James Koopman

Professor Emeritus





Koopman JS. (2017). Models and analyses to understand threats to polio eradication. BMC medicine, 15(1)

Henry CJ, Koopman JS. (2015). Strong influence of behavioral dynamics on the ability of testing and treating HIV to stop transmission. Scientific reports

Mayer BT, Eisenberg JN, Henry CJ, Gomes MG, Ionides EL, Koopman JS. (2013). Successes and shortcomings of polio eradication: a transmission modeling analysis. American journal of epidemiology, 177(11)

Volz EM, Ionides E, Romero-Severson EO, Brandt MG, Mokotoff E, Koopman JS. (2013). HIV-1 transmission during early infection in men who have sex with men: a phylodynamic analysis. PLoS medicine, 10(12)

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)

Romero-Severson EO, Alam SJ, Volz E, Koopman J. (2013). Acute-stage transmission of HIV: effect of volatile contact rates. Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.), 24(4)

Zhao J, Eisenberg JE, Spicknall IH, Li S, Koopman JS. (2012). Model analysis of fomite mediated influenza transmission. PLoS One, 7(12)

Kim JH, Koopman JS. (2012). HIV transmissions by stage in dynamic sexual partnerships. Journal of theoretical biology

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)

Kretzschmar M, Gomes MG, Coutinho RA, Koopman JS. (2010). Unlocking pathogen genotyping information for public health by mathematical modeling. Trends in microbiology, 18(9)

Kim JH, Riolo RL, Koopman JS. (2010). HIV transmission by stage of infection and pattern of sexual partnerships. Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.), 21(5)

Alam SJ, Romero-Severson E, Kim JH, Emond G, Koopman JS. (2010). Dynamic sex roles among men who have sex with men and transmissions from primary HIV infection. Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.), 21(5)

Li S, Eisenberg JN, Spicknall IH, Koopman JS. (2009). Dynamics and control of infections transmitted from person to person through the environment. American journal of epidemiology, 170(2)

Pujol JM, Eisenberg JE, Haas CN, Koopman JS. (2009). The effect of ongoing exposure dynamics in dose response relationships. PLoS computational biology, 5(6)

Koopman JS, Simon CP. (2006). Response to Rapatski BL, Suppe F, Yorke JA. HIV epidemics driven by late disease stage transmission. Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes (1999), 41(5)

Koopman JS, Simon CP, Riolo CP. (2005). When to control endemic infections by focusing on high-risk groups. Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.), 16(5)

Koopman JS. (2005). Infection transmission science and models. Japanese journal of infectious diseases, 58(6)

Koopman JS, Chick SE, Simon CP, Riolo CS, Jacquez G. (2002). Stochastic effects on endemic infection levels of disseminating versus local contacts. Mathematical biosciences

Koopman JS. (2002). Modeling infection transmission- the pursuit of complexities that matter. Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.), 13(6)