Dobromir Dimitrov

Senior Staff Scientist
Public Health Sciences Division
Affiliate Assistant Professor, Applied Mathematics
University of Washington


University of Texas at Arlington, 2005, PhD (Mathematics)
University of Texas at Arlington, 2003, MS (Mathematics)
Sofia University, 1995, BS (Mathematics)

Research Interests

  • Mathematical modeling of infectious diseases
  • Evaluating impact of interventions for HIV prevention
  • Mathematical biology (population dynamics, epidemic modeling)
  • Dynamical systems (ODE, PDE, and impulsive systems)

Current Projects

  • Comprehensive analysis of drug resistance mechanisms used in mathematical models and their importance to the public health impact of pre-exposure prophylaxis interventions
  • Optimal combined interventions for HIV prevention—theoretical framework based on mathematical models
  • HIV Testing and Treatment to Prevent Onward HIV Transmission among High-Risk Men who have Sex with Men (MSM)

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