Mathematics used to discern immune response to infectious diseases

gy; and from Carnegie Mellon, Benoit Morel, Ph.D., of the College of Engineering and Ziv Bar-Joseph, Ph.D., of the School of Computer Science.

The Immune Modeling Center contract includes a bioinformatics component for managing the data generated by each project and developing a Web-based collaboration platform that will allow investigators from other institutions to access data and use the models developed over the next five years. Leading this effort are Panos K. Chrysanthis, Ph.D., and Alexandros Labrinidis, Ph.D., both of the department of computer science, University of Pittsburgh School of Arts and Sciences. An educational program that will focus on the value of using mathematical approaches to the understanding of immunological processes will be developed by Drs. Ta'asan, Kirschner and Penelope Morel.

The other institutions receiving NIAID contracts to support Immune Modeling Centers are Duke University, the University of Rochester and Mount Sinai School of Medicine.



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