Publications

  1. 2017 JI Liechti, GE Leventhal, S Bonhoeffer Host population structure impedes reversion to drug sensitivity after discontinuation of treatment PLoS Comput Biol 13 (8), e1005704
  2. 2017 GE Leventhal, M Ackermann, K Schiessl Benefits of siderophore release lie in mediating diffusion limitation at low iron solubility bioRxiv 10.1101/093948
  3. 2017 F Bertels, A Marzel, GE Leventhal, V Mitov, J Fellay, HF Gunthard, J Boni, S Yerly, T Klimkait, V Aubert, M Battegay, A Rauch, M Cavassini, A Calmy, E Bernasconi, P Schmid, A Scherrer, V Muller, S Bonhoeffer, R Kouyos, RR Regoes Dissecting HIV Virulence: Heritability Of Setpoint Viral Load, CD4+ T Cell Decline And Per-Parasite Pathogenicity Molecular Biology and Evolution msx246
  4. 2017 N Bachmann, T Turk, C Kadelka, A Marzel, M Shilaih, J Böni, V Aubert, T Klimkait, GE Leventhal, HF Günthard, R Kouyos, and the Swiss HIV Cohort Study Parent-offspring regression to estimate the heritability of an HIV-1 trait in a realistic setup Retrovirology 14 (33)
  5. 2017 O Ratmann, EB Hodcroft, M Pickles, A Cori, M Hall, S Lycett, C Colijn, B Dearlove, X Didelot, S Frost, AS Hossain, JB Joy, M Kendall, D Kühnert, GE Leventhal, R Liang, G Plazzotta, AFY Poon, DA Rasmussen, T Stadler, E Volz, C Weis, AJ Leigh Brown, C Fraser Phylogenetic Tools for Generalized HIV-1 Epidemics: Findings from the PANGEA-HIV Methods Comparison Molecular Biology and Evolution 34 (1), 185-203
  6. 2016 W Delva, GE Leventhal, S Helleringer Connecting the dots: network data and models in HIV epidemiology AIDS 30 (13), 2009-2020
  7. 2016 L du Plessis, GE Leventhal, S Bonhoeffer How good are statistical models at approximating complex fitness landscapes Molecular Biology and Evolution 33 (9), 2454-2468
  8. 2016 GE Leventhal, S Bonhoeffer Potential pitfalls in estimating viral load heritability Trends in Microbiology 24 (9), 687-698
  9. 2015 T Stadler, TG Vaughan, A Gavryushkin, S Guindon, D Kühnert, GE Leventhal, AJ Drummond How well can the exponential-growth coalescent approximate constant-rate birth–death population dynamics? Proceeding of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1806), 20150420
  10. 2015 S Bonhoeffer, C Fraser, GE Leventhal. Heritability and the distribution of set point viral load in HIV carriers PLoS Pathogens 11 (2), e1004634
  11. 2015 GE Leventhal, AL Hill, M Nowak, and S Bonhoeffer. Evolution and emergence of infectious diseases in theoretical and real-world networks Nature Communications 6, doi:10.1038/ncomms7101
    doi:10.1038/ncomms7101 equal contribution
  12. 2014 GE Leventhal, L Wang, RD Kouyos. Real-world Interaction Networks Buffer Impact of Small Evolutionary Shifts On Biodiversity bioRxiv 013086
    doi:10.1101/013086 equal contribution
  13. 2014 C Fraser, K Lythgoe, GE Leventhal, G Shirreff, TD Hollingsworth, S Alizon, S Bonhoeffer. Virulence and Pathogenesis of HIV-1 Infection: An Evolutionary Perspective Science 343 (6177), 1243727
  14. 2014 GE Leventhal, SR Dünner, S Barribeau. Delayed virulence and limited costs promote fecundity compensation upon infection American Naturalist 103 (4), 480-493
    doi:10.1086/675242 equal contribution
  15. 2014 GE Leventhal, H Günthard, S Bonhoeffer, T Stadler. Using an epidemiological model for phylogenetic inference reveals density-dependence in HIV transmission Molecular Biology and Evolution 31 (1), 6-17
  16. 2013 A Hool, GE Leventhal, S Bonhoeffer. Virus-induced target cell activation reconciles set-point viral load heritability and within-host evolution Epidemics 7, 35-35
    doi:10.1016/j.epidem.2013.09.002 equal contribution
  17. 2012 RD Kouyos, GE Leventhal, T Hinkley, M Haddad, JM Whitcomb, CJ Petropoulos, S Bonhoeffer. Exploring the Complexity of the HIV-1 Fitness Landscape PLoS Genetics 8 (3), e1002551
  18. 2012 GE Leventhal, R Kouyos, T Stadler, V von Wyl, S Yerly, J Böni, C Cellerai, T Klimkait, HF Günthard, S Bonhoeffer. Inferring Epidemic Contact Structure from Phylogenetic Trees PLoS Computational Biology 8 (3), e1002413