FP7, Marie Curie Actions, People

International Research Staff Exchange Scheme (IRSES)

Research network funded by the European Union

INDOEUROPEAN-MATHDS: Mathematics for health and disease

EU Partner organisations:

National University of Ireland Maynooth
University College London (UK)
Universität Kinderspital Beider (Switzerland)
Universiteit Utrecht (Netherlands)
Universidad de Vigo (Spain)
Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (Spain)
University of Leeds (UK)
University College London (UK)

Non-EU Partner organisations:

WEHI Melbourne (Australia)
University of British Columbia (Canada)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA)
Indian Institute of Science (Bangalore, India)
University of Hyderabad (India)
Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (Bangalore, India)
Institute of Mathematical Sciences (Chennai, India)
National Institute of Immunology (Delhi, India)
University of New Mexico (USA)

Mathematical Models of Infection, Inflammation and Immunity

April 5th to 7th, 2017. Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

The Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore (IISc), in association with the EPSRC-DST Indo-UK Initiative in Applied Mathematics and the EU-FP7 supported Indo-European Research Network in Mathematics for Health and Disease, hosted a discussion meeting on mathematical models of infection, immunity and inflammation. The workshop provided lectures from practicing researchers in this area from India and Europe, fostered cross-disciplinary interactions and long-term collaborations and some hands-on training to the young scientists.
  • Narendra Dixit, IISc, Bangalore, India
  • Grant Lythe, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK
  • Sitabhra Sinha, IMSc, Chennai, India
  • Venkatesh KV, IITB, Mumbai, India
  • Jose Faro, University of Vigo, Vigo, Spain
  • Samit Bhattacharyya
  • T Jesan
  • Carmen Molina-París, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK
  • Somdatta Sinha, IISER, Mohali, India
  • Gautam Menon, IMSc, Chennai, India
  • Ken Duffy, Maynooth University, Ireland
  • Supreet Saini, IITB, Mumbai India
  • Mario Castro Ponce, Comillas Pontifical University, Madrid, Spain
  • Katrine Schou Sandgaard, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark
  • Martín López-García, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK
  • Vinod PK, IIIT Hyderabad, India
  • Subhas Khajanchi
  • Tanmay Mitra
  • Sathya Baarathi, IISc, Bangalore, India
  • Narmada Sambaturu, IISc, Bangalore, India

  • Rishika Sen (Statistics and Computer Science)
  • Chandra Shekhar (Biotech and Computer Science, Systems Biology)
  • Janani Selvaraj (Mathematics, Non-linear dynamics)
  • Prashanthi Devi (Environmental science, GIS, infectious disease spread)
  • Pankaj Narula (Mathematics, Infectious Disease modeling)
  • Sravan Kumar Miriyala (Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Statistics)
  • Bijesh George (Computer Science, Bioinformatics, Infectious Diseases)
  • B Kesavan (Bioinformatics, Microbiology)
  • Vandana Ravindra (Bioinformatics, Comp. Sci)
  • Alex Joseph (Epidemiology, Public Health)
  • M Ashokkumar (Veterinary Epidemiology)
  • R Thilagavathi (Statistics, epidemiology)
  • T Devanand (Computational Biology)
  • Akhil Kumar Srivastav (Mathematics)
  • Ria Ghosh (Computational Biology)
  • T Kannan (Biostatistics)
  • Gani Shrishail Ramappa (Statistics, Infectious Diseases)
  • Shreedevi Halawar (Statistics, Optimal Control theory)
  • Preeti Dubey (Mathematics, Epidemiological Models)
  • Prasenjit Das (Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Infectious Diseases)
  • Athithan S (Mathematics. Ecological and Disease Modeling)
  • E Priya (Biomedical Engineering)
  • T Jesan (Systems Biology, Infectious Disease modelling)
  • Anupama Sharma (Applied Mathematics, Disease Modeling)

Programs, conferences and workshops


Viral Dynamics: Past, Present and Future
5-7 May in Santa Fe, NM

Modeling Viral Infections and Immunity
1-4 May in Estes Park CO.







Precursors of the network


Theoretical and Experimental Immunology, August 2011

Royal Society Frontiers of Science, 2008

Grant Lythe Last revised:
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