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  1. On Growth and Form: Spatio-temporal Pattern Formation in Biology (Wiley Series in Mathematical & Computational Biology) by J. C. McLachlan, 2000-01-11
  2. Mathematical biology of social behavior by Nicolas Rashevsky, 1959
  3. An Introduction to the Mathematics of Neurons: Modeling in the Frequency Domain (Cambridge Studies in Mathematical Biology) by Frank C. Hoppensteadt, 1997-06-28
  4. Current Developments in Mathematical Biology: Proceedings of the Conference on Mathematical Biology and Dynamical Systems, the University of Texas at Tyler, ... 2005 (Series on Knots and Everything)
  5. The Theory of the Chemostat: Dynamics of Microbial Competition (Cambridge Studies in Mathematical Biology) by Hal L. Smith, Paul Waltman, 1995-01-27
  6. Introduction to Theoretical Neurobiology: Volume 1, Linear Cable Theory and Dendritic Structure (Cambridge Studies in Mathematical Biology) by Henry C. Tuckwell, 2006-04-20
  7. Mathematical Biology
  8. Mathematical Systems Theory in Biology, Communications, Computation and Finance (The IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications)
  9. Foundations of Mathematical Biology
  10. Computational Molecular Biology: An Algorithmic Approach (Computational Molecular Biology) by Pavel A. Pevzner, 2000-08-21
  11. Foundations of Mathematical Biology
  12. Python for Bioinformatics (Chapman & Hall/Crc Mathematical & Computational Biology) by Sebastian Bassi, 2008-09-15
  13. Mathematical Modeling for the Life Sciences (Universitext) by Jacques Istas, 2005-07-21
  14. Symmetry in Plants (World Scientific Series in Mathematical Biology and Medicine , Vol 4)

61. Mathematical Biology According To Kate L Pugh
Kate s mathematical biology page. Kate s mathematical biology Page. NOTE This was written ages ago. I m not a mathematician any more; I ma programmer.
Kate's Mathematical Biology Page
NOTE: This was written ages ago. I'm not a mathematician any more; I'm a programmer. My dissertation is not going to be put up here because it accidentally got deleted. It only exists in paper form now, and I haven't got a copy. Due to the lack of markup for mathematical symbols, it's not easy to display equations on the Internet. I've been investigating various ways to get around the problem, and I think I've found one I like. It won't work on all browsers though, as it uses special fonts to display Greek characters, and tables to lay out the equations. So I have two versions of every page that contains equations - if the graphical version looks odd then switch to the text version.
My Work in Mathematical Biology
I'm a third-year DPhil (doctorate) student at Oxford University, based in the Mathematical Institute. The group I am working in is the Oxford Centre for Mathematical Biology Some of us are looking at developmental biology and others at wound healing. I am in the wound healing camp, and at the moment I'm doing angiogenesis As of 10 September 1997, I'm in the process of putting a shortened version of my transfer dissertation up here. Well, as much of it as I've written, anyway. Expect it sometime - don't hold your breath.

62. Mathematical Biology At McMaster University
PostDoctoral Fellowship Available. McMaster University Home Page Department of Mathematics Statistics Applied Mathematics @ McMaster University.

63. Mathematical Biology In The Department Of Mathematics & Statistics @ McMaster Un
Geometry Topology. mathematical biology. Mathematical Logic. Probability Statistics. Web. Help. McMaster University mathematical biology, People, Research,

64. SC_4 Mathematical Biology
mathematical biology. Topics This conference will focus on recent advances in the theory and applications of mathematical biology.
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Mathematical Biology
Guangxi Nomal University , Guilin, Aug. 15-18, 2002 Publication: The proceedings will be published as a special issue of the international journal Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems-B
Participants are encouraged to submit their paper to the Proceedings after carefully reading the " Notice about the Proceedings of Mathematical Biology Topics: This conference will focus on recent advances in the theory and applications of Mathematical Biology. There will be several invited expository addresses covering recent trends and many invited lectures on problems of current interest and important applications in various disciplines.
  • Mathematical Ecology Epidemiology Biometrics Bio-informatics Mathematical neuroscience Related mathematical problems in Biology
Scientific Committee: Honorary Chair:
Robert M. May

65. Institution Authentication Form
Truman s mathematical biology Initiative Seminar be Communicating the Art; faculty and students will talk about a wide range of topics which may include their experiences in mathematical biology, reports such

