Hello all! I am new to the forums and I am not exactly sure if this is the right place to post this question. I am currently interested in nonlinear dynamics and a professor had suggestion that I look into biophysics as well. I know almost nothing about biophysics and I am looking for a general book that covers the basics. Does anyone have any suggestions on authors? As for my level, I have completed my bachelors degree in physics and mathematics and am currently in a math PhD program looking to get back into a physics program. I will have next year off to study for physics GREs, reapply to programs (fun...) and I would like to spend the rest of that time looking into various research fields so I know exactly what I want to do if/when I do get into a physics program. (As for my prereqs in biology, I haven't taken bio since 2003-2004 and that was high school biology....) So any suggestions for intro biophysics books would be appreciated. Thanks!