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A tutorial review of mathematical techniques for quantifying tumor heterogeneity
[Review of ]. MATHEMATICAL BIOSCIENCES AND ENGINEERING, 17(4), 3660–3709.
By: R. Everett, K. Flores, N. Henscheid, J. Lagergren, K. Larripa, D. Li, J. Nardini, P. Nguyen, E. Pitman, E. Rutter
2019 journal article
IMMUNOSUPPRESSANT TREATMENT DYNAMICS IN RENAL TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS: AN ITERATIVE MODELING APPROACH
DISCRETE AND CONTINUOUS DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS-SERIES B, 24(6), 2781–2797.
By: N. Murad, H. Tran, H. Banks, R. Everett & E. Rosenberg
2018 journal article
Improving the generation and selection of virtual populations in quantitative systems pharmacology models
PROGRESS IN BIOPHYSICS & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, 139, 15–22.
By: T. Rieger, R. Allen, L. Bystricky, Y. Chen, G. Colopy, Y. Cui, A. Gonzalez, Y. Liu ...and 4 other authors, including 3 NC State authors, R. White, R. Everett, H. Banks & C. Musante
OPTIMAL DESIGN FOR DYNAMICAL MODELING OF PEST POPULATIONS
MATHEMATICAL BIOSCIENCES AND ENGINEERING, 15(4), 993–1010.
By: H. Banks, R. Everett, N. Murad, R. White, J. Banks, B. Cass, J. Rosenheim
2017 journal article
Dynamic modeling of problem drinkers undergoing behavioral treatment
Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 79(6), 1254–1273.
By: H. Banks, K. Bekele-Maxwell, R. Everett, L. Stephenson, S. Shao & J. Morgenstern
Mathematical and statistical model misspecifications in modelling immune response in renal transplant recipients
Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering, 26(2), 203–222.
By: H. Banks, R. Everett, S. Hu, N. Murad & H. Tran
2016 journal article
An adaptive feedback methodology for determining information content in stable population studies
Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering, 13(4), 653–671.
By: H. Banks, J. Banks, R. Everett & J. Stark
Dynamics of a Data Based Ovarian Cancer Growth and Treatment Model with Time Delay
Journal of Dynamics and Differential Equations, 28(3-4), 1393–1414.
By: R. Everett, J. Nagy & Y. Kuang
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