Bruce Pell
Bruce Pell
Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Lawrence Technological University
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Using phenomenological models to characterize transmissibility and forecast patterns and final burden of Zika epidemics
G Chowell, D Hincapie-Palacio, J Ospina, B Pell, A Tariq, S Dahal, ...
PLoS currents 8, 2016
Using phenomenological models for forecasting the 2015 Ebola challenge
B Pell, Y Kuang, C Viboud, G Chowell
Epidemics 22, 62-70, 2018
A model for Chagas disease with oral and congenital transmission
DJ Coffield Jr, AM Spagnuolo, M Shillor, E Mema, B Pell, A Pruzinsky, ...
PloS one 8 (6), e67267, 2013
A dynamical framework for modeling fear of infection and frustration with social distancing in COVID-19 spread
MD Johnston, B Pell
arXiv preprint arXiv:2008.06023, 2020
A simple SEIR-V model to estimate COVID-19 prevalence and predict SARS-CoV-2 transmission using wastewater-based surveillance data
T Phan, S Brozak, B Pell, A Gitter, A Xiao, KD Mena, Y Kuang, F Wu
Science of The Total Environment 857, 159326, 2023
Patch models of EVD transmission dynamics
B Pell, J Baez, T Phan, D Gao, G Chowell, Y Kuang
Mathematical and Statistical Modeling for Emerging and Re-emerging …, 2016
The emergence of a virus variant: dynamics of a competition model with cross-immunity time-delay validated by wastewater surveillance data for COVID-19
B Pell, S Brozak, T Phan, F Wu, Y Kuang
Journal of Mathematical Biology 86 (5), 63, 2023
A data-validated temporary immunity model of COVID-19 spread in Michigan
B Pell, MD Johnston, P Nelson
Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering 19 (10), 10122-10142, 2022
A Mathematical Study of COVID-19 Spread by Vaccination Status in Virginia
MD Johnston, B Pell, P Nelson
Applied Sciences 12 (3), 1723, 2022
Modeling nutrient and disease dynamics in a plant-pathogen system
B Pell, AE Kendig, ET Borer, Y Kuang
Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering 16 (1), 234-264, 2019
Rich dynamics of a simple delay host-pathogen model of cell-to-cell infection for plant virus
T Phan, B Pell, AE Kendig, ET Borer, Y Kuang
Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems-B 22 (11), 0, 2020
Simple multi-scale modeling of the transmission dynamics of the 1905 plague epidemic in Bombay
B Pell, T Phan, EM Rutter, G Chowell, Y Kuang
Mathematical biosciences 301, 83-92, 2018
A two-strain model of infectious disease spread with asymmetric temporary immunity periods and partial cross-immunity
MD Johnston, B Pell, DA Rubel
arXiv preprint arXiv:2306.15011, 2023
Prolonged viral shedding from noninfectious individuals confounds wastewater-based epidemiology
T Phan, S Brozak, B Pell, SM Ciupe, R Ke, RM Ribeiro, A Gitter, KD Mena, ...
MedRxiv, 2023
The Effect of Vaccination on the Competitive Advantage of Two Strains of an Infectious Disease
MD Johnston, B Pell, J Pemberton, DA Rubel
arXiv preprint arXiv:2312.14997, 2023
Making waves: Integrating wastewater surveillance with dynamic modeling to track and predict viral outbreaks
T Phan, S Brozak, B Pell, J Oghuan, A Gitter, T Hu, RM Ribeiro, R Ke, ...
Water Research 243, 120372, 2023
A two-strain model of infectious disease spread with asymmetric temporary immunity periods and partial cross-immunity (preprint)
MD Johnston, B Pell, DA Rubel
Modeling Nutrient and Disease Dynamics in a Plant-Pathogen System Using Ordinary and Delay Differential Equations.
B Pell, T Phan, AE Kendig, ET Borer, Y Kuang
Michigan Academician 48 (1), 2021
A Dynamical Framework for Modeling Fear of Infection and Frustration with Social Distancing in COVID-19 Spread (preprint)
MD Johnston, B Pell
Dynamics and Implications of Data-Based Disease Models in Public Health and Agriculture
B Pell
Arizona State University, 2016
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