Elizabeth Rhoades- new faculty in Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry. Fall Course – interdisciplinary class entitled “Mathematical Methods in Biophysics” (MBB 435/635) that is aimed at advanced undergraduates and first year graduate students. In this class, we will lecture on the mathematical methods used in analysis of biophysical and biochemical data, and students will use Matlab programs to manipulate and analyze actual data contributed by various labs in our department. Our hope is that not only will this provide some of the mathematical background needed for data analysis in a research setting, but will also provide students with a deeper understanding of abstract mathematical principles when they see how they can apply them to the analysis of real data.It will be necessary for each student to have a copy of Matlab for the coursework

Elizabeth Rhoades

Bass 218

203-432-5342

4/27 – Ed Contacted Mathworks for info