Swati DebRoy, Ph.D.
Swati DebRoy

Swati DebRoy, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Mathematics
217 Science & Technology Bldg.
One University Drive, Bluffton, SC  29909
(843) 208-8307
sdebroy@uscb.edu

Research

Mathematical Models on: Treatment and related toxicities of within-host Hepatitis C infection, Childhood Obesity in the Lowcountry, Infectious Diseases, Immunology, Epidemiology, Population Dynamics

Childhood Obesity Research Appendix

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Education and Professional Experience.
Publications and Grants
Undergraduate Research.
Talks.
Services.

Education

Ph. D. in Mathematics Jan 2008 - Dec 2011
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA
Advisor: Dr. Maia Martcheva
Co-advisor: Dr. Ben Bolker
Dissertation: Mathematical modeling of Hepatitis C viral dynamics, treatment and related side-effects.

M.S. in Mathematics Aug 2005 - Dec 2007
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA

M.Sc. in Pure Mathematics Jul 2003 - Jul 2005
University of Burdwan, West Bengal, India

B. Sc. with Honors in Mathematics Jun 2000 - Jun 2003
St. Xavier's College, University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India

Professional Experience

Associate Professor-USCB (August 16, 2018 – present)

Assistant Professor-USCB (August 16, 2013 – August 15, 2018)

Postdoctoral Research Associate -University of Illinois-Chicago
Dept. of Medicine, Section of Hepatology, (May 16, 2012 – August 15, 2012) Supervisor: Dr. Harel Dahari and Dr. Scott Cotler

Lecturer - University of Missouri-Kansas City
Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics (August 16, 2011 – May 15, 2013)

Graduate Teaching Assistant/Instructor
University of Florida, Dept. of Mathematics, (August 15, 2005 – August 10, 2011)

Service Highlights

Director of General Education August 16, 2019 – May 15th, 2021

Program Coordinator for Mathematics August 16, 2017 – July 15, 2018

Publications

  1. Sebastien Lhomme, Swati DebRoy, Nassim Kamar, Florence Abravanel, David Metsu, Olivier Marion, Chloé Dimeglio, Scott J Cotler, Jacques Izopet, Harel Dahari. Plasma Hepatitis E Virus Kinetics in Solid Organ Transplant Patients Receiving Ribavirin. Viruses 11 (7), 630. 2019
  2. Olivia Prosper, Swati DebRoy, Austin Mishoe, Cesar Montalvo, Niyamat Ali Siddiqui, Pradeep Das, Anuj Mubayi. Self-healing and Underreporting of Cases of Visceral Leishmaniasis in Bihar, India: A Mathematical Modeling-based Study. Under Review
  3. Swati DebRoy, Austin Mishoe, Olivia Prosper and Anuj Mubayi. Challenges in Modeling Complexity of Neglected Tropical Diseases: Assessment of Visceral Leishmaniasis Dynamics in Resource Limited Settings". Emerging Themes in Epidemiology,14 (1),10. 2017.
  4. Swati DebRoy, Nobuhiko Hiraga, Michio Imamura, C. Nelson Hayes, Sakura Akamatsu, Laetitia Canini, Alan Perelson, Ralf Pohl, Stefano Persiani, Susan Uprichard, Chise Tateno, Kazuaki Chayama. HCV dynamics and cellular gene expression in uPA-SCID chimeric mice with humanized livers during intravenous silibinin monotherapy". Journal of Viral Hepatitis, 23 (9), 708-717.2016
  5. C Yurdaydin, N Borochov, C Kalkan, S DebRoy, F Karakaya, C Koh, E Karatayli, V Haynes-Williams, SC Karatayli, L Canini, SL Uprichard, AM Bozdayi, I Choong, D Cory, T Heller, SJ Cotler, R Idilman, JS Glenn, H Dahari. Hepatitis delta virus (HDV) kinetics under the prenylation inhibitor lonafarnib suggest HDV-mediated suppression of HBV replication." Journal Hepatology, 2016; 64(Suppl no 2): S587.
  6. Laetitia Canini, Swati DebRoy, Zoe Mario, Jessica M. Conway, Gonzalo Crespo, Miquel Navasa, Massimo D'Amato et al. Severity of liver disease affects HCV kinetics in patients treated with intravenous silibinin monotherapy." Antiviral therapy 20, no. 2 (2014): 149-155
  7. Swati DebRoy, Laetitia Canini, Perisiani Stefano, K Chayama, Ralf-Torsten Pohl, Susan Uprichard, Alan Perelson, Harel Dahari . HCV kinetics in uPA-SCID chimeric mice with humanized livers during intravenous silibinin monotherapy, Hepatology, Vol. 60, pp 1171A-1172A 2014.
  8. Swati DebRoy, Zoe Mario, Gonzalo Crespo, Miquel Navasa, Massimo DAmato, Scott J cotler, Xavier Forns, Harel Dahari . Modeling HCV Kinetics During Intravenous Silibinin monotherapy in the Peritransplant Period, J. of Hepatol, Vol. 58 Suppl 1, 2013, p. S330-S331.
  9. Laetitia Canini, Swati DebRoy, Zoe Mario, Gonzalo Crespo, Miquel Navasa, Massimo DAmato, Scott J cotler, Xavier Forns, Harel Dahari ., "Hepatitis C Virus Kinetic Comparison between Non-cirrhotic Patients and Patients Awaiting Liver-transplantation treated with Intravenous Silibinin Monotherapy", Hepatology, Vol. 58 Suppl 1, 2013, p.758A.
  10. Swati DebRoy, Zoe Mario, Gonzalo Crespo, Miquel Navasa, Massimo DAmato, Scott J cotler, Xavier Forns, Harel Dahari. "Modeling HCV Kinetics During Intravenous Silibinin monotherapy in the Peri-Transplant Period", J. of Hepatol, Vol. 58 Suppl 1, 2013, p. S330-S331
  11. Swati DebRoy, Ben Bolker and Maia Martcheva. "Bistability and Long-Term Cure in a Within-Host of Hepatitis C", J. Biol. Systems, Vol. 19 (4), 2011, p. 533-550. Invited Paper
  12. Swati DebRoy, Christopher Kribs-Zaleta, Anuj Mubayi, Gloriell M. Cardona-Melendez, Liana Medina-Rios, MinJun Kang and Edgar Diaz. "Evaluating Treatment of Hepatitis C for Hemolytic Anemia Management." Mathematical Biosciences 225 (2010) 141-155. doi:10.1016/j.mbs.2010.02.005
  13. Swati DebRoy and Maia Martcheva. "Immuno-Epidemiology and HIV/AIDS: A Modeling Perspective." Mathematical Biology Research Trends, Nova Publishers (2008) ISBN: 978-1-60456-141-8

