Publications in reverse chronological order. Generated by jekyll-scholar.


  1. Transmission of multiple pathogens across species
    Clotilde Djuikem, and Julien Arino
    arXiv preprint arXiv:2405.20264, 2024
  2. Evaluating Infectious Disease Outbreak Potential and Mitigation Effectiveness on Cruise Ships
    Rahele Mosleh, Mortaza Baky-Haskuee, Abbas Ghasemi, and 5 more authors
    Journal of Theoretical Biology, 2024
  3. Redefining pandemic preparedness: Multidisciplinary insights from the CERP modelling workshop in infectious diseases, workshop report
    Marta C. Nunes, Edward Thommes, Holger Fröhlich, and 33 more authors
    Infectious Disease Modelling, 2024
  4. Modelling disease mitigation at mass gatherings: A case study of COVID-19 at the 2022 FIFA World Cup
    Martin Grunnill, Julien Arino, Zachary McCarthy, and 10 more authors
    PLOS Computational Biology, 2024


  1. Investigating air travel network changes in Canada, USA and Europe during COVID-19 using open source data
    Adriana-Stefania Ciupeanu, Ashani Wickramasinghe, Saman Muthukumarana, and 1 more author
    Research Square, 2023
  2. SARS-CoV-2 in Nursing Homes: Analysis of Routine Surveillance Data in Four European Countries
    T. Delory, J. Arino, P.-E. Haÿ, and 2 more authors
    Aging and Disease, 2023
  3. Pandemic modelling for regions implementing an elimination strategy
    Amy Hurford, Maria M. Martignoni, J.C. Loredo-Osti, and 5 more authors
    Journal of Theoretical Biology, 2023
  4. Importation models for travel-related SARS-CoV-2 cases reported in Newfoundland and Labrador during the COVID-19 pandemic
    Zahra Mohammadi, Monica Gabriela Cojocaru, Julien Arino, and 1 more author
    medRxiv, 2023
  5. Beyond Translation: An Overview of Best Practices for Evidence-Informed Decision Making for Public Health Practice
    D. L. Schanzer, J. Arino, A. Asgary, and 6 more authors
  6. Assessing transmission risks and control strategy for monkeypox as an emerging zoonosis in a metropolitan area
    Pei Yuan, Yi Tan, Liu Yang, and 8 more authors
    Journal of Medical Virology, 2023


  1. Describing, modelling and forecasting the spatial and temporal spread of COVID-19 – A short review
    Julien Arino
    Fields Institute Communications, 2022
  2. A model for the early COVID-19 outbreak in China with case detection and behavioural change
    Julien Arino, Khalid El Hail, Mohamed Khaladi, and 1 more author
    Biomath, 2022
  3. Bistability in deterministic and stochastic SLIAR-type models with imperfect and waning vaccine protection
    Julien Arino, and Evan M. Milliken
    Journal of Mathematical Biology, 2022
  4. Effect of mobility on the stochastic phase of an epidemic
    Julien Arino, and Evan M. Milliken
    Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 2022
  5. Mathematical modelling of vaccination rollout and NPIs lifting on COVID-19 transmission with VOC: a case study in Toronto, Canada
    Elena Aruffo, Pei Yuan, Yi Tan, and 7 more authors
    BMC Public Health, 2022
  6. Disease transmission and mass gatherings: a case study on meningococcal infection during Hajj
    Laurent Coudeville, Amine Amiche, Ashrafur Rahman, and 6 more authors
    BMC Infectious Diseases, 2022
  7. Estimating Social Contacts in Mass Gatherings Through Agent-Based Simulation Modeling: Case of Hajj Pilgrimage
    Mohammadali Tofighi, Ali Asgary, Ghassem Tofighi, and 11 more authors
    Tropical Diseases, Travel Medicine and Vaccines, 2022
  8. Evaluating the Risk of Reopening the Border: A Case Study of Ontario (Canada) to New York (USA) Using Mathematical Modeling
    Pei Yuan, Elena Aruffo, Qi Li, and 17 more authors
    Fields Institute Communications, 2022
  9. Efficacy of “stay-at-home” policy of SARS-CoV-2 transmission in Toronto, Canada: a mathematical modelling study
    Pei Yuan, Juan Li, Elena Aruffo, and 15 more authors
    CMAJ Open, 2022
  10. Modelling vaccination and control strategies of outbreaks of monkeypox at gatherings
    Pei Yuan, Yi Tan, Liu Yang, and 8 more authors
    Frontier in Public Health, 2022


