Emergence, Evolution and Epidemiology
This is a website for collaborative analysis and discussion about the emergence, evolution and epidemiology of novel human viral pathogens. The site is divided into sections for different viruses. The aim is to present new analyses as data becomes available.
All content is publically viewable but adding content, comments or blog entries is restricted to account holders.
Emerging viruses and new epidemics
Recently discovered and newly emerging viruses
- Spatial, temporal and epidemiological information
- Phylogenetic Analysis
- Molecular Evolutionary Analysis
- MERS-CoV potential reservoir and related viruses in non-human hosts
|Genetic evidence of a camel reservoir of MERS-CoV
|Speculation and evidence for a camel source of human MERS-CoV
|MERS-CoV-like fragment in bat in Saudia Arabia
- Genome Mutations of Novel Human Betacoronavirus 2c
Major human pandemics
Ongoing work on the molecular epidemiology and evolution of major human pathogens. Influenza will be added first, others to follow.
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
Hepatitis virus C (HCV)
West Nile virus
Methods and techniques
Notes and tutorials on the methods used for molecular epidemiology and evolution
Contributed questions and analyses for answering them
Bayesian MCMC software for analysing pathogen gene sequences