The book provides senior undergraduate students and junior scientists with a comprehensive overview of all relevant aspects of diabetes systems biology and biological mathematical modelling. The goal is to allow junior researchers in the fields of mathematical biology and biophysics to obtain a broad understanding of the quantitative methods used to examine beta-cell dynamics, islet biology and architecture, as well as diabetes etiology and implications, and guide them into taking the first steps into the field of diabetes systems biology.
Dr. Khadra is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physiology and is the Co-director of the Centre for Applied Mathematics in Bioscience and Medicine (CAMBAM). He performs research in the area of Mathematics and Computational Biology.
More details on the book can be found here: Diabetes Systems Biology - Book - IOPscience
Great work, Anmar!