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Evolution and immunology of pathogens

Research

General: mechanistic multi-scale modelling of the evolution and dynamics of pathogens and cancer.

 

Scientific:

1. Defective interference particle antiviral therapy (polio, enteroviruses, influenza)

2. Mathematical studies of evolution theory

3.  Immune response (innate, adaptive T cell)

4. Population-level pathogen evolution (influenza, polio)

 

Clinical: predict the parameters of the optimal drug regimens for antiviral and anticancer 

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Jobs & Internships

Dr. Igor Rouzine at LQCB, Institut de Biologie Paris-Seine, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, seeks two postdoctoral associates with Ph. D. degree in physical sciences to model dynamics and evolution of viruses. The candidate should possess analytical abilities, excellent numeric skills, and have experience in modeling biological systems based on experiment. Results of theoretical studies will be published independently and used to guide experiments of collaborating groups. The positions are anticipated to start in the Fall 2016, October 1.

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