Jacques Bélair

PhD (Cornell)
Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Université de Montréal



Research

Mathematical models for biological systems: physiological regulation, in particular hematopoiesis and interactions between effects of intrinsic cytokines and external pharmaceutical interventions in diseased states. Modeling of infectious diseases, in particular zoonotic diseases and intervention strategies to limit their propagation. Mathematical techniques based on dynamical systems (stability, bifurcations, centre manifolds, normal forms) mainly, but not exclusively, in nonlinear delay differential equations in which a physiologically correct meaning and rôle is identified for the time-delays. Research Affiliations

Teaching

Fall 2019
MAT 1951 - Introduction aux mathématiques appliquées
Winter 2020
MAT 2115 - Équations différentielles
MAT 2450 - Mathématiques et technologie

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