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Durgesh Sinha, female, did Ph. D (Applied Mathematics), M. Sc. (Mathematics), B. Sc. (Mathematics honors) in 2000, 1996, and 1994 respectively from Vinoba Bhave University, Jharkhand, India. Apart from this she did M. Sc. from Civil and Environmental Engineering department, Temple University, Philadelphia, USA in 2008 to enhance skill on Applied sciences. Since 2008, she started teaching at Temple University (2008), Rowan College at Burlington County (2009), Strayer University (2010), Community College of Philadelphia (2014), and Mercer County Community College (2014) till current as an Adjunct Assistant professor. Meanwhile I involved in research of Computer virus and infectious diseases modeling, and I published three papers in reputed Journal Scientific Reports (Nature), and J Immunol. Tech. Infect. Disease in 2016, and 2018. My current research goal is of Epidemics and cyber-crime.
This research investigates an infectious disease caused by an RNA virus called Zika, both in mosquitoes and humans. The Zika arbovirus transmitted by the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes has been shown to be capable of infecting humans via two routes: the bites of infected vectors and through sexual contacts involving infected and non-infected persons. Zika virus can cause influenza in effected humans and several diseases in infants of infected pregnant women. Author has formulated a mathematical model SEIPRRbRib for human population and SEI for vector population to see effect of Zika virus on the human, pregnant women, zika infected newborn baby from infected pregnant women and mosquito population. They computed the basic reproduction number for both human and mosquito population. They have used data of real cases in the United States. Author’s aim is to show the rate of transmission and consequences in new born infants with brain disorder and to help taking precautions against this disease.