Jennings Hall 367
1735 Neil Ave, Columbus, OH 43210
- PhD in Mathematics, The Ohio State University, 1997
When I have the opportunity to do research, it lies somewhere in the interactions between networks (graph theory), algebra, and biology (especially epidemiology). My two most recent projects involve an individual-based network model for the spread of heavy drinking, and parameter identifiability in SIR and SIR-type models.
Tony Nance is an Auxiliary Assistant Professor of Mathematics at The Ohio State University and currently serves as Deputy Director of MBI. His current duties at MBI include working with the MBI postdocs on all aspects of professional development and overseeing the MBI Summer REU Program and Capstone Conference. He has served his local, national, and international communities in numerous ways, including being co-founder and Director of Calculus Remote at OSU (CROSU), serving as the first full-time Director of the Mathematics and Statistics Learning Center (MSLC) at OSU, being a member of the inaugural Postdoctoral Advisory Council (PAC) for the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs at OSU, serving as a charter member of Rose-Hulman’s Biomathematics Curriculum Board, serving on the Conference Committee of the Museum of Math’s biannual MOVES conferences since their inception, and serving on the steering, workshop, and public lectures committees for the global Mathematics of Planet Earth initiative.