Daily Schedules


Sunday, May 19, 2019

Registration:  5:00 pm.-7:00 pm.; Outside the Commodore Ballroom  

Monday, May 20, 2019

7:30 a.m. Registration outside Commodore Ballroom
8:00 am

Opening Remarks: State Room C

Ata Sarajedini, Dean, Charles E. Schmidt College of Science

Rainer Steinwandt, Chair, Department of Mathematical Sciences

8:30 a.m. Plenary speaker: Suzanne Lenhart  State Room C

Investigating two data-driven models with mosquito-borne diseases

9:30 a.m. COFFEE (Harbour Lights)
10:00 a.m. Mini-symposium presentations
  State Room B      State Room D      Seafarer      Mariner      Clipper     
  MS 6 MS 12 MS 21 MS 20 MS 17
10:00 a.m. 1. Libin Rong
Modeling HIV cell-to-cell transmission
1. Vrushali Bokil
Optimal Control of a Vectored Plant disease model for a crop with continuous replanting, roguing and intsecticide spray
1.  Annabel Meade
Population Model for the Decline of Homalodisca vitripennis (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) Over a Ten-year Period
1. Kang-Ling Liao
Data driven modeling of G protein signaling in plant cells
1. Toshiyuki Namba
Intraguild prey may not become extinct in highly productive environments
10:30 a.m. 2. Paul Salceanu
Persistence of chronically infecting bacteriophage in a host sytem
2. Brady Bowen
Density dependence in vector influences coinfection in plant pathogens
2. Celia Schacht 
A Mathematical Model to Determine T-cell Behavior with Cancer Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) Therapies
2. Weitao Chen
Data-driven multiscale mathematical models of signaling in the maintanance of transcription factor distribution in stem cell homeostasis
2. Shinji Nakaoka
Derivation of potential energy function for cell survival from an age-structured population model
11:00 a.m. 3. Daniel Munther
Advancing risk assessment: mechanistic dose-response modeling of Listeria monocytogens infection in human populations
3. Cheryl Briggs
When chytrid fungus invades: Integrating theory and data to understand disease-induced amphibian declines
3. John Banks 
Effects of Field Spatial Scale and Predator Colonization Behavior on Pest Suppression in an Agroecosystem: A Modelling Approach
3. Yukihiko Nakata
Stability analysis of an epidemic model with boosting of immunity
11:30 p.m. 4. Sophia Jang
Modeling Pancreatic Cancer Dynamics with Immunotherapy
4. Ludovic Mailleret 
A demo-genetic model of root-knot nematod dynamics with applications to optimal deployment of plant resistance
4. Heiko Enderling
Population Carrying Capacity as Patient-specific Biomarker for Cancer Radiotherapy
4. Wing Cheong Lo
Modeling cell polarization in budding yeast
4. Sourav Kumar Sasmal
Adaptive immunity and antibody-dependent enhancement in dengue secondary infection
12:00 p.m. Lunch (on your own)
2:30 p.m.

Plenary Speaker: Marco Tulio-Angulo   State Room C

Controlling complex microbial communities

3:30 p.m. COFFEE
4:00 p.m. Mini-Symposium presentations
  State Room B State Room D Seafarer Mariner Clipper
  MS 6 MS 12 MS 15 MS 20 Contributed Talks 1-Vector-borne diseases
4:00 p.m. 1. David Gurarie
Immune selection and evolution of multi-strain malaria quasi-species
1. Blessing Emerenini
Mathematical model and optimal control of the transmission dynamics of Avian Spirochaetosis
1. Priyanga Amarasekare
Effects of climate warming on consumer-resourse interactions.
1. Stephanie Portet
Deciphering the transport of intermediate filaments by motor proteins
1. Mugdha Thakur
Evaluating the role of treatment interruptions and non-adherencce on the transmission dynamics of visceral Leishmaniasis in Indian subcontinent


