Katia Vogt-Geisse
Katia Vogt-Geisse
Ph.D. in Mathematics, Professor at Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
Verified email at math.purdue.edu
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Antiviral treatment for pandemic influenza: Assessing potential repercussions using a seasonally forced SIR model
S Towers, KV Geisse, Y Zheng, Z Feng
Journal of theoretical biology 289, 259-268, 2011
252011
Impact of age-dependent relapse and immunity on malaria dynamics
K Vogt-Geisse, C Lorenzo, Z Feng
Journal of Biological Systems 21 (04), 1340001, 2013
62013
The impact of school closures on pandemic influenza: Assessing potential repercussions using a seasonal SIR model
S Towers, KV Geisse, CC Tsai, Q Han, Z Feng
Mathematical Biosciences & Engineering 9 (2), 413, 2012
52012
An age-structured model for the coupled dynamics of HIV and HSV-2
G Kapitanov, C Alvey, K Vogt-Geisse, Z Feng
Mathematical Biosciences & Engineering 12 (4), 803, 2015
22015
THE IMPACT OF VACCINATION ON MALARIA PREVALENCE: A VACCINE-AGE-STRUCTURED MODELING APPROACH
K Vogt-Geisse, CN Ngonghala, Z Feng
Journal of Biological Systems 28 (02), 475-513, 2020
2020
Early transmission dynamics of COVID-19 in Chile: From sub-exponential ascending growth dynamics to a stationary disease wave, March-April, 2020
A Tariq, EA Undurraga, CC Laborde, K Vogt-Geisse, R Luo, ...
medRxiv, 2020
2020
AGE-STRUCTURED DETERMINISTIC MODELS FOR CHILDHOOD VACCINATION CAMPAIGNS: MALARIA IN AFRICA AND ROTAVIRUS IN CHILE
K Vogt-Geisse
2017
Structured deterministic models applied to malaria and other endemic diseases
KP Vogt Geisse
2014
Structured deterministic models applied to malaria and other endemic diseases
KPV Geisse
Purdue University, 2014
2014
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