Mathematical Immunology

We study dynamic processes in biology. We are especially interested in population dynamics of cells and organisms, and the effect of stochastic fluctuations on such populations.
Examples for problems in math-biology that we have been studying in recent years are:
A) Evolution of B cells in germinal center and the interaction between affinity maturation and population dynamics.
B) Common goods problem.
C) Tumor-immune interactions
D) Population dynamics of B and T cell clones and viruses.
E) Quasi species of viruses and immune clones population dynamics
Our analysis is based on extensive combination of large scale data analysis, computational simulations and analytical models.