4:30 p.m. 2. Naveen Vaidya
Role of the immune status of infected individuals on

the transmission dynamics of HIV: From within-host
to between-hosts models

2. Andrei Akhmetzanov
Lassa fever incidence in humans and rodents: unified modelling framework of two populations
2. Valerie Livina
Tipping point analysis for modeling and forecasting geophysical data
2. Diana White
Modeling microtubule dynamic instability: microtubule growth, shortening and pausing
2. Shane Welker
A novel multi-scale immuno-epidemiological model of visceral Leishmaniasis in dogs


5:00 p.m. 3. Andrew Nevai
A mathematical model for the population dynamics of

feral cats and the spread of feline leukemia

3. Youcef Mammeri 
Spatally explicit models of fungal growing plant lesions from imaging data
3. Harsh Jain
Overcaming chemotherapy resistance in glioblastomas via cell-repair inhibition


5:30 p.m. 4. Zhisheng Shuai
Target reproduction numbers: A general framework for threshold parameters in epidemiological models
4. Carrie Manore 
Mosquito model with waterways and temperature-dependent population dynamics
4. Sergei Petrovskii
Global warming can lead to global anoxia and mass extinction by disturbing oxygen production in oceans
4. 4. Peter Rashkov
Time-scale separation in a minimal model for a vector-borne disease
6:30 p.m. CMPD5 Poster Session: Grande View
7:00 p.m. Reception: Grande View


Tuesday, May 21, 2019

8:00 a.m. Registration outside Commodore Ballroom
8:30 a.m. Plenary speaker: Linda Allen       State Room C

The Impact of Demographic and Environmental Variability on Disease Emergence in Stochastic Epidemic Models

9:30 a.m. COFFEE
10:00 a.m. Mini-symposium presentations
  State Room B      State Room D      Seafarer      Mariner      Clipper     
  MS 4 MS 16 MS 11 Contributed Talks 2 -General epidemic models MS 13
10:00 a.m. 1. Daniel Maxin
Reduced fertility and asymptotics in a logistic two-sex model with age groups
1. Olivia Prosper
Qantifying heterogeneity in within-mosquito malaria parasite dynamics
1. Elena Braverman
Stabilization of unstable and chaotic models of population dynamics by target oriented and stochastic control
1. Celeste Vallejo
The effect of small and unvaccinated subpopulations on polio elimination
1. Heiko Enderling
Mathematical modeling of tumor-immune interactions and immunological consequences of radiotherapy
10:30 a.m. 2. Hisashi Inaba
An age-structured epidemic model for the demographic transition
2. Folashade Agusto
Optimal control and temperatue variations of malaria transmission dynamics
2. Jim Cushing
Does evolution favor a semelparity-annual or an iteroparous-perennial life history strategy?
2. Jesse Kreger
Effect of cell-to-cell transmission on HIV recombination dynamics
11:00 a.m. 3. Oscar Angulo
The age-structured population model with infinite life span: a numerical approach
3. Omar Saucedo
Comparing the eulerian and lagrangian spatial models for vector-borne disease dynamics
3. Arkadi Ponossov
Stochastically perturbed gene regulatory networks
3. Eduardo Ibarguen Mondragon
Modeling on bacterial resistance to antibiotics caused by mutations and plasmids
3. Renee Brady
Optimizing docetaxel scheduling to delay progression in metastatic prostate cancer patients receiving hormone therapy
11:30 p.m. 4. Laurentiu Sega
A generalized two-sex logic model
4. Hayriye Gulbudak
Modeling within-vector viral kinetics in a multi-scale vector-host model
4. Sabrina Streipert
Risk sensitivity in Beverton-Holt fishery with multiplicative harvest
4. Tricia Phillips
Modeling the heroin epidemic
4. Daniel Bergman
Multiscale modeling of the competing roles of the immune system in EMT-Mediated cancer
12:00 p.m. Lunch (on your own)
2:30 p.m.

