ibrahim Halil Aslan

Postdoctoral Scholar, Hopkins Marine Station
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Tennessee Knoxville (2019)
MS, University of Tennessee Knoxville, Mathematics with Concentration in Mathematical Ecology/Evolution (2016)
MS, Gaziantep University, Applied Mathematics (2011)
BSc, Mersin University, Mathematics (2009)
ibrahim Halil Aslan
My research primarily focuses on mathematical modeling for infectious diseases, which continue to pose significant threats to global health. I employ mathematical tools to derive crucial insights such as identifying patterns, forecasting pandemic trajectories, and assessing the effectiveness of various interventions, thereby informing public health policies and decision-making at local and global scales.

I am currently a postdoctoral scholar in the De Leo Lab and developing mechanistic models to investigate the impact of climate change on the transmission of the parasitic disease schistosomiasis, a role I have held since 2022. Prior to this, I completed my Ph.D. at the University of Tennessee in the Department of Mathematics, specializing in Mathematical Ecology/Evolution, in 2019. Subsequently, I served as a faculty member at Batman University.