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

# Category Archives: work

# 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.

# Annual Meeting of the Iquitos, Peru dengue project

Annual meeting of the P01 group in Iquitos, Peru

# SIAM Dynamical Systems meeting at Snowbird, UT

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!

# Dengue Project Meeting at Emory

NIH P01 project meeting at Emory (April 2nd/3rd) with Gonzalo Vazquez-Prokopec, Uriel Kitron, Lance Waller and Alex Perkins.

# Two Open Postdoc Positions

Two open postdoc positions. See Epidemiological Modeler and Population Genetics Modeler.

Update: both positions are now filled.

# Epidemiological Modeling Review Paper in Science

Review paper from the 2013 and 2014 Newton Institute Infectious Disease Dynamics Workshop appears in Science. Heesterbeek et al. DOI: 10.1126/science.aaa4339

# RAPIDD Meeting on Control of Mosquito Borne Infections, University of Notre Dame

Alex Perkins’ RAPIDD workshop on modeling control measures aimed at mosquito-borne diseases, University of Notre Dame, March 12-13.

# Biomath Visit 2015

Potential biomath students visiting us at NC State.

# Joint Mathematics Meetings

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.