Dr. Zhenzhen (Tacy) Shi
Post Doctoral Fellow
Ph.D., Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Kansas State University
B.S., Traffic and Equipment Information Engineering, Central South University
Office: Mosier Hall P222
My research is focused on immune system modeling and clinical decision-making. Current research studies on modeling and simulation of Type I Diabetes (T1D) using mathematical modeling, agent-based modeling, and object-oriented programming
Shi Z, Chapes SK, Ben-Arieh D, Wu C-H. 2016. An Agent-Based Model of a Hepatic Inflammatory Response to Salmonella: A Computational Study under a Large Set of Experimental Data. PLoS ONE 11(8): e0161131.
Shi Z, Ben-Arieh D, Wu C-H. 2016 A Preliminary Study of Sepsis Progression in an Animal Model using Agent-based Modeling. International Journal of Modelling and Simulation 36(1-2): 1-11.
Shi, Z.Z., Wu, C.H., Ben-Arieh, D. and Simpson, S.Q. 2015. Mathematical Model of Innate and Adaptive Immunity of Sepsis: A Modeling and Simulation Study of Infectious Disease. BioMed Research International, Vol. 2015, pp. 1-31.
Shi, Z.Z., Wu, C.H. and Ben-Arieh, D. 2014. Agent-based Model: A Surging Tool to Simulate Infectious Disease in the Immune System. Open Journal of Modeling and Simulation, Vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 12-22.
Wu, J., Ben-Arieh, D. and Shi, Z.Z. 2011. An Autonomous Multi-Agent Simulation Model for Acute Inflammatory Response. International Journal of Artificial Life Research, Vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 105-121.