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Mathematical Models in Biomathematics: Course Outline (MAT-640)

Mathematical and theoretical biology is an interdisciplinary scientific research field with a range of applications in biology, biotechnology, and medicine

Course Outline

Setting up Mathematical models. Analysis of discrete time dynamical systems and their application to biology, stability analysis, data fitting to discrete models, Linear ODE, system of ODE, non-linear ODEs. Population models, chemostat, epidemic models, insulin glucose model, cnacer tumor models, steady states and stability analysis of ODE models, data fitting models of molecular events, quasi steady state assumpotion,Neurophysipology, biochemistry of cells, biomathematical approach to HIV and AIDS, cancer: A disease of DNA.


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