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Lee BY, Wiringa AE.  2011.  The 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic: a case study of how modeling can assist all stages of vaccine decision-making.. Hum Vaccin. 7(1):115-9.
Lee BY, H Y Tai J, Bailey RR, McGlone SM, Wiringa AE, Zimmer SM, Smith KJ, Zimmerman RK.  2011.  Economic model for emergency use authorization of intravenous peramivir.. Am J Manag Care. 17(1):e1-9.
Pellis L, Ferguson NM, Fraser C.  2011.  Epidemic growth rate and household reproduction number in communities of households, schools and workplaces.. J Math Biol. 63(4):691-734.
Fraser C, Cummings DAT, Klinkenberg D, Burke DS, Ferguson NM.  2011.  Influenza transmission in households during the 1918 pandemic.. Am J Epidemiol. 174(5):505-14.
Shim E, Meyers LAncel, Galvani AP.  2011.  Optimal H1N1 vaccination strategies based on self-interest versus group interest.. BMC Public Health. 11 Suppl 1:S4.
Althouse BM, Ng YYng, Cummings DAT.  2011.  Prediction of dengue incidence using search query surveillance.. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 5(8):e1258.
Shim E.  2011.  Prioritization of delayed vaccination for pandemic influenza.. Math Biosci Eng. 8(1):95-112.
Opatowski L, Fraser C, Griffin J, de Silva E, Van Kerkhove MD, Lyons EJ, Cauchemez S, Ferguson NM.  2011.  Transmission characteristics of the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic: comparison of 8 Southern hemisphere countries.. PLoS Pathog. 7(9):e1002225.
Brown ST, H Y Tai J, Bailey RR, Cooley PC, Wheaton WD, Potter MA, Voorhees RE, LeJeune M, Grefenstette JJ, Burke DS et al..  2011.  Would school closure for the 2009 H1N1 influenza epidemic have been worth the cost?: a computational simulation of Pennsylvania. BMC Public Health. 11:353.