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Carlos
Castillo-Chavez is a Regents
Professor, a Joaquin Bustoz Jr. Professor of Mathematical Biology, and
a Distinguished Sustainability Scientist at Arizona State University.
Carlos Castillo-Chavez' research program is at the interface of the
*mathematical and natural and social sciences* with emphasis
on (i) the role of dynamic social landscapes on disease dispersal;
(ii) the role of environmental and social structures on the dynamics
of addiction and disease evolution, and (iii) Dynamics of complex
systems at the interphase of ecology, epidemiology and the social
sciences. Carlos Castillo-Chavez has co-authored over two hundred
publications, edited several volumes of research articles, and
co-authored a textbook
in Mathematical Biology in 2001 (second edition in 2012). He edited a
volume (with Tom
Banks) on the use of mathematical models in homeland
security published in SIAM's Frontiers in Applied Mathematics
Series (2003); co-edited volumes in the Series Contemporary
Mathematics entitled “Mathematical
Studies on Human Disease Dynamics: Emerging Paradigms and
Challenges” (American Mathematical Society, 2006) and Mathematical
and Statistical Estimation Approaches in Epidemiology
(Springer-Verlag, 2009) highlighting his interests in the applications
of mathematics in emerging and re-emerging diseases. Castillo-Chavez
is a member of the
Santa Fe Institute's external faculty, adjunct professor
at Cornell University, and contributor, as a member of the Steering
Committee of the “Committee for the Review of the Evaluation
Data on the Effectiveness of NSF-Supported and Commercially Generated
Mathematics Curriculum Materials,” to a 2004 NRC report. The
CBMS workshop “Mathematical Epidemiology with
Applications” lectures delivered by C. Castillo-Chavez and F.
Brauer in 2011 will soon be published by SIAM.

Castillo-Chavez is the founding director of the Mathematical, Computational and Modeling Sciences Center and the graduate field in applied mathematics in the life and social sciences or AMLSS at ASU (07-01-2008). The AMLSS PhD degree has graduated 15 students, including 12 students who are members of underrepresented groups. Castillo-Chavez is also the Executive Director of the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute or MTBI and The Institute for Strengthening the Understanding of Mathematics and Science or SUMS. Castillo-Chavez’ undergraduate/graduate research program (established in 1996) was recognized as a “Mathematics Program that Makes a Difference” by the American Mathematical Society in 2007 and by the 2011 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring. SUMS’ efforts were recognized with a Presidential Mentorship Award in 2002.

Castillo-Chavez’ efforts resulted in the establishment
of the *David Blackwell and Richard Tapia*
Distinguished
Lecture Series in 2000 and the co-establishment of the David
Blackwell and Richard Tapia Award two years later with David Eisenbud. Castillo-Chavez
spent 18 years at Cornell University (1985-2003) in the department of
Biological Statistics and Computational Biology (BSCB) and over his
last few years with a joint appointment in Theoretical and Applied
Mechanics (TAM).
Castillo-Chavez’s recognitions include two White House Awards:
*Presidential Faculty Fellowship Award* in 1992 and a Presidential
Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering
Mentoring in 1997; the 2002 Society for the Advancement of
Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) Distinguished
Scientist Award; the 2003 Richard
Tapia Award, and is the 12^{th} recipient of the American
Mathematical Society Distinguished Public Service Award
(01-14-2010). Castillo-Chavez
held the 2003 Stanislaw
M. Ulam Distinguished Scholar position at the Center for
Nonlinear Studies (CNLS) in Los Alamos
National Laboratory. He was named honorary professor at Xi'an Jiaotong
University in China (2004) and honorary professor at the School of
Public Health, East Tennessee State University (2010). He has held
visiting appointments at Institute for Mathematics and its
Applications or IMA (1998), Cátedra Patrimonial, Instituto de
Investigaciones en Matemáticas Aplicadas y Sistemas (IIMAS), Universidad Nacional
Autónoma de México (1998-1999), Isaac Newton Institute
for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, England (2003), Harvard School
of Public Health (2012), will hold the appointment of Martin Luther
King Jr. Professor at MIT (2012-2013); will be in residence at the
Poincare Institute in 2013 and soon will hold an appointment at CIMAT in México.
He has been elected fellow of
the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), Fellow
of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, fellow of
the American College of Epidemiology. Castillo-Chavez is the recipient
of the 2007
AAAS Mentor award; has had 27 PhD students (including 14 US
Latinos and 10 women); has mentored 22 postdoctoral researchers; and
hundreds of undergraduates. Castillo-Chavez past committee memberships
include: the Arizona Governor’s P-20 Council’s Mathematics
Alignment Team in 2008-09; the advisory boards of the Statistical and
Applied Mathematics Sciences Institute (SAMSI) and
Banff’s International Research Station ( BIRS
). He is currently a member mathematical sciences advisory board of
the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS),
the National Research Council’s Board of Higher Education and
Workforce or BHEW
(2009-2012); President Obama’s Committee on the
National Medal of Science (2010-2012); the search committee for
the AD/NSF/MPS position (2012), and elected member of the Electorate
Nominating Committee (ENC) of the Section on Mathematics of the
American Association for the Advancement of Science (2012-2015). CCC
is co-director of National Alliance
for Doctoral Studies in the Mathematical Sciences Alliance (2010-).

