Our mission is to:
Foster interdisciplinary collaborations between faculty in the life sciences and quantitative sciences
Support the development of new curriculum and educational experiences that address the intellectual development and professional goals of students interested in mathematics, biology and biomedical fields
Provide a vehicle to disseminate the latest information in rapidly evolving fields such as computational biology, bioinformatics, computational statistics, mathematical epidemiology and modeling in biomedical science.
Starting Summer 2014- A new graduate certificate in Mathematical Modeling in Bioscience.
This certificate is offered as an online degree and consists of 5 courses:
Math 5830- Analytics and Predictive Modeling
Math 5840- Networks and Systems
Math 5870- Mathematical Modeling using Graph Theory
Math 5880- Modeling of Infectious Diseases and Social Networks
Math 5890- Stochastic Modeling
Please see Certificate for more information about the program.
See a flyer for the program here!
To receive more information about the program, contact Debra Knisley at firstname.lastname@example.org
The High-Performance Computing Center is available for your computational needs. www.etsu.edu/hpcc
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Joint 2013 MBI-NIMBioS-CAMBAM Summer Graduate Workshop Connecting Biological Data with Mathematical Models was held June 17-28, 2013. The workshop was organized by Ariel Cintron-Arias (IQB Fellow and Mathematics Assistant Professor) and Ben Bolker (McMaster University); Marisa Eisenberg (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor); Gregor Fussmann (McGill University); Suzanne Lenhart (University of Tennessee, Knoxville); Brian Leung (McGill University); Russell Zaretzki (University of Tennessee, Knoxville).
The Departments of Biological Sciences and Mathematics & Statistics have been awarded an NSF-UBM grant to conduct the CRAWL Project.