Тамара Авербух-Фридлендер

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Тамара Авербух-Фридлендер

Tamara Awerbuch-Friedlander
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Место рождения Уругвай

Тамара Авербух-Фридлендер (англ. Tamara Awerbuch-Friedlander) — уругвайский, израильский и американский биоматематик[1].

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Тамара Авербух родилась в Уругвае, и до 12 лет жила в Буэнос-Айресе в Аргентине, затем репатриировалась с родителями в Израиль.

В 1965 году получила степень бакалавра по химии и биохимии в Еврейском университете в Иерусалиме.

В 1967 году получила степень магистра по физиологии в Еврейском университете в Иерусалиме.

Служила в израильской армии.

В октябре 1973 года была приглашена на работу в Массачусетский технологический институт в Кембридже, штат Массачусетс, где стала изучить детоксицированные канцерогены в культурах тканях.

В 1979 году получила докторскую степень по питанию и продовольственной науке в Массачусетском технологическом институте.

Работает в Гарвардской школе общественного здравоохранения в Бостоне, штат Массачусетс.

Занимается изучением распространения эпидемий, заболевания передающиеся половым путем, такие как ВИЧ/СПИД , а также трансмиссивных болезней, таких как малярия и болезнь Лайма.

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  • Awerbuch T.E., Lustman L., and Piret J.M. A numerical method to determine minimal inhibitory concentrations (MIC's) of antibiotics directly from disc-diffusion susceptibility tests, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 9:1–7, 1989.
  • Sandberg, S. and Awerbuch, T.E. Mathematical formulation and studies of the risk parameters involved in HIV transmission. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 51: 467–474, 1989.
  • Kanamori, A. and Awerbuch-Friedlander T.E., The Complete 0¦. Zeitschrift ¦ur Mathematische Logikund Grundlagen der Mathematik 36: 133–141, 1990.
  • Kalish, L.A., Awerbuch, T.E., Bailar, J.C., Bailey, J., Harris, C., Malcolm, A.R., Prager, J.C., Design and classification issues in assessing the risk of complex mixtures. Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials Report, 11: 406–415, 1991.
  • Romieu, I., Sandberg, S., Mohar, A., Awerbuch, T.E., Modeling the AIDS Epidemic in Mexico City. Human Biology, 63: 683–695, 1991.
  • Shtarkshall, R.A. and Awerbuch, T.E., It takes two to tango but one to infect: on the underestimation of the calculated risk for infection, stemming from non-disclosure of either previous risk behavior of seropositivity. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 17: 121–127, 1992.
  • Sandberg, S., Awerbuch, T.E. and Spielman, A., A comprehensive multiple matrix model representing the life cycle of the tick that transmits the agent of Lyme disease Journal of Theoretical Biology, 157: 203–220, 1992.
  • Donnelly C., Leisenring W., Sandberg S., Kanki P., and Awerbuch T. Comparison of transmission rates of HIV-1 and HIV-2 in a cohort of prostitutes in Senegal, Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 55:731–743, 1993.
  • Awerbuch T.E. Evolution of mathematical models of epidemics. In: Wilson, Levins, and Spielman (eds).Disease in Evolution. New York Academy of Sciences, New York 1994, 225–231.
  • Rothberg M., Sandberg S., and Awerbuch T.E. Educational software for simulating risk of HIV infection.Journal of Science Education and Technology, 3: 64–70, 1994.
  • Awerbuch, T.E. and Spielman, A. Host density and tick dynamics: the case of the vector of Lyme disease. In: Perry and Hansen (eds.) Modeling Vector and Other Parasitic Diseases. Nairobi Kenya: ILRAD 1994, 51–65.
