The Infectious Disease Dynamics Group
The Infectious Disease Dynamics group is made up of faculty, post-docs, graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in the dynamics of a wide span of infectious diseases, from dengue to influenza to chikungunya, based at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The group uses a combination of theoretical and empirical approaches to study transmission dynamics.
Andrew Azman and Justin Lessler has an upcoming paper in Proc. R. Soc, Reactive vaccination in the presence of disease hotspots (in press).
Andrew Azman had How much is tuberculosis screening worth? Estimating the value of active case finding for tuberculosis in South Africa, China, and India published in BMC Medicine.
Henrik Salje has started working as a Visiting Researcher at the Mathematical Modelling Unit at the Pasteur Institute in Paris and has published Dynamics of Japanese Encephalitis Virus Transmission among Pigs in Northwest Bangladesh and the Potential Impact of Pig Vaccination in PLoS NTD.
Henrik Salje and Derek Cummings had The spatial dynamics of dengue virus in Kamphaeng Phet, Thailand published in PLoS NTD.
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