Asma Azizi Boroojeni
I am an applied mathematician with an special interest in mathematical modeling and analysis of infectious diseases. My main goal is using computer simulations, mathematical modeling, and data analysis to better predict the transmission dynamics, depending on epidemiological parameters for the transmission mechanism and on the complex heterogeneous mixing of agents involved in the transmission process.
Throughout my carrier, I try to foster my knowledge and experience via
- Developing mathematical tools in infection transmission modeling,
- collaborating with and informing public health community on the infection spread and finding approaches to control them, and
- training and engaging students in research at the interface of mathematics, biology and public health.
Currently I am Assistant Professor at Kennesaw State University (KSU), and am looking for undergraduate students interested in research experiences. A grade of B or above in a differential equations course (MATH 2306) is required. Contact me for more information.