Grants

Fall 2018 Magellan-Mini Grant at USC, as Faculty Mentor for Shae Gantt on "Mathematical Modeling of Disease Dynamics"
Fall 2016 PI: Swati DebRoy, Advanced Support for Innovative Research Excellence (ASPIRE), Office of Research, University of South Carolina on "Mathematical model for predicting childhood obesity trends"
Spring 2016 Co-PI: Swati DebRoy, (PI: Valerie Meuhleman) National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) Grant from Morehouse School of Medicine on 'Exploring Associations Between Body Mass Index, Race, Gender Socioeconomic Status and Food Choice to Inform School Wellness Policy in South Carolinas' Corridor of Shame'
Fall 2015 PI: Swati DebRoy Sea Island Institute Grant on "Statistical Modeling for Trend Analysis of the Obesity Epidemic in Beaufort County School Children over the Past 8 years".
Spring 2015 PI: Swati DebRoy USCB- Research Grant Award on "Estimating the timedependent efficacy of intravenous silibinin monotherapy in uPA-SCID chimeric mice with humanized livers".
Spring 2015 PI: Swati DebRoy Magellan Scholar Grant at USC, as Faculty Mentor for ustin Mishoe on "Estimating underreporting of deaths due to visceral Leishmaniasis in Bihar, India"
Fall 2014-Present CoPI: Swati DebRoy Eat Smart Move More Lowcountry on "Statistical Analysis of BMI data for Beaufort, Jasper and Hampton County School Districts."
Fall 2014 PI: Swati DebRoy Sea Island Institute Grant on 'Modeling the dynamics o childhood obesity in Beaufort County school children in order to recommend sustainable interventions".
Fall 2014 Magellan-Mini Grant at USC, as Faculty Mentor for Demetrius Rhodes on "Mathematical modeling of childhood obesity"
Fall 2014 Magellan-Mini Grant at USC, as Faculty Mentor for Monique Whitely on "Statistical analysis of childhood obesity in Beaufort County"
Fall 2014 Magellan-Mini Grant at USC, as Faculty Mentor for Peter Mize on "Mathematical modeling of Leishmaniasis in Bihar, India".
Fall 2011 Students Engaged in Artistic and Academic Research (SEARCH) Grant, UMKC 2012 on " Mathematical Model to Quantify Dosing and Evaluate Effects of Modifications of Cancer Virotherapy". PI: Brent Rogers, Swati DebRoy. Granted.
Spring 2009 NSF Grant for The Second SIAM Gators Student Conference, March 2009. PI: Dr. Sergii Pilyugin. (Grant writing committee: Swati DebRoy, Minah Oh, Souvik Bhattacharya). Granted.