66. Mathematical Biology
mathematical biology. General Information mathematical biology regularly seeks joint reviews of proposals with biology programs. Link to Full Announcement.
Mathematical Biology
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Document Type: Grants Notice Funding Opportunity Number: NSF-GRANTS-041904-030 Posted Date: Apr 19, 2004 Original Due Date for Applications: Dec 18, 2004 Submission window, closes January 13, 2005 Current Due Date for Applications: Dec 18, 2004 Submission window, closes January 13, 2005 Archive Date: Funding Instrument Type: Grant
Category of Funding Activity: Science and Technology and other Research and Development
Expected Number of Awards: Not Available. Estimated Total Program Funding: Not Available. Award Ceiling: None. Award Floor: None. CFDA Number: 47.049 Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Cost Sharing or Matching Requirement: Yes
Eligible Applicants
Unrestricted (i.e., open to any type of entity above), subject to any clarification in text field entitled "Additional Information on Eligibility"
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National Science Foundation, 4201 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington VA 22230
Supports research in areas of mathematics with relevance to the biological sciences, except statistics and probability. For research in statistics and probablility see the respective program descriptions. This part of the Applied Mathematics program interacts with every division in the NSF Directorate of Biological Sciences and its interests overlap those of the biology programs. Mathematical Biology regularly seeks joint reviews of proposals with biology programs.

67. Arizona Mathematics | Research | Mathematical Biology
mathematical biology. Significant interactions between mathematics and biology began at least a century ago in population dynamics models.
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Significant interactions between mathematics and biology began at least a century ago in population dynamics models. Today, mathematical ecology and population biology represents the confluence of two great traditions, one originating with the work of Lotka and Volterra in their study of population dynamics, and a second developed by Haldane, Fisher, and Wright to study the mechanisms of inheritance. We have similar foundational contributions from mathematics to a variety of areas in biology: Poiseuille's Law for blood flow, the Hodgkin-Huxley model for electrophysiology, the Michaelis-Menten relation for enzyme kinetics, and the Berg and Brown model for bacterial chemotaxis are just four of many possible examples. Powerful new techniques in molecular biology, physiology, genetics, and ecology are taking biology into a much more quantitative era. As mathemticians analyze the increasing volume of data and model increasingly more intricate biological phenomenon, we are seeing more and more how mathematics is a unifying force in biology.

68. -- Usage
KCL mathematical biology GroupMathematics Department mathematical biology, Research Activities This field of research includes the investigation of the general

69. Bull Math Biology
Name Bulletin of mathematical biology. Home page http// Publisher http// Field mathematical biology.
Name: Bulletin of Mathematical Biology Home page: Table of contents: Publisher: Field: Mathematical Biology

70. Mathematical Biology
Resource Page for mathematical biology. Biomedical Mathematics Florida State University; Centre for mathematical biology Oxford University.
Resource Page for Mathematical Biology

71. The International Conference On Mathematical Biology
International Biometric Society
(First Announcement)
August 15 - 18th, 2002
Guilin, P. R. China
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE Chairman: Hong Liang (China)
(The following names are in the alphabetic order.)
Members: Dongda Wang (China), Paolo Fergola (Italy), Qichang Yang (China), Shigui Ruan (Canada), Yang Kuang (U.S.A.), Yong Jiang (China),Youlin Jiang(China), Zhaofang Zeng (China), Zhengyi Lu (China) ACADEMIC COMMITTEE
Honorary Chairman:
R. M. May(U.K.) Chairman: Lansun Chen (China), K.Sigmund (Austria) (The following names are in the alphabetic order.) Members: Carlos Castillo-Chivez(U.S.A.),B.D. Sleeman (U.K.), Frad Brauer (Canada), Gang Lu (China),H. L. Smith(U.S.A.),Jianhong Wu (Canada), Jim M Cushing (U.S.A.), Jun Zhu (China),Laifu Liu (China),L.M. Ricciardi (Italy), O. Diekmann (Netherlands), Paul Waltman (U.S.A.), S.A. Levin (U.S.A), Shigui Ruan (Canada),S. Rionero (Italy), T. Yanagawa (Japan), T.G. Hallam (U.S.A.), Yang Kuang (U.S.A.),Zhengyi Lu (China),Zhien Ma (China), Zuori Shen (China) INVITATION Dear Sir or Madame

72. Science Search > Mathematical Biology
Home. Current location Math Applications mathematical biology, 3. mathematical biology Pages Compiled at Brandeis University Life Sciences.

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DNA identification, biostatistics, and recreational aspects of population genetics. Reports, software, links. detailed information Rating: [6.00] Votes: [1734] Mathematical Biology Pages Compiled at Brandeis University Life Sciences. detailed information Rating: [6.00] Votes: [1414] Mathematics and Biology: The Interface Report exploring opportunities at the interface between biology and mathematics edited by Simon A. Levin in HTML. detailed information Rating: [6.00] Votes: [1297] Mathematics in Biology Resources on applications of mathematics, especially to the genome. Animations and software.

