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see course webpages for
MA/BIO 337 and MA 481G below.
MA 337 and BIO 337
Mathematical Modeling in the Life Sciences
PhD, Department of Mathematics, University of Florida
Mathematical Biology, including...
-Modeling disease dynamics at multiple scales, erythropoiesis, mosquito population dynamics
-Determining implications of heterogeneity in population dynamics
-Determining optimal strategies for disease control
-Applied differential equations
-Parameter estimation in dynamic models
Some recent publications (for full list, see CV):
S. DebRoy, O. Prosper, A. Mishoe, and A. Mubayi. Challenges in Modeling Complexity of Neglected Tropical Diseases: Assessment of Visceral Leishmaniasis Dynamics in Resource Limited Settings, Emerging themes in epidemiology, 14(1) (2017) p. 10.
L. Childs and O. Prosper. Simulating Within-Vector Generation of
the Malaria Parasite Diversity. PLoS ONE, 12(5) (2017) e0177941.
C.N. Ngonghala, J. Mohammed-Awel, R. Zhao and
O. Prosper. Interplay between insecticide-treated bed-nets and
mosquito demography: implications for malaria control. Journal of
Theoretical Biology, 397 (2016) p. 179-192.