Aspects of Immunity in Epidemiological Models
Dr Lisa White
Department of Biological Sciences,
University of Warwick
13th February 2003, 12.00pm,
Room 206a, Engineering
The application of epidemiological models to data is demonstrated using three examples: respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), rubella (German measles) and rotavirus. Different aspects of immunity are explored within these frameworks leading to hypotheses on the way individual hosts’ responses to infection affect the transmission of the disease in their population.
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