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Will an outbreak exceed available resources for control? Estimating the risk from invading pathogens using practical definitions of a severe epidemic
Journal of The Royal Society Interface issue 172 volume 17 page 20200690-20200690 (11 November 2020)
Key questions for modelling COVID-19 exit strategies
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences issue 1932 volume 287 (12 August 2020)
Estimating COVID-19 outbreak risk through air travel.
Journal of travel medicine (5 June 2020)
Epidemiological models are important tools for guiding COVID-19 interventions
BMC Medicine issue 1 volume 18 page 152- (25 May 2020)
A theoretical framework for transitioning from patient-level to population-scale epidemiological dynamics: influenza A as a case study
Interface issue 166 volume 17 (13 May 2020)
Time from symptom onset to hospitalisation of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases: implications for the proportion of transmissions from infectors with few symptoms
Journal of Clinical Medicine issue 5 volume 9 (1 May 2020)
The probability of detection of SARS-CoV-2 in saliva.
Statistical methods in medical research issue 4 volume 29 page 1049-1050 (1 April 2020)
Epidemiological identification of a novel pathogen in real time: analysis of the atypical pneumonia outbreak in Wuhan, China, 2019–2020
Journal of Clinical Medicine issue 3 volume 9 (27 February 2020)
Novel coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China, 2020: intense surveillance is vital for preventing sustained transmission in new locations
Journal of Clinical Medicine issue 2 volume 9 (11 February 2020)
Evolutionary consequences of feedbacks between within-host competition and disease control.
Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health issue 1 volume 2020 page 30-34 (4 February 2020)