Undergraduate Student Research Mentoring Highlights

Adviser of the Quantitative Modeling Research Group at USCB (Fall 2013- present)
Undergraduate advisees Shae Gantt presented research poster at prestigious Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) Life Sciences National Conference 2018 in Minnesota.

Undergraduate advisees presented 23 research posters at Student Research and Scholarship Day (SRSD) at USCB with awards (exhaustive list later)

  • 1st prize by Arcadia Martinez-Canalez and Cierra Chapman in Issue Based category
    (Spring 2019)
  • 3rd prize by Haley Sutcli_e and Ryan Reynolds in Issue Based category (Spring 2018)
  • 3rd prize by Monique Whitely et al. in Hypothesis Driven category (Spring 2017)
  • 1st prize by Austin Mishoe in Hypothesis Driven category (Spring 2014)

Undergraduate advisees presented 5 research posters at Discovery Day in USC Columbia with
awards (exhaustive list later)

  • 1st prize by Monique Whitely in Public Health category (Spring 2017)
  • 2nd prize by Austin Mishoe in Engineering, Computing, and Math Category (Spring
    2016)
Co-adviser of Mathematical Biology Journal Club and Seminar Series

Undergraduate advisees attended prestigious national summer Research Experience for
Undergraduates (REU)

  • Student Shae Gantt attended Summer Program in Epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, 2019
  • Student Austin Mishoe attended Summer Program in Epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, 2015
  • Student Demetrius Rhodes attended REU at Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute at Arizona State University, 2015
Undergraduate advisees have received 1 Magellan Scholar grant and 5 Magellan-Mini grants.
Undergraduate advisee has published one research article in a peer-reviewed journal while several others are under review or in preparation.

Undergraduate Student Research Poster Presentations

Spring 2019

  • Math Solves the Makeup Mystery. Arcadia Martinez-Canalez and Cierra Chapman. First Prize in SRSD Issue Based category.
  • Association of Race, Gender, and Age to Blood Pressure Within Children of Hampton County, SC. Shrader Doray, Carolina Heaton and Sarah Queen

  • Association of body-mass index, gender and race to choice of lunch item among middle-school students in Jasper County, SC. Hannah Johnson and Elizabeth Peritt

  • Rising Tuition of Higher Education in Relation to Cost of Living and Population Density. Jacob Fischer

  • Stepwise shifts in the abundance and size of microplastic particles in Beaufort County municipal wastewater and drinking water. Justin Davies, B. Evans, C. Dobrivska, S.A. Borgianini, PhD

Spring 2018

  • Kala-azars Correlations with Structural Differences. Robert Lanier and Daniella Borjas.
  • Active Bacterial Core Development into Meningitis. Derek George and Sierra Britt.
  • Fecal Coliform Bacteria and Oysters in Okatie RIver. Haley Sutcliffe and Ryan Reynolds. Third Prize in SRSD Issue-based Category
  • Childhood Obesity in the Lowcountry. Shae Gantt. (SRSD, Discovery Day and Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics Conference on Life Sciences in Minnesota, MN).

Spring 2017

  • Associations between Body Mass Index, Gender, Grade and Food Choice among Middle Schoolers in Jasper County, SC. Monique Whitely, Demetrius Rhodes, Kwesi Lincoln, Valerie Meuhleman, Lydia Breland and Alan Warren. (First prize in Discovery Day in Public Health category and Third prize in SRSD in Hypothesis-driven category)
  • An Educational Intervention to Promote Healthy-lifestyle choices among Middle Schoolers in Jasper County, SC. Madison Johnson, Monique Whitely, Valerie Meuhleman, Lydia Breland and Alan Warren.
  • Mathematical Model to Characterize Childhood Obesity in Schools. Demetrius Rhodes (Discovery-Day in Public Health category and SRSD Hypothesis-driven category)
  • Comparing Spatial Significance to Estimated Asymptomatic Cases of Visceral Leishmaniasis in Bihar, India. Kyana Grimball and Michael Cook (SRSD, Hypothesis-driven category)
  • Acoustic Propagation of Fish Calls in the May River, South Carolina. Shaneel Bivek, Austin Roller and Eric Montie (SRSD, Hypothesis-driven category)

