
  • Math minors are expected to attend at least one semester of Math 384 or 385.
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  • Five and three-quarter units departmental units:
  • Three and three quarters units of core courses: Computer Science 121, 123, 125, 131, 201, 205, 281, and 381.
  • 42. Mathematical Biology And System Monitoring Program - Conservation Biology - Nort
    Research efforts of the mathematical biology and Systems Monitoring Program include studies on how to most effectively monitor populations NWFSC.
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    43. Mathematical
    The Interdisciplinary mathematical biology Seminar Series in Iowa State University aims to identify and foster a community of people who are working at or
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    Iowa State University Fall 2007 Home People Events and News Funding ... Contact Us The Interdisciplinary Mathematical Biology Seminar Series in Iowa State University aims to identify and foster a community of people who are working at or interested in mathematical biology in Iowa State University . The long term goal is to establish an interdisciplinary program in mathematical biology at Iowa State University in which mathematicians and biologists will work together to address new challenges arising in the biological sciences. For upcoming events please see our Calendar Coming EVENTS! Interdisciplinary Mathematical Biology Seminar
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    44. Science Central : Science - Math - Applications - Mathematical Biology
    Category Listing Science Math - Applications - mathematical biology.
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    45. Mac Hyman's Recent Papers In Mathematical Biology
    Mathematics Mac Hyman s recent papers in numerical analysis, mathematical biology and nonlinear mathematics.
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    to appearin Social Networks. Mathematical applications associated with the deliberate release of infectious agents G. Chowell, A. Cintron-Arias, S. Del Valle, F. Sanchez, B. Song, J. M. Hyman, H. W. Hethcote, and C. Castillo-Chavez; to appear in Modeling The Dynamics of Human Diseases: Emerging Paradigms and Challenges. AMS Cotemporary Mathematics Series (to appear) Gumel A. (Chief Editor), Castillo-Chavez, C., Clemence, D.P. and R.E. Mickens Estimation of the Reproductive number of the Spanish Flu Epidemic in Geneva, Switzerland) G. Chowell, C. E. Ammon, N. W. Hengartner, J. M. Hyman; . Proceedings of the Second European Influenza Conference (St-Julians, Malta, September, 2006) Transmission dynamics of the great influenza pandemic of 1918 in Geneva, Switzerland: Assessing the effects of hypothetical interventions. G. Chowell, C. E. Ammon, N. W. Hengartner, J. M. Hyman; J. Theor. Biol. 241(2), 193-204 (2006) Human-mediated foot-and-mouth disease epidemic dispersal: disease and vector clusters A. L. Rivas, B. Kunsberg, G. Chowell, S. D. Smith, J. M. Hyman, S. J. Schwager; J. Vet. Med. B 53, 1-10 (2006) Critical response to post-outbreak vaccination against foot-and-mouth disease Gumel A. (Chief Editor), Castillo-Chavez, C., Clemence, D.P. and R.E. Mickens; G. Chowell, A. L. Rivas, N. W. Hengartner, J. M. Hyman, C. Castillo-Chavez; to appear in Modeling The Dynamics of Human Diseases: Emerging Paradigms and Challenges. AMS Cotemporary Mathematics Series, (2006)

    46. E3 Information Overload (E-Resources For Engineering Education) AND Are You 2.0
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    47. Mathematical Biology - Scholarpedia
    mathematical biology is a highly interdisciplinary area that defies classification into the usual categories of mathematical research, although it has
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    Frank Hoppensteadt (2007), Scholarpedia, 2(6):2877. revision #13695 [ link to/cite this article Curator: Frank Hoppensteadt, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU, New York, NY
    Mathematicians and biologists, including medical scientists, have a long history of working successfully together. Sophisticated mathematical results have been used in and have emerged from the life sciences. Examples are given by the development of stochastic processes and statistical methods to solve a variety of population problems in demography, ecology, genetics and epidemics , and most joint work between biologists, physicists, chemists and engineers involves synthesis and analysis of mathematical structures. Pythagoras, Aristotle, Fibonacci, Cardano, Bernoulli, Euler, Fourier, Laplace, Gauss, von Helmholtz, Riemann, Einstein, Thompson, Turing, Wiener, von Neumann, Thom, and Keller are names associated with both significant applications of mathematics to life science problems and significant developments in mathematics motivated by the life sciences.
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    There are significant problems that need the attention of mathematicians in almost all areas of life and medical sciences. While these are not necessarily the classical problems of mathematics, they can involve novel mathematical structures and interesting insights to known ones. For example, Rene Thom developed and used topology and

