### Major Speaker (1 hour Long)

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**Invited Speaker)****CAARMS17 and IPAM****:****17th Annual Conference for African American Researchers in the Mathematical Science**, IPAM, Los Angeles, June, 1-4, 2011.**Title**: Hopf and Backward Bifurcations in a new SIS Malaria Model. - (
**Keynote Speaker)**M. I. Teboh-Ewungkem, A new way to model the dynamics of malaria transmission showing natural occurring oscillations. SAMSA (Southern Africa Mathematical Sciences Association) conference, Gaborone, Botswana, November 29, 2010 **(Shapiro Speaker)**A within-mosquito mathematical model of the malaria parasite*Plasmodium falciparum*and some implications for malaria control, Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, March 2^{nd}2010.**(Guest Speaker)**My Rotary Funded Visit to the University of Buea, Cameroon during May-July 2010, March 18 2010-
**(Seminar Speaker)**Mathematical modeling of the within-vector dynamics of*Plasmodium falciparum*: single and mixed strains, NIH (National Institute of Health) Scientific Seminar series, Bethesda, MD, January 27, 2009 **Guest Speaker at Kutztown University****Sonia Kovalevsky High School Mathematics Day, Part 1 (30 minutes):**Mathematics: How females fare and how determination and hard work can overcome obstacles encountered**, Part 2 (30 minutes): “**A Mathematical Model to Study the Impact of the Recovery Rate on the Dynamics and Transmission of Malaria in a Changing Population: Case of Cameroon”, January 11, 2008, Kutztown, University**Guest Speaker: Morgan State University Seminar Series, “**A Mathematical Model to Study the Impact of the Recovery Rate on the Dynamics and Transmission of Malaria in a Changing Population: Case of Cameroon”, Dixon Research Center, Room 125, Morgan State University, March 1, 2007.**Invited Speaker**: BioConnections, Lafayette College, “A Mathematical Model of a vector-borne infectious disease – Malaria”, October 30, 2006, noon — Kunkel 102.**One of the Main Invited Speakers: CAARMS11 and IPAM,**11th Annual Conference for African American Researchers in the Mathematical Science, IPAM, Los Angeles, California, “Applying a multiple Capillary Substrate and Oxygen Transport Model to Drug Targeting Strategies for Cancer Chemotherapy “, June 21-24, 2005.**Guest Speaker: University of Virgin Islands, St. Thomas,**“The Dynamics and Transmission of malaria” (August 2001).

### Conference Contributed Sessions (10-30 Minutes)

2011

**(Presenter of talk)**A mathematical model to highlight the importance of vector demography in malaria dynamics and control. AMS Joint Mathematics Meetings,*AMS book of Abstracts*, [abstract: 1067-92-735] , New Orleans, LA,**pp 254-255**, January 6-9, 2010

2010

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**Invited Speaker)**M. I. Teboh-Ewungkem, A new SIS malaria model with vector demography showing Natural occurring Oscillations. Blackwell-Tapia Conference 2010, conference, MBI, Ohio State University, Ohio, November 6, 2010

2009

- Thomas Yuster
**, M. I. Teboh-Ewungkem**, Nathan Newman, A Mathematical Model of the Within – Vector Dynamics of the*Plasmodium Falciparum*Protozoan Parasite, 2009 International Conference on Mathematical Biology and Annual Meeting of the Society of Mathematical Biology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, July 27-30, 2009.

**(Presenter of talk) M. I. Teboh-Ewungkem**, Tom Yuster, Nathan Newman, A Mathematical Model of the Within -Vector Dynamics of the*Plasmodium Falciparum*Protozoan Parasite, 2009 SIAM Annual Meeting (AN09), Denver, July 6-10, 2009.

