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Department of Veterinary Medicine

Cambridge Veterinary School

Studying at Cambridge

 

A S Md Mukarram Hossain

A S Md Mukarram Hossain

Supervisor - Dr Simon Frost

Evolution of viruses and host-pathogen interactions

High throughput analysis of viral sequence data


Biography:

2013 - present: PhD in Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge, UK

 

2012: MSc Bioinformatics and Systems Biology, University of Manchester, UK

 

2009: MS Computer Science and Engineering, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

 

2008: BSc in Computer Science and Engineering, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Subject groups/Research projects

Infection and Immunity:

Research Interests

My current PhD project aims at understanding the dynamics of infectious diseases caused by viruses using bioinformatics tools. Real clinical data will be used to understand disease progression. Virus evolution and host-pathogen interactions will also be examined.

Keywords

  • Epidemiology
  • Immunology
  • Bioinformatics

Key Publications

  • Oliver Ratmann, Emma B Hodcroft, Michael Pickles, Anne Cori, Matthew Hall, Samantha Lycett, Caroline Colijn, Bethany Dearlove, Xavier Didelot, Simon Frost, A S Md Mukarram Hossain, Jeffrey B Joy, Michelle Kendall, Denise Kühnert, Gabriel E Leventhal, Richard Liang, Giacomo Plazzotta, Art Poon, David A Rasmussen, Tanja Stadler, Erik Volz, Caroline Weis, Andrew J Leigh Brown, Christophe Fraser. 2016. Phylogenetic Tools for Generalized HIV-1 Epidemics: Findings from the PANGEA-HIV Methods Comparison. Molecular Biology and Evolution.
  • Simon DW Frost, Ben Murrell, A S Md Mukarram Hossain, Gregg J Silverman, Sergei L Kosakovsky Pond. 2015. Assigning and visualizing germline genes in antibody repertoires. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B. 370 (1676), 20140240.
  • A S Md Mukarram Hossain, Benjamin P Blackburne, Abhijeet Shah, Simon Whelan. 2015. Evidence of statistical inconsistency of phylogenetic methods in the presence of multiple sequence alignment uncertainty. Genome Biology and Evolution.