    48. Deodands: Mathematical Biology
    JD Murray, mathematical biology. (My local bookshelf has an apparently new edition of this in two volumes, but Amazon still thinks there is a single edition
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    49. UNL | Math | Research | Mathematical Biology
    The Mathematics Department has several faculty with strong interests in mathematical biology, especially ecology. They regularly conduct seminars and many
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    50. Mathematical Models In Biology, Spring '07
    He teaches ecology, biostatistics, introductory biology, and mathematical biology. Most of his research involves lizard ecology, and includes field work,
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    Math 392: Mathematical Models in Biology
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    MWF: 11:30 AM-12:25 PM, Fowler 110
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    51. About "Mathematical Biology Pages"
    Drexel dragon Donate to the Math Forum. The Math Forum. mathematical biology Pages. Library Home Full Table of Contents Suggest a Link Library Help
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    Visit this site: http://www.bio.brandeis.edu/biomath/menu.html Author: Brandeis University Description: In contemporary biology there are many areas which depend heavily on rather advanced mathematics. This site demonstrates a few of these through Shockwave, Java, and JavaScript explorations. Dixon's Population Pages (exponential growth, nonlinear terms and outbreaks, nonlinear terms and chaos, matrix models, and an elaborate simulation of evolution). Background Mathematical: Visual and Interactive Calculus Primer (derivatives and extrema); Using a DE to approximate the future; Magnification approach to tangent planes; diffusion simulation, gradient. Also a mathematical look at a synaptic junction; Mathematics and the Genome; and Math/Physics tutorial software. Levels: College Languages: English Resource Types: Tutorials Instructional Packages/Games Web Interactive/Java Math Topics: Matrices Vectors Differential Equations Chaos ... Help
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    We cordially invite biology majors with a strong interest in mathematics to participate in the Undergraduate Program in Biological and Mathematical Sciences (UBM), a collaboration between the departments of Biology, Mathematics and Statistics with broad participation among faculty in several Colleges across campus. The goal of this program, funded by the National Science Foundation, is to train students in quantitative approaches, including mathematical, statistical, and computational techniques, to fundamental problems in the life sciences. The importance of quantitative biology was summarized in a recommendation from the National Academies (advisors to the nation on science, engineering and medicine) in their 2003 report, BIO2010: Transforming Undergraduate Education for Future Research Biologists: Students interested in participating in the UBM program should begin by registering for the one-credit course BIOL 285, Quantitative Biology Symposium in their first semester. Each week, a different professor will discuss his or her work at the interface of math and biology. Topics may include everything from human medicine and genetics to ecology and evolution. This informal seminar (complete with pizza and soft drinks) is an excellent introduction to the professors and other students in the UBM program.

    53. 92: Biology And Other Natural Sciences, Behavioral Sciences
    (German What is mathematical biology?); Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, Darmstadt, 1979. 161 pp. ISBN 3534-08016-5 MR82e00043
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    Other sciences whose connections merit explicit connection in the MSC scheme include Chemistry, Biology, Genetics, and Medicine. In chemistry and biochemistry, it is clear that graph theory, differential geometry, and differential equations play a role. Medical technology uses techniques of information transfer and visualization. Biology (including taxonomy and archaeobiology) use statistical inference and other tools.
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    Until 1991, the area contained only the single section 92A: Biology and behavioral sciences. Thus this map is made using only the data since 1991. Note that those data included several sections no longer extant: until the year 2000, there were sections 92G-92K which became part of a new primary classification, 91: Game theory, economics, social and behavioral sciences

