The supplementary work, Laboratory Manual of Biomathematics is available separately ISBN 0123740223, or as a set ISBN: 0123740290)
* Provides a complete guide for development of quantification skills crucial for applying mathematical methods to biological problems
* Includes well-known examples from across disciplines in the life sciences including modern biomedical research
* Explains how to use data sets or dynamical processes to build mathematical models
* Offers extensive illustrative materials
* Written in clear and easy-to-follow language without assuming a background in math or biology
* A laboratory manual is available for hands-on, computer-assisted projects based on material covered in the text
Raina Robeva was born in Sofia, Bulgaria. She holds a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Virginia and has broad research interests spanning theoretical mathematics, applied probability, and systems biology. Robeva is the founding Chief Editor of the journal Frontiers in Systems Biology and the lead author/editor of the books An Invitation to Biomathematics (2008), Mathematical Concepts and Methods in Modern Biology: Using Modern Discrete Models (2013), and Algebraic and Discrete Mathematical Methods for Modern Biology (2015), all published by Academic Press. She is Professor of Mathematical Sciences and Director of the Center for Science and Technology in Society at Sweet Briar College.
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