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  • Yan, Lei, Gao, Yan, Zhang, Yong, Tildesley, Michael J., Liu, L, Zhang, Y, Wen, Leying, Wang, Wei, Li, Xiaodan, Hu, Ying, Bai, Tian, Wang, Min, Zeng, Yuhong, Wang, Dingming, Wang, Xianjun, Lan, Yu, Wang, Shiwen, Shu, Yuelong. 2012. Epidemiological and virological characteristics ofpandemic influenza A (H1N1) 2009 in schooloutbreaks in China. PLoS One, Vol.7 (No.9), View
  • Tildesley, Michael J., Ryan, Sadie J.. 2012. Disease prevention versus data privacy : using landcover maps to inform spatial epidemic models. PLoS Computational Biology, Vol.8 (No.11), View
  • Tildesley, Michael J., Volkova, Victoriya, Woolhouse, M. E. J. (Mark E. J.). 2011. Potential for epidemic take-off from the primary outbreak farm via livestock movements. BMC Veterinary Research, Vol.7 (No.1), View
  • Deardon, Rob, Brooks, Stephen. P., Grenfell, Bryan T., Keeling, Matthew James, Tildesley, Michael J., Savill, Nicholas J., Shaw, Darren J., Woolhouse, Mark E. J.. 2010. Inference for individual-level models of infectious diseases in large populations. Statistica Sinica, Vol.20 (No.1), pp. 239-261, View
  • Tildesley, Michael J., House, Thomas A., Bruhn, Mark C., Curry, Ross J., O'Neil, Maggie, Allpress, Justine L. E., Smith, Gary, Keeling, Matthew James. 2010. Impact of spatial clustering on disease transmission and optimal control. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol.107 (No.3), pp. 1041-1046, View
  • Tildesley, Michael J., Bessell, Paul R., Keeling, Matthew James, Woolhouse, Mark E. J.. 2009. The role of pre-emptive culling in the control of foot-and-mouth disease. Royal Society of London. Proceedings B. Biological Sciences, Vol.276 (No.1671), pp. 3239-3248, View
  • Tildesley, Michael J., Keeling, Matthew James. 2009. Is R0 a good predictor of final epidemic size : foot-and-mouth disease in the UK. Journal of Theoretical Biology, Vol.258 (No.4), pp. 623-629, View
  • Tildesley, Michael J., Keeling, Matthew James. 2008. Modelling foot-and-mouth disease : a comparison between the UK and Denmark. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, Vol.85 (No.1-2), pp. 107-124, View
  • Tildesley, Michael J., Deardon, Rob, Savill, Nicholas J., Bessell, Paul R., Brooks, Stephen P., Woolhouse, Mark E. J., Grenfell, Bryan T., Keeling, Matthew James. 2008. Accuracy of models for the 2001 foot-and-mouth epidemic. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences, Vol.275 (No.1641), pp. 1459-1468, View
  • Savill, Nicholas J., Shaw, Darren J., Deardon, Rob, Tildesley, Michael J., Keeling, Matthew James, Woolhouse, Mark E. J., Brooks, Stephen P., Grenfell, Bryan T.. 2007. Effect of data quality on estimates of farm infectiousness trends in the UK 2001 foot-and-mouth disease epidemic. Journal of The Royal Society Interface, Vol.4 (No.13), pp. 235-241, View
  • Savill, Nicholas J., Shaw, Darren J., Deardon, Rob, Tildesley, Michael J., Keeling, Matthew James, Woolhouse, Mark E. J., Brooks, Stephan P., Grenfell, Bryan T.. 2006. Topographic determinants of foot and mouth disease transmission in the UK 2001 epidemic. BMC Veterinary Research, Vol.2 (No.3), View
  • Ryan, S., Tildesley, Michael J.. The utility of land cover maps to inform spatialepidemic models of disease transmission in the UKlivestock industry. PLoS Computational Biology, View


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