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HIV Synthesis Model

Modelling and cost effectiveness analysis to inform response to high levels of HIV drug resistance in sub-Saharan Africa, including deployment of new drug regimens

Project Summary 

Individual based model of HIV to inform policy decisions around HIV programmes in sub Saharan Africa.

Examples include, PrEP, male circumcision, HIV (self)-testing, choice of treatment regimens accounting for drug resistance, monitoring, potential vaccine and cure.

Publications

To view publications arising from this work, please visit the IRIS pages of the researchers Andrew PhillipsLoveleen Bansi-Matharu and Valentina Cambiano

Links to other research

Other research from the UCL Centre for Clinical Research, Epidemiology, Modelling and Evaluation (CREME)

Other research from IGH on Cost-EffectivenessModelling, HIV and Drug Resistance

Other Global research from IGH