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AMATH 423/523
Mathematical Analysis in Biology and Medicine

This course focuses on developing and analyzing mechanistic, dynamic models of biological systems and processes, to better understand their behavior and function. Applications are drawn from many branches of biology and medicine. Students will gain experience in applying differential equations, difference equations, and dynamical systems theory to biological problems.

Prerequisites:



Either courses in differential equations and probability and statistics, or permission of the instructor


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