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Ashley has just come back from the American Mathematical Society’s meeting in DC, where she gave a talk on her research in the within-host disease modeling session organized by Sivan Leviyang and Stanca Ciupe. Her talk, coauthored with Katia Koelle, Micah McClain, and Chris Woods, was entitled: ‘A human challenge experiment points towards the importance of viral load dynamics and viral genetics in driving influenza symptoms’. Despite formidable attempts, snowstorms could not keep her away from the meeting.

Rotem is currently at a Gordon Research Conference on Tropical Infectious Diseases taking place in Galveston, TX. She is presenting a poster on her current work, entitled: ‘Statistical fits of primary infection within-host dengue model provide insight into virus serotype-specific mechanisms, with implications for disease severity’.

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