Dr. Rashid Jan | Mathematical biology | Best Researcher Award

Universiti Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits:

Rashid Jan embarked on his academic journey with a keen interest in mathematics, laying the groundwork for his future endeavors. His Master of Science in Mathematics from the University of Peshawar provided him with a strong foundation in various mathematical disciplines, including numerical analysis, statistics, and computational methods. During his MPhil studies, he delved deeper into applied mathematics, focusing on topics such as ordinary and partial differential equations, boundary layer theory, and stability analysis.

Professional Endeavors:

Rashid Jan's professional journey has been characterized by a dedication to academia and research. He began his career as a Lecturer of Mathematics at Brains Post Graduate College, where he honed his teaching skills while nurturing his passion for mathematical exploration. His pursuit of knowledge led him to Xi’an Jiaotong University, where he earned his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, specializing in mathematical biology and infectious diseases epidemiology. Following his doctoral studies, he took on the role of Assistant Professor at the University of Swabi, further enriching his academic experience.

Contributions and Research Focus:

Throughout his career, Rashid Jan has made significant contributions to the field of mathematical modeling and analysis, particularly in the context of infectious diseases. His research spans a wide array of topics, including computational biology, fractional calculus, epidemiology, and disease management. Notably, his doctoral thesis on the transmission dynamics of dengue with control strategies exemplifies his expertise in developing mathematical models to address real-world challenges in public health. Rashid Jan's multidisciplinary approach integrates mathematical techniques with empirical data to inform disease control and prevention strategies.

Accolades and Recognition:

Rashid Jan's scholarly contributions have been recognized through various editorial and guest editor roles for prestigious academic journals and special issues. His expertise in fractional calculus and its applications in mathematical modeling has earned him invitations to contribute to specialized publications and conferences worldwide. Additionally, his participation in high-impact workshops and seminars underscores his commitment to staying at the forefront of scientific inquiry and dissemination.

Impact and Influence:

Rashid Jan's work has had a tangible impact on both academia and public health practice. By elucidating the dynamics of infectious diseases and evaluating control measures through mathematical modeling, he has contributed valuable insights to the global effort against epidemics. His research has the potential to inform policymakers and healthcare practitioners, ultimately leading to more effective disease management strategies and improved public health outcomes.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

As Rashid Jan continues his academic journey, his legacy lies in his dedication to advancing the field of mathematical biology and epidemiology. Through his innovative research, he aims to address emerging challenges in infectious disease dynamics and contribute to the development of evidence-based interventions. His future contributions are poised to further bridge the gap between mathematical theory and practical public health applications, ultimately leaving a lasting impact on the health and well-being of communities worldwide.


A total of 1372 citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

  • Citations         1372
  • h-index            23
  • i10-index         38

Notable Publications 

Analysis of hybrid nanofluid stagnation point flow over a stretching surface with melting heat transfer

M Jawad, Z Khan, E Bonyah, R Jan
Mathematical Problems in Engineering

Dynamical analysis of the transmission of dengue fever via Caputo-Fabrizio fractional derivative

S Boulaaras, R Jan, A Khan, M Ahsan
Chaos, Solitons & Fractals

Modeling the dynamics of tumor–immune cells interactions via fractional calculus

TQ Tang, Z Shah, R Jan, E Alzahrani
The European Physical Journal Plus

Optimization of the fractional-order parameter with the error analysis for human immunodeficiency virus under Caputo operator

R Jan, S Qureshi, S Boulaaras, VT Pham, E Hincal, R Guefaifia
Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems

Analysis of fractional-order dynamics of dengue infection with non-linear incidence functions

R Jan, S Boulaaras
Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control

Investigating solitary wave solutions with enhanced algebraic method for new extended Sakovich equations in fluid dynamics

AH Arnous, MS Hashemi, KS Nisar, M Shakeel, J Ahmad, I Ahmad, R Jan, ...
Results in Physics

Computational analysis of financial system through non-integer derivative

ZU Rehman, S Boulaaras, R Jan, I Ahmad, S Bahramand
Journal of Computational Science

Fractional‐calculus analysis of the dynamics of typhoid fever with the effect of vaccination and carriers

R Jan, S Boulaaras, M Alnegga, FA Abdullah
International Journal of Numerical Modelling: Electronic Networks, Devices


Rashid Jan | Mathematical biology | Best Researcher Award

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