Jeremie Guedj Mathematical Modeling in Infectious Diseases

Course and current status



Mathematical Modeling of Viral Dynamics & Antiviral Therapy

Since 2012

Researcher at French National Institute of Health and Medical

Research (Inserm)


UMR1137 INSERM, University Paris Diderot, Bichat University Hospital, Paris, France 

2009 - 2012

Postdoctoral research fellow with Alan S. Perelson


Theoretical Biology & Biophysics, Los Alamos National Laboratory, NM, USA 

2007 – 2009

Postdoctoral research fellow with Avidan U. Neumann


Mina & Everard Goodman Faculty of Life Sciences, Bar-Ilan University. Tel-Aviv, Israel 

2003 - 2006     

PhD in biostatistics

“Inference in dynamical models of population: application to HIV & HCV”

Supervision : Dr. Rodolphe Thiébaut & Pr. Daniel Commenges


ISPED-University Victor Segalen, Bordeaux, France 

2002 - 2003

M.Sc. in applied mathematics

“Modeling HIV primo-infection using stochastic differential equations”

Supervision : Pr. Daniel Commenges


University Rennes I, France 

2000 – 2003

Graduated from Engineer School of Statistics (ENSAI)




Scientific summary

Jeremie Guedj is a researcher in biostatistics/pharmacometrics at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm). During his PhD from 2003 to 2006, Jeremie worked on the statistical issues of parameter estimation in viral dynamic models of HIV. As a postdoctoral fellow between 2007 and 2012 with Avidan Neumann in Bar-Ilan University and then with Alan Perelson in Los Alamos National Laboratory, Jeremie has specialized into the understanding of HCV kinetics with direct antiviral agents.

Since 2012, he is a full time research scientist at INSERM UMR1137, where he is working on theoretical and applied aspects of the host-pathogen interaction in chronic (HIV/SIV, HBV, HCV) and acute infections (Ebola, Zika). His researches have theoretical and clinical objectives, such as understanding the drug's mode of action, estimating their antiviral effectiveness in vivo and improving individualization of therapy.

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