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Cameron Browne

Cameron Browne
Assistant Professor
Applied Mathematics

412 Maxim Doucet Hall

Ph.D. 2012 University of Florida
M.S. 2011 University of Florida
B.S. 2007 University of Florida

My research interests are in Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Modeling, Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems. In particular, my current work focuses on application of differential equations and dynamical systems to modeling population dynamics and evolution of infectious diseases, both within-host and between-host.

Selected research publications:

  • A Model of the Ebola Epidemics in West Africa Incorporating Age of Infection (with G. Webb), Journal of Biological Dynamics, (2015), DOI 10.1080/17513758.2015.1090632
  • Modeling Contact Tracing in Outbreaks with Application to Ebola (with H. Gulbudak and G. Webb), Journal of Theoretical Biology, (2015), DOI 10.1016/j.jtbi.2015.08.004.
  • A model of the 2014 Ebola epidemic in West Africa with contact tracing (with G. Webb, X. Huo, O. Seydi, M. Seydi, and P. Magal), PLoS Currents, 7 (2015).
  • A Nosocomial Epidemic Model with Infection of Patients Due to Contaminated Rooms (with G. Webb), Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering, 12 (2015), 761--787.
  • A Multi-Strain Virus Model with Infected Cell Age Structure: Application to HIV. Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications, 22 (2015), 354--372.
  • From regional pulse vaccination to global disease eradication: insights from a mathematical model of poliomyelitis (with L. Bourouiba, and R. Smith), Journal of Mathematical Biology, 71 (2015), 215--253.
  • Global Analysis of Age-Structured Within-Host Virus Model (with S. Pilyugin), Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems - B, 18 (2013), 1999--2017.
  • Periodic Multidrug Therapy in a Within-Host Virus Model (with S. Pilyugin), Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 74 (2012), 562--589.