Samuel Alizon
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Samuel Alizon


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I am a theoretical biologist specialised in the evolution of infectious diseases.

I use models from epidemiology, evolutionary ecology and population genetics to better understand (and predict) how diseases spread and evolve within and between hosts. I am especially interested in nested models that link within-host pathogen dynamics to epidemiological dynamics.

Some of the biological systems I am especially interested in are human papillomavirus, HIV, hepatitis C virus, vector-borne plant viruses, a protozoan parasite of Monarch butterflies and malaria.

Computational Biology Ecology Epidemiology Evolutionary Studies Infectious Diseases Mathematical Biology

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Laboratoire MIVEGEC (UMR 5290)