Products for NIMBioS Working Group
Okuneye K, Gumel AB. 2017. Analysis of a temperature- and rainfall-dependent model for malaria transmission dynamics. Mathematical Biosciences. 287: 72. [Online]
Agusto FB, Gumel AB, Parham PE .2015. Qualitative assessment of the role of temperature variations on malaria transmission dynamics. Journal of Biological Systems. 23(4): 1-34.
Carvalho BM, Rangel EF, ReadyPD, Vale,MM 2015. Ecological niche modelling predicts southward expansion of Lutzomyia (Nyssomyia) flaviscutellata (Diptera: Psychodidae:Phlebotominae), vector of Leishmania (Leishmania) amazonensis in South America, under climate change. PLoSONE. 10(11):e0143282.doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0143282.
- Egizi A, Fefferman NH, Fonseca DM. 2015. Evidence that implicit assumptions of 'no evolution' of disease vectors in changing environments can be violated on a rapid timescale. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370(1665):20140136. [Online]
Levi T, Keesing F, Oggenfuss K, Ostfeld RS. 2015. Accelerated phenology of blacklegged ticks under climate warming. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B. 370 20130556.
Mickens R. 2016. Mathematical and numerical comparisons of five single-population growth models. Journal of Biological Dynamics, 10(1): 95-103. [Online]
- Parham PE, Waldock J, Christophides GK, Hemming D, Augsto F, Evans KJ, Fefferman N, Gaff H, Gumel A, LaDeau S, Lenhart S, Mickens RE, Naumova EN, Ostfeld RS, Ready PD, Thomas MB, Velasco-Hernandez J, Michael E. 2015. Climate, environmental and socio-economic change: Weighing up the balance in vector-borne disease transmission. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 370 (1665). [Online]
Models, Data & Software
Egizi A, Fefferman NH, Fonseca DM. 2015. Data from: Evidence that implicit assumptions of ‘no evolution’ of disease vectors in changing environments can be violated on a rapid timescale. Dryad Digital Repository. [Online]
Ehrlich H, Koch M, Mor S, Naumova EN. March 2015. Mapping the potential transmission of dengue in Australia. Proceedings of the 3rd OneHealth Congress, The Netherlands.
Ehrlich H. 2014. Research Project: Mapping the vector suitable habitat of dengue in Australia. Course Work, Tufts University. Mentor: Elena Naumova.
1122 Volunteer Blvd., Suite 106
University of Tennessee
PH: (865) 974-9334
FAX: (865) 974-9300
NIMBioS is sponsored by the
National Science Foundation
through NSF Award #DBI-1300426, with additional support from
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
©2008-2018 National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis. All rights reserved.