A proposal for a systematic educational program for bioengineering, a study that has arisen as a separate discipline because of educational deficiencies in biology and engineering. The bioengineering student should receive the best possible foundation in the primarily mathematical tools of system analysis, in engineering material currently in use in biological work, and a theoretical and practical study of mathematical models in physiology. 8 pp.
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