**(Presenter of talk) M. I. Teboh-Ewungkem**, Mathematical Model to Quantify the Impact of the Recovery Rate on the Dynamics and Transmission of Malaria in a Changing Population: Case of Cameroon, AMS Joint Mathematics Meetings,*AMS book of Abstracts*, [abstract: 1046-92-714] , Washington, DC,**pp 254-255**, January 5-8, 2009*.*http://www.ams.org/amsmtgs/2110_abstracts/1046-92-714.pdf

2008

- M. Baird, L. De Pillis, A. H. Lin Erickson, S. Fleming, Z. Lateef , H. Maurer, A. Molinaro,
**M. I. Teboh-Ewungkem**, and A. Wise, An Introductory Mathematical Model of Chronic Skin Inflammation, 7th AIMS International Conference on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications, Book of Abstract, University of Texas Arlington,**pp 209**, May 18-21, 2008*.*

2003-2006* ***(Presenter of all talks)**

- AMS-NAM , San Antonio , “ A uniformly valid composite solution for oxygen distribution, in skeletal muscle, within multiple capillaries and axial diffusion effects”, Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, January 12-15, 2006.
- SIAM Annual Meeting , Hilton New Orleans, Louisiana, “ Effects of Axial Diffusion (Diffusion in the tissue in the direction parallel to the capillaries) on several interacting capillaries in skeletal muscles ”, July 11-15, 2005.
- SMB International Conference , University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, “Co-current and Counter current flow of oxygen and substrate transport from capillaries to tissue “, July 25-28, 2004.
- International Conference on Differential Equations and Applications in Mathematical Biology , Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada, “Mathematical Analysis of Co-current and Counter current flow in Tissue Capillary Exchange”, July 18-23, 2003.
- SMB International Conference , Dundee, Scotland, “Mathematical analysis of oxygen and substrate transport within a multi-capillary system in skeletal muscle “, August 6-9, 2003.

### Poster Session

- IMA (Institute for Mathematics and its Applications) Career Workshop on Minorities and Applied Mathematics , University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, “Oxygen distribution in multiple capillaries in skeletal muscles with axial diffusion “, April 22-24, 2005

### Universities

- Lafayette College , Easton, PA, “The mathematics of an Infectious disease in a changing population-Malaria”, February 2006.
- College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ, “The mathematics of an Infectious vector-Borne disease in a changing population-Malaria”, February 2006.
- Jackson State University, Jackson, MI, “Co-current and Counter current flow of Oxygen and Substrate Transport in a Multi-capillary system in Skeletal Muscles”, June 2004.
- Rochester Institute of Technology , Rochester, NY, “Co-current and Counter current flow of Oxygen and Substrate Transport in a Multi-capillary system in Skeletal Muscles”, April 2004.
- Lafayette College , Easton, PA, “Counter-current and Co-current flow of Oxygen and Substrate Transport in a Multi-capillary system in Skeletal Muscles”, January 2004.
- University of Michigan , Ann Arbor , MI, “Counter-current and Co-current flow of Oxygen and Substrate Transport in a Multi-capillary system in Skeletal Muscles”, January 2004.
- Lehigh University , Mathematical Biology colloquium, “ Malaria dynamics in an endemic region”, December 2003
- Lehigh University , Mathematical Biology (Math 207) class, A one hour lecture on Malaria Epidemics, Spring 2003, Spring 2004
- Moravian College Seminar , Malaria Epidemics, May 2003
- Lehigh University , Graduate Student colloquium, “Transport of oxygen and substrate with and without the inclusion of a facilitator across the capillary in the microcirculation” (January 2002)
- University of Virgin Islands, St. Thomas “The Dynamics and Transmission of malaria” (August 2001).

## Invited Workshops

- NIMBioS Tutorial — Optimal control and optimization for biologists, University of Tennessee, December 15-17, 2009
- Invited to Attend and Participate in a Workshop on: “The Application of Mathematics to Biomedical Problems”, University of Otago, New Zealand, December, 17-19, 2007.
- Invited to attend a workshop at The Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI) on: “Opportunities in Mathematical Biology for Under-represented Groups Workshop,” MBI facilities, The Ohio State University campus, Columbus, Ohio, March, 23-25, 2007.
- Reconnect Satellite Conference 2006 at Morgan State University: Simple and Complex Discrete-time Population Models in Ecology and Epidemiology, July 9 – 15, 2006, Morgan State University, MD. A workshop on Integration of Research and Education, http://dimacs.rutgers.edu/reconnect/Morgan/

- Participated in a workshop on “The Modeling of Cancer Progression and Immunotherapy”, December 12-16, 2005, American institute of Mathematics, Palo Alto, California, http://www.aimath.org/pastworkshops/tumorimmune.html