Current research interests at the SDSU-DiMoLab 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. Our focus is to study within-host and between-hosts dynamics of infectious diseases such as HIV, influenza, dengue fever, malaria, Zika, tuberculosis, hepatitis, and typhoid. In our lab, we develop various mathematical and computational models as well as techniques for anlayzing these models in order to answer underlying biological and biomedical questions related to the complex dynamics of infectious diseases.
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