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Eisenberg Group - Environmental Determinants of Infectious Diseases
Trostle, J.A., Hubbard, A., Scott, J., Cevallos, W., Bates, S.J., Eisenberg, J.N.S. (May, 2008). Raising the level of analysis of food-borne outbreaks: Food-sharing networks in rural coastal Ecuador. Epidemiology, 19(3), 384-390.
Soller, J.A., Eisenberg, J.N.S., DeGeorge, J., Cooper, R., Tchobanoglous, G., Olivieri, A.W. (March, 2006). A public health evaluation of recreational water impairment. Journal of Water and Health, 4(1), 1-19.
Eisenberg, J.N.S., Lewis, B.L., Porco, T.C., Hubbard, A.H., Colford Jr., J.M. (July, 2003). Bias due to secondary transmission in estimation of attributable risk reported from intervention trials. Epidemiology, 14(4), 442-450.
Eisenberg, J.N.S., Desai, M.A., Levy, K., Bates, S.J., Liang, S., Naumoff, K., Scott, J.C. (August, 2007). Environmental determinants of infectious disease: A framework for tracking causal links & guiding public health research. Environmental Health Perspectives, 115(8), 1216-1223.
Eisenberg, J.N.S., Hubbard, A., Wade, T.J., Sylvester, M.J., LeChevallier, M.W., Levy, D.A, Colford, J.M.Jr. (August, 2006). Inferences drawn from a risk assessment compared directly to a randomized trial of a home drinking water intervention. Environmental Health Perspectives, 114(8), 1199-1204.
Bates, S.J., Trostle, J., Cevallos, W.T. , Hubbard, A., Eisenberg, J.N.S. (2007). Relating diarrheal disease to social networks and the geographic configuration of communities in rural Ecuador. American Journal of Epidemiology, 166(9), 1088-1095.
Eisenberg, J.N.S., Cevallos, W., Ponce, K., Levy, K., Bates, S., Scott, J., Hubbard, A., Viera, N., Segovia, R., Espinel, M., Trueba, G., Riley, L., Trostle, J. (2006). Environmental change and infectious disease: How new roads affect the transmission of diarrheal pathogens in rural Ecuador. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 103(51), 19460-19465.
Eisenberg, J.N.S., Soller, J.A., Scott, J., Eisenberg, D.M., Colford, J.M. (2004). A dynamic model to assess microbial health risks associated with beneficial uses of biosolids. Risk Analysis, 24(1), 221-236.
Eisenberg J.N.S., Brookhart M.A., Rice G., Brown M., Colford J.M. (2002). Disease transmission models for public health decision making: analysis of epidemic and endemic conditions caused by waterborne pathogens. Environmental Health Perspectives, 110(8), 783-790.
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