Plenary Speaker: Joydev Chattopadhyay      State Room C

Understanding dengue transmission dynamics through mathematical models

3:30 p.m. COFFEE
4:00 p.m. Mini-symposium presentations
  State Room B State Room D Seafarer Mariner  Clipper
  MS 16 MS 14 MS 12 MS 4 MS 13
4:00 p.m. 1. Lauren Childs
Modeling the waning and boosting of immunity of pertussis under natural infection and vaccination
1. Fred Brauer
A singular perturbation approach to vector-borne epidemic models
1. Frederic Grognard
Taking advantage of pathogen diversity and plant immunity to minimize disease prevalence
1. Loic Louison
Optimal control of size-structured population in tropical forest management
1. Marek Kimmel
Estimation of mutation, drift, and selection in single-driver hematologic malignancy
4:30 p.m. 2. Michael Robert
Climate and vector-borne disease: investigating drivers of dengue emergence in Cordoba, Argentina
2. Hongbin Guo
Global Stability for epdimiological models with multiple stage structures and multiple age structure


2. Yves Dumont
On strategies to control vectors or pests by the sterile insect technique: some perspectives from mathematical modeling


5:00 p.m. 3. Carrie Manore
Model-data fusion for mosquito-borne disease
3. Xi Huo
A conceptual model for optimizing dengue vaccine coverage
3. Ricardo Reyes Grimaldo 
An extended Ross-Macdonald model for Malaria incorporating vector demography
3. Elissa Schwartz
Modeling the renal disease epidemic among HIV-infected individuals
3. Joanna Wares
Toward individualizing cancer treatment: Oncolytic viruses combined with dendritic cell injections
5:30 p.m. 4. Miranda Teboh-Ewungkem
Within-host malaria parasite dynamics- A mathematical study
4. Jing Chen
Analysis of Dengue model with vertical transmission
4. Karen Garrett 
Multilayer network modeling of socio-ecological systems: Analyses to inform management strategies
4. Enahoro Iboi
Mathematical assessment of impact of sterile insect technology on abundance of malaria mosquitoes

4. Lora Weiss
Determining the presence of stem cell enrichment in tumors


Wednesday, May 22, 2019

8:00 a.m. Registration outside Commodore Ballroom
8:30 a.m.

Plenary speaker: Sebastien Lion        State Room C

Evolution in structured populations

9:30 a.m. COFFEE
10:00 a.m. Mini-symposium presentations
  State Room B      State Room D      Seafarer      Mariner      Clipper      
  MS 10 MS 14 MS 9 Contributed Talks 3-Discrete equations MS 5
10:00 a.m. 1. Naveen Vaidya
Modeling intracellular delay in within-host HIV dynamics under conditionaning of drugs of abuse
1. Pauline van den Driessche
Demographic population cycles and R_0 in discrete-time epidemic models
1. Jessica Conway
Predicting the on-demand PrEP strategies effectively reduce HIV risk
1. Morganne Igoe
A discrete age structured model of hantavirus in a rodent reservoir in Paraguay
1. Rebecca Tyson
Dengue serotypes: a network model for competition and coexistence in Rio de Janeiro
10:30 a.m. 2.
2. Xueying Wang
Traveling waves for a class of diffusive disease-transmission models with network structures
2. Jane Heffernan
Examining HIV progression mechansims via mathematical approaches
2. Frank Hilker
A very simple discrete-time SI model leads to sustained multi-generational population cycles
2. Celia Anteneodo
Survival and fragmentation of single species population
11:00 a.m. 3. Juan Gutierrez
One or many models? Modeling infectious disease across scales
3. Gail Wolkowicz
Pest control by generalist parasitoids
3. Cameron Browne
Resonance of periodic combination antiviral therapy and intracellular delays in virus model
3. Anuraj Singh
Bifurcation and chaos in a nonlinear dynamicsl system
3.  Joseph Bailey
Modeling the efficiency of animal movement strategies
11:30 p.m. 4. Anna Jolles
Within-host processes to population-level disease dynamics: Foot-and-mouth disease in African buffalo
4. Julien Arino 
Global aspects in vaccination
4. Chang-Yuan Cheng
Effect of a within-host heterogeneous environment on viral dynamics and drug efficacy
4. Irina Vortkamp
Multiple attractor and long transient in matapopulations with Alee effect
4. Alexandre Martinez
Stochastic epidemic models: from finite size corrections to Hamiltonian formulations
12:00 p.m. Lunch (on your own)
2:30 p.m.

