Change in Host Behavior and its Impact on the Co-evolution of Dengue
The joint evolutionary dynamics of dengue strains are poorly understood despite its high prevalence around the world. Two dengue strains are put in competition in a population where behavioral changes can affect the probability of infection. The destabilizing dynamic effect of even "minor" behavioral changes is discussed and their role in dengue control is explained.
- Poster session award recipient at the 2004 AMS/MAA Joint Mathematics Meeting in Phoenix, AZ
- Poster session award recipient at the 2006 MGE@MSA Conference in Tempe, AZ
C. P. Gonzales , Colorado State University
K. Herman, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical Stat University
D. Murillo, Arizona State University
Fabio Sánchez, Cornell University