Mathematical Epidemiology I: Deterministic Models

Introduction to the modeling process in epidemiology, SIR Model with Demographics, Vector-borne Diseases, Techniques for R0 Calculation, Fitting Models to Data, Analysis of Epidemic Models (Global Stability), Dynamics of Diseases with Multiple Strains, Control Strategies, Models Structured by Age Classes, ImmunoEpidemiological Models, Epidemiological Models with Spatial Heterogeneity, Discrete Epidemiological Models.

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Mandatory Bibliography:

  • Martcheva M. An Introduction to Mathematical Epidemiology. Springer, 2010;
  • Vynnycky E. and White R. AN Introduction to Infectious Diseases Modelling. Oxford University Press, 2010;
  • Bailey N.T. The Mathematical Theory of Infectious Diseases. Charles Griffin & Company, 1975;
  • Frauenthal J.C. Mathematical Modeling in Epidemioloy. Springer, 1980.