Short Courses on the Mathematics of Biological Complexity

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Thu May 1 00:52:32 EST 2003

Short Courses on the Mathematics of Biological Complexity
Supported by the National Institutes of Health GM59924-02

April 2003

This continuing series of Short Courses held at the University
of Tennessee is oriented towards biologically-trained individuals, 
including graduate students, biology faculty, MDs and those desiring 
to work in emerging fields in computational biology. The objective 
is to provide a rapid introduction to the mathematical and computational 
topics appropriate for understanding current research in biological 
complexity. Two additional courses being held in the next few months
still have space available:

Course 2: Optimal Control Theory in Application to Biology: 
July 9 - 12, 2003

Course 3: Modeling the evolutionary genetics of complex phenotypes: 
a hierarchical approach from sequences to populations:
September 7-10, 2003
Complete details are available at
Significant financial support is available to cover lodging, travel
and registration expenses for attendees from non-profit institutions.
Potential attendees are urged to apply to attend any of these
courses as soon as possible. 

Louis J. Gross (Short Course Director) 
gross at

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