Abba B. Gumel
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To mask or not to mask: Modeling the potential for face mask use by the general public to curtail the COVID-19 pandemic
SE Eikenberry, M Mancuso, E Iboi, T Phan, K Eikenberry, Y Kuang, ...
Infectious disease modelling 5, 293-308, 2020
Mathematical assessment of the impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions on curtailing the 2019 novel Coronavirus
CN Ngonghala, E Iboi, S Eikenberry, M Scotch, CR MacIntyre, MH Bonds, ...
Mathematical biosciences 325, 108364, 2020
Modelling strategies for controlling SARS outbreaks
AB Gumel, S Ruan, T Day, J Watmough, F Brauer, P Van den Driessche, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
Backward bifurcations in dengue transmission dynamics
SM Garba, AB Gumel, MRA Bakar
Mathematical biosciences 215 (1), 11-25, 2008
A mathematical model for assessing control strategies against West Nile virus
C Bowman, AB Gumel, P Van den Driessche, J Wu, H Zhu
Bulletin of mathematical biology 67 (5), 1107-1133, 2005
Climate, environmental and socio-economic change: weighing up the balance in vector-borne disease transmission
PE Parham, J Waldock, GK Christophides, D Hemming, F Agusto, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370 …, 2015
Mathematical analysis of the transmission dynamics of HIV/TB coinfection in the presence of treatment
O Sharomi, C Podder, A Gumel, B Song
Mathematical biosciences and Engineering 5 (1), 145, 2008
Curtailing smoking dynamics: a mathematical modeling approach
O Sharomi, AB Gumel
Applied Mathematics and Computation 195 (2), 475-499, 2008
When is quarantine a useful control strategy for emerging infectious diseases?
T Day, A Park, N Madras, A Gumel, J Wu
American journal of epidemiology 163 (5), 479-485, 2006
A vaccination model for transmission dynamics of influenza
ME Alexander, C Bowman, SM Moghadas, R Summers, AB Gumel, ...
SIAM Journal on Applied Dynamical Systems 3 (4), 503-524, 2004
Role of incidence function in vaccine-induced backward bifurcation in some HIV models
O Sharomi, CN Podder, AB Gumel, EH Elbasha, J Watmough
Mathematical Biosciences 210 (2), 436-463, 2007
Causes of backward bifurcations in some epidemiological models
AB Gumel
Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 395 (1), 355-365, 2012
Will an imperfect vaccine curtail the COVID-19 pandemic in the US?
EA Iboi, CN Ngonghala, AB Gumel
Infectious Disease Modelling 5, 510-524, 2020
Mathematical analysis of a model for HIV-malaria co-infection
Z Mukandavire, AB Gumel, W Garira, JM Tchuenche
Mathematical biosciences and engineering, 2009
Backward bifurcation and optimal control in transmission dynamics of West Nile virus
KW Blayneh, AB Gumel, S Lenhart, T Clayton
Bulletin of mathematical biology 72, 1006-1028, 2010
Assessing the role of basic control measures, antivirals and vaccine in curtailing pandemic influenza: scenarios for the US, UK and the Netherlands
M Nuño, G Chowell, AB Gumel
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 4 (14), 505-521, 2007
Theoretical assessment of public health impact of imperfect prophylactic HIV-1 vaccines with therapeutic benefits
EH Elbasha, AB Gumel
Bulletin of mathematical biology 68 (3), 577, 2006
An SVEIR model for assessing potential impact of an imperfect anti-SARS vaccine
AB Gumel, CC McCluskey, J Watmough
A second-order scheme for the “Brusselator” reaction–diffusion system
EH Twizell, AB Gumel, Q Cao
Journal of Mathematical Chemistry 26 (4), 297-316, 1999
Influenza epidemiology—past, present, and future
PRS Lagace-Wiens, E Rubinstein, A Gumel
Critical care medicine 38, e1-e9, 2010
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