The Battelle Center for Mathematical Medicine’s mission is to apply innovative mathematical, statistical and computational techniques to enable, inform and improve basic and clinical biomedical research. Established in 2006, the center was renamed in 2007 to the Battelle Center for Mathematical Medicine following a transformative gift of $5 million from Battelle Memorial Institute, which also established the Battelle Chair in Quantitative and Computational Biology.
Veronica Vieland, PhD, director of the Battelle Center for Mathematical Medicine, organized the symposium, "Extracting Evidence from Biological Data: Multiple Disciplines Get In on the Act" for the 2015 meeting.
Mystery #7 includes measurement of evidence, based on a publication from Vieland et al. (Science News, January 28, 2015).
Veronica Vieland, PhD, director of the Battelle Center for Mathematical Medicine, was recently awarded a $500,000 grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation for her research study, “Measuring the Evidence in Evidence-Based Medical Research.”