Jakub’s project focused on Salmonella enterica, a bacterium that invades epithelial host cells during its infection cycle. His internship combined in vitro infection experiments with advanced fluorescent imaging and mathematical modeling. Jakub is now continuing his studies at Ecole Normale Supérieure.
Mathematical and Computational methods for Phylogenetics and Evolutionary Epidemiology – Havana 2019
Mathematical and Computational concepts and models are essentials in new developments of the evolutionary studies related to outbreaks of infectious diseases pandemics. Predicting, assessing and controlling potential outbreaks are key aspects of the worldwide […]
The phylodynamics of partner notification and contact tracing in HIV epidemics
We develop phylodynamics models and methods to study viral epidemics, in particular HIV. This new, trendy domain is in between usual mathematical epidemiology, typically based on compartment models, and phylogenetics. The models used in […]