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
5162007
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
4212009
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
2492015
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
1952007
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
1022018
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
1022007
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 (4), 565-577, 2007
882007
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
632000
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
602015
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
512009
Confidentiality and confidence: is data aggregation a means to achieve both?
NH Fefferman, EA O'Neil, EN Naumova
Journal of public health policy 26 (4), 430-449, 2005
482005
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
422015
Can physiological stress alter population persistence? A model with conservation implications
NH Fefferman, LM Romero
Conservation Physiology 1 (1), 2013
422013
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
412006
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
402013
Social organization patterns can lower disease risk without associated disease avoidance or immunity
K Hock, NH Fefferman
Ecological Complexity 12, 34-42, 2012
352012
Simple and efficient self-healing strategy for damaged complex networks
LK Gallos, NH Fefferman
Physical Review E 92 (5), 052806, 2015
342015
A mathematical model to evaluate the routine use of fecal microbiota transplantation to prevent incident and recurrent Clostridium difficile infection
ET Lofgren, RW Moehring, DJ Anderson, DJ Weber, NH Fefferman
Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology 35 (1), 18-27, 2014
332014
The Epidemiological Implications of Jails for Community, Corrections Officer, and Incarcerated Population Risks from COVID-19
E Lofgren, K Lum, A Horowitz, B Madubuonwu, K Myers, NH Fefferman
medRxiv, 2020.04. 08.20058842, 2021
32*2021
Hive oversight for network intrusion early warning using DIAMoND: a bee-inspired method for fully distributed cyber defense
M Korczynski, A Hamieh, JH Huh, H Holm, SR Rajagopalan, ...
IEEE Communications Magazine 54 (6), 60-67, 2016
322016
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