Tim Reluga, PhD
Dr. Reluga was an undergraduate at Tufts,
and did his doctoral work in population biology in
at the University of Washington
with advisor Mark Kot.
He did postdoctoral work at Yale with Alison Galvani and at Los Alamos with Alan Perelson, before
moving to Penn State in 2007.
His position is joint between mathematics
and he is a member of the
Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics (CIDD)
and the Center for Pollinator Research. He's also very interested in Network Science these days.
Spencer Carran is a graduate student in biology supervised by Matt Ferrari
and working with me over the 2015-2016 academic year.
Spencer has been working on mathematical and data-science modelling
of infectious diseases, including Zika most recently.
Dongmei Zhang completed her Ph. D. in Mathematics at Penn State in 2014, studying
various mathematical aspects of economic epidemiology in structured populations.
Jing Li, PhD
Jing was a postdoc working with me from 2010 to 2012.
Now, she's a professor at
Cal State Northridge, in California.
For more information, see
Dr. Li's web page