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Scientists develop computer models to unravel the complexities of TB infection Contact - Models aim to identify targets for new drugs, biomarkers to predict transition to active infection - 2016

JoAnne Flynn and Denise Kirschner at the AAI StoryBooth 2014 - Dr. Flynn is a professor in the Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, and Dr. Kirschner is a professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Michigan Medical School. - 2014 Youtube AAI Channel

Open Science Grid - Using the OSG to investigate the human immune response to infection with M. tuberculosis - 2013

Malignant Maths - Mathematical models aid the understanding of cancer - Jan 22nd, 2004 - The Economist


* Video Presentations:
Dr. Denise E. Kirschner - A Systems Biology Approach to Uncovering Mechanisms Governing Host-Mycobacterial Interactions during TB Infection - Apr 10th, 2013

Dr. Simeone Marino - A Systems Biology Approach to Understanding the Immune Response in Tuberculosis - Jan 30th, 2013


* Our lab in the news:
How computer scientists are setting the stage to end tuberculosis - March 31st, 2017 - American Society for Microbiology

University researchers find more effective treatment method for tuberculosis - University researchers have found a way to decrease resistance to tuberculosis antibiotics - December 2nd, 2015 - The Michigan Daily

Tuberculosis: Daily antibiotics recommended to prevent resistant strains - Computer modeling reveals the immune system's battleground - November 23rd, 2015 - University of Michigan : Michigan News

Women Representation in Mathematical Biology - Denise Kirschner talks with Santiago Schnell about her work in mathematical biology, and the challenges facing women in applied mathematics - January 2013, Vol 26, Number 1, pages 7 and 8, Society for Mathematical Biology Newsletter

Peering into the black box of Tuberculosis - Computer modeling reveals the immune system's battleground - September 21st, 2012 - University of Michigan Engineering

Where Tuberculosis Meets Computation: 10 Points of Intersection - Summer 2012 - Biomedical Computation Review

The above news item is supportive of the research publications and information you will find at ...
1. Our 'A Multi-scale model to predict outcomes of immuno-modulation and drug therapy during TB' webpages
2. Our 'A Multi-scale and multi-system approach to understand granuloma formation in TB' webpages
3. Our publication webpages

TB bug inhibits any which way - March 21, 2005 - Rockefeller University Press

Genetic mutation influences spread of AIDS, says U-M scientist - African population lacks mutation; may be more susceptible to HIV infection - August 24th, 2001 - University of Michigan Health System News

New HIV Model Shows Virus Doesn't Kill White Blood Cells, It Just "Homes" Them to Death - HIV uses homing to kill white blood cells - September, 5th, 2000 - University of Michigan Health System News

Using Mathematics to Understand a Speciies of Bacteria That Can Add Up to Big Trouble: - Helicobacter pylori is Sometimes Hard to Stomach - Winter 2000 - Medicine at Michigan

 

 
     

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