My activities focus on three areas: research, teaching and the instigation of synergistic activities through a series of local, regional, national and international activities originated and/or supported by the Mathematical, Computational and Modeling Sciences Center and its two institutes MTBI[1]/SUMS[2].

**
The Mathematical,
Computational and Modeling Sciences Center**
** (**
http://mcmsc.asu.edu/
**) **

**“… **strives to create a dynamic community
of quantitative scientists and mathematicians, driven to contribute to
the solution of problems in the biological, environmental, and social
sciences. Through flexible research and cross-disciplinary programs,
the MCMSC will train a new generation of scientists whose research is
driven by `solution’ rather than `discipline.’ Armed with
this mindset, the MCMSC will promote, support and encourage teams and
faculty that do not hold a reductionist view of the world”.

**MTBI’s **(Mathematical and Theoretical Biology
Institute) summer programs provide sequential research experiences at
the undergraduate and graduate levels, in the field of applied
mathematics and its applications to the biological and social
sciences. MTBI provides research mentorship training to a limited
number of faculty members who want to work at the interface of applied
mathematics and theoretical and computational biology that have no
prior experience in these fields. **SUMS’ (Institute
for Strengthening Understanding of Mathematics and Science)**
mission focuses on increasing the representation of US citizens and
residents in fields that require strong quantitative
training. SUMS’ Mathematics Sciences Honors
Program (MSHP) has trained around 2300 high school students from
economically disadvantage backgrounds and who are residents of the
State of Arizona over the past 24 years. Their training is via an
intense mathematics summer experience on college mathematics but we
have sometimes offered a course in mathematical biology.

As Executive Director of MTBI/SUMS, I work at increasing the impact of its pipeline programs (high school, college, graduate school and postdoctoral level) in order to enhance the level of participation and success of US students within the American Research Enterprise and Academia. Particular emphasis is put on the training of individuals coming from groups who are underrepresented in the mathematical sciences or in fields that demand strong background in a quantitative field. Detailed publication on the successes of these program include:

- Castillo-Garsow, C.W. and C. Castillo-Chavez, “A Preliminary Theoretical Analysis of an REU’s Community Model” to appear in, Problems, Resources and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies, 2012.
- Castillo-Chavez C and C. W. Castillo-Garsow, "
*Increasing Minority Representation in the Mathematical Sciences: Good models but no will to scale up their impact*," In:*Doctoral Educations and the Faculty of the Future*, Edited by, Ronald G. Ehrenberg and Charlotte V Kuh, pp 135-145, Cornell University Press (2009) - Castillo-Chavez, C., C. W. Castillo-Garsow, G. Chowell, D.
Murillo, and M. Pshaenich, "
*Promoting Research and Minority Participation via Undergraduate Research in the Mathematical Sciences. MTBI/SUMS-Arizona State University*," In: Proceedings of the Conference on Promoting Undergraduate Research in Mathematics, Edited by Joseph Gallian, pages 15-22, American Mathematical Society, AMS (http://www.ams.org/employment/REUproceedings.html), June, 2007 - Crisosto, M. N., C., Kribs-Zaleta, C Castillo-Chavez and S Wirkus,
“Community Resilience in Collaborative Learning,”
Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems B, Volume 14, No 1, pages
17-40, July 2010

