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2nd Edition of Virology World Conference

21-22, 2023

June 21 -22, 2023 | Rome, Italy

Phylogenetic or Epidemiologic Studies

Phylogenetic or Epidemiologic Studies

The study of evolutionary relationships among biological things — usually species, individuals, or genes – is known as phylogenetics (which may be referred to as taxa). Phylogenetic inference methods, which examine reported heritable features like DNA sequences, protein amino acid sequences, or morphology, frequently under a given model of trait evolution, propose these relationships. A phylogeny (also known as a phylogenetic tree) is the result of such an analysis—a diagrammatic theory of relationships that depicts the evolutionary history of a group of organisms. Phylogenetics can be used to explore how viruses are related, as well as how they have changed and spread over time.

Epidemiology is the study of disease and other health-related issues in populations, as well as the application of this knowledge to prevent health problems. Epidemiology's goal is to figure out what risk factors are linked to a certain disease and how disease might be prevented in groups of people; but, because epidemiology is observational, it can't tell you what caused a disease in a specific person.

  • Genomic Epidemiology
  • Epidemic Modelling
  • Phylogenetic Approach for Infectious Disease

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