THE INTRACELLULAR DYNAMICS OF HIV
Grant number: 1025567 | Funding period: 2012 - 2014
HIV infection is a dynamic process, in which the host immune response tries to control viral growth and keep up with the rapid evolution of the virus. This project assembles an interdisciplinary team of mathematicians and biologists to use a modelling approach to understand the dynamics of viral infection, viral evolution, and immune control in the infected individual. The insights gained from this project will help in the development of new drug and vaccination strategies.