Paper on imperfect drug penetration and drug resistance out in PNAS

18 May

I am very excited to announce that our paper entitled: “Imperfect drug penetration leads to spatial monotherapy and rapid evolution of multidrug resistance” is out in PNAS.

Stefany Moreno-Gamez and Alison Hill are co-first authors on this paper. Both of them have contributed to every aspect of the paper.

Daniel Rosenbloom, Dmitri Petrov and Martin Nowak are the other co-authors on the paper.

Two-minute movie explains the main point of the paper

I made a short movie (2.5 minutes) to explain the main point of the paper:

Press info

A press release was posted on EurekAlert.

If you are interested to report on our paper, feel free to get in touch with one of the authors. Pleuni Pennings, Stefany Moreno and Daniel Rosenbloom are most available this week.

Pleuni Pennings is based in San Francisco (Pacific Time Zone, UTC-08:00).

My email address is

Phone number: +1 617 417 7311

Stefany Moreno-Gamez is based in Groningen, The Netherlands (Central European Time Zone, UTC+01:00)

Email address:

Daniel Rosenbloom is based in New York City (Eastern Time Zone, UTC-05:00)

Email address:

The story behind the paper

I wrote a blog post for Haldane’s Sieve about how we started the collaboration that let to the paper. Here is the link.


2 Responses to “Paper on imperfect drug penetration and drug resistance out in PNAS”

  1. katiekanagawa May 18, 2015 at 1:12 pm #

    Thanks for sharing this info, Pleuni! Already shared this on the CEHG Facebook and Twitter pages! 🙂

    Congrats on the new paper!! Hope to see you again soon, Katie

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