Lecturer in Mathematics and the current EAUMP Coordinator , College Of Natural And Applied Sciences
PhD in Mathematics, specializing in Biomathematics.
Herieth’s research interests cuts across mathematical modeling of infectious diseases, differential equations and early childhood development. She has been increasing her interests in research on epidemiology modeling of both communicable and non-communicable diseases.
- Rwezaura H., Mtisi E and Tchuenche J.M. (2009) A Mathematical Model of Influenza with Vaccination and Treatment, Chapter 2 in: Recent Progress in Infectious Disease Modelling, Nova Science Publishers, NY, Tchuenche J.M. and Chiyaka C. (eds).
- E. Mtisi, H. Rwezaura and J.M. Tchuenche (2009) A mathematical analysis of malaria and tuberculosis co-dynamics, Discrete Cont. Dyn. Syst. B, 12(4), 827 864.
- A. Solonen, J.M. Tchuenche, H. Rwezaura, H. Haario (2013) Studying the Identifiability of Epidemiological Models Using MCMC. Int. J. Biomath. Vol. 6, No. 2 [18 pages] DOI: 10.1142/S1793524513500083
- Ousmane M. Tessa, Bisso Saley, Herieth Rwezaura and Jean M. Tchuenche, Local Stability Analysis of an Age-Structured Hepatitis B Transmission Model, Chapter in: Dynamical Systems: Theory, Applications and Future Directions Chapters Books (pp. 163-182)