Narges Zarrabi

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A key issue in pedagogy is individualization, i.e., adapting the teaching to the needs of various learners. In many cases, however, current e-learning systems have so far focused most on porting existing courses with traditional teaching methods onto the web/virtual environments without any fine-tuning and adaptation to the learner needs, just making(More)
Modeling HIV infection has a long history since 1980s when HIV was discovered and the AIDS symptomes were first observed. In recent decades, treating Human Immunodeficiency Virus infection and AIDS has been the main research topic of many experiments in laboratories around the world. In spite of the broad effort in designing antiretroviral drugs for(More)
As days go by, we hear more and more about HIV, Ebola, Bird Flu and other dreadful viruses which were unknown a few decades ago. In both detecting and fighting viral diseases ordinary methods have come across some basic and important difficulties. Vaccination is by a sense introduction of the virus to the immune system before the occurrence of the real case(More)
Complexity and complex systems are all around us: from molecular and cellular systems in biology up to economics and human societies. There is an urgent need for methods that can capture the multi-scale spatio-temporal characteristics of complex systems. Recent emphasis has centered on two methods in vailable online 20 August 2015
Inferring disease transmission networks is important in epidemiology in order to understand and prevent the spread of infectious diseases. Reconstruction of the infection transmission networks requires insight into viral genome data as well as social interactions. For the HIV-1 epidemic, current research either uses genetic information of patients' virus to(More)
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