Tim Reluga

Associate Professor of Mathematics and Biology

Tim Reluga

Research Summary

Dynamics of biological systems

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Game Theory Infection Health Costs Vaccination Viscosity Infectious Diseases Public Health Immunity Game Vaccines Population Herd Immunity Animals Epidemics Policy Communicable Diseases Public Policy Infections Community Model Population Dynamics Distribution Costs And Cost Analysis Network Model

Most Recent Papers

Dynamic and game theory of infectious disease stigmas

Timothy C. Reluga, Rachel A. Smith, David P. Hughes, 2019, Journal of Theoretical Biology on p. 95-107

Game dynamic model of social distancing while cost of infection varies with epidemic burden

Samit Bhattacharyya, Timothy Reluga, 2019, IMA Journal of Applied Mathematics on p. 23-43

Unintended consequences and the paradox of control: Management of emerging pathogens with age-specific virulence

Spencer Carran, Matthew Ferrari, Timothy Reluga, 2018, PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases on p. e0005997

Provisioning of public health can be designed to anticipate public policy responses

Jing Li, Darla V. Lindberg, Rachel A. Smith, Timothy C. Reluga, 2017, The Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics on p. 163-190

The importance of being atomic: Ecological invasions as random walks instead of waves

Timothy C. Reluga, 2016, Theoretical Population Biology on p. 157-169

Resource distribution drives the adoption of migratory, partially migratory, or residential strategies

Timothy C. Reluga, Allison K. Shaw, 2015, Theoretical Ecology on p. 437-447

Optimal migratory behavior in spatially-explicit seasonal environments

Timothy C. Reluga, Allison K. Shaw, 2014, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems - Series B on p. 3359-3378

Population viscosity suppresses disease emergence by preserving local herd immunity

Timothy C. Reluga, Eunha Shim, 2014, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

A reduction method for Boolean network models proven to conserve attractors

Assieh Saadatpour, Réka Albert, Timothy C. Reluga, 2013, SIAM Journal on Applied Dynamical Systems on p. 1997-2011

Equilibria of an epidemic game with piecewise linear social distancing cost

Timothy C. Reluga, 2013, The Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics on p. 1961-1984

Most-Cited Papers

A general approach for population games with application to vaccination

Timothy C. Reluga, Alison P. Galvani, 2011, Mathematical Biosciences on p. 67-78

Erratic flu vaccination emerges from short-sighted behavior in contact networks

Daniel M. Cornforth, Timothy C. Reluga, Eunha Shim, Chris T. Bauch, Alison P. Galvani, Lauren Ancel Meyers, 2011, PLoS Computational Biology

A reduction method for Boolean network models proven to conserve attractors

Assieh Saadatpour, Réka Albert, Timothy C. Reluga, 2013, SIAM Journal on Applied Dynamical Systems on p. 1997-2011

Equilibria of an epidemic game with piecewise linear social distancing cost

Timothy C. Reluga, 2013, The Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics on p. 1961-1984

Games of age-dependent prevention of chronic infections by social distancing

Timothy C. Reluga, Jing Li, 2013, Journal of Mathematical Biology on p. 1527-1553

Dynamic and game theory of infectious disease stigmas

Timothy C. Reluga, Rachel A. Smith, David P. Hughes, 2019, Journal of Theoretical Biology on p. 95-107

Resource distribution drives the adoption of migratory, partially migratory, or residential strategies

Timothy C. Reluga, Allison K. Shaw, 2015, Theoretical Ecology on p. 437-447

Population viscosity suppresses disease emergence by preserving local herd immunity

Timothy C. Reluga, Eunha Shim, 2014, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

The importance of being atomic: Ecological invasions as random walks instead of waves

Timothy C. Reluga, 2016, Theoretical Population Biology on p. 157-169

Optimal migratory behavior in spatially-explicit seasonal environments

Timothy C. Reluga, Allison K. Shaw, 2014, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems - Series B on p. 3359-3378