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An Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Physiology, Cell Biology, and Immunology
Edited by: James Sneyd, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand

Proceedings of Symposia in Applied Mathematics
2002; 177 pp; hardcover
Volume: 59
ISBN-10: 0-8218-2816-9
ISBN-13: 978-0-8218-2816-8
List Price: US$60
Member Price: US$48
Order Code: PSAPM/59
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Mathematical Biology - Mark A Lewis, Mark A J Chaplain, James P Keener and Philip K Maini

In many respects, biology is the new frontier for applied mathematicians. This book demonstrates the important role mathematics plays in the study of some biological problems. It introduces mathematicians to the biological sciences and provides enough mathematics for bioscientists to appreciate the utility of the modelling approach.

The book presents a number of diverse topics, such as neurophysiology, cell biology, immunology, and human genetics. It examines how research is done, what mathematics is used, what the outstanding questions are, and how to enter the field. Also given is a brief historical survey of each topic, putting current research into perspective.

The book is suitable for mathematicians and biologists interested in mathematical methods in biology.


Graduate students, research mathematicians, and biologists interested in mathematical biology.

Table of Contents

  • D. Terman -- Dynamics of singularly perturbed neuronal networks
  • D. Tranchina -- Mathematics in visual neuroscience: The retina
  • J. P. Keener -- Arrhythmias by dimension
  • J. Sneyd -- Calcium excitability
  • K. Lange and B. Redelings -- Disease gene dynamics in a population isolate
  • A. S. Perelson and P. W. Nelson -- Modeling viral infections
  • Index
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