Multiscale dynamics of infectious diseases, immune responses and therapeutics

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Dr. Ruian Ke
Theoretical Biology and Biophysics, Los Alamos National Laboratory, NM87545

Dr. Jessica Conway
Department of Mathematics and Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA

Dr. Jeremie Guedj
Inserm UMR1137, University Paris Diderot, Paris 75018, France

Manuscript Topics
Infectious diseases infection involves spatial and temporal dynamics of entry, replication, spread and evolution of pathogens. These dynamics occur at spatial and temporal scales and at multiple levels of biological organization, i.e. the cellular level and the in-host level. Mathematical modeling has been critical to quantify the rates at which these processes occur, the role of immune responses and make precise predictions of the efficacy and the impact of therapeutics. This special issue collects recent advances of a broad range of mathematical/statistical modeling studies of infection disease dynamics, immune responses and/or the impact therapeutics.

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