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Bulletin of Mathematical Biology

Bulletin of Mathematical Biology

A Journal Devoted to Research at the Junction of Computational, Theoretical and Experimental Biology Official Journal of The Society for Mathematical Biology

Editor: Philip Maini

ISSN: 0092-8240 (print version)
ISSN: 1522-9602 (electronic version)

Journal no. 11538

Lee Segel Prizes

The Bulletin of Mathematical Biology awards a series of prizes, funded by Springer, linked to papers published in the journal.
There are three prize categories:
- Prize of $3,000 for the best original research student paper (awarded every two years)
- Prize of $5,000 for the best original research paper (awarded every two years)
- Prize of $4,000 for the best review paper (awarded every three years).
It is important when a paper is submitted that the authors indicate if the first author is a student. We would also like referees to indicate if they feel that a paper they are reviewing should be considered for a prize.
Please contact bmb@maths.ox.ac.uk if you require further information regarding the prizes.



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    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 sneyd@math.auckland.ac.nz

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