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Pamela Martinez

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Ke R, Martinez PP, Smith RL, Gibson LL, Mirza A, Conte M, Gallagher N, Luo CH, Jarrett J, Zhou R, Conte A, Liu T, Farjo M, Walden KKO, Rendon G, Fields CJ, Wang L, Fredrickson R, Edmonson DC, Baughman ME, Chiu KK, Choi H, Scardina KR, Bradley S, Gloss SL, Reinhart C, Yedetore J, Quicksall J, Owens AN, Broach J, Barton B, Lazar P, Heetderks WJ, Robinson ML, Mostafa HH, Manabe YC, Pekosz A, McManus DD, Brooke CB. (2022). Daily longitudinal sampling of SARS-CoV-2 infection reveals substantial heterogeneity in infectiousness. Nature microbiology, 7(5)

Ke R, Martinez PP, Smith RL, Gibson LL, Achenbach CJ, McFall S, Qi C, Jacob J, Dembele E, Bundy C, Simons LM, Ozer EA, Hultquist JF, Lorenzo-Redondo R, Opdycke AK, Hawkins C, Murphy RL, Mirza A, Conte M, Gallagher N, Luo CH, Jarrett J, Conte A, Zhou R, Farjo M, Rendon G, Fields CJ, Wang L, Fredrickson R, Baughman ME, Chiu KK, Choi H, Scardina KR, Owens AN, Broach J, Barton B, Lazar P, Robinson ML, Mostafa HH, Manabe YC, Pekosz A, McManus DD, Brooke CB. (2022). Longitudinal Analysis of SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine Breakthrough Infections Reveals Limited Infectious Virus Shedding and Restricted Tissue Distribution. Open forum infectious diseases, 9(7)

Smith RL, Gibson LL, Martinez PP, Ke R, Mirza A, Conte M, Gallagher N, Conte A, Wang L, Fredrickson R, Edmonson DC, Baughman ME, Chiu KK, Choi H, Jensen TW, Scardina KR, Bradley S, Gloss SL, Reinhart C, Yedetore J, Owens AN, Broach J, Barton B, Lazar P, Henness D, Young T, Dunnett A, Robinson ML, Mostafa HH, Pekosz A, Manabe YC, Heetderks WJ, McManus DD, Brooke CB. (2021). Longitudinal assessment of diagnostic test performance over the course of acute SARS-CoV-2 infection. The Journal of infectious diseases

Mena GE, Martinez PP, Mahmud AS, Marquet PA, Buckee CO, Santillana M. (2021). Socioeconomic status determines COVID-19 incidence and related mortality in Santiago, Chile. Science (New York, N.Y.)

Kishore N, Kahn R, Martinez PP, de Salazar PM, Mahmud AS, Buckee CO. (2021). Lockdowns result in changes in human mobility which may impact the epidemiologic dynamics of SARS-CoV-2. Scientific reports, 11(1)

Rodó X, Martinez PP, Siraj A, Pascual M. (2021). Malaria trends in Ethiopian highlands track the 2000 'slowdown' in global warming. Nature communications, 12(1)

Mahmud AS, Martinez PP, He J, Baker RE. (2020). The Impact of Climate Change on Vaccine-Preventable Diseases: Insights From Current Research and New Directions. Current environmental health reports

Azarian T, Martinez PP, Arnold BJ, Qiu X, Grant LR, Corander J, Fraser C, Croucher NJ, Hammitt LL, Reid R, Santosham M, Weatherholtz RC, Bentley SD, O'Brien KL, Lipsitch M, Hanage WP. (2020). Frequency-dependent selection can forecast evolution in Streptococcus pneumoniae. PLoS biology, 18(10)

Martinez PP, Mahmud AS, Yunus M, Faruque ASG, Ahmed T, Pascual M, Buckee CO. (2020). Tube Well Use as Protection Against Rotavirus Infection During the Monsoons in an Urban Setting. The Journal of infectious diseases, 221(2)

Martinez PP, Reiner RC Jr., Cash BA, Rodó X, Shahjahan Mondal M, Roy M, Yunus M, Faruque AS, Huq S, King AA, Pascual M. (2017). Cholera forecast for Dhaka, Bangladesh, with the 2015-2016 El Niño: Lessons learned. PLoS One, 12(3)

Santos-Vega M, Martinez PP, Pascual M. (2016). Climate forcing and infectious disease transmission in urban landscapes: integrating demographic and socioeconomic heterogeneity. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1382(1)

Martinez PP, King AA, Yunus M, Faruque AS, Pascual M. (2016). Differential and enhanced response to climate forcing in diarrheal disease due to rotavirus across a megacity of the developing world. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113(15)

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