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  1. Mathematical Models in Biology (Classics in Applied Mathematics) by Leah Edelstein-Keshet, 2005-02
  2. Mathematical Models in Population Biology and Epidemiology (Texts in Applied Mathematics) by Fred Brauer, Carlos Castillo-Chavez, 2010-11-02
  3. Mathematical Biology II by J.D. Murray, 2003-01-27
  4. Mathematical Biology: I. An Introduction (Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics) (Pt. 1) by James D. Murray, 2007-12-08
  5. A Course in Mathematical Biology: Quantitative Modeling with Mathematical and Computational (Monographs on Mathematical Modeling and Computation) by Gerda de Vries, Thomas Hillen, et all 2006-06-27
  6. Introduction to Bioinformatics (Chapman & Hall/CRC Mathematical & Computational Biology) by Anna Tramontano, 2006-12-06
  7. Introduction to Mathematical Biology by S. I. Rubinow, 2003-01-13
  8. Dynamic Models in Biology by Stephen P. Ellner, John Guckenheimer, 2006-03-27
  9. Mathematical Techniques for Biology and Medicine by William Simon, 1987-02-01
  10. Cancer Systems Biology (Chapman & Hall/CRC Mathematical & Computational Biology)
  11. Differential Equations and Mathematical Biology, Second Edition (Chapman & Hall/CRC Mathematical & Computational Biology) by D.S. Jones, Michael Plank, et all 2009-11-09
  12. Algorithms in Bioinformatics: A Practical Introduction (Chapman & Hall/CRC Mathematical & Computational Biology) by Wing-Kin Sung, 2009-11-24
  13. Structural Bioinformatics: An Algorithmic Approach (Chapman & Hall/CRC Mathematical & Computational Biology) by Forbes J. Burkowski, 2008-10-30
  14. Calculating the Secrets of Life: Applications of the Mathematical Sciences in Molecular Biology by Eric S. Lander, 1995-04

1. Society For Mathematical Biology
Forum for discussion of research in biology, mathematicalbiology, and mathematics applied to or motivate Category Science Math mathematical biology Organizations...... You can take a look at the benefits of being a member of the Society for MathematicalBiology, see a substantial list of services provided by SMB, or see our

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Who Are We? Our society is committed to attracting members from all countries, and from a wide spectrum of interests. We hope to be able to provide a forum for discussion of research in biology, mathematical-biology, and mathematics applied to or motivated by biology. Interdisciplinary research such as biophysics, computational biology, and many other similar realms are a growing part of our mandate. We hope that you will help broaden our horizons with your particular approach or research interests by joining the society and participating in our meetings.
Landahl Student Travel Awards We encourage eligible graduate students to apply for support to travel to the SMB Annual Meeting . Others may also apply, though preference is given to graduate student members of SMB. SMB also has Financial Support to Travel to Meetings other than the SMB Annual Meeting. To learn more about this, please click here Look us over Feel free to take a look around our website for more information about who we are and what we do. There is an easy navigation menu provided for you at the left.
You can take a look at the benefits of being a member of the Society for Mathematical Biology, see a substantial list of services provided by SMB, or see our listing of Meetings.

2. Matthiopoulos
Jason Matthiopoulos' links to mathematical biology Sites.
L inks to M athematical B iology S ites These links are constantly updated. If you would like to add a link, please email me with the details.
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3. Centre For Mathematical Biology
Formerly the Laboratory of mathematical biology (LMMB)
Mathematical Institute Centre for
Mathematical Biology Contact us About us People Research Interests ... Vacancies
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4. Mathematical Biology At UBC
GRADUATE STUDIES IN. mathematical biology. Programs for the M.Sc.
Programs for the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees arranged through
The Institute programs involve research supervisors and teaching faculty from several departments. Course programs will be arranged between the Institute and a department.
  • Animal Behavior
  • Ecology
  • Evolutionary Genetics
  • Excitable Cells
  • Immunology
  • Morphogenesis
  • Neurobiology
  • Neural Networks
  • Pattern Formation
More detailed information and application forms for these programs can be obtained from: The Director
Institute of Applied Mathematics
The University of British Columbia
Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z2

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Matrix Models;
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7. SMB - January 2003 Newsletter
Newsletter of the Society for mathematical biology. Full text on-line.Category Science Math Applications mathematical biology Journals......mathematical biology Newsletter. Volume 16 1 January 2003 The Society formathematical biology. The Bulletin of mathematical biology is on the move!!