Spring 2016

  • Mathematical Model to Estimate Underreporting and Asymptomatic Visceral Leishmaniasis Cases in Bihar, India. Austin Mishoe (Second prize at Discovery Day in Math and Engg category and SRSD, Hypothesis-driven category)
  • Characterize the decline in percentage of overweight and obese children in Beaufort County school children. Demetrius Rhodes, Alan Warren, MPH, PhD, Valerie Muehleman (Discovery Day in Public Health Category and SRSD, Hypothesis-driven category)
  • Mathematical modeling of a decade of MRSA infection in Beaufort SC. Trong Duc Le (SRSD, Hypothesis-driven category)
  • Modeling of Spotted Seatrout (Cynoscion nebulosus) Egg Production in May River, South Carolina and Impacts of Storm water Runoffs on Reproductive Output. Bradshaw McKinney and Eric Montie. (SRSD, Hypothesis-driven category)
  • Statistically Analyzing Inuence of Socio-economic Factors on Prevalence of Juvenile Crime in Eastern Counties of SC. Shauna Patrick (SRSD, Issue Based/Descriptive category)
  • Statically Analyzing the Impact of a Six-week Strength and Speed Building Training Program on High-school Football Lineman. Humberto Delatorre (SRSD, Issue Based/Descriptive category)
  • The Reemergence of Pertussis. Jessica Taylor (SRSD, Issue Based/Descriptive Category)

Spring 2015

  • Mathematical Model to Estimate Underreporting of Visceral Leishmaniasis in Bihar, India. Austin Mishoe (SRSD, Hypothesis-driven category)
  • Health Watch: Obesity among Juveniles in Hampton and Jasper Counties. Demetrius Rhodes and Alan Warren (SRSD, Descriptive-Issue based)
  • Health Watch: Obesity among Juveniles in Beaufort County school children. Monique Whitely, Kwesi Lincoln, Demetrius Rhodes, and Alan Warren (SRSD, Descriptive-Issue based)
  • MRSA, the super-bug Among us: Lessons learned in Beaufort. Karla Fornear, Magdalena Madera (SRSD, Hypothesis-driven category)
  • The effect of Incubation time and clutch size on the emergence success of sea turtles. Rebecca Persons, Daniel Charles Northcut, Danielle Scolaro and Steve Borgianini (SRSD, Hypothesis-driven category)

Spring and Fall 2014

  • Estimating the Effect of Ezemetibe and Interferon-alpha on hepatitis C Viral RNA in vitro. Austin Mishoe won (First Prize in SRSD Hypothesis Driven category)
  • Systematically Applying Research to Address Visceral Leishmaniasis in Poor Communities. Peter Mize for GIGS Conference
  • Mathematical Model to Estimate Underreporting of Deaths due to Visceral Leishmaniasis in Bihar, India. Austin Mishoe for GIGS Conference
  • Duration of SIL treatment in HCV patients using Mathematical Model. Demetrius Rhodes for GIGS Conference

Honors and Awards

Undergraduate student advisee, Austin Mishoe awarded Second Prize in Poster Presentation at Discovery Day. University of South Carolina.
Undergraduate student advisee, Austin Mishoe awarded First Prize in Hypothesis at the Research and Scholarship Day. USCB
Undergraduate student advisee awarded First Prize in the Biological and Health Sciences category of the UMKC 12th SEARCH Symposium for Research and Creative Achievements, 2012
SIAM Life Sciences Conference 2012, Early Career Travel Award, Summer 2012
UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Graduate Travel Award, Summer 2010
UF Center for Applied Mathematics Travel Award, Summer 2010
UF Graduate Students Council Travel Award, Summer and Fall 2010
SIAM Life Sciences Conference Student Travel Award, 2010
CMPD3 Conference Student Travel Award, 2010
Certificate for most outstanding contribution to UF SIAM student chapter, 2006-07 and 2008-09
Third Prize for SIAM "Math Matters, Apply it" Flyer Contest, January 2007

Refereed for Journal and Grants

Journals

  • Obesity
  • Obesity Science and Practice
  • PLoS ONE
  • Journal of Biological Systems

Grants

  • Magellan-Scholar Grants at University of South Carolina
  • Support to Promote Advancement of Research and Creativity, or SPARC, Graduate Research Grant Proposals

