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BioMathematics
Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Major
Biology and Math Biology Links
weusemath.org
, a neat website about careers in math (not necessarily biomath)
wikipedia page on mathematical and theoretical biology
biomath page from Rutgers career services
great book, "101 careers in mathematics"
- useful for biomath majors, not just math; link allows you to read bok online
job listings (including Ph.D. fellowship oportunities)
from the Society for Mathematical Biology
instructional resources
from the Society for Mathematical Biology
careers in theoretical biology
mathematics and biology: The interface, challenges and opportunities
(report worth reading)
"
Ten equations that changed biology
"
why do math
web site
info on biomathematics
(click on videos for interviews with some biomath researchers)
summer undergraduate research programs in mathematical biology
(old)
undergraduate study paths in math bio
mathematical biology links
many good links!
theoretical and mathematical biology sites
many good links!
A few other biomath programs, both undergraduate and graduate:
degree programs in mathematical biology
listed by the Society for Mathematical Biology
a list of some biomath bachelor's degree programs
Utah
math biology graduate studies
Rice University Ph.D. program in Systems, Synthetic and Physical Biology (SSPB)
computational and mathematical biology
undergrad degree at U.Penn.
biomath program
at UCLA
bachelor of science in biomathematics at Florida Institute of Technology
biomathematics at Illinois State University
and a
slide presentation on biomath from then
biomathematics career initiative@SUNY Geneseo
Other resources:
notes on mathematical and systems biology
(E. Sontag, Rutgers)
systems biology online course
from coursera (Mt Sinai)
program in mathematics and molecular biology at Florida State
lecture notes on math biology
(Zoology dept, U of British Columbia)
Math modules to be inserted into biology courses
from Cornell
mathematical and computational challenges in molecular and cell biology
course at Berkeley, June 12/13, 2000, streaming videos of lectures.
the biology project
(not
math
bio, but a good place for learning bio online)
biomath labs
MIT biology hypertextbook
(not
math
bio, but an excellent intro to bio!)
mathematical modules in biology and chemistry