version=pmwiki-2.0.13 ordered=1 urlencoded=1
agent=Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_9_5) AppleWebKit/601.1.56 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/9.0 Safari/537.86.1
author=twebster
host=76.127.131.195
name=Main.MathModeling
rev=3
targets=Main.Webster
text=(:noheader:)%0a(:noleft:)%0a(:title Mathematical Modeling:)%0a%0a%25red%25'''EH820 Mathematical Modeling for Public Health and Medicine (Fall; with Ozonoff)'''%25%25%0a\\%0aMathematical modeling of biological processes and population dynamics is an important tool in pure and applied research. This course teaches the basic concepts of deterministic modeling, with emphasis on problems of public health and medical importance such as models of physiologic processes (e.g., Michaelis-Menten kinetics), population models, and models of disease spread and contagion. Mathematical prerequisites are kept to a minimum, with the necessary linear algebra (matrices, eigenvectors, eigenvalues), qualitative methods of ordinary differential equations (stability, phase-plane methods), and difference equations being introduced as needed.%0a%0a%25red%25return to [[Webster|Tom Webster]]
time=1445634911
title=Mathematical Modeling
author:1445634911=twebster
diff:1445634911:1167280379:=1,2d0%0a%3c (:noheader:)%0a%3c (:noleft:)%0a
host:1445634911=76.127.131.195
author:1167280379=twebster
diff:1167280379:1167280361:=3c3%0a%3c %25red%25'''EH820 Mathematical Modeling for Public Health and Medicine (Fall; with Ozonoff)'''%25%25%0a---%0a> %25red%25'''EH820 Mathematical Modeling for Public Health and Medicine (Fall)? (Fall; with Ozonoff)'''%25%25%0a
host:1167280379=68.162.211.112
author:1167280361=twebster
diff:1167280361:1167280361:=1,7d0%0a%3c (:title Mathematical Modeling:)%0a%3c %0a%3c %25red%25'''EH820 Mathematical Modeling for Public Health and Medicine (Fall)? (Fall; with Ozonoff)'''%25%25%0a%3c \\%0a%3c Mathematical modeling of biological processes and population dynamics is an important tool in pure and applied research. This course teaches the basic concepts of deterministic modeling, with emphasis on problems of public health and medical importance such as models of physiologic processes (e.g., Michaelis-Menten kinetics), population models, and models of disease spread and contagion. Mathematical prerequisites are kept to a minimum, with the necessary linear algebra (matrices, eigenvectors, eigenvalues), qualitative methods of ordinary differential equations (stability, phase-plane methods), and difference equations being introduced as needed.%0a%3c %0a%3c %25red%25return to [[Webster|Tom Webster]]%0a\ No newline at end of file%0a
host:1167280361=68.162.211.112