The Karl-Peter Hadeler Prize of the Journal of Mathematical Biology (JoMB) recognizes outstanding publications in the journal.
Fred Brauer, one of the pioneers in mathematical epidemiology, passed away on October 17, 2021, leaving a legacy of exceptional contributions to the field of epidemic modelling including his independent and collaborative research, and his mentorship of multiple generations of researchers in the field.
We are pleased to edit a topical collection for the Journal of Mathematical Biology in his honour. The topical collection covers all areas of epidemiological modelling defined broadly but focuses on using mathematical approaches to gain epidemiological understanding or explain epidemiological phenomena.
Submission Deadline: 31 August 2022
Guest Editors: Jianhong Wu, York University; Carlos Castillo-Chavez, Arizona State University; Zhilan Julie Feng, Purdue University; Christopher Kribs, University of Texas at Arlington; Shigui Ruan, University of Miami.
Thomas Hillen (he/him) is a professor in the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences at the University of Alberta. He joined the Journal of Mathematical Biology as co-Editor-in-Chief in January 2022.
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