Dr. Nijhoutis currently Professor at Duke University. He has received PhD degree from Harvard University.He has received Founders' Memorial Award, Entomological Society of America, University Scholar-Teacher Award, Duke University, Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science.
His publications are as follows:
An eco-physiological model of the impact of temperature on Aedes aegypti life history traits, December, 2012.
Padmanabha H, Correa F, Legros M, Nijhout HF, Lord C, Lounibos LP., J Insect Physiol. (December, 2012) 58 vol. (12); pp. 1597-1608.
The biochemistry of acetaminophen hepatotoxicity and rescue: a mathematical model, December, 2012.
Ben-Shachar R, Chen Yi, Luo S, Hartman C, Reed MC, Nijhout HF, Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling. (December, 2012) 9:55.
Blood biomarkers of methylation in Down syndrome and metabolic simulations using a mathematical model., October, 2012.
Obeid R, Hartmuth K, Herrmann W, Gortner L, Rohrer TR, Geisel J, Reed MC, Nijhout HF., Mol Nutr Food Res. (October, 2012) 56 vol. (10); pp. 1582-1589.