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Elaine Nsoesie

Assistant Professor

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Cesare N, Nguyen QC, Grant C, Nsoesie EO. (2019). Social media captures demographic and regional physical activity. BMJ open sport & exercise medicine, 5(1)

Nsoesie EO. (2018). Evaluating Artificial Intelligence Applications in Clinical Settings. JAMA network open, 1(5)

Maharana A, Nsoesie EO. (2018). Use of Deep Learning to Examine the Association of the Built Environment With Prevalence of Neighborhood Adult Obesity. JAMA network open, 1(4)

Zinszer K, Morrison K, Brownstein JS, Marinho F, Santos AF, Nsoesie EO. (2017). Reconstruction of Zika Virus Introduction in Brazil. Emerging infectious diseases, 23(1)

Henly S, Tuli G, Kluberg SA, Hawkins JB, Nguyen QC, Anema A, Maharana A, Brownstein JS, Nsoesie EO. (2017). Disparities in digital reporting of illness: A demographic and socioeconomic assessment. Preventive medicine

Nsoesie EO, Flor L, Hawkins J, Maharana A, Skotnes T, Marinho F, Brownstein JS. (2016). Social Media as a Sentinel for Disease Surveillance: What Does Sociodemographic Status Have to Do with It?. PLoS currents

Nsoesie EO, Ricketts RP, Brown HE, Fish D, Durham DP, Ndeffo Mbah ML, Christian T, Ahmed S, Marcellin C, Shelly E, Owers K, Wenzel N, Galvani AP, Brownstein JS. (2015). Spatial and Temporal Clustering of Chikungunya Virus Transmission in Dominica. PLoS neglected tropical diseases, 9(8)

Nsoesie EO, Butler P, Ramakrishnan N, Mekaru SR, Brownstein JS. (2015). Monitoring disease trends using hospital traffic data from high resolution satellite imagery: a feasibility study. Scientific reports

Nsoesie EO, Brownstein JS. (2015). Computational approaches to influenza surveillance: beyond timeliness. Cell host & microbe, 17(3)

Nsoesie EO, Buckeridge DL, Brownstein JS. (2014). Guess who's not coming to dinner? Evaluating online restaurant reservations for disease surveillance. Journal of medical Internet research, 16(1)

Nsoesie EO, Leman SC, Marathe MV. (2014). A Dirichlet process model for classifying and forecasting epidemic curves. BMC infectious diseases

Nsoesie EO, Kluberg SA, Brownstein JS. (2014). Online reports of foodborne illness capture foods implicated in official foodborne outbreak reports. Preventive medicine

Nsoesie EO, Mekaru SR, Ramakrishnan N, Marathe MV, Brownstein JS. (2014). Modeling to predict cases of hantavirus pulmonary syndrome in Chile. PLoS neglected tropical diseases, 8(4)

Nsoesie EO, Brownstein JS, Ramakrishnan N, Marathe MV. (2014). A systematic review of studies on forecasting the dynamics of influenza outbreaks. Influenza and other respiratory viruses, 8(3)

Nsoesie EO, Beckman RJ, Shashaani S, Nagaraj KS, Marathe MV. (2013). A Simulation Optimization Approach to Epidemic Forecasting. PLoS One, 8(6)

Nsoesie E, Mararthe M, Brownstein J. (2013). Forecasting peaks of seasonal influenza epidemics. PLoS currents

Nsoesie EO, Beckman RJ, Marathe MV. (2012). Sensitivity analysis of an individual-based model for simulation of influenza epidemics. PLoS One, 7(10)

Nsoesie EO, Beckman R, Marathe M, Lewis B. (2011). Prediction of an Epidemic Curve: A Supervised Classification Approach. Statistical communications in infectious diseases, 3(1)