  1. Risk of COVID-19 variant importation - How useful are travel control measures?
    Julien Arino, Pierre-Yves Boelle, Evan M Milliken, and 1 more author
    Infectious Disease Modelling, 2021
  2. An evolving pandemic: the origins and potential future of COVID-19 variants of concern
    S.P. Otto, T. Day, J. Arino, and 8 more authors
    Current Biology, 2021


  1. Mathematical epidemiology in a data-rich world
    J. Arino
    Infectious Disease Modelling, 2020
  2. Review of ’Dynamical System Models in the Life Sciences and Their Underlying Scientific Issues, by Y. M. Wan’
    J. Arino
    SIAM Review, 2020
  3. Quarantine and the risk of COVID-19 importation
    Julien Arino, Nicolas Bajeux, Stephanie Portet, and 1 more author
    Epidemiology & Infection, 2020
  4. A simple model for COVID-19
    J. Arino, and S. Portet
    Infectious Disease Modelling, 2020
  5. Investigation of global and local COVID-19 importation risks
    Julien ArinoStephanie Portet, Nicolas Bajeux, and 1 more author
  6. Spread of Dutch Elm Disease in an urban forest
    Nicolas Bajeux, Julien ArinoStephanie Portet, and 1 more author
    Ecological Modelling, 2020
  7. Quantifying the annual incidence and underestimation of seasonal influenza: A modelling approach.
    Zachary McCarthy, Safia Athar, Mahnaz Alavinejad, and 22 more authors
    Theoretical Biology & Medical Modelling, Jul 2020
  8. Modelling scenarios of the epidemic of COVID-19 in Canada
    N.H. Ogden, A. Fazil, J. Arino, and 9 more authors
    Canada Communicable Disease Report (CCDR), Jul 2020
  9. Effect of media-induced modification of travel rates on disease transmission in a multiple patch setting
    W. Yang, C. Sun, and J. Arino
    Journal of Applied Analysis and Computation, Jul 2020


  1. Number of source patches required for population persistence in a source-sink metapopulation
    J. Arino, N. Bajeux, and S. Kirkland
    Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, Jul 2019
  2. Current Trends in Mathematical Epidemiology
    J. Arino, and J. Watmough
    Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, Nov 2019
  3. Special Issue: Mathematical Epidemiology
    Nov 2019


  1. Spatio-temporal spread of infectious pathogens of humans
    J. Arino
    Infectious Disease Modelling, Nov 2017
  2. Intermediate filament dynamics: disassembly regulation
    C. Sun, J. Arino, and S. Portet
    International Journal of Biomathematics, Nov 2017


  1. Revisiting a two-patch SIS model with infection during transport
    J. Arino, C. Sun, and W. Yang
    Mathematical Medicine and Biology, Nov 2016
  2. Toward standardizing a lexicon of infectious disease modeling terms
    R. Milwid, A. Steriu, J. Arino, and 8 more authors
    Frontiers in Public Health, Nov 2016


  1. Epidemiological implications of mobility between a large urban centre and smaller satellite cities
    J. Arino, and S. Portet
    Journal of Mathematical Biology, Nov 2015
  2. A model for the spread of tuberculosis with drug-sensitive and emerging multidrug-resistant and extensively drug resistant strains
    J. Arino, and I.A. Soliman
    In Mathematical and Computational Modelling, Nov 2015


  1. Using mathematical modelling to integrate disease surveillance and global air transportation data
    J. Arino, and K. Khan
    In Analyzing and Modeling Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Infectious Diseases, Nov 2014


