Dr. Tiago Graf

Research interests in phylogenetics and molecular evolution.

Contact Details:

Email: tiago@gmail.com

Telephone: +27 (0)31 260 1925


Interested in molecular evolution analysis of virus data. I am specially interested in the application and development of phylogeographic methods.


Ph.D. Biotechnology and Biosciences, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil, 2015

Ph.D. Fellow, Leuven Catholic University, Belgium, 2014

Open access pdf Publications

Transmission networks and risk of HIV infection in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: a community-wide phylogenetic study.
de Oliveira T, Kharsany ABM, Graf T, Cawood C, Khanyile D, Grobler A, Puren A, Madurai S, Baxter C, Karim QA, Karim SSA, Lancet HIV (2017), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S2352-3018(16)30186-2:.

Comprehensive Characterization of HIV-1 Molecular Epidemiology and Demographic History in the Brazilian Region Most Heavily Affected by AIDS.
Graf T, Fritsch HM, de Medeiros RM, Junqueira DM, Almeida SEM, Pinto AR , Journal of Virology (2016), 90(18):8160-8168.

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KwaZulu-Natal Research and Innovation Sequencing Platform (KRISP) Established

KRISP News - 2017-07-12

The Technology Innovation Agency (TIA) and UKZN have signed an agreement for the establishment of KRISP - the KwaZulu-Natal Research and Innovation Sequencing Platform.

The Lancet

Two manuscripts featured in the Lancet website front webpage on AIDS day.

The Lancet - 2016-12-01

Two of our recently published manuscripts (de Oliveira et al. Lancet HIV 2016 & Gregson et al Lancet Infectious Diseases 2016) are highlighed in the Lancet website front webpage...

KwaZulu-Natal Research Innovation and Sequencing Platform (KRISP), K-RITH Tower Building, Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, UKZN

Contact: Prof. Tulio de Oliveira, Tel: +27 31 260 4898, Email: tuliodna@gmail.com & deoliveira@ukzn.ac.za

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