Mathematical Biology Newsletter

Volume 11 #1 - Winter, 1998

The Society for Mathematical Biology
Edited by: Elizabeth H. Scholl

A letter from the President, Leon Glass
Table of Contents

  • Goals and Activities of the Publications Committee
  • by Ramit Mehr, Ray Mejia and Elizabeth H. Scholl

  • SMB Re-Establishes Education Committee
  • by John R. Jungck

  • Nominations Needed
  • Elections for New Officers are coming soon.

  • Recent Trends in Biomathematics - from theory to the clinic

  • by Zvia Agur

  • Bioinformatics in Nature
  • by Ramit Mehr

  • Volunteers Needed
  • A call for help on a survey of abstract services.

  • Mathematical Modeling of Cancer in the UK

  • byMark Chaplain & Jonathan A. Sherratt

  • Wiley Series in Mathematical and Computational Biology
    Announcing a major new book series in mathematical biology, edited by Simon Levin

  • The International Congress on Deterministic and Stochastic Aspect of Biointeraction
    A report by Fabio A. Milner

  • Upcoming Conferences

  • Gordon Research Conference on Theoretical Biology and Bioinformatics
    Tilton School, Tilton, N.H., June 7 - 12, 1998

  • Fifth International Conference on Mathematical Population Dynamics
    Zakopane, Poland, June 21 - 26, 1998

  • Michigan Interdisciplinary Mathematics Meeting on Modeling and Analysis in Medicine and Biology
    Ann Arbor, MI, August 6-8, 1998

  • On Growth and Form: Spatio-Temporal Patterning in Biology
    University of Dundee, Scotland, September 20-24, 1998

  • Destobio 2000
    Purdue University, Indiana, August 2000

    Job Opportunities

  • Tenure Track Assistant Professorship in Mathematical Ecology, University of British Columbia

  • Tenure Track Assistant Professorship in Bioinformatics, NCSU

  • Interdisciplinary Post-Doctoral Positions, Boston University

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