Plenary Speaker: Rebecca Tyson       State Room C

Rethinking the predator-prey relationship

3:30 p.m. COFFEE
4:00 p.m. Mini-symposium presentations
  State Room B State Room D Seafarer Mariner  Clipper
  MS 19 MS 9 Contributed Talks 4-Stochastic models Contributed Talks 5-Predator-prey and socio-economic MS 5
4:00 p.m. 1. Rana Parshad
The role of "additional food" in pest and invasive species control
1. Naveen Vaidya
Modeling HIV-1 infection in the brain
1. Kantz Fatema Nipa
The effect of demographic variability, environmental variability, and periodic fluctuations in stoachastic epidemic models
1. Md Nazmul Hassan
Seasonal effect on predator-prey model under elemental constraints
4:30 p.m. 2. Aladeen Basheer
The effect of additional food in Holling Tanner type models
2. Ryan Nikin-Beers
Unraveling within-host signatures of dengue infection at the population level
2. Aadrita Nandi 
Stochastic model of emerging and re-emerging diseases in heteregenous populations
2. Evan Haskell
Nonconstant positive steady states and pattern formation of a two competing species with common predator model incorporating prey-taxis
2.  Pierra-Alexandra Bliman
Establishing traveling wave in bistable reaction-diffusion system by feedback
5:00 p.m. 3. Sashika Sureni Wickramsooriya
Biological control via alternative food to predator
3. Mingwang Shen
Conflict and accord of optima treatment strategies for HIV infection within and between hosts
3. Yoram Louzoun
Fluctuations-induced coexistence in public goods dynamics
3. Matthew W. Adamson 
Cycles in social-ecological systems are amplified by delays in eco-system state knowledge and dampened by farsighted socioeconomic decision making
3.  Sergio Miniz Olivia Filho
Singularly perturbed non-local diffusion systems applied to disease models
5:30 p.m. 4. Matthew Beauregard
Biological modeling through machine learning
4.  4.  Evan Milliken
The mean time to extinction in stochastic models of population dynamics
4. T. Anthony Sun
Models of socio-ecological systems the example of eutrophication
4.  Nourridine Siewe
Should wildflowers be planted in blueberry fields?
7:00 p.m.  Banquet: Grande View


Thursday, May 23, 2019

8:00 a.m. Registration outside Commodore Ballroom
8:30 a.m.

Plenary speaker:  Maia Martcheva        State Room C

Modeling Zika

9:30 a.m. COFFEE
10:00 a.m. Mini-symposium presentations
  State Room B      State Room D      Seafarer      Mariner      Clipper      
  MS 6 MS 3 MS 1 MS 19 MS 7
10:00 a.m. 1. Keng Deng
Asymptotic behavior of an SIR reaction-diffsuion model with a linear source
1. Andrea Pugliese
Pathogen evolution after vaccination in

immuno-epidemiological models

1. Christopher Kribs
Decoys and dilution: the impact of incompetent hosts on prevalence of Chagas disease
1. Swati Patel
The build up of genetic variation

