Morenikeji is an applied mathematician with 9+ years of experience in the mathematical modelling of epidemiological/infectious diseases and complex biological processes across a number of projects. Her research works include the development of mathematical and computational models of human and zoonotic (infectious) diseases, ecological and environmental systems, or health systems, in order to inform public/governmental health policies with on-the-ground application. Morenikeji also has impressive teaching/lecturing skills plus a demonstrated work ethic with 10+ years as a mathematics tutor, casual lecturer, and computer lab demonstrator. She currently works as a Research Fellow at the Queensland University of Technology, Australia.
1. Morenikeji D. Akinlotan, Dann G. Mallet and Robyn Araujo. Mathematical Modelling of the Role of Mucosal Vaccine on the Within-host Dynamics of Chlamydia trachomatis. Journal of Theoretical Biology 497 (2020): 110291.
2. Morenikeji D. Akinlotan, Dann G. Mallet and Robyn Araujo. An Optimal control model of the treatment of chronic Chlamydia trachomatis infection using a combination treatment with antibiotic and tryptophan Applied Mathematics and Computation 375 (2020): 124899.