Daniel B. Reeves, PhD

Dr. Daniel Reeves PhD
Staff Scientist

Daniel B. Reeves, PhD

Senior Staff Scientist, Schiffer Group
Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division, Fred Hutch

Affiliate Assistant Professor
Department of Global Health, University of Washington

Mail Stop: E4-100

Creates mathematical models of viral and immune system dynamics and evolution. Uses theoretical and computational methods to better understand host-pathogen interplay and inform the development of preventative and curative interventions.


Dartmouth College, 2015, PhD (Physics)

Colby College, 2010, BA (Physics)

Research Interests

HIV latent reservoirs and proviral clones

Within-host HIV evolution

Broadly neutralizing antibodies for HIV

SARS-CoV-2 epidemiology, superspreading, and vaccines

Ecology of human T cells

Current Projects

Linking T cell and HIV clonal dynamics during suppressive antiretroviral therapy (ART)

Pediatric HIV reservoir decline

Anti-proliferative therapy for HIV

HIV persistence in CD4+ T cell subsets

Viral dynamics in the antibody mediated prevention (AMP) studies

Board member of Hutch United, a grassroots diversity equity and inclusivity group that promotes the success of underrepresented scientists.

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