Contents

Section I: Model Infrastructure

  • The implications of spatial structure within populations to the evolution of parasites
  • Mike Boots, Masashi Kamo, and Akira Sasaki

  • Insights from Price's equation into evolutionary epidemiology
  • Troy Day and Sylvain Gandon

  • Within-host pathogen dynamics: Some ecological and evolutionary consequences of transients, dispersal mode, and within-host spatial heterogeneity
  • Robert D. Holt and Michael Barfield

  • Evolutionary and dynamic models of infection with internal host structure
  • John K. Kelly

  • Basic methods for modeling the invasion and spread of contagious diseases
  • Wayne M. Getz and James O. Lloyd-Smith

    Section II: Applications to Specific Diseases

  • Modeling the invasion and spread of contagious diseases in heterogeneous populations
  • Wayne M. Getz, James O. Lloyd-Smith, Paul C. Cross, Shirli Bar-David, Philip L. Johnson, Travis C. Porco, and Maria S. Sanchez

  • A cophylogenetic perspective on host-pathogen evolution
  • Michael A. Charleston and Alison P. Galvani

  • The influence of anti-viral drug therapy on the evolution of HIV-1 pathogens
  • Zhilan Feng and Libin Rong

  • Do rhinoviruses follow the neutral theory? The role of cross-immunity in maintaining the diversity of the common cold
  • William J. Koppelman and Frederick R. Adler

  • Drug resistance in acute viral infections: rhinovirus as a case study
  • Alun L. Lloyd and Dominik Wodarz

  • Dynamics and control of antibiotic resistance in structured metapopulations
  • David L. Smith, Maciej F. Boni, and Ramanan Laxminarayan