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Christopher Myers

Christopher Myers, Physics

My research spans infection biology across scales and systems, utilizing a variety of theoretical and computational approaches, such as: modeling of infectious disease dynamics in complex populations, networks and landscapes; characterizing the structure, function and evolution of cellular networks involved in pathogen virulence and host immune response, and; probing the logic of information processing underlying recognition, communication, disruption, and evasion in host-pathogen interactions.

Title: Senior Research Associate/Adjunct Professor

Department: Center for Advanced Computing/Physics

Roles: Faculty Investigator

Research Areas: Animal Hosts, Bacteria, Disease Ecology and Evolution, Genetics, Genomics and Cell Biology of Infection, Microbiota and Microbiomes, Plant Hosts