1. Hiroshi Nishiura
Quantifying the next generation matrix of rubella in real time
10:30 a.m. 2. Qimin Huang
Modeling the Effect of Antibiotic Exposure on the Transmission of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in Hospitals with Environmental Contamination
2. Mary Bushman
Coinfections and evolutionary emergence of novel infectious diseases
2. Lauren Childs
Modeling novel strategies to block Malaria transmission: Stopping Plasmodium parasites within the mosquito
2. Erik Takyi
Analysis of the effects of cannibalism on the trojan Y-Chromosome eradication strategy of invasive species
2. Ryo Kinoshita
Trends in infectious disease mortality in Japan, 1946-2015
11:00 a.m. 3. Wenjing Zhang
Global Stability and Bifurcation Analysis in a Cholera

model with a Poisson Process in Pathogen-host Encounter

3.  Megan Greischar
Variable vectors and expanding epidemics: how ecology across scales influences parasite strategies within the host
3. Olivia Prosper
Intermittent preventive treatment and the spread of drug resistant Malaria
3. Jingjing Lyu
A comparison of the trojan Y chromosome strategy to harvesting models for eradication of non-native species
3. Hyojung Lee
Sexual transmission and the probability of an end of the Ebola virus disease epidemic
11:30 a.m. 4. David Gurarie
Population biology of Schistosoma, its control and elimination. Insights from data analysis, modeling and computation
4.  Hayriye Gulbudak
Two-strain multi-scale dengue model structured by dynamic host antibody level
4. Swati Debroy
Challenges in modeling neglected tropical diseases: Underreporting of Leishmaniasis in Bihar, India
4.  Xueying Wang
Analysis and Control Trojan Y Chromosome strategy of an invasive species
4. Sungmok Jung
The impact of pneumococcal vaccination on pneumonia mortality among elderly in Japan: a difference-in-difference study
12:00 p.m. Lunch (on your own)
2:30 p.m.

Plenary Speaker:  Nicolas Bacaër    State Room C

Some population models in varying environments

3:30 p.m. COFFEE
4:00 p.m.  
  State Room B State Room D Seafarer Mariner Clipper 
  MS 6 MS 3 MS 2 MS 19 Contributed Talks 6-Optimal control
4:00 p.m. 1. Xiaomei Feng
Modelling and Analyzing Virus Mutation Dynamics of Chikungunya Outbreaks
1. Jane Heffernan
Measles and immunity distributions
1. Mondal Hasan Zahid
Ebola: Impact of hospitals admission policy in an overwhelmed scenario
1. Jonathan Martin
Modeling the growth and sustainable control of invasive Eurasion Watermilfoil
1. Summer Atkins
Penalization of singular control systems


4:30 p.m. 2. Hao Kang
Nonlinear Age-Structured Population Dynamics with

Non-local Diffusion

2. David Kennedy
Effects of multiple sources of genetic drift on pathogen variation within hosts
2.  Omomayowa Olawoyin
Effect of multiple transmission pathways on Zika dynamics
2. Linda Auker
Didemnum vexillum: a case study in the impact of an invader on native mussel populations
2.  Frederic Grognard
Modeling, control and optimization for tropical agriculture


5:00 p.m. 3. Jordi Ripoll
Numerical implementation of R0 in population dynamics
3. Pengxing Cao
Quantifying the gametocyte kinetics in P. falciparum-infected humans based on data from a malaria human infection study

3. Md. Raful Islam 
Identifying the dominant transmission pathway in a multi-stage infection model of the emerging fungal pathogen Batrachochytrium Salamandrivorans on the Eastern Newt 

3.Sarah Boon
Analysis of Trojan Y-Chromosome Eradication Strategy

5:30 p.m. 4. Heather Berringer
Phase-locking behaviour and Lyapunov exponents in brain networks of epileptic patients
4.  4. Buddhi Pantha
Modeling Transmission Dynamics of Rabies in Nepal 

4. Kwando Antwi-Fordjour
Global dynamics of stochastic predator-prey model with mutual interference and prey defense

4. Sergey Berg
A comparison of the multinomial likelihood and chi-square approaches to statistical population reconstruction


Friday, May 24, 2019

8:00 a.m. Registration outside Commodore Ballroom
8:30 a.m.

