News Release

NIMBioS Working Groups: Models of Produce Contamination

Dr. Jianhong Wu and three alumni members: Lydia Bourouiba, Rongsong Liu, and Daniel Munther convened in Knoxville, Tennessee to attend the NIMBioS Working Group: Models of Produce Contamination meeting on the topic of fresh produce food safety at the interface between mathematical modelling and empirical data.

Canada needs to revamp its vaccine policy, says expert panel

Cantech Letter published an article indicating that Canada needs to revamp its vaccine policy following the recent publication of a research paper, Economic Evaulation of Vaccines in Canada: A Systematic Review, in Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics.

New Mathematical Model for Ebola Can Help Save Lives

Ryerson and York University have published a joint research news release about work conducted by LIAM members. Dr. Xi Huo talks about how a new mathematical model may save more lives during an Ebola outbreak. The scientific journal, Treatment-donation-stockpile dynamics in Ebola convalescent blood transfusion therapy, will appear in the March 2016 issue of the […]

CAIMS Distinguished Lecture in Mathematical Biology at LIAM by Dr. Laurent Pujo-Manjouet

1 Sep 2015: Dr. Laurent Pujo-Manjouet, a recognized active researcher in mathematical biology, visited LIAM and presented a Distinguished Lecture on Mad Cow Disease and how collaborations between biologists and mathematics lead to a new discovery about prion formation. Links to the video recordings of Dr. Pujo-Manjouet’s talk is provided: Part one Part two