This special issue of Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems, Series B (DCDS-B),
is based on the timely special session on dynamical systems in biology and medicine
in the 7th AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations,
which took place at University of Texas at Arlington, Texas, USA, in the period of
May 18 - 21, 2008. All papers are carefully refereed and selected based on the
mathematical originality and biological relevance of the presented research work.
The bi-annual AIMS international Conference on Dynamical Systems and Differential
Equations has grown steadily in size, quality and scope. Indeed, in a short
period of 12 years, it has become the largest, most popular and well organized
international meeting of its kind, featuring many impressive keynote speakers,
dynamic and engaging special sessions, and most importantly, effective and
economical conference management. A total of 867 researchers participated in
this well organized meeting at Arlington.
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