|Title||Ohio State University - Mathematical Biosciences Institute|
|Publisher||Mathematical Biosciences Institute, The Ohio State University: Columbus, US (OH)|
|Country (State)||United States of America|
|Format of data||text/html|
|Description||"The founders and governors of the MBI identified the need for an institute dedicated to the mathematical biosciences. Vigorous programs of research and education foster the growth of an international community of researchers in this new field.
This need stems from the revolutionary advances in basic science and technology including medical imaging, nanoscale bioengineering, and gene expression arrays. The resulting deluge of experimental data has challenged scientists to produce mathematical solutions to analyzing and structuring this data in a meaningful way.
The mission of the MBI is:
* to foster innovation in the development and application of mathematical, statistical, and computational methods for the solution of significant problems in the biosciences;
* to engage mathematical and biological scientists in the solution of these problems; and
* to expand the community of scholars in mathematical biosciences through education, training, and support of students and researchers.
|Source Type||Research Institutes|