[1] Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute

[2] Institute for Strengthening Understanding of Mathematics and Science

Carlos Castillo-Chavez' research program is carried out at the
interface of the *mathematical and natural and social sciences*
and puts emphasis on (i) the role of dynamic social landscapes on
disease dispersal; (ii) host behavior and disease evolution, (iii)
human behavior, environmental and social structures on the dynamics of
addiction, (iv) complex systems (the identification of mechanisms that
facilitate the social and biological factors across multiple levels of
organization). Specifically, in collaboration with many researchers
(graduate students, postdoctoral students and faculty),
Castillo-Chavez has been involved in the study of the role of
cross-immunity on the evolution and dynamics of influenza; the impact
of behavioral changes, epidemiological factors, behavior and social
networks on HIV and Tuberculosis dynamics; the role of epidemiological
factors, vaccination, public transportation and social structure on
the transmission dynamics of tuberculosis dynamics and its control;
the impact of life-history vector dynamics on dengue epidemics (Mexico
and Peru); the identification of time response scales and their
importance in the control of foot and mouth disease outbreaks
(Uruguay); the study of role of population structure and control
(vaccination, isolation, quarantine and others) on the transmission
dynamics of rotavirus, pneumonia and rubella; and the study of the
impact of increasing levels of pathogens’ resistance to
antimicrobials generated by nosocomial infections. More recently,
Castillo-Chavez and collaborators have carried out theoretical work
that highlights the role of disease dispersal as a key enhancing
mechanism of ecological diversity. Most recently, his research efforts
have focused on problems at the interface of homeland security and
disease invasions (natural or deliberate) and on the development of
models for the dynamics of social "diseases" that involve
some form of addiction like alcohol consumption or ecstasy use with
emphasis in specific groups including college populations. Work on
models for the spread of ideologies and scientific information or
knowledge has also been conducted in collaboration with various
researchers in the past. Finally, his model of mentoring
“known” as the Mathematical Biology Institute or MTBI has
led to publication on pipeline models and frameworks for collaborative
learning including:

- Castillo-Garsow, C.W. and C. Castillo-Chavez, “A Preliminary Theoretical Analysis of an REU’s Community Model” to appear in, Problems, Resources and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies, 2012.

- Castillo-Chavez C and C. W. Castillo-Garsow, "
*Increasing Minority Representation in the Mathematical Sciences: Good models but no will to scale up their impact*," In:*Doctoral Educations and the Faculty of the Future*, Edited by, Ronald G. Ehrenberg and Charlotte V Kuh, pp 135-145, Cornell University Press (2009)

- Castillo-Chavez, C., C. W. Castillo-Garsow, G. Chowell, D.
Murillo, and M. Pshaenich, "
*Promoting Research and Minority Participation via Undergraduate Research in the Mathematical Sciences. MTBI/SUMS-Arizona State University*," In: Proceedings of the Conference on Promoting Undergraduate Research in Mathematics, Edited by Joseph Gallian, pages 15-22, American Mathematical Society, AMS (http://www.ams.org/employment/REUproceedings.html), June, 2007

- Crisosto, M. N., C., Kribs-Zaleta, C Castillo-Chavez and S Wirkus, “Community Resilience in Collaborative Learning,” Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems B, Volume 14, No 1, pages 17-40, July 2010

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AML 484 | Internship |

AML 499 | Individualized Instruction |

AML 590 | Reading and Conference |

AML 592 | Research |

AML 612 | Appl Math Life&Soc Sci Mod Sem |

AML 790 | Reading and Conference |

AML 792 | Research |

AML 799 | Dissertation |

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AML 253 | Intro to Math Tools & Modeling |

AML 294 | Special Topics |

AML 499 | Individualized Instruction |

AML 590 | Reading and Conference |

AML 592 | Research |

AML 790 | Reading and Conference |

AML 792 | Research |

AML 799 | Dissertation |

SOS 210 | Intro to Math Tools & Modeling |

Course Number | Course Title |
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AML 592 | Research |

AML 790 | Reading and Conference |

AML 792 | Research |

AML 799 | Dissertation |

Course Number | Course Title |
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AML 499 | Individualized Instruction |

AML 592 | Research |

AML 790 | Reading and Conference |

AML 792 | Research |

AML 799 | Dissertation |

ASB 792 | Research |

Course Number | Course Title |
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AML 499 | Individualized Instruction |

AML 590 | Reading and Conference |

AML 592 | Research |

AML 790 | Reading and Conference |

AML 792 | Research |

AML 799 | Dissertation |

Course Number | Course Title |
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AML 592 | Research |

AML 799 | Dissertation |

Course Number | Course Title |
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AML 499 | Individualized Instruction |

AML 590 | Reading and Conference |

AML 592 | Research |

AML 790 | Reading and Conference |

AML 792 | Research |

AML 799 | Dissertation |

ASB 792 | Research |

Course Number | Course Title |
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AML 484 | Internship |

