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Hayriye Gulbudak

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Hayriye Gulbudak received her PhD in Mathematics in 2014 from University of Florida. She was a postdoctoral researcher at the School of Biological Sciences and Mathematics, Georgia Institute of Technology (2014-2016), and the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Arizona State University (2016-2017). She is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Louisiana, Lafayette. Dr. Gulbudak's research lies at the interface of Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis, and their application to modeling biological systems. In particular, she studies the ecology/ evolution of pathogen-host systems using structured population models, bifurcation theory, and computational methods. Her research has been supported by the Simons Foundation and National Science Foundation, including a recent NSF RAPID award to study epidemiological and phylogenetic models of COVID-19.

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She/her/hers

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Research/Topics of Interest

Agent-based models
Antibiotic resistance
Apply models to public health
Between-host modeling
Compartmental models
Forecasting
Health systems
Intra-host modeling
Network models
Outbreak science
Phylogenetic models
Phylogenetics
Public health policy/interventions
Time-series models
Vaccines
Structural and Practical Identifiability Analysis
Mathematical Biology
Dynamical Systems
Ecology and Evolution of Virus-Microbe Systems
Nonlinear PDEs and their applications to biological systems
Multi-Scale Modeling in Epidemiology and Ecology
Age-structured PDE models
Population Dynamics

Pathogens/Diseases of Main Interest/Expertise

COVID-19
Dengue
Ebola
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
Malaria
Neglected tropical diseases
Pandemic influenza
Season influenza
Sexually transmitted diseases
Vaccine-preventable diseases
Vector-borne diseases
Zika

Countries of Work/Collaboration

United States
Colombia
United Kingdom

Projects

Papers

S. Banuelos, H. GULBUDAK, M. A. Horn, Q. Huang, A. Nandi,H. Ryu,R. Segal,. (2020). Investigating the Impact of Combination Phage and Antibiotic Therapy: A Modeling Study. Using Mathematics to Understand Biological Complexity

H. GULBUDAK. (2020). AN IMMUNO-EPIDEMIOLOGICAL VECTOR–HOST MODEL WITH WITHIN-VECTOR VIRAL KINETICS. Journal of Biological Systems, 28(2)

Gulbudak H, Browne CJ. (2020). Infection severity across scales in multi-strain immuno-epidemiological Dengue model structured by host antibody level. Journal of mathematical biology, 80(6)

Joshua S. Weitz, Guanlin Li, H. GULBUDAK, Michael H. Cortez, Rachel J. Whitaker. (2019). Viral invasion fitness across a continuum from lysis to latency. Virus Evolution, 5(1)

Gulbudak H, Weitz JS. (2019). Heterogeneous viral strategies promote coexistence in virus-microbe systems. Journal of theoretical biology, (462)

Gulbudak H, Cannataro VL, Tuncer N, Martcheva M. (2017). Vector-Borne Pathogen and Host Evolution in a Structured Immuno-Epidemiological System. Bulletin of mathematical biology, 79(2)

Gulbudak H, Weitz JS. (2016). A touch of sleep: biophysical model of contact-mediated dormancy of archaea by viruses. Proceedings. Biological sciences, 283(1839)

Tuncer N, Gulbudak H, Cannataro VL, Martcheva M. (2016). Structural and Practical Identifiability Issues of Immuno-Epidemiological Vector-Host Models with Application to Rift Valley Fever. Bulletin of mathematical biology, 78(9)

Browne C, Gulbudak H, Webb G. (2015). Modeling contact tracing in outbreaks with application to Ebola. Journal of theoretical biology, (384)

Gulbudak H, Martcheva M. (2014). A structured avian influenza model with imperfect vaccination and vaccine-induced asymptomatic infection. Bulletin of mathematical biology, 76(10)

Gulbudak H, Martcheva M. (2013). Forward hysteresis and backward bifurcation caused by culling in an avian influenza model. Mathematical biosciences, 246(1)

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