Researcher at the UPR Cayey studies the effectiveness of COVID-19 prevention measures through mathematical models

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With the purpose of developing mathematical models that study the effectiveness of interventions such as physical distancing, effective treatment and / or social distancing in the prevention, mitigation or eradication of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Mayteé Cruz Aponte of the University of Puerto Rico in Cayey (UPR-Cayey), is developing an investigation to evaluate the existing mitigation measures in order to design additional methods for the eradication of the current pandemic.


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Here, you can find the Facilitation Guide (Spanish) for the UPR-IPERT Resilience Coaching Workshops, which was created for the "Retention Resilience" component of the "Enhancing Research Training through Empowerment, Resilience, and Civic Engagement" proposal. funded by the “Innovative Programs to Enhance Research Training” (UPR-IPERT) of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH grant 5R25GM121270-02).

This program existed during 2017-2022 with the objective of developing innovation, perseverance, academic excellence, social responsibility and interdisciplinary work in both students and teachers. Students were expected to develop complementary skills to those of research in the area of ​​Biomedical Sciences and Behavioral Sciences. It was administered by the Interdisciplinary Research Institute of UPR Cayey with the collaboration of UPR Humacao and CienciaPR.

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