AML 499 | Individualized Instruction |

AML 590 | Reading and Conference |

AML 592 | Research |

AML 610 | Topic Appl Math Life & Soc Sci |

AML 790 | Reading and Conference |

AML 792 | Research |

AML 799 | Dissertation |

ASB 492 | Honors Directed Study |

ASB 493 | Honors Thesis |

ASB 499 | Individualized Instruction |

ASB 590 | Reading and Conference |

ASB 592 | Research |

ASB 790 | Reading and Conference |

ASB 792 | Research |

ASB 799 | Dissertation |

Course Number | Course Title |
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AML 799 | Dissertation |

Course Number | Course Title |
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AML 294 | Special Topics |

AML 590 | Reading and Conference |

AML 592 | Research |

AML 610 | Topic Appl Math Life & Soc Sci |

AML 790 | Reading and Conference |

AML 792 | Research |

AML 799 | Dissertation |

ASB 492 | Honors Directed Study |

ASB 493 | Honors Thesis |

ASB 590 | Reading and Conference |

ASB 592 | Research |

ASB 790 | Reading and Conference |

ASB 792 | Research |

ASB 799 | Dissertation |

Course Number | Course Title |
---|---|

AML 484 | Internship |

AML 499 | Individualized Instruction |

AML 590 | Reading and Conference |

AML 592 | Research |

AML 612 | Appl Math Life&Soc Sci Mod Sem |

AML 790 | Reading and Conference |

AML 792 | Research |

AML 799 | Dissertation |

ASB 492 | Honors Directed Study |

ASB 493 | Honors Thesis |

ASB 499 | Individualized Instruction |

ASB 590 | Reading and Conference |

ASB 592 | Research |

ASB 790 | Reading and Conference |

ASB 792 | Research |

ASB 799 | Dissertation |

Course Number | Course Title |
---|---|

AML 484 | Internship |

AML 499 | Individualized Instruction |

AML 792 | Research |

AML 799 | Dissertation |

Course Number | Course Title |
---|---|

AML 294 | Special Topics |

AML 612 | Appl Math Life&Soc Sci Mod Sem |

AML 790 | Reading and Conference |

AML 792 | Research |

AML 799 | Dissertation |

Course Number | Course Title |
---|---|

AML 590 | Reading and Conference |

AML 592 | Research |

AML 610 | Topic Appl Math Life & Soc Sci |

AML 612 | Appl Math Life&Soc Sci Mod Sem |

AML 790 | Reading and Conference |

AML 792 | Research |

AML 799 | Dissertation |

Course Number | Course Title |
---|---|

AML 792 | Research |

AML 799 | Dissertation |

Edited book: Mathematical Models, Challenges, and Lessons Learned from the 2009 A/H1N1 Influenza Pandemic. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering (2011).

.Edited book: Infectious Disease Informatics and Biosurveillance. Integrated Series in Information Systems, Vol. 27, Springer (2011).

.Role of Prey Dispersal and Refuges on Predator Prey Dynamics,. SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics (2010).

.Discrete Epidemic Models. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering (2010).

.Teacher, Researcher, Mathematician, Mentor: A Groundbreaking Career in Computational and Mathematical Biology. SIAM News (2010).

.The Intersecting Lives of Two Mathematicians in East LA. SIAM News (2010).

.Evaluating the Efficacy of Antimicrobial Programs and Patient Isolation on Dual Resistance in Hospitals. Journal of Biological Dynamics (2010).

.Community Resilience in Collaborative Learning. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems B (2010).

.Queuing Theory and Epidemic Models," Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering (2010).

.Optimal Control Intervention Strategies in Low and High Risk Problem Drinking Populations. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences (2010).

.Notes From the Heterogeneous: A Few Observations on the Implications and Necessity of Affinity. Journal of Biological Dynamics (2010).

.Static Behavioral Effects on Gonorrhea Transmission Dynamics in a MSM population. Journal of Theoretical Biology (2010).

.Transmission Dynamics and Underreporting of Kala-azar in the Indian State of Bihar. Journal of Theoretical Biology (2010).

.Impact of Relative Residence Times on the Distribution of Heavy Drinkers in Highly Distinct Environments. Relative Residence Times on the Distribution of Heavy Drinkers in Highly Distinct Environments, Socio-Economic Planning Sciences (2010).

.A Cost-Based Comparison of Quarantine Strategies for New Emerging Diseases,. Journal of Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering (2010).

