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The Koelle lab has recently been funded by DARPA to develop mathematical models to dissect the functional organization of influenza viruses within infected hosts and the effects of this organization on influenza transmission dynamics and the development of innovative control strategies. The award is a collaborative award between Ruian Ke at NC State, Chris Brooke at UIUC, Connie Chang at MSU, Laura Fabris at Rutgers, and Katia Koelle’s group at Duke, and involves both experimentation and mathematical modeling. Background in simulation modeling, mathematical analysis, nonlinear population dynamics, multi-level selection theory, and fitting models to data is desired.

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