Assistant Professor of
Department of Mathematics
and Computer Science
Valparaiso, IN, 46383
dot maxin at valpo
Research Interests: Mathematical Biology
and Epidemiology, Population Dynamics
1. L. Berec and D. Maxin, Fatal or
harmless: extreme bistability induced by sterilizing,
sexually transmitted pathogens, Bull.
Math. Biol, doi:10.1007/s11538-012-9802-5,
L. Berec, M. Covello*, J. Jessee*, M. Zimmer*, The
impact of sexually abstaining groups on persistence of sexually transmitted infections
in populations with ephemeral pair bonds, J.
Theor. Biol., 292 (2012), 1-10, pdf
and D. Maxin, Double
impact of sterilizing pathogens: added value of increased life expectancy on
pest control effectiveness, J.
Math. Biol., 64(7)
(2012), 1281-1311, pdf
T. Olson* and A. Shull*, Vertical
transmission in epidemic models of sexually transmitted diseases with isolation
from reproduction, Involve, 4-1,
(2011), 13-26 pdf
and L. Berec, A
two-sex demographic model with single-dependent divorce rate, J. Theor.
Biol., (265)(4)(2010), 647-656 pdf
D. Maxin, Proving that three lines are concurrent,
C.M.J. (March, 2009) pdf
D. Maxin, The influence of sexually active non-reproductive
groups on persistent sexually transmitted diseases, J.
Biol. Dynamics 3(5)(2009) 532-550 pdf
D. Maxin and
F.A. Milner, The role of sexually
abstained groups in two-sex demographic and epidemic logistic models with
non-linear mortality, J.
Theor. Biol. 258(3)(2009), 389-402 pdf
D. Maxin and F.A. Milner, Effects of Non-Reproductive
Groups on persistent sexually transmitted diseases, Math. Biosc and Engin. 4(2007) 505-522 pdf
(*) undergraduate co-author