.Public vaccination policy using an age-structure model of pneumococcal infection dynamics. Journal of Biological Dynamics (2010).

.Book chapter: On the Dynamics Reinfection: the Case of Tuberculosis. BIOMAT 2009, International? Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Biology. World Scientific (2010).

.Transmission potential of the new influenza (H1N1) virus and its age-specificity in Japan. Eurosurveillance (2009).

.Immune Level Structure Model for Influenza Strains. Journal of Biological Systems (2009).

.The Impact of HIV infection on Tuberculosis. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering (2009).

.Edited book: Mathematical and Statistical Estimation Approaches in Epidemiology.. Springer (2009).

.Book chapter: A Successful Model for Increasing Minority Representation in the Mathematical Sciences. Doctoral Education and the Faculty of the Future. Cornell University Press (2009).

.Book chapter: The role of nonlinear relapse on contagion among drinking communities. Mathematical and Statistical Estimation Approaches in Epidemiology. Springer (2009).

.Book chapter: Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Rubella in Peru, 1997-2006: Geographic patterns, age at infection and estimation of transmissibility. Mathematical and Statistical Estimation Approaches in Epidemiology. Springer (2009).

.Book chapter: The epidemiological impact of rotavirus vaccination programs in the United States and Mexico. athematical and Statistical Estimation Approaches in Epidemiology. Springer (2009).

.Spatial Spread of Sexually-Transmitted Diseases within Susceptible Populations at a Demographic Steady State. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering (2008).

.Estimation of Invasive pneumococcal disease dynamics parameters and the impact of conjugate vaccination in Australia. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering (2008).

.Book chapter: Mathematical Model of Influenza: The Role of cross-immunity, quarantine and age-structure. Mathematical Epidemiology. Springer-Verlag (2008).

.Book chapter: Mathematical Model of Influenza: The Role of cross-immunity, quarantine and age-structure. Mathematical Epidemiology. Springer (2008).

.Volume in Honor of Fred Brauer and Karl Hadeler,. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering (2008).

Book chapter: Drinking as an epidemic--a simple mathematical model with recovery and relapse. Therapist's Guide to Evidence-Based Relapse Prevention. Academic Press (2007).

.Mathematical Model of Influenza: The Role of cross-immunity, quarantine and age-structure. Springer-Verlag (2007).

.Models for Dengue Transmission and Control. Modeling The Dynamics of Human Diseases: Emerging Paradigms and Challenges (2006).

.Mathematical Applications Associated With the Deliberate Release of Biological Agents. Modeling The Dynamics of Human Diseases: Emerging Paradigms and Challenges (2006).

.The Role of Spatial Mixing in the Spread of Foot-and-Mouth Disease. Preventive Veterinary Medicine (2006).

.Modelling the transmission dynamics of acute haemorrhagic conjunctivitis: application to the 2003 outbreak in Mexico. Statistics in Medicine (2006).

.The Role of Transactional Sex in Spreading HIV/AIDS in Nigeria: A Modeling Perspective. Modeling The Dynamics of Human Diseases: Emerging Paradigms and Challenges (2006).

.The power of a good idea: quantitative modeling of the spread of ideas from epidemiological models. Physica A (2006).

.Raves Clubs, and Ecstassy: The Impact of Peer Pressure. Journal of Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering (2006).

.The influence of infectious diseases on population genetics. Journal of Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering (2006).

