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Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Reemerging Infectious Diseases : Models, Methods, and Theory - Carlos Castillo-Chavez

Mathematical Approaches for Emerging and Reemerging Infectious Diseases

Models, Methods, and Theory

By: Carlos Castillo-Chavez (Editor), Dawn BIes (Editor), Pauline Van De Driessche (Editor), Sally Blower (Editor), Denise Kirschner (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 2nd May 2002
ISBN: 9780387953557
Number Of Pages: 377

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This book grew out of the discussions and presentations that began during the Workshop on Emerging and Reemerging Diseases (May 17-21, 1999) sponsored by the Institute for Mathematics and its Application (IMA) at the University of Minnesota with the support of NIH and NSF. The workshop started with a two-day tutorial session directed at ecologists, epidemiologists, immunologists, mathematicians, and scientists interested in the study of disease dynamics. The core of this second volume, Volume 126, covers research contributions on the use of dynamical systems (deterministic discrete, delay, PDEs, and ODEs models) and stochastic models in disease dynamics. Contributions motivated by the study of diseases like influenza, HIV, tuberculosis, and macroparasitic like schistosomiasis are also included. This second volume requires additional mathematical sophistication, and graduate students in applied mathematics, scientists in the natural, social, and health sciences, or mathematicians who want to enter the field of mathematical and theoretical epidemiology will find it useful. The collection of contributors includes many who have been in the forefront of the development of the subject.

From the reviews:

"This two-volume set is based on a week-long workshop sponsored by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (the IMA) and held at the University of Minnesota in May 1999. ... There is a lot of valuable work in this two-volume set which could meet the intended aim of introducing people to research-level mathematical epidemiology." (Geoff Aldis, UK Nonlinear News, November 2002)

New directions in the mathematics of infectious diseases
Fred Brauer
Kenneth Cooke
Maximal prevalence and the basic reproduction number in simple epidemics
The transition through stages with arbitrary length distributions, and applications in epidemics
Measles outbreaks are not chaotic
Epidemics among a population of households
Infection transmission dynamics and vaccination program effectiveness as a function of vaccine effects in individuals
The influence of different forms of cross-protective immunity on the population dynamics of antigenetically diverse pathogens
Dynamics of multiple strains of infectious agents coupled by cross-immunity
Virulence evolution in macro-parasites
Mathematical models for schistosomiasis with delays and multiple definitive hosts
Infectious disease models with chronological age structure and epidemiological age structure
Effects of genetic heterogeneity on HIV transmission in homosexual populations
Age-structured core group model and its impact on STD dynamics
Global dynamics of tuberculosis models with density dependent demography
Global stability in some SEIR epidemic models
The global stability analysis for an SIS model with age and infection age structures
Endemic threshold and stability in an evolutionary epidemic model
Epilogue
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ISBN: 9780387953557
ISBN-10: 0387953558
Series: The IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 377
Published: 2nd May 2002
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.75