I am research assistant professor at the Department of Plant Systematics, Ecology and Theoretical Biology of the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. I am also a Fellow of the Parmenides Center for the Conceptual Foundations of Science. For a list of my publications click here, and for my curriculum vitae click here. Here is the list of my minuscule group and here is my home page in Hungarian.
Mathematical modelling of the within-host dynamics of HIV-infection. Modelling the interactions between infected and uninfected immune cells and virus particles can help us understand the factors that shape the course of HIV disease progression; the models allow us to estimate important biological parameters (e.g. life span of infected cells); and this approach can also provide a glimpse into the selection forces that shape the evolution of the virus.
Network modelling of HIV epidemics.
Analysis of virus data from the level of sequences to the level of epidemics. Sequence analysis to identify mutation patterns relevant in the emergence and continued evolution of HIV drug resistance. Comparative analysis of viral sequences to identify the fingerprints of evolutionary processes. Estimation of virus fitness from in vitro and in vivo data. Analysis of population-level clinical data to assess time trends and patterns in HIV virulence.
Inferring scenarios of viral evolution. The evolution of virulence in HIV/SIV viruses. Patterns of sequence evolution.
Mathematical modelling of immunological processes, and the evolution of adaptive immunity.
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