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- La complejidad de las Epidemias y la Simplicidad de la EpidemiologÃa MatemÃ¡tica: Â¿QuÃ© hemos aprendido de la epidemia de H1N1 en MÃ©xico?. Colloquium Departamento de InvestigaciÃ³n de FÃsica, Universidad de Sonora, MÃ©xico, December 2, 2009. (Dec 2009).
- Â¿QuÃ© se ha aprendido de la epidemia del H1N1?". Colloquium Speaker: Seminario de InvestigaciÃ³n, Centro de Investigaciones en MatemÃ¡ticas Aplicadas (. (Nov 2009).
- La Nueva Universidad Americana. University Special Lecture. (Nov 2009).
- The Complexity of Epidemics and the Simplicity of Epidemiological Theory: with examples from the ongoing H1N1 pandemic,. Major Issues in Modern Biology Seminar Series, UC Davis; Stoker Life Sciences Distinguished Biolo. (Sep 2009).
- Mathematics of Influenza: Models for the Transmission Dynamics and Control of Seasonal and Pandemic Flu Outbreaks. SIAM Annual Meeting. (Jul 2009).
- Mitigating the Spread of A/H1N1 Flu: Lessons Learned from Past Outbreaks. International Conference: Mitigating the Spread of A/H1N1 Flu: Lessons Learned from Past Outbreaks. (Jun 2009).
- Travel, Mass Transportation and Emergent Diseases: SARS, Bioterrorism and Influenza. The 2nd International Conference on Mathematical Modeling and Computation and The 5th East Asia SIAM. (Jun 2009).
- Travel, Mass Transportation and Emergent Diseases: SARS, Bioterrorism and Influenza. Ministry of Health, Brunei, June 9, 200. (Jun 2009).
- Drinking and Behavior: Dynamics at the Population Level. Panel Changing existing behaviors, National Institutes of Health Science of Behavior Change Meeting,. (Jun 2009).
- Role of local and long-distance travel on the dynamics of infectious diseases. 24th Annual Shanks Lecture and Conference, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee. (May 2009).
- Epidemics and Prejudice: The Case of Influenza, HIV and Related Diseases,. Conference in Honor of the 70th Birthday of Richard Tapia, Rice University, Houston. (May 2009).
- Disease Transmission Dynamics in the Context of Rotavirus and Pneumonia Reported Infectious Data for Australia. International Workshop on Modeling and Data Analysis for Infectious Disease Control, Murramarang, NS. (Mar 2009).
- Disease Transmission Dynamics in the Context of Rotavirus and Pneumonia. Modeling in Biomathematics is the application of mathematical models to problems in biology and medi. (Feb 2009).
- Promoting Diversity in the Mathematical Sciences Success Stories. Public Lecture, Mathematical Biosciences Institute. (Jan 2009).
- Arizona, Los Alamos, and New Mexico Days Annual Meeting. Arizona, Los Alamos, and New Mexico Days Annual Meeting. (Jan 2009).
- Models of Disease Dispersal for populations with overlapping and non-overlapping discrete populations. MAA-AMS Joint Mathematics Meeting/Washington DC. (Jan 2009).
- On the dynamics and control of drinking: Role of Control Theory in Combating Relapse and Other Factors. MAA-AMS Joint Mathematics Meeting/Washington DC, Jan 4-10, 2009. (Jan 2009).
- athematics of College Drinking,. Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University Seminar Series. (Jan 2009).
- Epidemiological approaches to the modeling of the dynamics of social processes: the case of "drinking. Purdue University/Differential Equations and Applications in Ecology and Epidemiology Conference. (Dec 2008).
- Building a diverse community of scientists: the cases of Cornell, Iowa and Arizona State. University of North Carolina Mathematics Colloquium. (Nov 2008).
- Disease, dynamics and control: the use of mathematical models in the study of infectious diseases. University of North Carolina, Mathematics Colloquium. (Nov 2008).
- Research Opportunities for Undergraduates. Universidad de Metropolitana, Mathematics Workshop. (Oct 2008).
- Global Change in Our Communities. SACNAS/International Polar Year. (Oct 2008).
- The Building of Communities of Minority Mathematicians: The cases of Cornell, Iowa and Arizona State. Promoting Diversity at the Graduate Level in Mathematics: A National Forum. (Oct 2008).
- Building Communities of Minority Researchers at the Interface of the Biological and Mathematical Sciences: NSFâ€™s key role. National Science Foundation's Hispanic Heritage Month Observance. (Sep 2008).
- The evolution of Disease: Methods and Implications for Minority Health. 2008 American College of Epidemiology Meeting Program/Special Session. (Sep 2008).
- Faculty, Quantitative Social Sciences & Sciences. Ford Fellows/Workshop for the Conference of Ford Fellows. (Sep 2008).
- Mathematics, Epidemics and Disease Evolution: From Tuberculosis to Influenza to Nosocomial Infections. Brown University Mathematics Seminar. (Sep 2008).
- Building Communities through REU Programs. Mathfest/Special Session. (Aug 2008).
- Interdisciplinary Training in Mathematical Biology. SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences. (Aug 2008).
- The Dynamics and Control of Drinking: A Preliminary Study of the Role of Dispersal, Relapse and Social Dynamics. SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences/Life Sciences. (Aug 2008).
- Mathematical and Computational Models in Epidemiology. Conference on Undergraduate Research and Teaching. (Jun 2008).
- Models for sexually-transmitted diseases: from Sir Ronald Ross to Ken Cooke and beyond. AMS section Meeting - Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations. (May 2008).
- Increasing Minority Representation in the Mathematical Sciences. Mathematics seminar. (May 2008).
- The Challenges of Global Health Perspective. 2008 MITACS Summer School on Mathematical Modeling of Infectious Diseases. (May 2008).
- Math & Science Education. Next Steps in Math and Science:Our Community's Future. (Apr 2008).
- Mathematics and Disease The case of tuberculosis. Mathematical Biology Working Group Colloquium. (Apr 2008).
- The Dynamics of Disease in the 21st Century: From Vaccines to Homeland Security. Mathematical Biology Working Group Colloquium. (Apr 2008).
- Mathematics and Epidemics. Mathematics Colloquium. (Feb 2008).
- Mathematical Epidemiology and Disease Dynamics. Colloquium. (Feb 2008).

