# Dr. Josephine Wairimu

## BSc, (Egerton), MSc, (Nairobi), PhD, (Univ. of Lorraine) Applied Mathematics

Email: jwndirangu@uonbi.ac.ke

Email: jwndirangu@uonbi.ac.ke

Mathematical modeling of emerging infectious diseases with delay, Ebola.

Modeling insecticides resistance in vectors and drug resistance in human.

Evidence-based modeling of combination control on Kenyan youth HIV/AIDS dynamics. PloS one. 15(11):0242491. AbstractWebsite

2020. IMPACT OF ADAPTIVE MOSQUITO BEHAVIOR AND INSECTICIDE-TREATED NETS ON MALARIA PREVALENCE. Journal of Biological Systems. 28(2):515-542. AbstractWebsite

2020. MODELING DISPROPORTIONAL EFFECTS OF EDUCATING INFECTED KENYAN YOUTH ON HIV/AIDS. Journal of Biological Systems. 28(2):311-349. AbstractWebsite

2020. Modeling the effects of insecticides resistance on malaria vector control in endemic regions of Kenya. Elsevier. Volume 174:49-59. AbstractWebsite

2018. Modeling Rift Valley fever with treatment and trapping control strategies. Scientific Research Publishing. 7(6):556. AbstractWebsite

2016. Modeling Insecticide Resistance in Endemic Regions of Kenya. Scientific Research Publishing. 7(6):542. AbstractWebsite

2016. A Mathematical Model of Tuberculosis with Drug Resistance Effects. https://www.scirp.org/journal/paperinformation.aspx?paperid=68984. 7(12):1303-1316. AbstractWebsite

2016. Formulation of a vector SIS malaria model in a patchy environment with two age classes. Scientific Research Publishing. 5(10):1535-1545. AbstractWebsite

2014. Mathematical analysis of a large scale vector SIS malaria model in a patchy environment. Scientific Research Publishing. 5(13):1913-1926. AbstractWebsite

2014.
2013.

A vector SIS model for malaria in a patchy environment with age structure. School of Biological Sciences. 2012Website

2012.