An overarching theme of our research is to develop theories to interpret patterns seen in data, uncover underlying mechanisms and ultimately inform biologically and clinically pertinent questions. We approach these questions through bringing together quantitative theories from a variety of fields, including dynamical systems, stochastic processes, inverse problems, information theory, statistics, population genetics and phylogenetics.
Below is a list of topics we are currently interested in (click to see details) :
- HIV cure through latency reversal
- Novel antiviral using defective viruses
- Hepatitis C virus (HCV) dynamics
- Virus-immune interactions
- Multiscale viral evolution