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Nina H. Fefferman
Nina H. Fefferman
Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology & Mathematics
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Influenza seasonality: underlying causes and modeling theories
E Lofgren, NH Fefferman, YN Naumov, J Gorski, EN Naumova
Journal of virology 81 (11), 5429-5436, 2007
6282007
Genetic, individual, and group facilitation of disease resistance in insect societies
N Wilson-Rich, M Spivak, NH Fefferman, PT Starks
Annual review of entomology 54, 405-423, 2009
4882009
Climate, environmental and socio-economic change: weighing up the balance in vector-borne disease transmission
PE Parham, J Waldock, GK Christophides, D Hemming, F Agusto, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370 …, 2015
3402015
The untapped potential of virtual game worlds to shed light on real world epidemics
ET Lofgren, NH Fefferman
The Lancet infectious diseases 7 (9), 625-629, 2007
2532007
Linking models of human behaviour and climate alters projected climate change
B Beckage, LJ Gross, K Lacasse, E Carr, SS Metcalf, JM Winter, PD Howe, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (1), 79-84, 2018
1562018
How disease models in static networks can fail to approximate disease in dynamic networks
NH Fefferman, KL Ng
Physical Review E 76 (3), 031919, 2007
1092007
Disease prevention and resistance in social insects: modeling the survival consequences of immunity, hygienic behavior, and colony organization
NH Fefferman, JFA Traniello, RB Rosengaus, DV Calleri
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61, 565-577, 2007
1052007
Dangers of vaccine refusal near the herd immunity threshold: a modelling study
NH Fefferman, EN Naumova
The Lancet Infectious Diseases 15 (8), 922-926, 2015
792015
Phenotypic response of foraminifera to episodes of global environmental change
N MacLeod, N Ortiz, N Fefferman, W Clyde, C Schulter, J MacLean, ...
Biotic response to global environmental change: the last 145, 51-78, 2000
672000
A case study of bats and white‐nose syndrome demonstrating how to model population viability with evolutionary effects
B Maslo, NH Fefferman
Conservation Biology 29 (4), 1176-1185, 2015
582015
Vital rate sensitivity analysis as a tool for assessing management actions for the desert tortoise
JM Reed, N Fefferman, RC Averill-Murray
Biological Conservation 142 (11), 2710-2717, 2009
562009
Carceral Amplification of COVID-19: Impacts for Community, Corrections Officer, and Incarcerated Population Risks
ET Lofgren, K Lum, A Horowitz, B Mabubuonwu, K Meyers, NH Fefferman
Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.) 33 (4), 480, 2022
55*2022
Can physiological stress alter population persistence? A model with conservation implications
NH Fefferman, LM Romero
Conservation Physiology 1 (1), cot012, 2013
552013
Confidentiality and confidence: is data aggregation a means to achieve both?
NH Fefferman, EA O'Neil, EN Naumova
Journal of public health policy 26, 430-449, 2005
532005
Emergence of antibiotic resistance in immunocompromised host populations: A case study of emerging antibiotic resistant tuberculosis in AIDS patients
AA DeNegre, ML Ndeffo Mbah, K Myers, NH Fefferman
PLoS One 14 (2), e0212969, 2019
462019
Chirosurveillance: The use of native bats to detect invasive agricultural pests
B Maslo, R Valentin, K Leu, K Kerwin, GC Hamilton, A Bevan, ...
PloS one 12 (3), e0173321, 2017
442017
Strategic mortgage default in the context of a social network: an epidemiological approach
M Seiler, A Collins, N Fefferman
Journal of Real Estate Research 35 (4), 445-476, 2013
442013
A vital rate sensitivity analysis for nonstable age distributions and short‐term planning
NH Fefferman, JM Reed
The Journal of wildlife management 70 (3), 649-656, 2006
432006
Simple and efficient self-healing strategy for damaged complex networks
LK Gallos, NH Fefferman
Physical Review E 92 (5), 052806, 2015
422015
Genomic signatures of selection in bats surviving white‐nose syndrome
SA Gignoux‐Wolfsohn, ML Pinsky, K Kerwin, C Herzog, MK Hall, ...
Molecular Ecology 30 (22), 5643-5657, 2021
41*2021
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