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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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Biomathematician Michael Deem of Rice University in Houston became interested in studying the immune system 15 years ago when he rolled up his sleeve to get his annual flu shot.
Uchida, a biomathematician and developmental biologist associated with the department of cardiac development and remodeling at the Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research, Germany, outlines an approach to the analysis of evolutionarily-conserved, heart-enriched genes with unknown functions and the steps of the procedure, from screening to validation.
Works contract for the design and construction of a building to house the department biomathematicians theorists and study rooms for students and faculty of the translation and interpretation.
Here I am not at all advocating extreme mathematical relativism, which is no solution at all, given the fact that we shall continue to engage, and be engaged by, evolutionist biomathematicians.
For the first time ever, a new model, called "FleaTickRisk" has been designed in collaboration between climatologists (from Climpact, a start-up between researchers from the CNRS and Paris VI University), biomathematicians (from the research unit of the Lyon Veterinary School associated with the CNRS) and parasitologists (from Merial and the Maisons-Alfort Veterinary School).