One area where NJIT stands out is Mathematical Biology or Mathbio. Mathbio uses mathematics to analyze and model biological systems. NJIT is home to one of the largest group of Mathbio researchers in North America. Currently there are 10 Mathbio researchers at NJIT. Jorge Golowasch and Farzan Nadim are two experimentalists, who design and implements investigations in a laboratory. The remaining members of the group are theorists, who develop and use mathematical models to understand neural phenomena, developmental biology, microvascular blood flow and immunocolloid labeling.
Descriptions of the work of these researchers is available on the website for the Center for Applied Mathematics and Statistics (CAMS).
Above: Associate Professor Farzan Nadim studies the synaptic dynamics of the digestive system of crabs.