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- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * , Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * , Camacho,Erika T , Chowell-Puente,Gerardo , Wirkus,Stephen A. , . International Research Experience for Students (IRES) Project Proposal: Population Dynamics and Complex Systems: Challenges and Opportunities. NSF (10/1/2013 - 9/30/2016).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * , Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * , Camacho,Erika T , Wirkus,Stephen A. , . Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute Summer Research Program. DOD-NSA (5/1/2013 - 3/31/2014).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * , Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * , Camacho,Erika T , Suslov,Sergei K , Wirkus,Stephen A. , . GAANN Fellowships in Applied Mathematics in the Life and Social Sciences. ED-PSE (8/16/2012 - 8/15/2015).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * . Alliance for Building Faculty Diversity in the Mathematical Sciences. NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV (8/1/2012 - 2/28/2015).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * . Organizational: The Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute (MTBI). NSF-EHR (5/31/2012 - 5/30/2014).
- Perrings,Charles Aubrey * , Castillo-Chavez,Carlos , Castillo-Chavez,Carlos , Castillo-Chavez,Carlos , Chowell-Puente,Gerardo , Fenichel,Eli Paul , Kinzig,Ann , Kinzig,Ann , Kinzig,Ann , Kuminoff,Nicolai Vladimir , . Collaborative Research: Modeling Anthropogenic Effects in the Spread of Infectious Diseases CC: GIOS-RAasuedu on all corres. HHS-NIH-NIGMS (9/15/2011 - 6/30/2015).
- Garcia,Antonio Agustin * , Andino,Jean M , Castillo-Chavez,Carlos , Castillo-Chavez,Carlos , De Los Santos Jr,Alfredo G , Keller,Gary D , Mchenry,Albert L , Moore,Ana L , . PHASE V: (2011-2015) LSAMP WESTERN ALLIANCE TO EXPAND STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES (WAESO). NSF-EHR (9/1/2011 - 8/31/2016).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * Herrera-Valdez,Marco Arieli Mckiernan,Erin Christy Raskind,Wayne M . 2011 Mathematical Field of Dreams Conference. NSF-MPS-DMS (7/1/2011 - 6/30/2012).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * . ASU-Sloan Pipeline in the Mathematical and Statistical Sciences. SLOAN (ALFRED P) FDN (5/1/2011 - 4/30/2012).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * Herrera-Valdez,Marco Arieli . Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute Summer Research Program. DOD-NSA (4/27/2011 - 4/26/2013).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * . Mathematical Theoretical Biology Institute - Research Program for Undergraduates. DOD-NSA (7/10/2009 - 7/9/2011).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * . EMSW21-MCTP: Mentorship through Research: A Model for an Emerging Urban American University. NSF-MPS (5/8/2009 - 4/30/2014).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * . ASU-Sloan National Pipeline Program in the Mathematical and Statistical Sciences. SLOAN (ALFRED P) FDN (5/1/2009 - 4/30/2011).
- Rodriguez,Armando A * Anderson-Rowland,Mary Ruth Castillo-Chavez,Carlos Richa,Andrea W . Academic Professional Development for Lower-Division Computer Science Engineering and Mathematics Students: Transition to Upper-Division. NSF-EHR-DUE (8/1/2008 - 1/31/2014).
- Rodriguez,Armando A * Anderson-Rowland,Mary Ruth Castillo-Chavez,Carlos Richa,Andrea W . Academic and Professional Development for Upper-Division Computer Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Students -II: Transition to Research.... NSF-EHR (9/1/2007 - 2/28/2014).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * . Mathematical and Theoretical Biology InstituteInstitute for Strengthening the Understanding of Mathematics and Science Research Program for Undergrad. DOD-NSA (4/17/2007 - 4/16/2009).
