Introduction to Computational Models in Biology at UW

March 2, 2015

  • Seattle, WA

Course description: Here, you will learn about models that arise in the life sciences and how they're analyzed using modern mathematical and computational techniques. We will cover statistical models, discrete- and continuous- time dynamical models, and stochastic models. Applications will sample a wide range of scales, from biomolecules to population dynamics, with an emphasis on common mathematical concepts and computational techniques. Throughout, our themes will include interpretation of existing data and predictions for new experiments.


Communications Building
Room B027
Seattle, WA

For more information, visit the course syllabus.