Arni S.R. Srinivasa Rao, PhD


PhD (Mathematical Biology), IIPS, Bombay, India, 2000

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Arni S.R. Srinivasa Rao, PhD


Mathematical Modeling, Deep Learning, Probability, Applications in Medicine, Harmonic Analysis, Artificial Intelligence.

Dr. Rao joined at Augusta University in 2012. Prior to this he has teaching and research experience at Indian Statistical Institute, University of Oxford, Indian Institute of Science, University of Guelph. Until 2012, he held permanent faculty position at Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata. Earlier he has won Heiwa-Nakajima Award (Japan) and DST Fast Track Young Scientists Fellowship in Mathematical Sciences (New Delhi). Dr. Rao jointly with Dr. James R. Carey (UC Davis/ UC Berkeley) has proved a fundamental result in stationary population models. See a report on Rao-Carey Fundamental Theorem at MBI, Ohio. Dr. Rao’s work has also featured as news in the Math Digest of the American Mathematical Society. Dr. Rao worked as a consultant for the World Bank and other international agencies and has contributed for policies in epidemics such as AIDS, Avian Influenza, Swine Flu.



Dr. Rao has teaching experience in the following subjects: Stochastic Process (at Graduate level), Mathematical Epidemiology (at Graduate level), Differential Equations (at Undergraduate level), Mathematical Biology (at Graduate level), Mathematical Demography (at Undergraduate level), Mathematical Ecology (at Graduate level), Metric Topology and Complex Analysis (at Graduate level), Real analysis (at Graduate level), Topic in elementary number theory (at Graduate level), Actuarial Science (and related subjects at Graduate level). 



  • Rao, A.S.R.S and Carey J. R. (2019). On the three properties of stationary populations and knotting with non-stationary populations, Bulletin of Mathematical Biology (Springer). To Appear
  • Rao, A.S.R.S and Michael P. Diamond (2019). Deep Learning of Markov Model Based Machines for Determination of Better Treatment Option Decisions for Infertile Women, Reproductive Sciences, (Springer). To Appear
  • Carey, J.R., Silverman, S., Rao, A.S.R.S. (2018). The life table population identity: Discovery, formulations, proofs, extensions and applications, pp: 155-185, Handbook of Statistics: Integrated Population Biology and Modelling Part A, volume 39, Elsevier/North-Holland, Amsterdam.
  • Rao, A.S.R.S and Roy M. Anderson (2017). Helminth Dynamics: Mean number of Worms, Reproductive Rates, Handbook of Statistics, 36, Part A: 397-404, Elsevier/North-Holland, Amsterdam
  • Taejin Lee, K. Thomas and Rao, A.S.R.S (2017). Time to vaccinate a population in the event of an epidemic: An H1N1 example. Handbook of Statistics, 37, Part B: 185-205, Elsevier/North-Holland, Amsterdam.
  • Rao ASRS, Carey JR (2015): Generalized Carey’s Equality and A Theorem on Stationary Population. Journal of Mathematical Biology (Springer) 3: 583-594.
  • Rao ASRS (2015): Incubation Periods Under Various Anti-Retroviral Therapies in Homogeneous Mixing and Age-Structured Dynamical Models: A Theoretical Approach.The Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics USA 3: 973-1031.
  • Rao ASRS (2014): Population Stability and Momentum. (Research article) Notices of the American Mathematical Society 9:1162-1165. 
  • Rao ASRS, Thomas K, Sudhakar K, Bhat R (2012): Improvements in survival of people living with HIV/AIDS and requirement for 1st line and 2nd line ART in India: A Mathematical Model. (Research article) Notices of the American Mathematical Society 4:560-562.
  • Rao ASRS (2012): Understanding theoretically the impact of reporting of disease cases in epidemiology. Journal of Theoretical Biology 7:89-95.