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Philip Arevalo
Phil Arevalo

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Oidtman RJ, Arevalo P, Bi Q, McGough L, Russo CJ, Vera Cruz D, Costa Vieira M, Gostic KM. (2021). Influenza immune escape under heterogeneous host immune histories. Trends in microbiology

Holden TM, Richardson RAK, Arevalo P, Duffus WA, Runge M, Whitney E, Wise L, Ezike NO, Patrick S, Cobey S, Gerardin J. (2021). Geographic and demographic heterogeneity of SARS-CoV-2 diagnostic testing in Illinois, USA, March to December 2020. medRxiv : the preprint server for health sciences

Vieira MC, Donato CM, Arevalo P, Rimmelzwaan GF, Wood T, Lopez L, Huang QS, Dhanasekaran V, Koelle K, Cobey S. (2021). Lineage-specific protection and immune imprinting shape the age distributions of influenza B cases. Nature communications, 12(1)

Holden TM, Richardson RAK, Arevalo P, Duffus WA, Runge M, Whitney E, Wise L, Ezike NO, Patrick S, Cobey S, Gerardin J. (2021). Geographic and demographic heterogeneity of SARS-CoV-2 diagnostic testing in Illinois, USA, March to December 2020. BMC public health, 21(1)

VanInsberghe D, Arevalo P, Chien D, Polz MF. (2020). How can microbial population genomics inform community ecology?. Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences, 375(1798)

Dugan HL, Guthmiller JJ, Arevalo P, Huang M, Chen YQ, Neu KE, Henry C, Zheng NY, Lan LY, Tepora ME, Stovicek O, Bitar D, Palm AE, Stamper CT, Changrob S, Utset HA, Coughlan L, Krammer F, Cobey S, Wilson PC. (2020). Preexisting immunity shapes distinct antibody landscapes after influenza virus infection and vaccination in humans. Science translational medicine, 12(573)

Arevalo P, McLean HQ, Belongia EA, Cobey S. (2020). Earliest infections predict the age distribution of seasonal influenza A cases. eLife, (9)

Arevalo P, VanInsberghe D, Elsherbini J, Gore J, Polz MF. (2019). A Reverse Ecology Approach Based on a Biological Definition of Microbial Populations. Cell, 178(4)

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