Rohani Lab

Population Biology of Infectious Diseases

Daily Archives: December 4, 2014

SIAM nuggets feature

Felicia’s paper in SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics was featured in SIAM nuggets.

Riolo & Rohani (2015; PNAS)

The manuscript by Riolo & Rohani on effective pertussis booster vaccination schedule is accepted for publication in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA.

Host-Parasitoids, again!

A paper by Riolo, Rohani & Hunter on the host-parasitoid population dynamics consequences of variation in plant quality is accepted in Oikos.

October 2014

More good news for Maria Riolo as she is awarded a Complex Systems postdoctoral research fellowship by the James S. McDonnell Foundation — congrats Maria!

September 2014

Pej attended a workshop at the White House on developing predictive models of dengue transmission.

August 2014

Many congratulations to Maria Riolo, who successfully defended her PhD dissertation in Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics! She will be joining the Pascual lab for a postdoc.

August 2014

Our paper, written with lab alumnus Benjamin Roche and collaborators John Drake, David Stallknecht and Trevor Bedford, on the drivers of avian influenza virus genetic diversity was published in PLoS Biology.

August 2014

Kevin Bakker presented his research on the latitudinal gradients in infectious disease seasonality at the annual Ecological Society of America meeting in Sacramento.

June 2014

The Rohani lab welcomes Veronika Bernhauerova, from the Czech Republic, who will be visiting for the next 3 months.

May 2014

Pej received a collegiate chair by the College of Literature, Sciences and the Arts at the University of Michigan. The chair will be named after Pearl L. Kendrick, in recognition of her groundbreaking work on pertussis epidemiology and vaccine development.