I am a mathematics PhD graduate from The Ohio State University (Columbus, Ohio). I obtained an undergraduate degree in mathematics at Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Bogotá, Colombia), and a masters degree in mathematics at Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia). My research interests are mathematical epidemiology, network sciences, and applications of game theory to evolutionary biology. At Universidad de los Andes, my research concerned applications of game theory to evolutionary biology to model the trade-off of Túngara frog between mating and predation. At the Ohio State University, I have studied Lagrangian and Eulerian approaches to model host movement in vector-borne diseases on a network. In addition, I have studied the interplay between disease dynamics and community structure of a network.
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