Biomathematics

Ronen Avni (ORT Braude College and Technion), David Burg (Ohalo Collage and Golan Research Institute), Amit Hupert (Gertner Institute, Chaim Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer),  Haggai Katriel,  Ezer Miller  (ORT Braude College and Gertner Institute), Jurii Kozicki (University of Maria Curie-Sklodowska, Poland) and  Lewi Stone (Tel-Aviv University)
 
Mathematical models are an important tool in the effort to understand the behavior of complex systems. Mathematical biology involves the study of dynamical systems relevant to biological phenomena, at different levels: from the subcellular level (biochemical kinetics, gene regulation), through the level of the organism (physiological processes, inter-host dynamics of infections, cancer), up to the level of populations (ecology, epidemiology, population genetics and evolution).  Important modeling approaches include ordinary and partial differential equations, discrete-time dynamical systems, stochastic processes, and agent-based simulation.  We are interested in theoretical and mathematical investigation of dynamic models, in the formulation of new models, and in fitting mathematical models to experimental, clinical and epidemiological data, using modern statistical methods.