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Mathematical Modelling of Biomedical Systems

Mathematical models play a central role in understanding mechanisms underpinning a wide range of biological systems. These models are used for the analysis and interpretation of large and varied biological data, but also for the prediction of the dynamic behaviour of these biological processes.
The module aims to:

  1. Equip students with mathematical and computational methods/tools (e.g.; MATLAB and/or similar software) for analysing, modelling and
    predicting dynamic systems essentially related to biochemical problems.
  2. To unable students to develop their problem-solving skills in particular areas of biomedical research, working in group.
  3. Equip students with analytical skills by developing biomedical systems models from experimental data.

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