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Publications

Category: Epidemiology

The CDC is Wrong: Testing is essential for colleges to reopen safely

Carl T. Bergstrom

Epidemiology

The Great Reopening Debate: Testing, Testing, Testing.

Carl T. Bergstrom and Theodore C. Bergstrom

Epidemiology

What the Proponents of ‘Natural’ Herd Immunity Don’t Say

Carl T. Bergstrom and Natalie Dean

Epidemiology

Contact-tracing apps are not a solution to the COVID-19 crisis

Ashkan Soltani, Ryan Calo, et al.

Epidemiology

Timing of antimicrobial use influences the evolution of antimicrobial resistance during disease epidemics

Mark M. Tanaka, Ben Althouse, et al.

Evolutionary Medicine, Epidemiology

Applying evolutionary biology to address global challenges

Scott Carroll, Peter S. Jørgensen, et al

Evolution, Evolutionary Medicine, Epidemiology

Evolutionary principles and their practical application

Andrew P. Hendry, Michael T. Kinnison, et al.

Evolution, Evolutionary Medicine, Epidemiology

A public choice framework for controlling transmissible and evolving diseases

Benjamin M. Althouse, Theodore C. Bergstrom et al.

Economics, Evolutionary Medicine, Epidemiology

The ecology and evolution of antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Carl T. Bergstrom and Michael Feldgarden

Evolutionary Medicine, Epidemiology

Little Evidence for Genetic Susceptibility to Influenza A (H5N1) from Family Clustering Data

Virginia E. Pitzer, Sonia J. Olson, et al.

Epidemiology

Pandemic influenza: risk of multiple introductions and the need to prepare for them

Christina E. Mills, James M. Robins, et al.

Evolutionary Medicine

Evolution lessons from Infectious Disease

Carl T. Bergstrom and Marc Lipsitch

Evolutionary Medicine, Epidemiology

Preparation H5N1

Marc Lipsitch and Carl T Bergstrom

Evolutionary Medicine, Epidemiology

Evolution in Action: Understanding Antibiotic Resistance

Diane P. Genereux and Carl T. Bergstrom

Evolution, Evolutionary Medicine, Epidemiology

Invited Commentary: Real-Time Tracking of Control Measures for Emerging Infections

Marc Lipsitch and Carl T. Bergstrom

Epidemiology

Ecological theory suggests that antimicrobial cycling will not reduce antimicrobial resistance in hospitals

Carl T. Bergstrom, Monique Lo, et al.

Evolution, Evolutionary Medicine, Epidemiology

Effect of human leukocyte antigen heterozygosity on infectious disease outcome: the need for allele-specific measures

Marc Lipsitch, Carl T. Bergstrom et al.

Evolution, Evolutionary Medicine, Epidemiology

The role of evolution in the emergence of infectious diseases

Rustom Antia, Roland R. Regoes, et al.

Evolution, Evolutionary Medicine, Epidemiology

Within‐host population dynamics and the evolution of microparasites in a heterogeneous host population

Vitaly V. Ganusov, Carl T. Bergstrom, et al.

Evolution, Evolutionary Medicine, Epidemiology

Modeling of antibiotic resistance in the ICU — U.S. slant

Marc Lipsitch and Carl T. Bergstrom

Evolution, Evolutionary Medicine, Evolutionary Medicine, Epidemiology

The epidemiology of antibiotic resistance in hospitals: Paradoxes and prescriptions

Marc Lipsitch, Carl T. Bergstrom, et al.

Evolution, Evolutionary Medicine, Epidemiology