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Mathematical Biology Newsletter
Volume 16 #1 - January 2003
The Society for Mathematical Biology
Edited by: Holly Gaff Table of Contents
  • Letter from the President
    Mark Lewis
  • Meeting the Challenges in Emerging Areas
    John Jungck
  • Student and Postdoctoral positions January 2003 Dear SMB members, Now is the time to start planning for next summer. Our annual meeting will be in Dundee, Scotland from 6-9 August, 2003. This meeting is under the capable organization of Mark Chaplain and colleagues. As well as a strong scientific program (including plenary lectures, minisymposia, contributed talks and posters), it includes a civic reception on board the RRS Discovery (the ship of Captain Robert Scott of the Antarctic)! If you have been coming to the SMB meetings for several years, you may have noticed growth in meeting size over the last three years, with more parallel sessions. This reflects growth in interest in mathematical biology, as well the hard work of organizers. However, the meetings still remain small (approx 200) compared to meetings of larger societies. This allows for an informal atmosphere which promotes interactions and connections between researchers. I have recently entered into discussions regarding reciprocity with the European Society for Theoretical and Mathematical Biology and the Japanese Association for Mathematical Biology. The idea here is that members of one society should be able to join another with reduced cost. Advantages include newsletters, society benefits such as travel scholarships, journal subscriptions, and networking with different math biology communities. I hope we will have ironed out the details for reciprocity in time for the next meeting.

8. Laboratory Of Experimental And Computational Biology
Laboratory of Experimental and Computational Biology (LECB) formerly the Laboratory of Mathematical Category Science Math mathematical biology Research Groups...... Formerly the Laboratory of mathematical biology (LMMB).
Laboratory of Experimental and Computational Biology (LECB)
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Lab Research topics
  • Computational RNA Structure Group
  • Molecular Information Theory Group
  • Molecular Structure Section
  • Molecular Modelling of Membrane Proteins Group ...
  • Structural Glycobiology Section
    Formerly the Laboratory of Mathematical Biology (LMMB)
    Center for Cancer Research National Cancer Institute National Institutes of Health
    Jacob V. Maizel, Jr., Ph.D., Chief
    The activities of the Laboratory Experimental and Computational Biology (LECB) fall into several broad areas: macromolecular structure and function; membrane structure and function; immunology; phamacokinetics and computational and modeling methodology. The work is both theoretical and experimental. Application of theoretical understanding to these biological systems is accomplished through the use of advanced computing. Many of the theoretical studies are possible only through use of the supercomputing facilities at the Advanced Biomedical Computing Center, FCRDC, which was created and sponsored through the initiative of the Laboratory of Experimental and Computational Biology. The Laboratory oversees the development and operation of the contractor-operated The ABCC which serves as the only public-domain supercomputing center dedicated to biomedical research in the world. Access is provided to suitable applicants from the biomedical community, on the basic of scientific priority as evaluated by a time allocation group made up of representatives from the NCI, other NIH Institutes, and the extramural community. The goal is to provide access for challenging computational biology problems to proven, easy-to-use, fast, reliable, efficient, high-performance computers. The computing environment is centered around MIMD supercomputers and scalar parallel machines. A fiber optic network interconnects these platforms, and provides Internet access and high speed connections to a userbase of more than 1600 researchers.
  • 9. Centre For Mathematical Biology
    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.
    Home About Us People Events Research Projects ... Sitemap The Centre for Mathematical Biology (CMB) has been operational for over a year now. 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. On May 11-19, 2002 we offered the 1st annual PIMS Mathematical Biology Summer Workshop entitled "Mathematics of Biological Systems". Our aim was to introduce undergraduate mathematics students to mathematical modeling and analysis applied to real biological systems. Instructors were Gerda de Vries, Thomas Hillen, Mark Lewis, and Michael Li. We had 26 students attend the workshop. Students came from 14 different Universities across Canada and the United States. Next year's workshop will be from April 30-May 9, 2003. Details will be posted on this site once they become available. The focus of the CMB is on research across the disciplines of Mathematics and Biology and on research between departments and institutions. The Centre also includes office space and computing facilities for our visitors and postdoctoral fellowships. Search our site powered by Google usr="Mathbio";

