Applied Mathematics

AM 115 Stochastic Modeling in Biology

Application of differential equations, probability, and stochastic processes to problems in cell, organismal, and population biology. Topics include systems biology, cellular processes, gene-regulation, and population biology. Students may not receive credit for this course and AM 215.


Prerequisite(s): STAT 131 and AM 20; a university-level course in biology, and operational knowledge of a programming language; or consent of instructor.