David Champredon
David Champredon
Public Health Agency of Canada
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On the origin of obesity: identifying the biological, environmental and cultural drivers of genetic risk among human populations
A Qasim, M Turcotte, RJ De Souza, MC Samaan, D Champredon, ...
Obesity Reviews 19 (2), 121-149, 2018
Reconciling early-outbreak estimates of the basic reproductive number and its uncertainty: framework and applications to the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) outbreak
SW Park, BM Bolker, D Champredon, DJD Earn, M Li, JS Weitz, ...
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 17 (168), 20200144, 2020
Temporal estimates of case-fatality rate for COVID-19 outbreaks in Canada and the United States
E Abdollahi, D Champredon, JM Langley, AP Galvani, SM Moghadas
Cmaj 192 (25), E666-E670, 2020
Equivalence of the Erlang-distributed SEIR epidemic model and the renewal equation
D Champredon, J Dushoff, DJD Earn
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 78 (6), 3258-3278, 2018
Statistical power and validity of Ebola vaccine trials in Sierra Leone: a simulation study of trial design and analysis
SE Bellan, JRC Pulliam, CAB Pearson, D Champredon, SJ Fox, L Skrip, ...
The Lancet Infectious Diseases 15 (6), 703-710, 2015
Intrinsic and realized generation intervals in infectious-disease transmission
D Champredon, J Dushoff
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1821), 20152026, 2015
A practical generation-interval-based approach to inferring the strength of epidemics from their speed
SW Park, D Champredon, JS Weitz, J Dushoff
Epidemics 27, 12-18, 2019
The effect of sexually transmitted co-infections on HIV viral load amongst individuals on antiretroviral therapy: a systematic review and meta-analysis
D Champredon, SE Bellan, W Delva, S Hunt, CF Shi, M Smieja, J Dushoff
BMC infectious diseases 15 (1), 1-11, 2015
Forward-looking serial intervals correctly link epidemic growth to reproduction numbers
SW Park, K Sun, D Champredon, M Li, BM Bolker, DJD Earn, JS Weitz, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (2), 2021
Relatedness of the incidence decay with exponential adjustment (IDEA) model,“Farr's law” and SIR compartmental difference equation models
M Santillana, A Tuite, T Nasserie, P Fine, D Champredon, L Chindelevitch, ...
Infectious disease modelling 3, 1-12, 2018
Inferring generation-interval distributions from contact-tracing data
SW Park, D Champredon, J Dushoff
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 17 (167), 20190719, 2020
Two approaches to forecast Ebola synthetic epidemics
D Champredon, M Li, BM Bolker, J Dushoff
Epidemics 22, 36-42, 2018
Individual movements and contact patterns in a Canadian long-term care facility
D Champredon, M Najafi, M Laskowski, A Chit, SM Moghadas
AIMS Public Health 5 (2), 111, 2018
Age-dependence of healthcare interventions for COVID-19 in Ontario, Canada
I Papst, M Li, D Champredon, BM Bolker, J Dushoff, DJ D Earn
BMC Public Health 21 (1), 1-9, 2021
HIV sexual transmission is predominantly driven by single individuals rather than discordant couples: a model-based approach
D Champredon, S Bellan, J Dushoff
PLoS One 8 (12), e82906, 2013
Epidemiological impact of a syphilis vaccine: a simulation study
D Champredon, CE Cameron, M Smieja, J Dushoff
Epidemiology & Infection 144 (15), 3244-3252, 2016
Understanding apparently non-exponential outbreaks Comment on" Mathematical models to characterize early epidemic growth: A review" by Gerardo Chowell et al.
D Champredon, DJD Earn
Physics of life reviews 18, 105-108, 2016
Quantifying the contribution of asymptomatic infection to the cumulative incidence
D Champredon, SM Moghadas
Epidemiology & Infection 145 (6), 1256-1258, 2017
A wastewater-based epidemic model for SARS-CoV-2 with application to three canadian cities
S Nourbakhsh, A Fazil, M Li, CS Mangat, SW Peterson, J Daigle, ...
Epidemics 39, 100560, 2022
Cohort-based approach to understanding the roles of generation and serial intervals in shaping epidemiological dynamics
SW Park, K Sun, D Champredon, M Li, BM Bolker, DJD Earn, JS Weitz, ...
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