I am currently a Junior Fellow at the Collegium Helveticum, Zurich. I have expertise in biostatistics and quantitative immunology and previously worked at the University of Zurich, in both Alexandra Trkola and Roger Kouyos groups. I am interested in answering concrete clinical questions on vaccine and treatments for infectious diseases, by developing and applying mathematical and biostatistical methods to the immunology, virology, and hematology fields. I have interest in quantifying factors underlying immune variations in humans, and particularly the role of sex and gender.
Meet Chloé Pasin, Postdoc in Quantitative Immunology
Columbia Postdoc Society blog
Ebola vaccine: phase 2 trials confirm modelling results
D4P (Data for the People): Modeling, Math, And Social Mixing
RockEDU Science Outreach
October 30, 2018
Exposure to Harmless Coronaviruses Boosts SARS-CoV-2 Immunity