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NCTS Seminar on Mathematical Biology
10:00 - 11:30, February 16, 2024 (Friday)
Cisco Webex, Online seminar
(線上演講 Cisco Webex)
Recent Advances in Modeling HIV Infection and Treatment
Libin Rong (University of Florida)

HIV infection continues to pose a significant global public health challenge. 
While highly active antiretroviral therapy effectively controls viral replication, complete eradication of the virus remains elusive. 
Mathematical models, when integrated with experimental data, have played a crucial role in enhancing our understanding of HIV dynamics and drug treatment strategies. 
However, several critical questions still persist. Are certain drugs more effective than others? Does treatment intensification yield benefits?
What factors contribute to multiple infections? Additionally, aside from latent infection, are there other sources contributing to HIV persistence during long-term therapy?
In this presentation, I will highlight recent modeling advancements aimed at exploring these unresolved issues and discuss their implications for HIV infection management.
Meeting number (access code): 2514 295 8240
Meeting password: 9Pyt74HQVDC
Organizers: Feng-Bin Wang (CGU), Chang-Hong Wu (NYCU), Chang-Yuan Cheng (NKNU)


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