If two-thirds of cancer incidence across tissues is explained by random DNA mutations that occur when stem cells divide, then changing our lifestyle and habits will be a huge help in preventing certain cancers, but this may not be as effective for a variety of others," says biomathematician
Cristian Tomasetti, Ph.
Much the way D'Arcy Thompson, the first biomathematician
, found formal correspondences among different structures in nature, so Waterston, exploring cross-references among shapes in animal and vegetable bodies (e.
In the 1990s, Lucier continued to expand the scientific basis for risk assessment when he joined efforts with NIEHS biomathematician
Chris Portier to transform science's understanding of receptor-mediated toxicology.
Dr Vergu is a biomathematician
in the Applied Mathematics and Computer Science Unit at the French National Institute for Agricultural Research.
Zvia Agur, a world-renowned biomathematician
who has pioneered methods of using computer modeling for optimizing treatment protocols in cancer and pathogenic diseases, Optimata offers a rational approach for the selection of patient populations and the optimization of drug scheduling and dosage.
Dr Stilianakis is a biomathematician
who works at the European Commission JRC and an assistant professor of epidemiology and biomathematics at the University of Erlangen-Nurnberg Medical School in Erlangen, Germany.