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Principal Investigator
                                NAVEEN K. VAIDYA, PH.D.
nvaidya@sdsu.edu | Personal website | Google Scholar

Dr. Naveen K. Vaidya is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at San Diego State University (SDSU). Before joining SDSU, he has obtained experience of assistant professorship at University of Missouri - Kansas City, and postdoctoral research at Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico and Western University, Canada. He received PhD in Applied Mathematics and M.Sc. in Industrial and Applied Mathematics from York University, Canada. He has also received M.Sc., B.Sc. and B.Ed. degrees from Tribhuvan University, Nepal. Dr. Vaidya's research interests include applied mathematics, with specific areas of interest in mathematical biology (viral dynamics and immune systems, epidemiology, and ecology), mathematical and computational modeling, differential equations, dynamical systems, optimal control, and biostatistics. Currently, his primary focus lies on developing models of infectious diseases, pathogen evolution, and their controls. He has published his research work in numerous peer-reviewed international journals.


Graduate Students
                    PETER UHL, M.S.
puhl9715@sdsu.edu

Peter Uhl is pursuing a PhD degree at the SDSU-UCI Joint Doctoral Program of the SDSU Computaional Science Research Center. Project: Modeling HIV infection under drugs of abuse.
 
                    COLIN BARKER, M.S.
ctbn9c@mail.umkc.edu

Colin Barker is pursuing a PhD degree at the University of Missouri - Kansas City. Project: Modeling HIV infection in the brain.
 
                    MICHAEL PETER, B.S.
michael_peter1@web.de

Michael Peter is pursuing a M.S degree in Applied Mathematics at San Diego State University as part of a joint Double Degree program with Ulm University in Germany. Project: Delay differential equation models for HIV infection under drugs of abuse.
 
                    KYLE LEE, B.S.
kslee@sdsu.edu

Kyle Lee is pursuing a M.S. in Statistics at San Diego State University. He earned his B.S. in Probability & Statistics at University of California, San Diego with minors in Computer Science and Finance. Project: Machine Learning Applications in Resting CD4+ T Cell Reservoirs of HIV-1
                    AILEEN NGUYEN, B.S.
nguyen.x.aileen@gmail.com

Aileen Nguyen just defended her Master's thesis in the department of maths and stats at SDSU. She is currently preparing a manuscript for submission to a peer reviewed journal. Project: Modeling Lyme disease.


Undergradaute Students
                    JILLIAN KIEFER
jillibean347@gmail.com

Jillian Kiefer is pursuing a B.S degree in Mathematics at San Diego State University. Project: Role of the environmental temperature on the evolution of avian influenza virus.
                    SHERWAN ZADA
szada@sdsu.edu

Sherwan Zada is pursuing a B.S degree in Mathematics at San Diego State University. Project: Cost effective analysis of HIV treatment as prevention.
 
                    ANGELICA BLOOMQUIST
bloomquist.angelica@gmail.com

Angelica Bloomquist is pursuing a B.S degree in Mathematics at San Diego State University. Project: Linking within-host HIV infection to the between-hosts HIV transmission dynamics.
 
                    ASHLEY SCHWARTZ
ashleyvsch@gmail.com

Ashley Schwartz is pursuing a B.S degree in Mathematics at San Diego State University. Project: Predicting the risk of HIV infection under drugs of abuse.
 
                    TIMMY LIANG
timmyl666@gmail.com

Timmy Liang is pursuing a B.S degree in Mathematics at San Diego State University. Project: Latent infection of HIV under drugs of abuse.
 
                    MAYA WEISMAN
maiewei@yahoo.com

Maya Weisman is pursuing a B.S degree in Biology at San Diego State University. Project: Effect of pharmacodynamics on the Latent infection of HIV dynamics with two viral strains.

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Last updated: August 31, 2018. Thank You!