Modeling Information Sites
BMEnet: Biomedical Engineering Network, Purdue University
National Institutes of Health Biomedical Engineering, and Bioengineering Consortium (BECON)
Physiome Project: A program to disseminate quantitative information and integrative models of the functional behavior of organelles, cells, tissues, organs, and organisms. See also: http://www.physiome.org.nz/
Free Modeling Software
Global identifiability analysis software: firstname.lastname@example.org
Web pages for performing statistical calculations maintained by Dr. John Pezzullo, Georgetown University Medical Center
WinSAAM: Free modeling software from NIH.
XSIM software for modeling circulatory mass transport and exchange, National Simulation Resource
BioInformatics: A site managed by Dr. Robert Phair that includes information on kinetic meetings.
Metabolic Modeling Services, Ltd. For short-term courses on modeling, or modeling expertise
National Simulation Resource, Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington
Resource Facility for Kinetic Analysis, Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington
ACSL (Advanced Continuous Simulation Language) modeling software developed by MGA.
Biological Simulators, Inc QCP, Simulation software for education and research.
Entelos. Computer-based disease simulation models.
Matlab Simulation software from The MathWorks
Mathematica Software developed by Wolfram Research
MLAB modeling software developed by Civilized Software, Inc
ModelMaker Modeling software available from Cherwell Scientific
NonMem Nonlinear mixed effect modeling
SAAMII Software developed by the SAAM Institute
Scientist Software developed by MicroMath Scientific Software
STATA Statistical software from Stata Corporation
STELLA Software developed by High Performance Systems, Inc.
WinNonLin, from Scientific Consulting/Pharsight, Inc.
Biomedical Engineering Society
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
Soceity for Mathematical Biology