73. NWO-Jaarthema Mathematische Biologie
NWO Jaarthema Mathematische Biologie. NWO Special Year on mathematical biology. Coordinatoren L. Stougie (Eindhoven) en SM Verduyn Lunel (Leiden).
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NWO Jaarthema Mathematische Biologie
NWO Special Year on Mathematical Biology
Coordinatoren: L. Stougie (Eindhoven) en S.M. Verduyn Lunel (Leiden) De Sectie Wiskunde van NWO Exact Wetenschappen organiseert in het jaar 2001 een jaarthema Mathematische Biologie in de vorm van een serie seminar dagen en een winterschool over het thema Mathematische Biologie. Aanleiding voor het thema is de behoefte om voor de wiskunde te inventariseren wat de concrete mogelijkheden zijn om te participeren in nieuwe programma's op het gebied van de biowetenschappen (denk aan het NWO Bioinformatica programma). De centrale organisatie van het jaarthema berust bij Leen Stougie en Sjoerd Verduyn Lunel. In nauw overleg met lokale organisatoren worden 9 dagen op lokatie georganiseerd. De onderwerpen zijn zo gekozen dat deze zowel raakvlakken met de wiskunde als met de toepassingen in de biowetenschappen hebben. Hiermee wordt beoogd wiskundigen een overzicht te geven van de problemen waar biologen, biochemici en medici op stuiten, enerzijds, en deze twee onderzoeksgroepen nader tot elkaar te brengen, anderzijds. Het jaarthema zal worden afgesloten met een ``winterschool'' gericht op ouderejaarsstudenten en beginnende onderzoekers in opleiding.
15-17 Januari 2001: Computational Molecular Biology , EURANDOM, Eindhoven.

74. John R. Jungck
Bioinformatics. Benzer Deletion Mapping of Genetic Fine Structure . Special Projects with Students 1. Art of mathematical biology.
John R. Jungck Professor of Biology Beloit College, Beloit, WI Projects: BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium (Quality Undergraduate Education Simulations and Tools in Biology), a national team of biologists and computer scientists, is developing software to simulate biological research simulations and tools to students so they can develop research strategies in a series of open-ended investigations. History of the BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium Bioscene: Journal of College Biology Teaching Computational Molecular Biology and Molecular Bioinformatics Benzer Deletion Mapping of Genetic "Fine Structure" Special Projects with Students 1. Art of Mathematical Biology DNA TOPOLOGY SANDDOLARS SHELL MORPHOLOGY Srebrenka Robic, '97 Vanja Klepac, '98 Adam Robics, '95 VORONOI DIAGRAMS IN BIOLOGY POLYHEDRA IN BIOLOGY GENE THERAPY VECTORS COMING SOON! Zdravko Jeremic, 2001 Giancarlo Schrementi, 2001 Nikki Cheng Genomics and Public Policy Emily Kaltenbach and Colette Bina, '97 Conferences 1997 Annual meeting of the Association of Medwestern College Biology Teachers : Constructing Coherent Curricula: Pushing the Boundaries Heredity, Health and Humanity

75. Mathematical Biology: From Molecules To Ecosystems;The Legacy Of Lee Segel
with the participation of, with the particpation of MITACS. mathematical biology From molecules to ecosystems;The legacy of Lee Segel. July 05 10, 2003.
with the participation of
Mathematical Biology: From molecules to ecosystems;The legacy of Lee Segel
July 05 - 10, 2003
Organizers: Leah Keshet (UBC), Simon A. Levin (Princeton), Mark Lewis (Univ. Alberta)
The workshop we plan to organize will capitalize on the high level of interest in this interdisciplinary area. It will have as a unifying theme the work and contributions of Prof Lee Segel, and will attract a number of colleagues, peers, former students, luminaries who have either worked with Prof Segel, or who share his wide and diverse interests in mathematical biology. One of our aims will be to showcase the recent outstanding achievements of talented young researchers in this field, and another will be to review and present the numerous accomplishments of distinguished people working in this area. One of the interesting aspects of our planned workshop is that it will be uniquely poised to showcase the spectacular evolution of mathematical biology over the past 3 or more decades, from a marginalized esoteric area, to center stage. We are fortunate to have on our list of guests, some of the founding members of modern mathematical biology (who are as active as ever in research), together with many of their academic progeny. (In some cases, a thread of three generations can be traced.) As a secondary objective, our workshop would include some historical context of the way that the field has evolved, the continual challenge to balance interesting mathematics and interesting biology, and the open problems that will undoubtedly form future research directions.

