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Teresa Yamana

Associate Research Scientist

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Teresa Yamana, Sen Pei, Jeffrey Shaman. (2020). Projection of COVID-19 Cases and Deaths in the US as Individual States Re-open May 4, 2020. MedRxiv

Bomfim R, Pei S, Shaman J, Yamana T, Makse HA, Andrade JS Jr., Lima Neto AS, Furtado V. (2020). Predicting dengue outbreaks at neighbourhood level using human mobility in urban areas. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface, 17(171)

Reich NG, Osthus D, Ray EL, Yamana TK, Biggerstaff M, Johansson MA, Rosenfeld R, Shaman J. (2019). Reply to Bracher: Scoring probabilistic forecasts to maximize public health interpretability. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 116(42)

Reich NG, Brooks LC, Fox SJ, Kandula S, McGowan CJ, Moore E, Osthus D, Ray EL, Tushar A, Yamana TK, Biggerstaff M, Johansson MA, Rosenfeld R, Shaman J. (2019). A collaborative multiyear, multimodel assessment of seasonal influenza forecasting in the United States. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 116(8)

Yamana TK, Shaman J. (2019). A framework for evaluating the effects of observational type and quality on vector-borne disease forecast. Epidemics

Reich NG, McGowan CJ, Yamana TK, Tushar A, Ray EL, Osthus D, Kandula S, Brooks LC, Crawford-Crudell W, Gibson GC, Moore E, Silva R, Biggerstaff M, Johansson MA, Rosenfeld R, Shaman J. (2019). Accuracy of real-time multi-model ensemble forecasts for seasonal influenza in the U.S. PLoS computational biology, 15(11)

Nicholas G Reich, Logan Brooks, Spencer Fox, Sasikiran Kandula, Craig McGowan, Evan Moore, Dave Osthus, Evan Ray, Abhinav Tushar, Teresa Yamana, Matthew Biggerstaff, Michael A Johansson, Roni Rosenfeld, Jeffrey Shaman. (2018). Forecasting seasonal influenza in the US: A collaborative multi-year, multi-model assessment of forecast performance. bioRxiv

Reis J, Yamana T, Kandula S, Shaman J. (2019). Superensemble forecast of respiratory syncytial virus outbreaks at national, regional, and state levels in the United States. Epidemics, (26)

Kandula S, Yamana T, Pei S, Yang W, Morita H, Shaman J. (2018). Evaluation of mechanistic and statistical methods in forecasting influenza-like illness. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface, 15(144)

Noriko Endo, Teresa Yamana, Elfatih AB Eltahir. (2017). Impact of climate change on malaria in Africa: a combined modelling and observational study. The Lancet, (389)

Yamana TK, Kandula S, Shaman J. (2017). Individual versus superensemble forecasts of seasonal influenza outbreaks in the United States. PLoS computational biology, 13(11)

Teresa K Yamana, Xin Qiu, Elfatih AB Eltahir. (2017). Hysteresis in simulations of malaria transmission. Advances in Water Resources, (108)

Teresa K Yamana, Arne Bomblies, Elfatih AB Eltahir. (2016). Climate change unlikely to increase malaria burden in West Africa. Nature Climate Change, 6(11)

Yamana TK, Kandula S, Shaman J. (2016). Superensemble forecasts of dengue outbreaks. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface, 13(123)

Yamana TK, Eltahir EA. (2013). Projected impacts of climate change on environmental suitability for malaria transmission in West Africa. Environmental health perspectives, 121(10)

Yamana TK, Eltahir EA. (2013). Incorporating the effects of humidity in a mechanistic model of Anopheles gambiae mosquito population dynamics in the Sahel region of Africa. Parasites & vectors, (6)

Yamana TK, Bomblies A, Laminou IM, Duchemin JB, Eltahir EA. (2013). Linking environmental variability to village-scale malaria transmission using a simple immunity model. Parasites & vectors, (6)

Teresa K Yamana, Elfatih AB Eltahir. (2011). On the use of satellite‐based estimates of rainfall temporal distribution to simulate the potential for malaria transmission in rural Africa. Water Resources Research, 47(2)

Yamana TK, Eltahir EA. (2010). Early warnings of the potential for malaria transmission in rural Africa using the hydrology, entomology and malaria transmission simulator (HYDREMATS). Malaria journal, (9)

Elfatih A. B. Eltahir, Brian Loux, Teresa K. Yamana, and Arne Bomblies. (2004). A see-saw oscillation between the Amazon and Congo basins. Geophysical Research Letters, 31(23)

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