BSc, University of Toronto (Canada); MBA, Rochester Institute of Technology; MSc, Ph.D., University of Guelph (Canada)
Bernard Brooks has been invited to present his rumor propagation research at numerous research institutions including the S.N.Bose National Centre For Basic Sciences in Calcutta, the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and the Institute for Advanced Studies in Vienna. He has been featured in the popular media as well on programs such as World Business on CNBC Europe and National Public Radio’s Science Friday: Using Math to Track Terrorists.
Dr. Brooks won the Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching in 2012.
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April 9, 2020
Developing treatments by the numbers
Developing treatments for viruses involves many experts, but where do statisticians and mathematicians fit into the equation?