Excitable dynamics in neural and cardiac systems


The application of mathematics, physics and engineering to medical research is continuously growing; interactions among these disciplines have become increasingly important and have contributed to an improved understanding of clinical and biological phenomena, with implications for disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment. This special issue presents examples of this synergy, with a particular focus on the investigation of cardiac and neural excitability.

Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation 86: 105275