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biomathematics

[‚bī·ō‚math·ə′mad·iks]
(biophysics)
Mathematical methods applied to the study of living organisms.
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The collaboration will draw upon Optimata's biomathematical and disease modeling expertise which enables an accurate portrayal of the dynamics of disease processes and detailed predictions of drug effects.
PhyzioType(TM) Clinical Management Systems are composed of an ensemble of inherited DNA markers genotyped by arrays and interpreted by a biomathematical algorithm in order to convey to physicians predicted comparisons of side effect risk among drugs for the individual patient.
Before moving to Boston he was professor and chair of Biomathematical Sciences at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine (1987-1990), director of the Department of Energy's Health and Environmental Research Programs (1985-1987), and chief of Theoretical Immunology and Mathematical Biology at the National Institutes of Health.
This is a useful adjunct to the usual biomathematical modeling approach using reproductive numbers at different points in time, representing the average number of infections, excluding SSEs, caused by infected individuals in successive generations at time t throughout the SARS epidemic (Riley et al.
Dean II, senior programmer, biomathematical modeling unit, division of sleep medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School.
MelTec's high-throughput robotic imaging technology, Multi-Epitope-Ligand-Kartographie (MELK), combines cell biology and biomathematical tools to visualise protein networks at the cellular and subcellular levels without disrupting the cell's integrity and correlates the networks with biological function.
National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded the company a $199,566 Phase 1 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant to develop biomathematical systems to analyze data in VistaGen's in vitro screening assays.
Sophisticated biomathematical modeling systems such as Archimedes hold the promise of directing our health care efforts to effective targets, resulting in the greatest health improvements for our members and the community at large," said Jed Weissberg, MD, associate executive director for quality and performance improvement at the Permanente Federation.