I am honored to have been appointed Drexel Professor of Mathematics by my College, in recognition of research accomplishments and contributions to graduate education and training. This would not have been possible without contributions and encouragement from so many wonderful collaborators, postdocs, students, mentors and colleagues over the years, or without the support of the broader NC State biomath family. Thank you all!

# Category Archives: work

# Lloyd Group at BugFest!

Our group makes an appearance at BugFest Raleigh 2016! Graduate students Brandon Hollingsworth and Michael Vella, together with Alun Lloyd, helped man the Mosquitoes exhibit run by Michael Reiskind‘s group.

# Research and seminar visit to Emory University

Visit to Emory to work with Gonzalo Vazquez-Prokopec and to give a seminar to the PBEE program.

# New paper: On the Seasonal Occurrence and Abundance of the Zika Virus Vector Mosquito Aedes aegypti in the Contiguous United States

New paper by Andy Monaghan, discussing the spatiotemporal distribution of Aedes aegypti in the continental US.

# New paper: Combined control strategies against vector-borne infections

Kenichi Okamoto’s paper on combined control strategies against vector-borne infections appears in PLoS Computational Biology.

# EPA Scientific and Technological Achievement Award: Congratulations to Miyuki Breen, Dan Villeneuve and the team

A pair of papers with lead authors Dan Villeneuve (EPA, Duluth, MN) and my former student Miyuki Breen were acknowledged with a 2015 Scientific and Technological Achievement Award (Level III) from the Environmental Protection Agency. Congratulations all around!

(1) Villeneuve, D. et al., Developing Predictive Approaches to Characterize Adaptive Responses of the Reproductive Endocrine Axis to Aromatase Inhibition: I. Data Generation in a Small Fish Model. Toxicological Sciences, 133(2):225-233 (2013)

(2) Breen, M. et al., Developing Predictive Approaches to Characterize Adaptive Responses of the Reproductive Endocrine Axis to Aromatase Inhibition: II. Computational Modeling. Toxicological Sciences, 133(2):234-247 (2013)

# UNISA/UP Workshop on Mathematical Epidemiology

In South Africa for the UNISA/UP Workshop on Mathematical Epidemiology. Giving three talks: Stochastic Models, Parameter Estimation and Sensitivity Analysis, Uncertainty in Model Predictions.

# MBI 2015 Undergraduate Capstone Conference

A day trip to the 2015 Undergraduate Capstone Conference at the Mathematical Biosciences Institute at The Ohio State University.

# Tim Antonelli defends his PhD

Tim Antonelli successfully defends his PhD dissertation on Wolbachia and Aedes aegypti dynamics. Tim now heads for a faculty position at Worcester State University.

# Biomath 2015 Conference, University of Pretoria, South Africa

Keynote talk on “Modeling Combined Dengue Control Strategies” at the Biomath 2015 conference, University of Pretoria, South Africa.