    10. Centre For Mathematical Biology Home Page
    Centre for mathematical biology. Members, research interests.Category Science Math mathematical biology Research Groups......Click for text only. Centre for mathematical biology. Universityof Bath logo links to University home page.
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    The Centre was set up in 1994 to facilitate communication and encourage collaboration between mathematicians and biologists interested in interdisciplinary research at the University of Bath. Its membership includes about twenty permanent academic staff and their postgraduate students and postdocs. Most but not all of the members are in the departments of Maths or Biol (or both), and many of the postgrads are jointly supervised by a mathematician and a biologist. The Centre runs semi-formal lunchtime seminars on most Wednesdays in term time. We welcome visits from academics or from potential postgrads or postdocs. Contact the Director or a member with similar interests to your own. Information on how to reach the University of Bath is available here The Director of the Centre is Nick Britton , and its Steering Group consists of Nick Britton, Mike Mogie Gavin Shaddick Tamas Szekely and Jane White The membership page contains an indication of the areas of interest for each member, and links to their home or research page for further details. Click

    11. The Israeli Society For Theoretical And Mathematical Biology
    Established in 1996 to foster interdisciplinary research in Israel and to provide a forum for Israeli Category Science Math mathematical biology Organizations...... The Israeli Society for Theoretical and mathematical biology (ISTMB). Soon sixthannual conference. The Society for mathematical biology (SMB). Aims of ISTMB
    Wellcome to the homepage of the Israeli Society for Theoretical and Mathematical Biology. The page was updated from its old version . Please notify any problems, as well as any other suggestion for improvement, to Barak Shenhav . We appologize for any (temporary) inconvenient. Thank you.
    The Israeli Society for
    Theoretical and Mathematical Biology
    Soon sixth annual conference
    Our society was established in 1996 to foster interdisciplinary research in Israel and to provide a forum for Israeli scientists to discuss research in theoretical biology, mathematical-biology, computational biology, biophysics, and mathematics applied to or motivated by biology.
    • About ISTMB
    • People @ ISTMB
    • ISTMB conferences
      • Fifth annual conference (Bar Ilan University, 25.3.2002)
      • Fourth annual conference (Ramat-Efal, 3.5.2001)
      • Third annual conference (Technion, Haifa, 5.1.2000)
      • Second annual conference (Sde Boker, 31.12.98-1.1.99)
      • First annual conference (Tel-Aviv University, 29.1.98)
    • Publications

    12. (UK) University Of Dundee
    Links to the university's research groups in the field of mathematical biology.

