Since 1993, the international Dynamics & Evolution of Human Viruses meeting — formerly the "international workshop on HIV Dynamics & Evolution", and often shortened to "Dynamics" — has brought together researchers with expertise in mathematical modeling, computational biology, and virology to promote the exchange of new findings and ideas in the study of human viruses. For instance, the first meetings of this series played a crucial role in determining the origin and evolution of human and non-human retroviruses, and the dynamics of virus replication within hosts.

'Dynamics' is generally a three day meeting, with attendance limited to about 150 participants to promote interaction. All participants attend the same sessions in this single-track meeting, with a mix of peer-reviewed oral and poster presentations. Sessions are themed on a variety of topics. Past meetings have included sessions on software development, modeling within-host dynamics, phylodynamics and transmission cluster analysis.

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