Mathematics for pharmacology?
What sorts and types of mathematics does one need to be competent enough (or proferably excel) in a pharmacology PhD?
Which of these should I do?
Lvl.1
Discrete mathematics for computer scienceSpecial topics in mathematics (dynamics, chaos, algorithms, number theory, logic, operational research, etc.)
Functions and their applications (Calculus)
Analysis of change (More calculus)
Techniques for modelling (Gaussian elimination; matrices, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, differentials, Taylor series, etc.)
Techniques for modelling (advanced)
Multivariable calculus (partial derivatives, extreme values, Lagrange multipliers. Multiple integrals, line integrals, surface integrals, integral theorems of Gauss and Stokes, etc.)
Statistical methods for science
Lvl.2
Mathematics research project level 2Multivariable calculus
Multivariable calculus (advanced)
Linear algebra with applications
Differential equations with modelling
Algebra and number theory
The nature and beauty of mathematics
Real analysis
Mathematics of uncertainty
Mathematical statistics
Lvl.3
Relativity and cosmology
Physical meteorology
Dynamical meteorology
Mathematics research project level 3
Partial differential equations
Complex analysis and integral transforms
Introduction to computational mathematics
Advanced ordinary differential equations
Differential geometry
Algebra and number theory
Real analysis
Algebra and number theory II
Analysis and topology
Time series and random processes in linear systems
Random processes in the sciences and engineering
Financial mathematics
Applied mathematical modelling
Fluid dynamics
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