HIV SEQUENCE VARIATION AND STATISTICAL METHODS

Sylvia Spengler sylviaj at ux5.lbl.gov
Mon Jan 11 19:29:17 EST 1993





          HIV SEQUENCE VARIATION AND STATISTICAL METHODS


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DATE	    January 29, 1993

PLACE:       University of Southern California
             Department of Mathematics, DRB 337

PROGRAM:

8:15 a.m.    Coffee in DRB 251

9:00 a.m.    Bette Korber:

             International Variation of HIV-1 and Implications for Vaccine
             Design.

                Theoretical Biology and Biophysics, T10
                Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM 87545
                Santa Fe Institute,
                1660 Old Pecos Trail Suite A, Santa Fe NM 87501

10:00 a.m.   Irvin Chen:

             HIV Sequence Variation during Acute Infection by HIV-1

                Department of Immunology
                UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California 90024

11:00 a.m.   Steven Wolinsky:

             Mother-Infant Transmission of HIV-1: Current Knowledge and Future D
   irections

                Department of Medicine
                Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, IL 60611

12:00 a.m.   LUNCH

2:00 p.m.    Sheng-Yung P. Chang:

             Sequence Variation Among Early Isolates of HIV-1

                Roche Molecular Systems
                1145 Atlantic Ave, Alameda, CA 94501


2:30 p.m.    Barbara H. Bowman:

             Phylogenetic Analysis of Intra- and Interpatient Variability
             in HIV-1 Sequences

                Roche Molecular Systems
                1145 Atlantic Ave, Alameda, CA 94501

3:00 p.m.    Alan Lapedes:

             Covariation of Mutations in HIV-1 and other Sequences:
             Informative Correlations and Phylogenetic Fallacies

                Complex Systems Group (T13)
                Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM 87545

4:00 p.m.    Michael Waterman:

             General Discussion

                Mathematics Department
                University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-1113

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