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Biological processes occur at distinct but interlinked scales of organization. Yet, mathematical models are often focused on a single scale. Recently, there has been a significant interest in creating and using models that link the withinhost dynamics and population level dynamics of infectious diseases. These types of multi-scale models, called immuno-epidemiological models, fall in four categories, dependent on the type of the epidemiological component of the model: network or individualdoi:10.11145/j.biomath.2015.10.091 fatcat:nqag4ot675ggpm5vprslzyg23m