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Tufail Malik - (email), Abba Gumel - (email), Elamin H. Elbasha - (email)

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Impact of vaccine arrival on the optimal control of a newly emerging infectious disease: A theoretical study

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On optimal singular controls for a general SIR-model with vaccination and treatment

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Compartmental disease transmission models for smallpox

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Pandemic influenza: Modelling and public health perspectives

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Joint quantification of transmission dynamics and diagnostic accuracy applied to influenza

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The impact of vaccines and vaccinations: Challenges and opportunities for modelers

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Prioritization of delayed vaccination for pandemic influenza

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Time variations in the generation time of an infectious disease: Implications for sampling to appropriately quantify transmission potential

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Antibiotic cycling versus mixing: The difficulty of using mathematical models to definitively quantify their relative merits

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Rotating antibiotics does not minimize selection for resistance

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Rotating antibiotics selects optimally against antibiotic resistance, in theory

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Robert E. Beardmore - (email), Rafael Peña-Miller - (email)

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Rational exemption to vaccination for non-fatal SIS diseases: Globally stable and oscillatory endemicity

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Insights from epidemiological game theory into gender-specific vaccination against rubella

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The impact of vaccination and coinfection on HPV and cervical cancer

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Optimal control applied to vaccination and treatment strategies for various epidemiological models

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Examination of a simple model of condom usage and individual withdrawal for the HIV epidemic

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On the eradicability of infections with partially protective vaccination in models with backward bifurcation

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Optimal control of vaccine distribution in a rabies metapopulation model

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Mathematical analysis of a PDE epidemiological model applied to scrapie transmission

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Subthreshold coexistence of strains: the impact of vaccination and mutation

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Stochastic epidemic models with a backward bifurcation

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Sensitivity and uncertainty analyses for a SARS model with time-varying inputs and outputs

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Mathematical epidemiology of HIV/AIDS in cuba during the period 1986-2000

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A note on epidemic models with infective immigrants and vaccination

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Some simple epidemic models

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The Role of Vaccination in the Control of SARS

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The Effect of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic on Africa's Truck Drivers

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Communication and Synchronization in Disconnected Networks with Dynamic Topology: Moving Neighborhood Networks

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Stability analysis for SIS epidemic models with vaccination and constant population size

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Global stability of an age-structured SIRS epidemic model with vaccination

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Critical role of nosocomial transmission in the Toronto SARS outbreak

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An epidemiology model that includes a leaky vaccine with a general waning function

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