Welcome

The Disease Modeling Group consists of members from Dobson, Graham, Grenfell and Levin Labs who are interested in disease modeling and ecology. The group meets on Wednesdays at 4:30 pm in Guyot Hall 100, where members give informal 30 minute presentations on their current research.


For more information contact: Quentin Caudron via email or Romain Garnier via email

Spring 2014

Margarita Pons Salort January 15th
Synergistic effects of vaccination and reduction of antibiotic use drive unexpected increase of pneumococcal meningitis
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P'ng Loke January 29th
Regulation of human intestinal inflammation by helminths and the mucosal microbiota
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Matthew Ardema February 12th
Divergent demographic histories of host-adapted populations of the tick-borne infectious bacteria, Anaplasma phagocytophilum
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Ruthie Berger February 12th
Modeling within-host dynamics of Hepatitis C Virus evolution using liver transplant data
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Alex Ploss February 19th
Breaking species barriers: Studying human infectious diseases in humanized mice
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Saki Takahashi February 26th
Spatial cohesion in routine and supplementary measles vaccination activities in East Africa
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Thomas Van Boeckel February 26th
Global trends in antibiotic consumption 2000 - 2010
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Angie Luis March 5th
Impact of wildlife host ecology on host-pathogen dynamics
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Aabir Banerji March 12th
Direct and indirect effects of parasites in a tri-trophic food chain
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Hannes Schwandt April 2nd
Seasonal patterns in health at birth - and why flu could be to blame
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Romain Garnier April 16th
Impact of wildlife host ecology on host-pathogen dynamics
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