Call for Papers
Paper Submission
Technical Program
Invited Speakers
Mathematics and Informatics
for Public Health

May 7-12, 2014 Tianjin, China

MIPH2014 Invited Speakers

Name Institute or Organization Title or Topic
Julien Arino University of Manitoba Mathematical modelling to connect disease surveillance and risk assessment
Jacques Bélair Université de Montréal Mathematical Modeling of Mosquito-Borne Diseases
Andrea Danani Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Technologies Lab
Department of Innovative Technologies-DTI
University of Applied Science of Southern Switzerland-SUPSI
Optimizing the Design of Efficient Dendritic Nanocarriers with Molecular Modeling
Troy Day Queen's University The Mathematics of Drug Resistance
Jiming Fang Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences Test for linearity between continuous confounder and clinical outcome first, run a multivariable regression model second
Xinchu Fu Department of Mathematics, Shanghai University Interplay between collective behavior and spreading dynamics on complex networks
Amy Greer University of Guelph Using agent-based models to evaluate the effectiveness of a novel public health intervention for tuberculosis in Canada’s north
Litao Han School of Information, Renmin University of China HIV drug resistance and treatment strategy
Jane Heffernan York University The Effects of Mass Media in Epidemics
Xi Huo Vanderbilt University Modeling of Contact Tracing in Epidemic Populations by Disease Age
Zhongwei Jia National Institute of Drug Dependence, Peking University Modeling impact of HIV drug resistance
Lukasz Kurgan University of Alberta Accurate human structural proteome-wide characterization of protein-drug interactions
Michael Li University of Alberta A Few Pitfalls in Parameter Estimation: an HIV Model as an Example
Jie Lou Department of Mathematics, Shanghai University Modeling HIV spreading in MSM in China
Seyed M. Moghadas York University NA
Xianming Pan Tsinghua University Development of HIV genome-based incidence assay
Stéphanie Portet University of Manitoba Role of viral mutation on CTL escape
Babak Pourbohloul University of British Columbia NA
Katya Richardson York University CDM and its Global Link
Jishou Ruan Nankai University The numerical evidences for answering what is the barrier between human and avian
Shigui Ruan University of Miami Modeling Transmission Dynamics of Rabies in China
Beate Sander Public Health Ontario, University of Toronto, Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences Supporting Public Health Decision Making through Economic Evaluation
Zhisheng Shuai Department of Mathematics
University of Central Florida
Mathematical modeling of cholera
Guiquan Sun Fudan University Transmission dynamics of brucellosis in China
Xiaodan Sun Department of Applied Mathematics
Xi’an Jiaotong University
Modeling impact of treatment on HIV infection among MSM
Sanyi Tang College of Mathematical and Information Science
Shaanxi Normal University
The epidemic models with media impacts
Jack Tuszynski University of Alberta Complexity of Molecular Signaling Networks for Various Types of Cancer and Neurological Diseases Correlates with Patient Survivability
Gary Van Domselaar National Microbiology Laboratory, Public Health Agency of Canada; University of Manitoba NA
Lin Wang University of New Brunswick NA
James Watmough University of New Brunswick A simple in-host treatment model exhibiting sustained immunity
Jianhong Wu York University NA
Yanni Xiao Department of Applied Mathematics
Xi’an Jiaotong University
Modeling hospital infections in an intensive care unit
Lixin Xie Chinese PLA General Hospital (301 Hospital) NA
Zhuo Yang Nankai University Nano particles - synaptic plasticity - cognition injury
Ning Zhang Tianjin University Identification of Influenza A/H7N9 virus Infection-Related Human Genes Based on Shortest Paths in a Virus-Human Protein Interaction network
Tao Zhang Nankai University Neural Oscillations and Synaptic Plasticity
Yinggao Zhou Central South University Optimal control of HIV/AIDS with antibody response
Xingfu Zou University of Western Ontario Study of impact of vaccinations on disease dynamics by mathematical models
Huaiping Zhu York University Forecasting of culex mosquito abundance, West Nile virus risk and human infection in Ontario, Canada
Xiaomin Zhu National University of Defense Technology
Note: NA=Not Available, by Nov 27, 2013