I received my Ph.D. in mathematics at the University of Tennessee in 2019 and soon thereafter joined the faculty at Eckerd College. My research area is Mathematical Biology with a focus in disease modeling. I enjoy teaching applied mathematics courses including probability, statistics and differential equations.
Fox, L. and Sulyok C., Ritchie, H., Lanzas, C., Lenhart, S., & Day, J., (2021). Mathematically Modeling the Effect of Touch Frequency on the Environmental Transmission of Clostridioides difficile in Healthcare Settings. Submitted to Mathematical Biosciences.
Fox, L. (2019). Two Applications of Mathematical Modeling: Control Mechanisms of Heart Rate Variability and Contribution of Environmental Pathways in Disease Transmission [Ph.D. dissertation, University of Tennessee]. TRACE.
Spring 2021 Courses
MA 133M - Statistics, an Introduction (Winter Term)
MA 133M - Statistics, an Introduction
MA 334 - Probability & Statistics II