Scientific Forums Organized

Organized session on "Statistical Modeling and Applications" at the VI Workshop on Computational Data Analysis and Numerical Methods 2019 in Covilha, Portugal.
Co-organized mini-symposium on "Advances in Modeling Vector-Borne Neglected Tropical Diseases" at the Computational and Mathematical Population Dynamics 5 Conference, 2019, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
Co-organized two mini-symposiums on "Mathematical Modeling of Obesity" at the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)- Life Sciences Conference, 2016 at Boston, USA.
Co-organized the Second Annual Gateway to Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies Conference at USCB, October 2015
Co-organized two mini-symposiums at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Society of Mathematical Biology, Atlanta
Co-organized the First Annual Gateway to Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies Conference at USCB (2014).
Co-organized two mini-symposiums on "Advances in Mathematical Modeling of Complex Aspects and Control of Some Prevalent Infectious Diseases" at the SIAM Life Sciences Conference, 2014 at Charlotte, USA.
Co-founder and organizer of the Mathematical Biology Journal Club and Seminar Series at USCB
President of the organizing committee of The Second SIAM Gators Student Conference, UF, 2009.
Weekly SIAM Seminar for Fall 2006 - Spring 2009.
Weekly Mathematical Biology Seminar, Dept. of Mathematics, UF, 2008-2009.

Invited Conference Presentations

Symposium, VI Workshop on Computational Data Analysis and Numerical Methods 2019 in Covilha, Portugal.
Mini-symposium, Computational and Mathematical Population Dynamics 5 Conference, 2019, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
International Conference on Advances in Interdisciplinary Statistics and Combinatorics at University of North Carolina, 2018 at Greensboro, USA.
Annual Meeting of the Obesity Society and American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, 2018 at Nashville, TN. Poster presentation.
Indo – US Workshop on Modeling Dynamics, Statistical Inference and Prediction of Infectious Diseases (WMoDSIP-ID), Sri Satya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, 2018, Puttaparthi, India.
Mini-symposium, SIAM Life Sciences Conference, 2016 at Boston, USA.
Mini-symposium, SIAM Life Sciences Conference, 2014 at Charlotte, USA.
First Annual Gateway to Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies Conference at USCB (2014)
Presented a session on "Extracting Information from Observed Data for Mathematical Models Workshop" at the 4th Mathematical and Statistical Modeling of Complex Systems at Northeastern Illinois University-Chicago. May 2014.
Invited talk, Mini-symposium, SIAM Life Sciences Conference, San Diego, CA, 2012
9th AIMS Conference, 2012 at Orlando, USA.
Invited talk, Workshop in Mathematical Ecology, IISER, Kolkata, India, 2010
Invited talk, Special session in the SIAM Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, 2010
Invited talk, Special session in CMPD3 conference, Bordeaux, France, 2010
Talk, The Second SIAM Gators Student Conference, Gainesville, FL, 2009

Seminar Talks

All Creatures Great and Small at the First Presbyterian Church, Hilton Head. Presentation Title: Salad-bar Study in Jasper County. February 2018.
Board Presentation: the Jasper County Board of Education Monthly Meeting, to report back on the salad-bar intervention executed at the Hardeeville-Ridgeland Middle School in 2016-2017. Presentation title: Promoting Healthy Lifestyle Choices. December, 2018.
Biology Seminar on "Mathematical models of visceral Leishmaniasis deaths in Bihar, India" at USCB, February 2018.
Faculty Brown-bag seminar on "Mentoring Tips for Student Research and Scholarship Day", along with two other faculty at USCB, Dec 2017.
Public Health Seminar on \Mathematical Modeling to Predict Childhood Obesity Trends in School" at Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola University Chicago. August 2016.
Seminar at Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health, Georgia Southern University, February 2016
Seminar at Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of North Florida
The Bio-Seminar, USCB, March 2014
UMKC Mathematics and Statistics Graduate Seminar, 2011
Multiple Talks, The Applied Mathematics Seminar, 2008-2011.
Multiple Talks, The SIAM Gators Student Seminar, 2008-2011.

