The Bulletin of Mathematical Biology aims to be of major interest to theorists and experimental biologists alike. An ideal article would be a symbiotic combination of theory and experiment. Also very welcome are papers that provide documentation of a purely theoretical advance together with a clear exposition of how this advance furthers biological understanding.
The Bulletin of mathematical biology also invites submissions of review articles which offer an in-depth treatment of an emerging research area, or a significant recent development, in the general area of computational, theoretical and mathematical biology. Those interested in writing such a review article should contact James Sneyd at email@example.com