- Garcia,Antonio Agustin * Castillo-Chavez,Carlos De Los Santos Jr,Alfredo G Glick,Milton D Keller,Gary D Mchenry,Albert L Moore,Ana L . LSAMP Phase IV (2006-2011) - Western Alliance to Expand Student Opportunities (WAESO). NSF-EHR (11/1/2006 - 10/31/2011).
- Anderson-Rowland,Mary Ruth * Castillo-Chavez,Carlos Richa,Andrea W Rodriguez,Armando A . Academic and Professional Development for Upper-Division Computer Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Students. NSF-EHR (9/15/2006 - 8/31/2011).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * . Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute Research Program for Undergraduates. DOD-NSA (5/17/2006 - 5/16/2007).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * . ASU - Sloan National Pipeline Program in the Mathematical and Statistical Sciences. SLOAN (ALFRED P) FDN (5/1/2006 - 4/30/2009).
- Shangraw Jr,Ralph Frederick * Balling,Robert C Castillo-Chavez,Carlos Razdan,Anshuman . West Nile Virus Transmission Model. AZ DEPT OF HEALTH SERVICES (3/1/2006 - 2/28/2007).
- Jung,Ranu * Abbas,James Castillo-Chavez,Carlos Crook,Sharon Marie Crook,Sharon Marie Garcia,Antonio Agustin Joshi,Lokesh Kuang,Yang Phillips,Stephen M Razdan,Anshuman Santello,Marco Wang,Joseph Wang,Joseph . Catalyst: Center for Excellence in Adaptive Neuro-Biomechatronic Systems (CEANS). NSF-SBE (8/15/2005 - 1/31/2009).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * Armbruster,Hans Dieter Greenwood,Priscilla E Kuang,Yang Smith,Hal L Thieme,Horst Rudolf . EMSW21-MCTP: Mentorship Through Research: A Model for an Emerging Urban American University. NSF-MPS (5/1/2005 - 7/31/2008).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * . Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute Research Program for Undergraduates. DOD-NSA (4/25/2005 - 4/24/2006).
- Mchenry,Albert L * Alford,Terry Lynn Alford,Terry Lynn Allison,Maria Teresa Allison,Maria Teresa Castillo-Chavez,Carlos Crouch,Peter Evans De Los Santos Jr,Alfredo G Diaz,Rodolfo Enrique Francisco,Wilson Alex Garcia,Antonio Agustin Garcia-Pichel,Ferran Glick,Milton D Johnson,Paul Carr Keller,Gary D Menendez,Jose Moore,Ana L Page Jr,Robert Eugene Peralta,Pedro D Phillips,Elizabeth Deutsch Rivera,Daniel E Rodriguez,Armando A Villalobos,Jesus R Wheeler,Quentin Duane Young,David A . More Graduate Education at Mountain States Alliance (MGEMSA) AGEP Phase II (2004-2009). NSF-EHR (3/1/2005 - 3/31/2015).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * . Ecosystem Models of Alcohol-Related Behavior. PRC:PACIFIC INST RSRCH/EVL (9/30/2004 - 3/31/2007).
- Kuang,Yang * Anderies,John M Anderies,John M Castillo-Chavez,Carlos Castillo-Chavez,Carlos Elser,James Joseph Newman,Timothy J Rutowski,Ronald L Smith,Hal L . UBM: Interdisciplinary Training for Undergraduates in Biological and Mathematical Sciences at ASU. NSF-MPS (9/15/2004 - 8/31/2011).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * . UMEB: Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Undergraduate Travel to Conferences. NSF-BIO (9/2/2004 - 2/28/2007).
- Suslov,Sergei K * Castillo-Chavez,Carlos . International School on Mathematical Modeling of Nonlinear Phenomena. NSF-MPS (9/1/2004 - 8/31/2005).
- Rodriguez,Armando A * Castillo-Chavez,Carlos Richa,Andrea W . Academic and Professional Development for Computer Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Students: Transitioning to Upper Division, Research, Grad.... NSF-EHR (8/1/2004 - 7/31/2008).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * . Increasing the Number of Under-Represented Minorities at Arizona State University in the Graduate Fields of Applied Mathematics, Biometry, Ecology.... SLOAN (ALFRED P) FDN (4/30/2004 - 4/29/2006).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * . Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute Research Program for Undergraduates. DOD-NSA (3/5/2004 - 3/4/2005).
- Castillo-Chavez,Carlos * . Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Research Program for Undergraduates. NSF-MPS-DMS (1/1/2004 - 7/31/2005).

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