Yellow fever risk predictions

Nicole Nova, Ethan R. Deyle, Marta S. Shocket, Andrew J. MacDonald, Marissa L. Childs, Martin Rypdal, George Sugihara, and Erin A. Mordecai. 2021. “Susceptible Host Availability Modulates Climate Effects on Dengue Dynamics.” Ecology Letters 24 (3): 415–25.

Morgan P. Kain*, Marissa L. Childs*, Alexander D. Becker, and Erin A. Mordecai. 2021. “Chopping the Tail: How Preventing Superspreading Can Help to Maintain COVID-19 Control.” Epidemics 34 (March): 100430. (*denotes equal authorship)

Tejas S. Athni, Marta S. Shocket, Lisa I. Couper, Nicole Nova, Iain R. Caldwell, Jamie M. Caldwell, Jasmine N. Childress, et al. 2021. “The Influence of Vector‐borne Disease on Human History: Socio‐ecological Mechanisms.” Ecology Letters 24 (4): 829– 46.

Marta S. Shocket, Christopher B. Anderson, Jamie M. Caldwell, Marissa L. Childs, Lisa I. Couper, Songhee Han, Mallory J. Harris, Meghan E. Howard, Morgan P. Kai, and Andrew J. MacDonald. 2020. “Environmental Drivers of Vector-Borne Diseases.” In Population Biology of Vector-Borne Diseases, 85–118. Oxford University Press.

Marissa L. Childs, Nicole Nova, Justine Colvin and Erin A. Mordecai (2019) “Mosquito and primate ecology predict human risk of yellow fever virus spillover in Brazil”. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B. 374.

Alex D. Washburne, Daniel E. Crowley, Daniel J. Becker, Kezia R. Manlove, Marissa L. Childs and Raina K. Plowright (2019) “Percolation models of pathogen spillover”. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B. 374.

John H. Huber, Marissa L. Childs, Jamie M. Caldwell, Erin A. Mordecai (2018) “Seasonal temperature variation influences climate suitability for dengue, chikungunya, and Zika transmission”. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases 12(5): e0006451.