Tim Antonelli successfully defends his PhD dissertation on Wolbachia and Aedes aegypti dynamics. Tim now heads for a faculty position at Worcester State University.
Keynote talk on “Modeling Combined Dengue Control Strategies” at the Biomath 2015 conference, University of Pretoria, South Africa.
Annual meeting of the P01 group in Iquitos, Peru
Giving a talk in minisymposium on Advances in Modeling Virus Dynamics, organized by Jessica Conway, at SIAM DS 15. Always good to be at Snowbird!
NIH P01 project meeting at Emory (April 2nd/3rd) with Gonzalo Vazquez-Prokopec, Uriel Kitron, Lance Waller and Alex Perkins.
Review paper from the 2013 and 2014 Newton Institute Infectious Disease Dynamics Workshop appears in Science. Heesterbeek et al. DOI: 10.1126/science.aaa4339
Alex Perkins’ RAPIDD workshop on modeling control measures aimed at mosquito-borne diseases, University of Notre Dame, March 12-13.
Potential biomath students visiting us at NC State.
At the Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Antonio Texas. Great to meet a number of potential future members of the biomath grad program and the mathematical biology/parameter estimation research training group (RTG)! Particularly impressed by the MAA undergraduate research poster session and the great work done by the many presenters there.