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  • How to detect and reduce potential sources of biases in epidemiologic studies of SARS-CoV-2 

    Accorsi, Emma; Qiu, Xueting; Rumpler, Eva; Kennedy-Shaffer, Lee; Kahn, Rebecca; Joshi, Keya; Goldstein, Edward; Stensrud, Mats J.; Niehus, Rene; Cevik, Muge; Lipsitch, Marc (2020-11-10)
    In response to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, public health scientists have produced a large and rapidly expanding body of literature that aims to answer critical questions, such as the proportion of the ...
  • Interaction Patterns of Men Who Have Sex With Men on a Geosocial Networking Mobile App in Seven United States Metropolitan Areas: Observational Study 

    Abuelezam, Nadia N; Reshef, Yakir A; Novak, David; Grad, Yonatan Hagai; Seage III, George R; Mayer, Kenneth; Lipsitch, Marc (JMIR Publications Inc., 2019-09-12)
    The structure of the sexual networks and partnership characteristics of young black men who have sex with men (MSM) may be contributing to their high risk of contracting HIV in the United States. Assortative mixing, which ...
  • Mathematical modelling for antibiotic resistance control policy: do we know enough? 

    Knight, Gwenan M.; Davies, Nicholas G.; Colijn, Caroline; Coll, Francesc; Donker, Tjibbe; Gifford, Danna R.; Glover, Rebecca E.; Jit, Mark; Klemm, Elizabeth; Lehtinen, Sonja; Lindsay, Jodi A.; Lipsitch, Marc; Llewelyn, Martin J.; Mateus, Ana L. P.; Robotham, Julie V.; Sharland, Mike; Stekel, Dov; Yakob, Laith; Atkins, Katherine E. (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2019-11-29)
    Background Antibiotics remain the cornerstone of modern medicine. Yet there exists an inherent dilemma in their use: we are able to prevent harm by administering antibiotic treatment as necessary to both humans and animals, ...

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