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Curriculum vitae of Patrick De Leenheer February 3, 2011 Personal details Born in Gent, Belgium on 3/16/1973. Belgian citizen and permanent resident of the USA. Married to Marijke Brutsaert, four children Ninke (age 11 years), Merel (age 9 years), Jenna (age 6 years), and Kate (age 4 years). Current affiliation and coordinates Department of Mathematics, University of Florida, 359 Little Hall, PO Box 118105, Gainesville, FL 32611–8105. (http://www.math.ufl.edu/˜ deleenhe). Phone: 352-392-0281 (ext 240). Education Ghent University (Belgium), Electro-mechanical engineering, M.Sc., July 1995. Ghent University (Belgium), Applied Sciences, Ph.D., December 2000. Academic experience University of Florida, Department of Mathematics, Associate Professor, 2008-present. University of Florida, Department of Mathematics, Assistant Professor, 2004-2008. DIMACS/Rutgers University, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, 2003-2004. Universit´ e Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, Visiting Professor, June 2003. Arizona State University, Visiting Assistant Professor, 2001-2003. Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, Postdoctoral Researcher, 2001. Ghent University, Belgium, Research and Teaching Assistant and PhD Student in IAP (federally funded Interuniversity Attraction Poles programme), 1995-2000. Publications 1. Journal papers, book chapters Published, accepted : S.M. Ciupe, P. De Leenheer, and T.B. Kepler, Paradoxical suppression of broadly neutraliz- ing antibodies in the presence of strain specific antibodies during HIV infection, accepted for publication in Journal of Theoretical Biology. J. Langebrake, L. Riotte-Lambert, C.W. Osenberg, and P. De Leenheer, Differential movement and movement bias models for Marine Protected Areas, accepted for publication in Journal of Mathematical Biology. D. Angeli, P. De Leenheer and E.D. Sontag, Persistence results for chemical reaction networks with time-dependent kinetics and no global conservation laws, SIAM Journal of Applied Math- ematics 71 (1), 128-146, 2011. P. De Leenheer, J. Dockery, T. Gedeon, and S.S. Pilyugin, The chemostat with lateral gene transfer, Journal of Biological Dynamics 4 (6), 607-620, 2010. D. Angeli, P. De Leenheer and E.D. Sontag, Graph-theoretic characterizations of monotonicity of biochemical networks in reaction coordinates, Journal of Mathematical Biology 61 (4), 581-616, 2010. 1
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P. De Leenheer, J. Dockery, T. Gedeon, and S.S. Pilyugin, Senescence and antibiotic resistance in an age-structured population model, Journal of Mathematical Biology 61 (4), 475-499, 2010. L. Wang, P. De Leenheer, and E.D. Sontag, Conditions for Global Stability of Monotone Tridi- agonal Systems with Negative Feedback, Systems and Control Letters 59 (2), 130-138, 2010. P. De Leenheer and N.C. Cogan, Failure of antibiotic treatment in microbial populations, Journal of Mathematical Biology 59 (4), 563-579, 2009 (also arXiv:0807.1943).
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