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    • Magnitude and frequency variations of vector-borne infection outbreaks using the Ross-Macdonald model: explaining and predicting outbreaks of dengue fever 

      Amaku, M.; Azevedo, F.; Burattini, Marcelo Nascimento [UNIFESP]; Coelho, G. E.; Coutinho, F. A. B.; Greenhalgh, D.; Lopez, L. F.; Motitsuki, R. S.; Wilder-Smith, A.; Massad, E. (Cambridge Univ Press, 2016)
      The classical Ross-Macdonald model is often utilized to model vector-borne infections

    • On the origin and timing of Zika virus introduction in Brazil 

      Massad, E.; Burattini, Marcelo Nascimento [UNIFESP]; Khan, K.; Struchiner, C. J.; Coutinho, F. A. B.; Wilder-Smith, A. (Cambridge Univ Press, 2017)
      The timing and origin of Zika virus (ZIKV) introduction in Brazil has been the subject of controversy. Initially, it was assumed that the virus was introduced during the FIFA World Cup in June-July 2014. Then, it was ...

    • A public health risk assessment for yellow fever vaccination: a model exemplified by an outbreak in the state of São Paulo, Brazil 

      Ribeiro, Ana Freitas; Tengan, Cilea; Sato, Helena Keico; Spinola, Roberta; Mascheretti, Melissa; Costa Franca, Ana Cecilia; Port-Carvalho, Marcio; Pereira, Mariza; Souza, Renato Pereira de; Amaku, Marcos; Burattini, Marcelo Nascimento [UNIFESP]; Bezerra Coutinho, Francisco Antonio; Lopez, Luis Fernandez; Massad, Eduardo (Fundaco Oswaldo Cruz, 2015-04-01)
      We propose a method to analyse the 2009 outbreak in the region of Botucatu in the state of São Paulo (SP), Brazil, when 28 yellow fever (YF) cases were confirmed, including 11 deaths. At the time of the outbreak, the ...

    • Study of the COVID-19 pandemic trending behavior in Israeli cities 

      Paiva, Henrique Mohallem [UNIFESP]; Afonso, Rubens Junqueira Magalhães; Sanches, Davi Gonçalves; Pelogia, Frederico José Ribeiro (International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC), 2021-11-02)
      This paper studies the trending behavior of the COVID-19 dynamics in Israeli cities. The model employed is used to describe, for each city, the accumulated number of cases, the number of cases per day, and the predicted ...