Dr Faraimunashe Chirove

Faraimunashe Chirove   Dr Chirove is in the area of Mathematical biology focusing on In-host mathematical models for infectious diseases as well as population dynamics, modeling infectious diseases such HIV, TB, Malaria, etc. and  various co-infections scenarios.  He holds a BSc, MSc and PhD in mathematics. He is a recipient of the Africa-US student’s fellowship awards at MBI whose experience continues to inspire him to train young mathematicians into the area of Mathematical biology. 

He is expanding his research interests to include the modeling of zoonotic diseases in South Africa as well as data modeling. He graduated a number post graduate students and currently supervising and co-supervising post-graduate students in his 10 years teaching career at tertiary institutions
  “The effective approach to solving problems is to start simple”
  PhD in Mathematics (Mathematical Biology)
MSc in Mathematics
BSc (honours) in Mathematics
Recent Publications:    F. Chirove and E. M. Lungu. Modelling HIV infection with specific Anti-HIV immune response, 2013 in A treatise of biological models, by Farai Nyabadza, E. M. Lungu and M. Kgosimore.

F. Chirove and E. M. Lungu. Effects of replicative fitness on competing viral strains, Biosystems, 113 (1): 28-36, 2013.

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