Handel Research Group
Exploring the impact of inoculum dose on host immunity and morbidity to inform model-based vaccine design.
Heterogeneity and longevity of antibody memory to viruses and vaccines.
Intermediate levels of vaccination coverage may minimize seasonal influenza outbreaks
Mathematical Model Reveals the Role of Memory CD8 T Cell Populations in Recall Responses to Influenza
How sticky should a virus be? The impact of virus binding and release on transmission fitness using influenza as an example
How to Minimize the Attack Rate during Multiple Influenza Outbreaks in a Heterogeneous Population
Towards a quantitative understanding of the within-host dynamics of influenza A infections
Intervention strategies for an influenza pandemic taking into account secondary bacterial infections
Sharing the burden: antigen transport and firebreaks in immune responses
Antiviral resistance and the control of pandemic influenza: The roles of stochasticity, evolution and model details
A Simple Mathematical Model Helps To Explain the Immunodominance of CD8 T Cells in Influenza A Virus Infections
Gap junction-mediated antigen transport in immune responses
What is the best control strategy for multiple infectious disease outbreaks?
Neuraminidase Inhibitor Resistance in Influenza: Assessing the Danger of Its Generation and Spread
The Role of Compensatory Mutations in the Emergence of Drug Resistance