Read about key
aspects and requirements for UBMTP students.
Read a summary description of the program and see its NSF
link.
Applications
will be accepted until October 29, 2008: Application
form
See the Projects of the 2005
UBMTP Students
See the Projects of the 2006
UBMTP Students (check out our first UBM journal publication coauthored by
Gareth Russell and Abraham Rosales)
See the Projects of the
2007 UBMTP Students
See the Projects of
the 2008 UBMTP Students
Meet the 2009 UBMTP
Students
The UBMTP will :
 Train
students to understand biological phenomena using quantitative tools.
 Teach
students how to pose and answer questions that arise at the interface of
math and biology.
 Allow
students to work in a biology lab on specific research problems.
 Introduce
students to the concepts of mathematical modeling of biological
phenomena.
 Provide
students with ample opportunities to travel to national and regional
conferences to present their work.
 Best
of all, provide a generous stipend during both
the summer and academic year to carry out cutting edge research.
You must be a Biology or Mathematics major (or a double major in one
of these two fields) to participate in the UBMTP.
Principal investigator: Dr. Amit Bose
(Math) (bose@njit.edu; Phone:
9735963370)
CoPrincipal investigators: Drs. Farzan
Nadim & Jorge Golowasch (Math and Biology)
Other investigators
involved:
Nihal AltonBonnet (RutgersNewark, Biology)
Ed
Bonder (RutgersNewark, Biology)
Wilma Friedman
(RutgersNewark, Biology)
Claus Holzapfel (RutgersNewark, Biology)
Andrew
Hill (NJIT andRutgersNewark, Biology)
Haesun Kim (RutgersNewark, Biology)
Cyrill Muratov (NJIT, Math)
Robert Miura(NJIT, Math)
Victor Matveev
(NJIT, Math)
Eliza Michalopoulou
(NJIT, Math)
Alexis Rodriguez (Rutgers, Biology)
Horacio Rotstein (NJIT, Math)
Gareth Russell (NJIT and
RutgersNewark, Biology)