  1. Quelques notions d’épidémiologie mathématique
    J. Arino
    Bulletin de l’Association mathématique du Québec, Nov 2013
  2. Impact of viral mutation on suppression of infection by cytotoxic T lymphocytes
    J. Arino, N. Madras, S. Portet, and 1 more author
    Canadian Applied Mathematics Quarterly, Nov 2013
  3. Entry and exit screening of airline travellers during the A(H1N1) 2009 pandemic: a retrospective evaluation
    K. Khan, R. Eckhardt, J.S. Brownstein, and 9 more authors
    Bulletin of the World Health Organization, Nov 2013


  1. A metapopulation model for malaria with transmission-blocking partial immunity in hosts
    J. Arino, A. Ducrot, and P. Zongo
    Journal of Mathematical Biology, Nov 2012
  2. Infectious disease surveillance and modelling across geographic frontiers and scientific specialties
    K. Khan, S.J.N. McNabb, Z.A. Memish, and 11 more authors
    The Lancet Infectious Diseases, Nov 2012
  3. Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena (Epidemiology)
    Nov 2012


  1. Some methodological aspects involved in the study by the Bio.Diaspora Project of the spread of infectious diseases along the global air transportation network
    J. Arino, W. Hu, K. Khan, and 2 more authors
    Canadian Applied Mathematics Quarterly, Nov 2011
    Published in 2012 with 2011 date [publisher delay]. So actual reference is Vol. 19, 2011.
  2. Pandemic influenza: modelling and public health perspectives
    J. Arino, C. Bauch, F. Brauer, and 10 more authors
    Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering, Nov 2011
  3. Evaluation of vaccination strategies during pandemic outbreaks
    C. Bowman, J. Arino, and S.M. Moghadas
    Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering, Nov 2011
  4. Effect of media-induced social distancing on disease transmission in a two patch setting
    C. Sun, W. Yang, J. Arino, and 1 more author
    Mathematical Biosciences, Nov 2011


  1. Effect of a sharp change of the incidence function on the dynamics of a simple disease
    J. Arino, and C.C. McCluskey
    Journal of Biological Dynamics, Nov 2010
  2. Strategies for use of Oseltamivir and Zanamivir during pandemic outbreaks
    E. Hansen, T. Day, J. Arino, and 2 more authors
    Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases & Medical Microbiology, Nov 2010
  3. Global Air Traffic Patterns During the H1N1 Influenza Pandemic and their Public Health Implications
    K. Khan, J. Arino, R. Eckhard, and 4 more authors
    Nov 2010
  4. Global public health implications of a mass gathering in Mecca, Saudi Arabia during the midst of an influenza pandemic
    K. Khan, Z.A. Memish, A. Chabbra, and 13 more authors
    Journal of Travel Medicine, Nov 2010
  5. Global analysis for a general epidemiological model with vaccination and varying population
    W. Yang, C. Sun, and J. Arino
    Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, Nov 2010


  1. Competitive interference between influenza viral strains
    S.M. Moghadas, C.S. Bowman, and J. Arino
    Canadian Applied Mathematics Quarterly, Nov 2009
    Published in 2011 with 2009 date [publisher delay]. So actual reference is Vol. 17, 2009.
  2. Diseases in metapopulations
    J. Arino
    In Modeling and Dynamics of Infectious Diseases, Nov 2009
    Also CDM Preprint Series report 2008-04
  3. Antiviral resistance during pandemic influenza: implications for stockpiling and drug use
    J. Arino, C.S. Bowman, and S.M. Moghadas
    BMC Infectious Diseases, Nov 2009
  4. Editorial
    J. Arino, and S. Portet
    In Proceedings of the Second International Conference of the French-speaking Society for Theoretical Biology (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 4-6 June, 2007). Acta Biotheoretica, Nov 2009
  5. An analysis of Canada’s vulnerability to emerging infectious disease threats via the global airline transportation network
    K. Khan, J. Arino, F. Calderon, and 9 more authors
    Nov 2009
  6. Spread of a novel influenza A (H1N1) virus via global airline transportation
    K. Khan, J. Arino, W. Hu, and 8 more authors
    New England Journal of Medicine, Nov 2009
  7. An in vivo intermediate filament assembly model
    S. Portet, and J. Arino
    Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering, Nov 2009
  8. Proceedings of the Second International Conference of the French-speaking Society for Theoretical Biology (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 4-6 June, 2007)
    Nov 2009


