PUBLICATIONS

Publications 

- Galileo Galilei -

“The book of nature is written in mathematics.”

Levy, B., Windoloski, K., and Ludlam, J. “Modeling Threats to Diamondback Terrapins in North-Inlet Winyah Bay South Carolina”. Submitted April 2021. Contact for a preprint.

Levy, B., Correia, H., Ronoh, M., Chimbola, O., Kgosimore, M., Chirove, F., Abebe,
A., Machingauta, H., Lenhart, S., and White, J. (2021). Modeling the Effect of HIV/AIDS Stigma on HIV Infection Dynamics in Kenya. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology.

Burton, D., Lenhart, S., Levy, B., Edholm, C.,Washington, M., Green, B.,White,
J., Lungu, E., Chimbola, O., Kgosimor, M., Chirove, F., and Machingata, H. (2021). A Mathematical Model of Contact Tracing During the 2014-2016 West African Ebola Outbreak. Mathematics.

Levy, B., Lenhart, S., Collins, C., and Stiver, W. Evidence for Multiple Transmission Routes for Pseudorabies in Wild Hogs. (2021). Mathematics of Planet Earth Special Edition on Infectious Disease Modeling.

 

Edholm, C., Levy, B., Le Fevre, S., Lenhart S., Marijani, T., Yakubu, A., & Nyabadza, F. Mathematical Modeling of Buruli Ulcer Disease Dynamics in Ghana. (2019). Mathematics of Planet Earth Special Edition on Infectious Disease Modeling.

 

Levy, B. and Odoi, A. (2018). Exploratory Investigation of Region Level Risk Factors of Ebola Virus Disease in West Africa. PeerJ.

 

Levy, B., Edholm, C., Lenhart, S., Gaoue, O., Kgosimore, M., Lungu, E., Nyabadza, F. and Marijani, T. (2017). Modeling the Role of Education in Limiting a Future Outbreak of Ebola. Infectious Disease Modeling.

 

Levy, B., Collins, C., Lenhart, S. and Stiver, W. (2017). Evaluating Wild Hog Preferences to Guide Control Strategies in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Natural Resource Modeling.

 

Hujoel, M., Dantzler, A., Parkman, V., Wild, A., Levy, B., Lenhart, S. and Wilkes, R. (2016). Canine Distemper Outbreak Modeled in an Animal Shelter. Letters in Biomathematics.

 

Levy, B., Collins, C., Lenhart, S., Madden, M., Corn, J., Salinas, R. and Stiver, W. (2016). A Metapopulation Model for Feral Hogs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Natural Resource Modeling.