Workshops Attended

Second Short Course on Mathematical Sciences in Obesity Research, School of Public Health, University of Alabama, Birmingham.
Parameter Estimation for Dynamic Biological Models at NIMBios, University of Tennessee, Knoxville. May 2014.
Optimal Control and Optimization for Biologists at NIMBioS, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, December 2009
Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute (MTBI) Research Training, Arizona State University, Summer 2008 and 2009

Synergistic Activities

Co-founder and co-organizer of the Gateway to Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies Conference at USCB since Fall 2014, held annually.
Co-founder and organizer of the Mathematical Biology Journal Club and Seminar Series at USCB
Member of SIAM and Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM liaison for UMKC 2012-2013)
Poster presented at SACNAS National Conference, 2009
Poster presented at UF NSF Research Day, 2009
Elected officer for SIAM Gator Student chapter as President (2008-2009)
Elected Vice President (2007-2008) and Treasurer (2006-2007) for SIAM Gator Student Chapter
Attended conferences including SIAM Annual meeting 2008-2010, H1N1 Flu Conference, Arizona State University, 2009

Computer Skills

Programming in languages such as R, Matlab, Fortran, Berkeley-Madonna
Software Tools like Mathematica, Latex, Maple and MSOffice

Services to University

Member of Search Committee for Chair of the Department of Business, 2018
Member of Search Committee for Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Business, 2018
Member of the Student Research and Scholarship Day Committee, 2017-2020
Organizing Committee of the Third Gateway to Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies Conference, 2017
Chair of Academic Programs Review Committee, Fall 2017
Assisting in organizing the India Summit at USCB, 2017
Participated in activities at the Board of Trustees visit, 2016
Participated in the EVCAA search, 2016
Participated in meeting with the Superintendent of Jasper County school district, being invited by the Chancellor.
Invited lecture in HRPO 460: Evaluation in Health Promotion course taught by Diana Reindal about data analysis using Microsoft Excel. Spring Semester, 2016
Drove USCB students to the Eagle Undergraduate Mathematics Conference (EUMC 2016) at Georgia Southern University for one-day, 2016
Organizing Committee of the Third Gateway to Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies Conference (cancelled the day before due to Hurricane Matthew), 2016
Co-organized the Second Annual Gateway to Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies Conference at
USCB, October 2015
Co-organized the First Annual Gateway to Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies Conference at USCB (2014).
Sample lecture at Accepted Students Day on Using Math to Protect against Bad Diseases.2014-2015
Co-founder and organizer of the Mathematical Biology Journal Club and Seminar Series at USCB
Invited lecture in UNIV 250 about basics of fractions and math concepts useful in Nursing profession 2014-2015
Member of the Search Committee for Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Philosophy 2014.
Participated in the Spring Campus Day at USCB, 2014-2015

Services to Department

Program Coordinator for Mathematics, 2017-2018
Prepared Institutional Effectiveness and Objectives Assessment Plan and Report for 2016-2017 and 2017-2018
Developed Strategic Goals and Objective, Student Learning Outcome with the assessment criteria for Mathematics Major in both tracks, Mathematical Sciences and Secondary Education 2017-2018
Completed the Board of Trustees report on Mathematics Major degree program, 2017
Participate in faculty observation and evaluation, 2017-2018
Creating/Finalizing teaching schedule for Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2018
Advises Mathematics Majors 2017-present
Co-Organized Math major Party for Mathematics Majors and Math Bootcamp participants Fall 2017
Co-Organized _rst Family Picnic for Department of Mathematics and Computational Science, Fall 2017
Hosted table at Major-Minor Fair, Fall 2017
Chair of Search Committee for Instructor of Mathematics (successful), 2017
Chair of Search Committee for Assistant Professor of Mathematics (successful), 2016
Chair of the Search Committee for Tenure-track Assistant Professor and Instructor in Mathematics (successful), 2015.
Member of the Search Committee for Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Mathematics Education 2014.
Assisting in writing the proposal for the new Mathematics degree with concentrations in Secondary Education and Pure Mathematics specifically with the assessments and their aliment with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) standards. 2013-2014
Member of the student learning outcomes of the College Algebra Committee 2013-present

Services to Greater Community

Mentoring A. T. Still medical school students from Ridgeland on statistical analysis of their research project, 2016-present
Advising graduate student at University of Alabama-Huntsville in her Master's thesis. Data analysis aspect of her project involving effects of green coffee on health of obese people, 2015-present
Co-organizing outreach presentations promoting STEM disciplines and college education among high school students. 2014-present
Working with the Beaufort, Hampton and Jasper County School district health data to assess trends in obesity. 2014-present
Statistically analyzed survey data for the capstone project of Susan Roos, Senior Director of Nursing Quality at the Beaufort Memorial Hospital. She has successfully defended her for her Doctor for Nursing Practice degree from the American Sentinel University.2014-2015