Grad Student Working Groups on Stochastic Modeling in Infectious Disease

  • Start Date: 04/02/2007
  • End Date: 05/01/2007

University of British Columbia


Grad students from across North America will meet for one month in order to work on stochastic modeling in a number of aspects of infectious disease modeling. Following some introductory lectures, students will divide into teams and work on projects. Students will dedicate the entire month to working with their project groups.


Priscilla Greenwood, ASU/UBC
Rachel Kuske, UBC
Richard Jordan, Mount Holyoke
Fred Brauer, UBC

Sebastian von Mammen (U. Calgary)
Raquel Lopez (ASU)
Daniel Rios-Doria (ASU)
Alicia Urdapilleta (ASU)
Danielle Robbins (ASU)
Daniel Romero (ASU)
Bassidy Dembele (Howard University)
Nianping Li (Howard University)

Daily meetings: 12-3pm in WMAX 216, UBC

Project Presentations: July 30, 2007 (Time TBA)

This workshop is an activity of the PIMS Collaborative Research Group on Mathematical Modeling and Computation in Biology.