Published Papers

  1. Azizi, A., Mubayi, A., & Mubayi, A. (2021). Social Ecological Contexts and Alcohol Drinking Dynamics: An Application of the Survey Data-Driven Agent-Based Model for University Students. Journal of the Indian Institute of Science, 1-21.

  2. Komarova, N. L., Azizi, A., & Wodarz, D. (2021). Network models and the interpretation of prolonged infection plateaus in the COVID19 pandemic. Epidemics, 35, 100463.

  3. Azizi, A., Dewar, J., Qu, Z., & Mac Hyman, J. (2021). Using an agent-based sexual-network model to analyze the impact of mitigation efforts for controlling chlamydia. Epidemics, 35, 100456.

  4. Qu, Z., Azizi, A., Schmidt, N., Craig-Kuhn, M. C., Stoecker, C., Mac Hyman, J., & Kissinger, P. J. (2021). Effect of screening young men for Chlamydia trachomatis on the rates among women: a network modelling study for high-prevalence communities. BMJ open, 11(1), e040789.

  5. Azizi, A., Qu, Z., Lewis, B., & Mac Hyman, J. (2021). Generating a heterosexual bipartite network embedded in social network. Applied Network Science, 6(1), 1-16. 

  6. Zhang, L., Liu, M., Hou, Q., Azizi, A., & Kang, Y. (2021). Dynamics of an SIS network model with a periodic infection rate. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 89, 907-918. 

  7. Guo, X., Chen, J., Azizi, A., Fewell, J., & Kang, Y. (2020). Dynamics of social interactions, in the flow of information and disease spreading in social insects colonies: Effects of environmental events and spatial heterogeneity. Journal of theoretical biology, 492, 110191.

  8. Azizi, A., Montalvo, C., Espinoza, B., Kang, Y., & Castillo-Chavez, C. (2020). Epidemics on networks: Reducing disease transmission using health emergency declarations and peer communication.  Infectious Disease Modelling, 5, 12-22.

  9. Boroojeni, A. A., Dewar, J., Wu, T., & Hyman, J. M. (2017). Generating bipartite networks with a prescribed joint degree distribution. Journal of complex networks, 5(6), 839-857 

  10. Azizi, A., Ríos-Soto, K., Mubayi, A., & Hyman, J. M. (2017). A risk-based model for predicting the impact of using condoms on the spread of sexually transmitted infections. Infectious Disease Modelling, 2(1), 100-112. 

  11. Azizi, A., Xue, L., & Hyman, J. M. (2016). A multi-risk model for understanding the spread of chlamydia. In Mathematical and statistical modeling for emerging and Re-emerging infectious diseases (pp. 249-268). Springer, Cham.

  12. Azizi, A., & Latifizadeh, H. (2014). On the efficiency of collocation method for solution of the Falkner-Skan boundary-layer equation. J. Math. Comput. Sci., 4(2), 128-147.

  13. Dehghan, M., Tatari, M., & Azizi, A. (2011). The solution of the Falkner‐Skan equation arising in the modelling of boundary‐layer problems via variational iteration method. International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat & Fluid Flow.


Under Review Manuscripts

  1. Azizi A,Komarova, M,Wodarz, D, Effect of human behavior on the evolution ofviral strains during an epidemic.Royal Society B

  2. Azizi A,Alharbi M, Carpenter J, Jones V, Sanchez J,Montalvo C, Mubayi A,Evaluating the Impact of Vocational Training and Housing Assistance Programs onthe Spread and Control of Homelessness in Los Angeles, California.Mathematical Population Studies

  3. Guo X, Lon M, Azizi A, Saldyt L,Pavlic T, Fewell J, Kang Y, Decoding alarmsignal propagation in social insects with automated tracking and supervised machinelearning.Royal Society B


Technical Reports with My Undergraduate Students

  1. Alharbi, M., Carpenter, J., Jones, V., Sánchez, J., Montalvo, C., Azizi, A., ... & Mubayi, A. (2019). Evaluating the Impact of Vocational Training and Housing Assistance Programs on the Spread and Control of Homelessness in Los Angeles, California.

  2. Friedman, E., Jin, X., Levine, X., Obregón, I., Rojas, T. R., Velázquez-Molina, J., ... & Ghosh, A. (2019). Minimizing Drug Resistant Cases of Gonorrhea through Cost-Effective Treatment Plans.

  3. Azizi, A., Soto, K. R., & Mubayi, A. A Continuous-risk Model with Heterogeneous Mixing for Understanding Impact of Condom Use on Spread of Sexually Transmitted Infections Among Adolescents.

 

Grants and Proposals

  • MIDAS-NIH COVID-19 Urgent Grant Program suplemental Funding Award  for Project title: Optimizing COVID-19 Awareness and Testing Strategy
     

 

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