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    HKU ResearcherPage: Riley, S
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    Dr Riley, Steven
    • Assistant Professor
    Publication list (Articles)
    Results 1-20 of 59
    Result pages: 1
    Influenza serological studies to inform public health action: Best practices to optimise timing, quality and reportingLaurie, KL; Huston, P; Riley, S; Katz, JM; Willison, DJ; Tam, JS; Mounts, AW; Hoschler, K; Miller, E; Vandemaele, K; Broberg, E; Van Kerkhove, MD; Nicoll, A2013123
    Multiannual patterns of influenza A transmission in Chinese live bird market systemsPepin, KM; Wang, J; Webb, CT; Smith, GJD; Poss, M; Hudson, PJ; Hong, W; Zhu, H; Riley, S; Guan, Y2013152
    Viral evolution from one generation of human influenza infection to the nextRiley, S; Cowling, BJ; Chan, KH; Peiris, JSM; Leung, GM201344
    Viral shedding, clinical history and transmission of influenzaCowling, BJ; Chan, KH; Peiris, JSM; Riley, S; Leung, GM201336
    Statistical algorithms for early detection of the annual influenza peak season in Hong Kong using sentinel surveillance dataCowling, BJ; Ho, LM; Riley, S; Leung, GM201339
    The consortium for the standardization of influenza seroepidemiology (CONSISE): A global partnership to standardize influenza seroepidemiology and develop influenza investigation protocols to inform public health policyVan Kerkhove, MD; Broberg, E; Engelhardt, OG; Wood, J; Nicoll, A; Mounts, A; Zhang, WQ; Katz, J; Uyeki, T; Laurie, K; White, P; Riley, S; Cowling, BJ; Peiris, JSM; Hoeschler, K; Pebody, R; Horby, P; Akwar, H; van der Sande, M; Hungnes, O201321
    Antiviral stockpiles for influenza pandemics from the household perspective: Treatment alone versus treatment with prophylaxisKwok, KO; Leung, GM; Mak, P; Riley, S201321
    Minimizing the threat of pandemic emergence from avian influenza in poultry systemsPepin, KM; Lloyd-Smith, JO; Webb, CT; Holcomb, K; Zhu, H; Guan, Y; Riley, S201314
    Evidence for antigenic seniority in influenza A (H3N2) antibody responses in southern ChinaLessler, J; Riley, S; Read, JM; Wang, S; Zhu, H; Smith, GJD; Guan, Y; Jiang, CQ; Cummings, DAT2012134
    Comment on "seroevidence for H5N1 influenza infections in humans: Meta-analysis"Van Kerkhove, MD; Riley, S; Lipsitch, M; Guan, Y; Monto, AS; Webster, RG; Zambon, M; Nicoll, A; Peiris, JSM; Ferguson, NM2012105
    Transmission of Japanese encephalitis virus in Hong Kong.Riley, S; Leung, GM; Ho, LM; Cowling, BJ2012103
    Location-specific patterns of exposure to recent pre-pandemic strains of influenza A in southern ChinaLessler, J; Cummings, DAT; Read, JM; Wang, S; Zhu, H; Smith, GJD; Guan, Y; Jiang, CQ; Riley, S2011231
    Long-term evolution and transmission dynamics of swine influenza A virusVijaykrishna, D; Smith, GJD; Pybus, OG; Zhu, H; Bhatt, S; Poon, LLM; Riley, S; Bahl, J; Ma, SK; Cheung, CL; Perera, RAPM; Chen, H; Shortridge, KF; Webby, RJ; Webster, RG; Guan, Y; Peiris, JSM2011887
    Temporally structured metapopulation dynamics and persistence of influenza A H3N2 virus in humansBahl, J; Nelson, MI; Chan, KH; Chen, R; Vijaykrishna, D; Halpin, RA; Stockwell, TB; Lin, X; Wentworth, DE; Ghedin, E; Guan, Y; Peiris, JSM; Riley, S; Rambaut, A; Holmes, EC; Smith, GJD2011140
    Epidemiological characteristics of 2009 (H1N1) pandemic influenza based on paired sera from a longitudinal community cohort studyRiley, S; Kwok, KO; Wu, KM; Ning, DY; Cowling, BJ; Wu, JT; Ho, LM; Tsang, T; Lo, SV; Chu, DKW; Ma, ESK; Peiris, JSM2011422
    Seroconversion to pandemic (H1N1) 2009 virus and cross-reactive immunity to other swine influenza virusesPerera, RAPM; Riley, S; Ma, SK; Zhu, HC; Guan, Y; Peiris, JSM2011146
    Modelling the proportion of influenza infections within households during pandemic and non-pandemic yearsKwok, KO; Leung, GM; Riley, S20111,072
    A serial cross-sectional serologic survey of 2009 Pandemic (H1N1) in Hong Kong: implications for future pandemic influenza surveillance.Wu, JT; Ma, ES; Lee, CK; Chu, DK; Ho, PL; Shen, AL; Ho, A; Hung, IF; Riley, S; Ho, LM; Lin, CK; Tsang, T; Lo, SV; Lau, YL; Leung, GM; Cowling, BJ; Peiris, JS2011218
    Efficient simulation of the spatial transmission dynamics of influenzaTsai, MT; Chern, TC; Chuang, JH; Hsueh, CW; Kuo, HS; Liau, CJ; Riley, S; Shen, BJ; Shen, CH; Wang, DW; Hsu, TS201075
    Studies needed to address public health challenges of the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic: Insights from modelingVan Kerkhove, MD; Asikainen, T; Becker, NG; Bjorge, S; Desenclos, JC; Santos, TD; Fraser, C; Leung, GM; Lipsitch, M; Longini Jr, IM; Mcbryde, ES; Roth, CE; Shay, DK; Smith, DJ; Wallinga, J; White, PJ; Ferguson, NM; Riley, S201075
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