  1. Optimal Treatment Rate During an Influenza Pandemic in the Presence of Drug-Resistance Emergence
    Julien Arino
    Nov 2008
    Proceedings of the 2nd Fields–MITACS Industrial Problem-Solving Workshop
  2. A model for influenza with vaccination and antiviral treatment
    J. Arino, F. Brauer, P. Driessche, and 2 more authors
    Journal of Theoretical Biology, Nov 2008


  1. Effect of pathogen-resistant vectors on the transmission dynamics of a vector-borne disease
    J. Arino, C.S. Bowman, A. Gumel, and 1 more author
    Journal of Biological Dynamics, Nov 2007
  2. A final size relation for epidemic models
    J. Arino, F. Brauer, P. Driessche, and 2 more authors
    Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering, Nov 2007
  3. Quarantine in a multi-species epidemic model with spatial dynamics
    J. Arino, R. Jordan, and P. Driessche
    Mathematical Biosciences, Nov 2007


  1. Simple models for containment of a pandemic
    J. Arino, F. Brauer, P. Driessche, and 2 more authors
    Journal of the Royal Society Interface, Nov 2006
  2. Disease spread in metapopulations
    J. Arino, and P. Driessche
    Fields Institute Communications, Nov 2006
  3. Time delays in epidemic models: modeling and numerical considerations
    J. Arino, and P. Driessche
    In Delay Differential Equations and Applications, Nov 2006
  4. An alternative formulation for a delayed logistic equation
    J. Arino, L. Wang, and G.S.K. Wolkowicz
    Journal of Theoretical Biology, Jul 2006
  5. Delay Differential Equations and Applications
    In , Jul 2006
    I (JA) became main (uncredited) editor of this book after the death of my father, Ovide Arino.
  6. Three different outcomes to the same problem in population dynamics
    Jul 2006
    Manitoba Math Links


  1. A multi-species epidemic model with spatial migration
    J. Arino, J.R. Davis, D. Hartley, and 3 more authors
    Mathematical Medicine and Biology, Jul 2005
  2. Considerations on yield, nutrient uptake, cellular growth, and competition in chemostat models
    J. Arino, S.Y. Pilyugin, and G.S.K. Wolkowicz
    Canadian Applied Mathematics Quarterly, Jul 2005
    Published in 2005 with 2003 date [publisher delay]. So exact reference is Vol. 11, 2003.


  1. An epidemiology model that includes a leaky vaccine with a general waning function
    J. Arino, K.L. Cooke, P. Driessche, and 1 more author
    DCDS-B, Jul 2004
  2. Intermediate filament network organization: in vitro and in vivo kinetic models
    S. Portet, J. Vassy, C. Hogue, and 2 more authors
    Comptes Rendus: Biologies, Jul 2004


  1. A multi-city epidemic model
    J. Arino, and P. Driessche
    Mathematical Population Studies, Jul 2003
  2. The basic reproduction number in a multi-city compartmental epidemic model
    J. Arino, and P. Driessche
    Lecture Notes in Control and Information Science, Jul 2003
  3. Global results for an epidemic model with vaccination that exhibits backward bifurcation
    J. Arino, C.C. McCluskey, and P. Driessche
    SIAM J Appl Math, Jul 2003


  1. A size-structured, non conservative ODE model of the chemostat
    J. Arino, and J.-L. Gouzé
    Mathematical Biosciences, Jul 2002
  2. A discrete, size-structured model of phytoplankton growth in the chemostat. Introduction of inhomogeneous cell division size
    J. Arino, J.-L. Gouzé, and A. Sciandra
    Journal of Mathematical Biology, Jul 2002
    Also INRIA Research Report 3963


  1. Modélisation structurée de la croissance du phytoplancton en chemostat
    J. Arino
    Université Grenoble 1, Jul 2001


  1. A discrete, size-structured model of phytoplankton growth in the chemostat. Introduction of non constant cell division
    J. Arino, J.-L. Gouzé, and A. Sciandra
    Jul 2000