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Infectious Disease Prediction with Kernel Conditional Density Estimation

Ray EL, Sakrejda K, Lauer SA, Johansson MA, Reich NG. Stat Med

Quantifying the Risk and Cost of Active Monitoring for Infectious Diseases

Reich NG, Lessler J, Varma JK, Vora NM. bioRxiv


Case Study in Evaluating Time Series Prediction Models Using the Relative Mean Absolute Error

Reich NG, Lessler J, Sakrejda K, Lauer SA, Iamsirithaworn S, Cummings DAT. Am Stat

Challenges in Real-Time Prediction of Infectious Disease: A Case Study of Dengue in Thailand

Reich NG, Lauer SA, Sakrejda K, Iamsirithaworn S, Hinjoy S, Suangtho P, Suthachana S, Clapham H, Salje H, Cummings DAT, Lessler J. PLOS Neg Trop Dis

Time to Key Events in the Course of Zika Infection and their Implications for Surveil- lance: A Systematic Review and Pooled Analysis

Lessler J, Ott CT, Carcelen AC, Konikoff JM, Williamson J, Bi Q, Reich NG, Cummings DAT, Kucirka LM, Chaisson LH. Bull WHO, 94

The Respiratory Protection Effectiveness Clinical Trial (ResPECT): A Cluster-Randomized Comparison of Respirator and Medical Mask Effectiveness against Respiratory Infections in Healthcare Personnel.

Radonovich LJ, Bessesen M, Cummings DAT, Eagan A, Gaydos C, Gibert C, Gorse G, Nyquist C, Reich NG, Rodriguez-Barradas M, Savor-Price C, Shaffer R, Simberkoff M, Perl TM. BMC Inf Dis, 16 : 243


Triggering Interventions for Influenza: The ALERT Algorithm

Reich NG, Cummings DAT, Lauer SA, Zorn M, Robinson C, Nyquist AC, Price CS, Simberkoff M, Radonovich LJ, Perl TM. Clin Inf Dis


Interactions between serotypes of dengue highlight epidemiological impact of cross-immunity

Reich NG, Shrestha S, King AA, Rohani P, Lessler J, Kalayanarooj S, Yoon IK, Gibbons RV, Burke DS, Cummings DAT.. JRSI


Empirical power and sample size calculations for cluster-randomized and cluster-randomized crossover studies

Reich NG, Myers JA, Obeng D, Milstone AM, Perl TM. PLOS ONE, 7 : e35564