Lord Robert May Best Paper Prize
Journal of Biological Dynamics
About the prize
The Lord Robert May Prize is awarded biennially to the author(s) of the best paper published in Journal of Biological Dynamics with the prize announced at the International Conference on Mathematical Modelling and Analysis of Populations in Biological Systems.
The winning author(s) receives the equivalent of GB £200 and can receive books of up to the value of GB £100.
|2017-2018 WINNER||Brian P. Yurk & Christina A. Cobbold||Homogenization techniques for population dynamics in strongly heterogeneous landscapes||12||1|
|2015-16 WINNER||Michael R. Kelly Jr., Joseph H. Tien, Marisa C. Eisenberg & Suzanne Lenhart||The impact of spatial arrangements on epidemic disease dynamics and intervention strategies||10||1|
|2015-16 WINNER||Diana Knipl||A new approach for designing disease intervention strategies in metapopulation models||10||1|
|2013-14 WINNER||Marion Weedermann, Gunog Seo & Gail Wolkowicz||Mathematical model of anaerobic digestion in a chemostat: effects of syntrophy and inhibition||7||1|
|2010-12 WINNER||Frank M. Hilker||Population collapse to extinction: the catastrophic combination of parasitism and Allee effect||4||1|
|2010-12 WINNER||Shweta Bansal , Jonathan Read , Babak Pourbohloul & Lauren Ancel Meyers||The dynamic nature of contact networks in infectious disease epidemiology||4||5|