Coinfection affects up to 60% of patients hospitalized influenza-like illnesses, however, the role of the innate immune response in coinfections is not understood. Interferons, part of the innate immune response, are a type of chemical released by infected cells that can help establish an antiviral state in cells by increasing resistance to infection and reducing production of viruses. Although the increased resistance to infection can help suppress both viruses, the reduction in the production of one virus may aid in increasing the growth of another virus during coinfection due to less competition. We will use a mathematical model to examine the interaction via interferons between respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and influenza A virus (IAV) during coinfections. This model will measure viral titer, duration of the viral infection, and interferon production allowing us to understand how interferon production of one virus helps or hinders the secondary virus.

# Posters-05

#### Wednesday, June 16 at 11:30pm (PDT)

Thursday, June 17 at 07:30am (BST)

Thursday, June 17 03:30pm (KST)

# Posters-05

**IMMU**

**IMMU-6 (Session: PS05)**

**Neha Singaravelan**

*Texas Christian University*

"Viral coinfection interaction through interferon"

**MEPI**

**MEPI-59 (Session: PS05)**

**Khagendra Adhikari**

*Tribhuvan University*

" Modelling COVID-19 in Nepal: Effectiveness of Control Measures"

**MEPI**

**MEPI-60 (Session: PS05)**

**Ramesh Gautam**

*Tribhuvan University*

"Modeling Imported malaria in Nepal with control strategies"

**MEPI**

**MEPI-61 (Session: PS05)**

**Akhil Kumar Srivastav**

*Vellore Institute of Technology*

"Modeling and optimal control analysis of COVID-19: Case studies from Italy and Spain"

**MEPI**

**MEPI-62 (Session: PS05)**

**Laura Marcela Guzman Rincon**

*University of Warwick*

"Estimation of the Growth-Rate of the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic at a subpopulation level"

**MEPI**

**MEPI-63 (Session: PS05)**

**Amit Sharma**

*JC DAV COLLEGE DASUYA*

"Modelling the COVID-19 epidemic using delayed-impulsive differential equations"

**MFBM**

**MFBM-10 (Session: PS05)**

**Yuki Takahashi**

*Akita prefectural University*

"Chromatin dynamics by polymer models and Brownian dynamics with collisions"

**MFBM**

**MFBM-11 (Session: PS05)**

**Eun Han Goo**

*Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(KAIST)*

"Development of a Mathematical Model for Predicting Accurate Hepatic Clearance of Drug"

**MFBM**

**MFBM-12 (Session: PS05)**

**Peerdeman GY**

*University of Applied Sciences Leiden*

"Standardizing the exchange of model states between cellular models using MultiCellDS"

**MFBM**

**MFBM-13 (Session: PS05)**

**Yifei Li**

*Queensland University of Technology*

"Dimensionality affects extinction of bistable populations"

**MFBM**

**MFBM-5 (Session: PS05)**

**Hyundong Kim**

*Korea University*

"Numerical simulation of the pattern formation in reaction-diffusion equations on time-stepped moving curved surfaces"

**MFBM**

**MFBM-6 (Session: PS05)**

**Galina Kolesova**

*InSysBio, Moscow, Russia*

"Application of different approaches to generate virtual patient populations for QSP model of Erythropoiesis"

**MFBM**

**MFBM-7 (Session: PS05)**

**Veronika Musatova**

*INSYSBIO*

"Unified approach for in vitro data based parameters estimation"

**MFBM**

**MFBM-8 (Session: PS05)**

**Dmitry Shchelokov**

*InSysBio, Moscow, Russia*

"Specific lysis modeling and parameter extraction from experimental data"

**MFBM**

**MFBM-9 (Session: PS05)**

**Yun Min Song**

*Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology*

"Universally valid reduction of multiscale stochastic biochemical systems with simple non-elementary propensities"

**POPD**

**POPD-1 (Session: PS05)**

**Emmanuel Adabor**

*Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration*

"On the analysis of antigenic relatedness of influenza A (H3N2) viruses"

**POPD**

**POPD-10 (Session: PS05)**

**Robert West**

*Department of Physics at Bar-Ilan University*

"Evolution of a Fluctuating Population in a Switching Environment: Random versus Periodic"

**POPD**

**POPD-2 (Session: PS05)**

**Matthew Edgington**

*The Pirbright Institute*

"Split drive killer-rescue: A novel threshold-dependent gene drive"

**POPD**

**POPD-3 (Session: PS05)**

**Lucy Lansch-Justen**

*The University of Edinburgh*

"Quantifying Stress-induced Mutagenesis"

**POPD**

**POPD-4 (Session: PS05)**

**Pierre Lafont**

*University of Edinburgh*

"Capturing Bacterial Ecology in models of antibiotic treatments"

**POPD**

**POPD-5 (Session: PS05)**

**Tahani Alkarkhi**

*University of Essex*

"Population Dynamics and Pattern Formation in a Plankton Model"

**POPD**

**POPD-6 (Session: PS05)**

**Anni S. Halkola**

*Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Turku, Finland*

"Strategy dynamics in a metapopulation model of cancer cells"

**POPD**

**POPD-7 (Session: PS05)**

**Kyohei Suzuki**

*Akita Prefectural University*

"Collective behavior and ambient flow in barnacle cypris larvae"

**POPD**

**POPD-8 (Session: PS05)**

**Román Zapién-Campos**

*Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology*

"The effect of fitness differences in death-birth models with immigration"

**POPD**

**POPD-9 (Session: PS05)**

**Alan Scaramangas**

*City, University of Lodnon*

"Evolutionarily stable aposematic signalling in prey-predator systems where the prey population consists of one species."