During the last few years mathematics has had a major impact on
research on AIDS. Perelson will discuss how mathematics has:
|- led to insights into the events that occur within AIDS infected patients|
|- revealed that the virus is both replicating and being cleared at enormously rates|
|- revealed details about the cell populations that are infected by HIV|
|- raised the possibility of eradicating AIDS|
Learn about the current state of AIDS research and where we stand in our fight agains this disease. The talk is aimed at a general audience. No mathematical background will be required, although some differential equations will be displayed.