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    HKU ResearcherPage: Riley, S
     
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    Dr Riley, Steven
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    • Assistant Professor
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    Publication list (Conference Papers)
    Results 1-20 of 46
    Result pages: 1
    TypeTitleAuthor(s)YearViews
    Seroprotection associated with influenza vaccination in a community-based study (abstract & poster presentation)WEI, WI; Kwok, KO; Perera, RAPM; Peiris, JSM; Riley, S; Cowling, BJ201313
     
    Early real-time estimation of the basic reproduction number of emerging or reemerging infectious diseases in a community with heterogeneous contact pattern: Using data from Hong Kong 2009 H1N1 pandemic influenza as an illustrative example (abstract & poster presentation)Kwok, KO; Davoudi, B; Riley, S; Pourbohoul, B201317
     
    Optimal design of serological surveys for emerging respiratory pathogens (abstract & poster presentation)Wu, KM; Riley, S201313
     
    Joint estimation of the basic reproductive number and generation time of community outbreaks from case incidence data (abstract and poster presentation)Wu, KM; Riley, S201246
     
    Joint estimation of basic reproductive number and generation time of on-going community outbreaks from case incidence dataWu, KM; Riley, S201249
     
    Longitudinal serum quadruples from Hong Kong suggest a key role for middle-aged adults in the transmission of influenza A during the postpandemic periodRiley, S; Kwok, KO; Wu, KM; Chu, DKW; Ma, ESK; Peiris, JSM; Cowling, BJ201244
     
    Self-reported social contacts and the risk of influenza infection during a pandemicKwok, KO; Cowling, BJ; Wei, VWI; Wu, K; Read, J; Lessler, J; Cummings, DA; Peiris, JSM; Riley, S201245
     
    Self-reported social contacts and the risk of influenza infection during a pandemic (abstract and poster presentation)Kwok, KO; Cowling, BJ; Wei, WI; Wu, KM; Read, JM; Lessler, J; Cummings, DA; Peiris, JSM; Riley, S201261
     
    Spatial heterogeneity of influenza immunity and infections: the effect of population density and effective neighbourhood sizeCummings, D; Lessler, J; Read, J; Kwok, KO; Zhu, H; Tan, L; Guan, Y; Jiang, C; Riley, S201256
     
    Social contacts and the transmission of influenza in Hong Kong during the main wave of the 2009 PandemicKwok, KO; Cowling, BJ; Wei, WI; Wu, KM; Ning, Y; Lessler, J; Read, J; Commings, DA; Peiris, JSM; Riley, S201174
     
    A likelihood-based method for estimating basic reproductive number of an epidemicWu, KM; Riley, S201062
     
    A likelihood-based method for estimating basic reproductive number and serial interval of an epidemicWu, KM; Riley, S201063
     
    Planning scenario development: what numbers did we need, and when?Riley, S; Korch, G2010109
     
    Stochastic Modeling of Schistosomiasis Japonicum Transmission (abstract)Ning, Y; Kwok, KO; Riley, S2009140
     
    A randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of FluMistR vaccine in school aged children to reduce infection and transmission of influenza in children and their households (poster presentation)Cowling, BJ; Leung, GM; Riley, S; Ip, DKM; Chiu, SSS; Peiris, JSM; Chan, KH2009153
     
    The use of stochastic models of infectious disease transmission for public health: schistosomiasis japonica (poster presentation)Ning, Y; Kwok, KO; Riley, S2009114
     
    The use of stochastic models of infectious disease transmission for public health: Schistosomiasis japonica (Poster presentation)Ning, Y; Kwok, KO; Riley, S2009120
     
    A longitudinal community study of influenza virus in Hong Kong (poster presentation)Wu, KM; Kwok, KO; Ning, Y; Wu, JTK; Peiris, JSM; Cowling, BJ; Riley, S2009166
     
    Estimates of the serial interval of influenza using laboratory-confirmed natural infections in households (abstract)Cowling, BJ; Fang, J; Riley, S; Peiris, JSM; Leung, GM2008168
     
    The trade-off between treatment and prophylaxis for prioritization of antiviral use by members of the same household (abstract)Kwok, KO; Leung, GM; Mak, P; Riley, S2008143
     
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