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Mathematical Modeling in Nutrition

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Mathematical Modeling in Nutrition and the Health Sciences 

July 30­August 1, 2000

The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel 
State College, Pennsylvania, USA

Mathematical modeling, modeling software, and new experimental methods in
nutrition are gaining recognition as powerful research tools in the life
sciences, including nutrition. Since 1980, a group of mathematical
modelers in the applied sciences has met to share and exchange ideas and
approaches to the application of mathematical modeling methods to
nutrition and health science.

This conference, like its predecessors, offers exciting opportunities for
students, instructors, authors, researchers and consultants in areas
allied to mathematical modeling to meet, reunite, explore and exchange
ideas. The conference is planned to include the interest of modelers at
all levels of research experience. We cordially invite you to attend.

For more detailed information about this conference, please visit our web
site at:

For More Information

about the program, contact:

Dr. Michael Green 
Professor of Nutrition Science and Physiology
College of Health and Human Development
The Pennsylvania State University
126 Henderson Building South
University Park  PA  16802-6504
Phone: (814) 863-2914
Fax: (814) 863-6103
E-mail: mhg at psu.edu

Janet Novotny
Diet and Human Performance Laboratory
Building 308, BARC-E
Beltsville  MD  20705-2350
Phone: (301) 504-8263
Fax: (301) 504-9098
E-mail: jnovotny at asrr.arsusda.gov

about the conference, contact:

Janet Patterson, M.Ed., 
Senior Conference Planner
The Pennsylvania State University
225 The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel
University Park  PA  16802-7005
Phone: (814) 863-5100
Fax: (814) 863-5190
E-mail: ConferenceInfo1 at cde.psu.edu

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Modeling in all correspondence. 

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