Statistical Communications in Infectious Diseases

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Statistical Communications in Infectious Diseases

Editor-in-Chief: Evans, Scott


Mathematical Citation Quotient (MCQ) 2014: 0.12

Volume 4, Issue 1 (Jan 2012)

Article

Maximum a Posteriori Estimation in Dynamical Models of Primary HIV Infection

Drylewicz, Julia / Commenges, Daniel / Thiebaut, Rodolphe

Published Online: 05/08/2012

Is The Age-Period-Cohort Model Well Suited to an Epidemic Context? The Case of the French BSE Epidemic

Sala, Carole / Durand, Benoit / Costagliola, Dominique / Ducrot, Christian / Calavas, Didier

Published Online: 10/24/2012

Estimating Trends in Incidence, Time-to-Diagnosis and Undiagnosed Prevalence using a CD4-based Bayesian Back-calculation

Birrell, Paul J. / Chadborn, Tim R. / Gill, O. Noel / Delpech, Valerie C. / De Angelis, Daniela

Published Online: 11/09/2012

Conference Proceedings

HIV Sexual Networks: The Montreal Experience

Brenner, Bluma / Moodie, Erica E. M.

Published Online: 04/24/2012

Heterogeneity in Number and Type of Sexual Contacts in a Gay Urban Cohort

Romero-Severson, Ethan O. / Alam, Shah Jamal / Volz, Erik M. / Koopman, James S.

Published Online: 11/04/2012

Episodic HIV Risk Behavior Can Greatly Amplify HIV Prevalence and the Fraction of Transmissions from Acute HIV Infection

Zhang, Xinyu / Zhong, Lin / Romero-Severson, Ethan / Alam, Shah Jamal / Henry, Christopher J. / Volz, Erik M. / Koopman, James S.

Published Online: 11/04/2012

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