    54. Interdisciplinary Seminar Series In Mathematical Biology Spring, 2007
    In this talk, I will discuss some mathematical models in biology. In the first part, I will present a model to simulate and inhibit tumor growth.
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    Interdisciplinary Seminar Series in Mathematical Biology, Spring 2007
    Organizing departments: Mathematics, Biology and Computer Science, UMass Dartmouth Contacts: Jae-Hun Jung (Mathematics) jjung at umassd dot edu Eli Stahl (Biology) estahl at umassd dot edu Li Shen (Computer Science) lshen at umassd dot edu
    (Supported by Mathemaitcs Department, Art and Science Dean's Office, UMassD BioMedical Engineering Program)
    Schedule Date Speaker Affiliation Research T itle/Abstract Special Time/Place Feb. Cathy Ann Clark Mathematics, UMassD and the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Acoustics, Fishery, Schooling Modeling population dynamics with difference equations and undersea naval and biological acoustics Miriam Goldberg EpiVac Inc. Computational Biology Cancelled Gary Davis Mathematics, UMassD Nonlinear Time Series Analysis Deterministic structure in the chromosome of Mycoplasma genitalium Mar. Heng Huang Computer Science and Engineering, University of Texas Arlington Bio-Medical Imaging, Bio-informatics Marker Gene Selection and Gene Regulatory Elements Indentification in Microarray Data Analysis Daniel Olmos Mathematics, UBC

    55. Powell's Books - Chapman & Hall/CRC Mathematical Biology & Medicine #2: Modeling
    In the past three decades, considerable progress has been made in the mathematical analysis, modelling, and simulation of the fluid dynamics of liquid
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    56. UR: Math 290, Mathematical Biology
    This course is an introduction to some of the basic tools of mathematical biology, including ordinary and partial differential equations, dynamical systems,
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    57. "Mathematical Biology Advertisement" Webpage
    During Summer Term 1, the East Tennessee State University Mathematics Department will offer an introductory class in mathematical biology.
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    INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY
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    A solution to the Wright-Fisher model of genetic drift. Time: 11:20-12:50, June 4 - July 9, 2001
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    Prerequisite: Calculus 2 (a knowledge of differential equations would also be useful). During Summer Term 1, the East Tennessee State University Mathematics Department will offer an introductory class in mathematical biology. The class will be offered both as an undergraduate class (MATH 4957) and a graduate class (MATH 5900). The prerequisite is Calculus 2 (MATH 1120). A prior knowledge of differential equations, genetics, and ecology will be useful, but the necessary background in these areas will be briefly presented. Topics to be covered are
  • Genetics: Mendelian genetics, Hardy-Weinberg law, mutation, fitness, Fundamental Theorem of Natural Selection, genetic drift, and the Wright-Fisher Model.
  • Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems: techniques of solving differential equations, matrix methods, stable and unstable equilibria, limit cycles, Lyapunov functions, iterated function systems, chaos, Poincare-Bendixson Theorem.
  • 58. Next Wave -- Kling, 2004-02-27, UNITED STATES
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    A s many of the articles in this feature have indicated, biology is at a crossroads. Biologists have more data than they know what to do with, and mathematicians have the tools and expertise to begin to make sense of it. But mathematicians lack the fundamental knowledge of biology necessary to understand the results. Meanwhile, biologists grasp the systems they're studying, but they lack the tools needed to properly analyze the reams of data they produce. These days more than ever before, mathematics undergrads are matriculating with at least

    59. Bioinformatics/Mathematical Biology
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    60. Bulletin Of Mathematical Biology - Elsevier
    Official publication of the Society for mathematical biology Journal Issue Dispatch Dates The dispatch dates of the last 12 months are given with a maximum
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