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Erik Volz

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Volz EM, Wiuf C, Grad YH, Frost SDW, Dennis AM, Didelot X. (2020). Identification of hidden population structure in time-scaled phylogenies. Systematic biology

Nascimento FF, Baral S, Geidelberg L, Mukandavire C, Schwartz SR, Turpin G, Turpin N, Diouf D, Diouf NL, Coly K, Kane CT, Ndour C, Vickerman P, Boily MC, Volz EM. (2020). Phylodynamic analysis of HIV-1 subtypes B, C and CRF 02_AG in Senegal. Epidemics, (30)

Nascimento FF, Baral S, Geidelberg L, Mukandavire C, Schwartz SR, Turpin G, Turpin N, Diouf D, Diouf NL, Coly K, Kane CT, Ndour C, Vickerman P, Boily MC, Volz EM. (2020). Phylodynamic analysis of HIV-1 subtypes B, C and CRF 02_AG in Senegal. Epidemics, (30)

Le Vu S, Ratmann O, Delpech V, Brown AE, Gill ON, Tostevin A, Dunn D, Fraser C, Volz EM. (2019). HIV-1 Transmission Patterns in Men Who Have Sex with Men: Insights from Genetic Source Attribution Analysis. AIDS research and human retroviruses, 35(9)

Volz EM, Didelot X. (2018). Modeling the Growth and Decline of Pathogen Effective Population Size Provides Insight into Epidemic Dynamics and Drivers of Antimicrobial Resistance. Systematic biology, 67(4)

Volz EM, Siveroni I. (2018). Bayesian phylodynamic inference with complex models. PLoS computational biology, 14(11)

Volz EM, Romero-Severson E, Leitner T. (2017). Phylodynamic Inference across Epidemic Scales. Molecular biology and evolution, 34(5)

Le Vu S, Ratmann O, Delpech V, Brown AE, Gill ON, Tostevin A, Fraser C, Volz EM. (2018). Comparison of cluster-based and source-attribution methods for estimating transmission risk using large HIV sequence databases. Epidemics, (23)

Volz EM, Ndembi N, Nowak R, Kijak GH, Idoko J, Dakum P, Royal W, Baral S, Dybul M, Blattner WA, Charurat M. (2017). Phylodynamic analysis to inform prevention efforts in mixed HIV epidemics. Virus evolution, 3(2)

Volz EM, Frost SD. (2014). Sampling through time and phylodynamic inference with coalescent and birth-death models. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface, 11(101)

Alam SJ, Zhang X, Romero-Severson EO, Henry C, Zhong L, Volz EM, Brenner BG, Koopman JS. (2013). Detectable signals of episodic risk effects on acute HIV transmission: strategies for analyzing transmission systems using genetic data. Epidemics, 5(1)

Sadasivam RS, Volz EM, Kinney RL, Rao SR, Houston TK. (2013). Share2Quit: Web-Based Peer-Driven Referrals for Smoking Cessation. JMIR research protocols, 2(2)

Frost SD, Volz EM. (2013). Modelling tree shape and structure in viral phylodynamics. Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences, 368(1614)

Miller JC, Volz EM. (2013). Model hierarchies in edge-based compartmental modeling for infectious disease spread. Journal of mathematical biology, 67(4)

Romero-Severson EO, Alam SJ, Volz EM, Koopman JS. (2012). Heterogeneity in Number and Type of Sexual Contacts in a Gay Urban Cohort. Statistical communications in infectious diseases, 4(1)

Zhang X, Zhong L, Romero-Severson E, Alam SJ, Henry CJ, Volz EM, Koopman JS. (2012). Episodic HIV Risk Behavior Can Greatly Amplify HIV Prevalence and the Fraction of Transmissions from Acute HIV Infection. Statistical communications in infectious diseases, 4(1)

Miller JC, Slim AC, Volz EM. (2012). Edge-based compartmental modelling for infectious disease spread. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface, 9(70)

Volz EM. (2012). Complex population dynamics and the coalescent under neutrality. Genetics, 190(1)

Frost SD, Volz EM. (2010). Viral phylodynamics and the search for an 'effective number of infections'. Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences, 365(1548)

Abramovitz D, Volz EM, Strathdee SA, Patterson TL, Vera A, Frost SD, . (2009). Using respondent-driven sampling in a hidden population at risk of HIV infection: who do HIV-positive recruiters recruit?. Sexually transmitted diseases, 36(12)

Volz EM, Kosakovsky Pond SL, Ward MJ, Leigh Brown AJ, Frost SD. (2009). Phylodynamics of infectious disease epidemics. Genetics, 183(4)