Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Email: ruian_ke at ncsu dot edu
Brief bio: here
PhD. in Mathematics, Arizona State University (2017)
Interests: Multiscale modeling of influenza virus infection and the impact of therapeutics.
G. Michael Lavigne
(Provost fellow, NSF-RTG fellow)
BSc. in Mathematics, Tulane University (2015)
Interests: Mathematical modeling viral infection and interferon response with spatial dynamics.
Hobbies: Mathematician by day, classical pianist by night.
BSc. in Mathematics, St. Mary’s College of Maryland (2016)
Interests: Theoretical population genetics, viral phylodynamics, and applied mathematics.
Hobbies: Soccer, cooking, and listening to music.
BSc. in Mathematics, Jacksonville University (2017)
Interests: HIV infection and latency reversal.
Hobbies: SCUBA diving, spelunking, hiking, camping, and architectural design
Program: BSc in Physics and Electrical Engineering
Interests: Pure and applied math, nanoelectronics and quantum computing.
Hobbies: Studying German, watching German soccer, playing piano, composing for orchestra, and listening to music.
(Goodnight Scholar, SIRI fellow)
Program: BSc in Mathematics and Computer Science
Interests: Pure and applied math, biology.
Hobbies: Playing the French horn, sketching, and watching Disney animated movies.
We maintain active collaborations with theoreticians, biologists and clinicians, to whom we are indebted.
Within the Research Triangle:
Katia Koelle (Duke), David Margolis (UNC Chapel Hill), David McGivern (UNC Chapel Hill), Ralph Smith (NCSU), Ron Swanstrom (UNC Chapel Hill).
Outside the Research Triangle:
Chris Brooke (UIUC), Connie Chang (Montana State), Jessica Conway (Penn State), Kai Deng (Sun Yat-sen University), Laura Fabris (Rutgers), Gerardo Garcia-Lerma (CDC).