    13. KCL Mathematical Biology Group
    Mathematics Department, mathematical biology group. Members.
    Mathematics Department
    Mathematical Biology Research Activities This field of research includes
    • the investigation of the general mathematical properties of models of development and their implications for evolution, and
    • control in physiology and geophysiology.
    Prof P T Saunders

    Postgraduate Study

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    14. Guilin Meeting
    (An ICM 2002 Satellite Conference.) Guilin, China; 1518 August 2002.Category Science Math mathematical biology Events Past Events......THE 3rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON mathematical biology August 1518, 2002,Guilin, China A SATELLITE MEETING OF ICM-2002 Final Announcement
    August 15-18, 2002, Guilin, China

    Final Announcement
    Mathematical biology is an emerging interdisciplinary science that closely tied to life sciences and
    mathematics. It covers a wide range of fields and attracts a growing attention of many expertise
    and researchers. The 21st century promises a new era of rapid growth of modern life science and
    biotechnology. The conference to be held at the beginning of the century will provide a unique
    opportunity for the researchers to present their latest views and achievements in their scientific
    research areas and obtain cutting edge information of science and technology. The objective of this conference is to promote academic exchanges that will further high level research in the field of mathematical biology and facilitate the development of modern technology in applications relevant to the world economy, social development and the environmental protection.

    15. Springer LINK: Journal Of Mathematical Biology
    The Journal of mathematical biology publishes papers that provide biological insightand open up challenging new types of mathematical problems that derive
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    ISSN: 0303-6812 (printed version)
    ISSN: 1432-1416 (electronic version)

    16. LMS/EPSRC Short Course On Mathematical Biology
    University of Manchester, UK; 611 January 2002.
    LMS/EPSRC Short Course on Mathematical Biology
    January 6-11, 2002
    Department of Mathematics
    University of Manchester
    Organiser: Dr. Matthias Heil
    [Introduction] [Programme] [Course Overview] [Accommodation] ... [Further Information] Here's the latest update of the programme incl. directions to Hulme Hall etc.
    Over the past decades, mathematics has increasingly (and successfully) been applied to the modelling and analysis of many biological and physiological problems. Mathematical Biology has thus developed into an active, varied and inherently interdisciplinary field of research. Major advances have been made (e.g.) in the modelling of disease spreading and tumour growth, in the analysis of biological pattern formation and in physiological fluid mechanics. The complexity of biological and physiological systems makes them a rich source of challenging problems whose analysis often stimulates the development of novel mathematical techniques. Many mathematics departments in the UK now offer courses in Mathematical Biology but typically the syllabi of these courses only cover a small subset of the entire field, reflecting the research interests within each department. This problem persists at PhD level and especially first year PhD students often fail to appreciate the breadth of the field. The aim of this course is to provide first and second year mathematics PhD students with an overview of four main research areas in Mathematical Biology. The course will start with an opening lecture on

    17. Springer LINK: Journal Of Mathematical Biology - Contents
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    18. Bulletin Of Mathematical Biology
    Academic Press journal publishing original research papers, survey articles, and extended book reviews Category Science Math Applications mathematical biology Journals......
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    19. Undergraduate Summer Research Program At Penn State Mathematical Biology
    Research opportunities in mathematical biology are described.

    20. Mathematical Biology Homepage.
    of biology is a consequence of its incredible complexity, consisting as it does of complex systems based upon chemistry.
    athematics in iology The construction of this site was funded by a grant from the Hughes Foundation.
    Thanks to John Lisman and Tricia McDonough for promotion and aid.
    Geoffrey Dixon
    , 10 October 1997. The slippery gooiness of biology is a consequence of its incredible complexity, consisting as it does of complex systems based upon chemistry. And chemistry obeys the rules of physics, which exists because of, and is consequently best described by, mathematics. Mathematics is the ur-fluid of Reality (gad, how poetic), and our symbollic attempts to represent mathematics have given us windows through which our mushy grey-matter can peer, and with which this same mushy grey-matter becomes altered, and we call this alteration understanding (a frequently generous appellation). The purpose of these pages is to press our noses against some of the windows that look upon biological systems, and to do it in as interactive and stimulating a way as possible, given the talents of we the page creators. There are four of us: Geoffrey Dixon, Steven Karel, Frank Lonberg and Mike Casey. This site will be evolving rapidly, so things will likely be different each time you look. Also see Dixon's interactive Mathematics and the Genome site.

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