  • Levins, R., Awerbuch, T.E., Brinkman, U.Eckardt, I., Epstein, P., Makhaoul, N., Possas, C.A., Puccia, C., Spielman, A., and Wilson, M., Preparing for new diseases. American Scientist, 82: 52–60, 1994.
  • Awerbuch, T.E. and Spielman, A., Role of host density in the ecology of Lyme disease. Axford, J.S., and Reese, D.H. (eds.)Lyme Borreliosis. London: Plenum Press, 1994, 139–146.
  • Awerbuch T.E., and Sandberg S. Trends and oscillations in tick population dynamics. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 175: 511–516, 1995.
  • Sandberg, S., Awerbuch, T.E., and Gonin, R., Simplicity vs. complexity in deterministic models: an application to AIDS data. Journal of Biological Systems, 4: 61–81, 1996.
  • Awerbuch, T.E., Brinkman, U.,Eckardt, I., Epstein, P., Ford, T., Levins, R., Makhaoul, N., Possas, C.A., Puccia, C., Spielman, A., and Wilson, M., Globalization, development, and the spread of disease. In: Goldsmith and Mander (eds.) The Case Against the Global Economy, Sierra Club Books, 1996, 160–170.
  • Kiszewski, A., Awerbuch, T.E., Sandberg, S., and Spielman, A.,A cellular automata model for exploring the relation between sexual behavior and fertility of ticks. The Journal of Biological Systems, 5: 203–213, 1997.
  • Awerbuch T., Bader K., Greenblatt C. An eco-historical analysis of zoonotic disease spread in Israel and the surrounding countries. Proceedings of the Oslo meeting on: The Middle East in a Globalized World. 1998.
  • Bader, K., Awerbuch, T.E., Greenblatt, C., Reemergence of rabies in Israel and the West Bank: the role of the fox. Infectious Disease Review, 20–29, 1999.
  • Awerbuch T, Kiszewski A., and Levins, R., Surprise, Nonlinearity and Complex Behavior. In– Health Impacts of Global Environmental Change: Concepts and Methods; Martens and Mcmichael (eds), 96–102, 2002
  • Karpati A., Galea S., Awerbuch T., and Levins, R. Variability and vulnerability at the ecological level: Implications for understanding the social determinants of health American Journal of Public Health, 92:1768–1772, 2002.
  • Awerbuch, T.E., Gonzalez, C., Hernandez, D., Sibat, R., Tapia, J.L., Levins, R.,and Sandberg S., The natural control of the scale insect Lepidosaphes gloverii on Cuban citrus. Inter American Citrus Network newsletter No21/22, July 2004.
  • Awerbuch-Friedlander T., Levins, R., and Predescu M., The Role of Seasonality in the Dynamics of Deer Tick Populations. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology; 67(3):467–486. 2005 (May).
  • Awerbuch-Friedlander T., Disease dynamics across political borders: The Case Of Rabies in Israel and the Surrounding Countries. Dynamis. Acta Hist. Med. Sci. Hist. Illus. 25, 451–486., 2005.
  • Predescu M., Levins, R., and Awerbuch-Friedlander T.E., Analysis of non-linear System of Difference Equations Linking Mosquito Breeding Sites and Community Intervention, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems, SerB. 6(3)605–622, 2006.
  • Awerbuch-Friedlander T, and Levins, R. Mathematical Models for Health Policy. in Mathematical Models, [Eds. Jerzy A. Filar, and Jacek B. Krawczyk], in Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCO, Eolss Publishers, Oxford, UK, 2006
  • Predescu M, Sirbu R., Levins, R., and Awerbuch-Friedlander T., On the Dynamics of a Deterministic and Stochastic Model for Mosquito Control. Applied Mathematics Letters, (20), 919–925, 2007
  • Kumarapeli V., Awerbuch-Friedlander T., Human rabies focusing on dog ecology: A challenge to public health in Sri Lanka. Acta Trop. 112(1):33–7, 2009 (October).
  • Awerbuch-Friedlander T.E., Levins, R., The Aging Heart and the Loss of Complexity—a Difference Equation Model. Preliminary report. American Mathematical Society, (1056-39-2059), presented at AMS Convention, San Francisco, California, 13 January 2010.

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