Series: Algebra Seminar
This is a two day conference (March 30-31) to be held at Georgia Tech on algebraic geoemtry and related areas. More details to follow.
Series: High Dimensional Seminar
Series: Analysis Seminar
Series: Mathematical Biology Seminar
The likelihood of HIV infection following risky contact is believed to be low. This suggests that the infection process is stochastic and governed by rare events. I will present mathematical branching process models of early infection and show how we have used them to gain insights into the duration of the undetectable phase of HIV infection, the likelihood of success of pre- and post-exposure prophylaxis, and the effects of prior infection with HSV-2. Although I will describe quite a bit of theory, I will try to keep giant and incomprehensible formulae to a minimum.