I had no idea in what forum to post this, so tell me if I have to re-post it another place:
I'm interested in physiology (human, just to specify), and I'm planning to do an undergrad in that.
I am fascinated, so far, by calculus courses that I'm taking, and (despite my struggle with the limits - I will improve on that) I am wondering - pretty sure the combination of those two fields(physiology and math) should be so much more interesting.
My question is (since I am quite in an incipient form of my intelectual development and far from understanding the whole picture, the interrellation between them) how far the applied math is going hand-in-hand with physiology?
What aspects of math, from a mathematician's point of view, are more important for one that is planning an undergrad in physiology?
Grateful for your answers, as usually