Monday, September 23, 2019
2:30 – 3:30 p.m. CT
Dr. Cuadros’ research interest focuses on exploring the variation in HIV infectious spread generated by biological cofactors across individuals and populations, and how this variation would help investigators to better understand the natural history of HIV and epidemic typology with emphasis on sub-Saharan Africa. His research is conducted through mathematical and statistical analyses focusing on measuring the effect of malaria on HIV prevalence; studying the effect on the HIV epidemic of population level variations generated by the structure of sexual networks and sexually transmitted co-infections; and describing the individual-level variations in HIV infectiousness generated by the host immune response in presence of co-infections.
Specialties: Biomathematics, epidemiology, ecology, computer simulations
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Zoom Link for webinar: https://zoom.us/j/134172566
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