Christian Selinger has a MSc in mathematics from the University of Vienna and a PhD in mathematics from the University of Luxembourg. He has also studied mathematics at the University of Paris 6. Christian has worked in the field of stochastic analysis, optimal transport theory, and systems biology of infectious diseases for 2 years. Prior to joining IDM, he analyzed host response to viral infections within the context of emerging pathogens (MERS CoV) and non-human primate AIDS vaccine studies (SIV). As a member of IDM’s research team, he is focusing on polio immunity model calibration for IPV vaccination and modeling intra-host HIV drug resistance and adherence.