Plenary speaker: Shigui Ruan        State Room C

Modeling the Transmission Dynamics of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria

9:30 a.m. COFFEE
10:00 a.m. Mini-symposium presentations
  State Room B      State Room D      Seafarer      Mariner       Clipper     
  MS 8 Contributed Talks 7- Stoichiometry and Plankton MS 15 MS 18 Contributed Talks 8- Ecology
10:00 a.m. 1. Andrei R. Akhmetzhanov
Quantifying the transmission dynamics of diphtheria outbreak among refugees
1. 1. Swati Patel
Stability and persistence of populations with environmental feedbacks
1. Michael Robert
Investigating the influence of density-dependent development of Aedes aegypti on Wolbachia-based control programs
1. Natalia Petrovskaya
Patches, ducks, and kaleidoscopes: a comparative study of spatial patterns in the problem of biological invasion
10:30 a.m. 2. Baoyin Yuan 
Estimating the actual importation risk of dengue virus infection among Japanese travelers
2. 2. Daniel Rothman
Earth's excitable carbon cycle
2. Jared Bennett
Simulation of genetics-based strategies for mosquito control and implications of density-dependence
2.  Luca Rossini
A physiological age model as a forecasting tool for plant protection against the tomato leaf miner Tuta absoluta
11:00 a.m. 3. Asami Anzai
Reconstructing the population dynamics of foreigners in Japan along with the age since immigration
3. Md Masud Rana
Genotypic selection in spatially heterogeneous stoichiometric producer-grazer systems
3. Ivan Sudakov
Species extinction in large populations: contribution of climate variability and feedback
3. Melody Walker
Simple functional forms to describe density dependence during aquatic mosquito development
11:30 a.m. 4. Yusuke Asai
Estimating the basic reproduction number from arrival time data
4. Lale Asik
Seasonal Variation of Nutrient Loading in a Stoichiometric Producer–Consumer System
4. 4. Zhuolin Qu
Reducing Mathematical Models for Wolbachia Transmission in Mosquitoes to Control Mosquito-borne Diseases
4. Rajbala Malik
Blood flow with non particles through stenosed arteries under the effect of magnetic field
12:00 pm Lunch on your own
2:30 pm COFFEE
  State Room B State Room D Seafarer Mariner  Clipper
  MS 7 Contributed Talks 9 Contributed Talks 10 Contributed Talks 11 Contributed Talks 12
3:00 pm

1. Kimberlyn Roosa
Assessing parameter identifiability in compartmental dynamic models using a computational approach: application to infectious disease transmission models

1. James Koopman
Inference Robustnedd and Identifiability Analysis for Infection Models

1. Cara J. Sulyok
Quantifying the Contribution of Environmental Pathways to the Transmission of Clostridioides difficile

1. Amy Veprauskas
A nonlinear continuous-time model for a semelparous species
3:30 pm

Masaya M. Saito
Estimation of the burden of influenza using surveillance and epidemiological data

Chayu Yang
Modeling the within-host dynamics of Cholera: Bacterial-Viral-Immune interaction

Hannah Thompson
A stage structured model with seasonality of hemlock wooly adelgid and two predator beetle species in the GSMNP

2. Margaret Grogan

A model for the treatment and competition of malaria
parasite strains

4:00 pm

Aurelie Akossi
On discretization algorithms for stable quantification and forecasting of infectious disease magnitudes

Peng Feng
On a 2D avascular model of glimona with weak Alee effect

Arielle Gaudiello
Impact of asymmetric movement on the spatial spread of an infectious disease

4:30 pm

Amna Tariq
Forecasting the ongoing Ebola epidemic in DRC using phenomenological growth models

Katia Vogt-Geisse
Immigration and Tuberculosis in Chile: A deterministic mathematical model

5:00 pm          


Thank you!