76. Mathematical Biology
Thematic Programme on mathematical biology University of British Columbia Vancouver, Canada JuneAugust 1999. The PIMS Thematic Summer
Thematic Programme on Mathematical Biology
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, Canada
June-August 1999
The PIMS Thematic Summer in Mathematical Biology consists of 5 workshops held at the University of British Columbia during June-August, 1999.
Registration and Information:
  • Registration for each event will take place on the first day of each event in Room 306 of the Old Computer Science Building at UBC. (This is PICLThe Pacific Institute Computing Laboratory)
  • Please submit a registration form by email.
  • Questions regarding registration may be sent to
  • An interactive map of the UBC campus is available, if your browser supports java.
  • Speakers will be staying at one of either St Johns or, Green Colleges on the UBC Campus
  • Participants will be staying at Place Vanier (UBC Residences)
Directions to Place Vanier, Green College and St. John's College

77. General Mathematical Biology Bookmarks
mathematical biology. CMS Molecular Biology, Oxford. mathematical biology mathematical biology According To Kate L Pugh Willy Wriggers. Societies.
Mathematical Biology
CMS Molecular Biology Resource [Portal]
Bioinformatics Courses [Tutorials Index]
Matthiopoulos [Index ] ...
BIOC 2300 Signals in Cardiac Muscles
Biology HyperBooks
DNA from the Beginning
NIGMS Inside the Cell
BIOC 2300 Signals in Cardiac Muscles ...
Introduction to Computational Molecular Biology
Database of Macromolecular Movements
Submission Form for the Morphing Server and Database
Molecular Graphics and Modelling Network - Molecular Modelling Data Base
FlyBase @ ...
ExPASy Molecular Biology Server [Index]
Submission Form for the Morphing Server and Database
Large-Scale Molecular Dynamics Simulations: SPaSM and SPMD
"Computer Simulation of Liquids" programs [Index] ...
Bi 222: Molecular Visualization Resources
Chime Resources [Index]
Journal of Cell Biology
Bio EJournals A-B [Index]
Nature Structural Biology
Research Groups / People
George Oster [Molecular Biologist Kinesin]
Welcome to the NYU Department of Biology
UM Biophysics: Alan J. Hunt
Laboratory of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics ...
Willy Wriggers
Cell Motility Club Home Page
New York Biotechnology Association
Biotechnology Council of New Jersey
Society for Mathematical Biology ...
The Innovation Network [Peskin Heart Interview]
Molecular Motors
Molecular Motors: A Bibliography
Dr. Hongyun Wang [Applied Math Bio]

78. Series In Mathematical Biology And Medicine
Series in mathematical biology and Medicine. a), Complex systems; Nonlinear dynamics; Mathematical modelling with applications in Biology and in Medicine.
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    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.
  • 79. Warwick Mathematics
    mathematical biology. mathematical biology is an active and growing research area in the Mathematics Institute, and Warwick in general.
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    Mathematical Biology is an active and growing research area in the Mathematics Institute, and Warwick in general. Mathematical immunology, epidemiology, ecology and genetics are the main areas in the department, exploiting mathematical techniques from both the deterministic (ODEs, PDEs) and stochastic arenas. Interaction with biologists is fundamental to much of the research activities. David Rand Nigel Burroughs and Matt Keeling lead the research activities in mathematical biology in the department, overseeing a research group comprising a number of post-docs and students. The Scientific Computing Center will further increase research interests in mathematical biology, specifically in computation and simulation of cells and cell processes. David Rand has a long history of interest mathematical biology, from spatial heterogeneity driven evolution of sex and altruism, pair models in epidemiology and ecology, to the more recent activities in T cell activation in immunology and genetic circuits in clocks. Dynamical ideas underlies many of these areas, although both dynamical systems and stochastic methods are used. Nigel Burroughs uses a diverse array of tools to model problems in immunology, microbiology and phylogenetics. Models at both the cellular level, eg PDEs for movement of receptors on a cell surface, and the population level, based on ecological principles, are used dependent up on the best approach for the question at hand. Areas include T cell activation, cytoskeletal dynamics, image analysis and gene flow. Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) techniques are used to analyse microsatellite data, extracting mutational process and demographic parameters. In a collaboration with Biological Sciences, an amoeba bacteria ecology is being investigated, which involves the analysis of video images.

    80. Mathbiologyl
    mathematical biology Research. Dr Mike Ball ( whose research interests are concerned with game theory parti cularly
    Applied: Research
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    • Dr Mike Ball ( ) whose research interests are concerned with game theory parti cularly its use in mathematical biology. For more details look here Dr Roger Bowers ( ) whose research interests are mathematical population dynamics and epidemiology. For more details look here

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