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Science Night - Using Math To Predict Disease Trends

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November 10, 2021
7 pm - 8 pm

SCIENCE NIGHT

Gain an understaning on how the application of mathematical principles can be used to predict trends in the spread of infectious diseases and the variables which influence their spread. The results are shocking!

Research was conducted using mathematical modeling to assess trends in the spread of COVID-19 under the guidance of Dr. Pirooz Mohazzabi of the UW-Parkside Mathematics and Physics Department.

PRESENTERS
Gabrielle Richardson is a Junior in the Pre-Medicine Program at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside majoring in Spanish and Criminal Justice with a minor in Biology. She aspires to attend medical school and become a rural physician working in underserved communities.

Gwendolyn Richardson is a Junior in the Pre-Veterinary Science Program at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside majoring in Political Science and minoring in Biology and Environmental Studies. She is an aspiring veterinarian and wildlife researcher who plans to write environmental policy protecting wildlife and its natural habitat.

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Sponsors
College of Natural and Health Sciences
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