Ping Yan
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Real-time forecasts of the COVID-19 epidemic in China from February 5th to February 24th, 2020
K Roosa, Y Lee, R Luo, A Kirpich, R Rothenberg, JM Hyman, P Yan, ...
Infectious disease modelling 5, 256-263, 2020
Estimated epidemiologic parameters and morbidity associated with pandemic H1N1 influenza
AR Tuite, AL Greer, M Whelan, AL Winter, B Lee, P Yan, J Wu, ...
Cmaj 182 (2), 131-136, 2010
Multi‐state Markov models for analysing incomplete disease history data with illustrations for HIV disease
RC Gentleman, JF Lawless, JC Lindsey, P Yan
Statistics in medicine 13 (8), 805-821, 1994
Short-term forecasts of the COVID-19 epidemic in Guangdong and Zhejiang, China: February 13–23, 2020
K Roosa, Y Lee, R Luo, A Kirpich, R Rothenberg, JM Hyman, P Yan, ...
Journal of clinical medicine 9 (2), 596, 2020
Hepatitis C: estimated prevalence of hepatitis C virus infection in Canada, 2011
M Trubnikov, P Yan, C Archibald
Canada Communicable Disease Report 40 (19), 429, 2014
Real-time monitoring the transmission potential of COVID-19 in Singapore, March 2020
A Tariq, Y Lee, K Roosa, S Blumberg, P Yan, S Ma, G Chowell
BMC medicine 18, 1-14, 2020
Emergence of drug resistance: implications for antiviral control of pandemic influenza
ME Alexander, CS Bowman, Z Feng, M Gardam, SM Moghadas, G Röst, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1619), 1675-1684, 2007
ARCHIVED-Estimates of HIV prevalence and incidence in Canada, 2005
D Boulos, P Yan, D Schanzer, RS Remis, CP Archibald
Canada Communicable Disease Report 32 (15), 2006
Errors in ‘BED’-derived estimates of HIV incidence will vary by place, time and age
TB Hallett, P Ghys, T Bärnighausen, P Yan, GP Garnett
PloS one 4 (5), e5720, 2009
Quantitative methods for investigating infectious disease outbreaks
P Yan, G Chowell
Springer, 2019
Modelling an influenza pandemic: A guide for the perplexed
Pandemic Influenza Outbreak Research Modelling Team (Pan-infORM
Cmaj 181 (3-4), 171-173, 2009
Managing public health crises: the role of models in pandemic preparedness
SM Moghadas, NJ Pizzi, J Wu, P Yan
Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses 3 (2), 75-79, 2009
Improved methods and assumptions for estimation of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and its impact: Recommendations of the UNAIDS Reference Group on Estimates, Modelling and Projections
M Artzrouni, T Brown, G Feeney, G Garnett, P Ghys, N Grassly, S Lazzari, ...
AIDs 16 (9), W1-W14, 2002
Estimating the transmission potential of supercritical processes based on the final size distribution of minor outbreaks
H Nishiura, P Yan, CK Sleeman, CJ Mode
Journal of theoretical biology 294, 48-55, 2012
Distribution theory, stochastic processes and infectious disease modelling
P Yan
Mathematical epidemiology, 229-293, 2008
HIV in hiding: methods and data requirements for the estimation of the number of people living with undiagnosed HIV
Working Group on Estimation of HIV Prevalence in Europe
Aids 25 (8), 1017-1023, 2011
Estimates of the number of prevalent and incident human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections in Canada, 2008
Q Yang, D Boulos, P Yan, F Zhang, RS Remis, D Schanzer, CP Archibald
Canadian Journal of Public Health 101, 486-490, 2010
Characterizing trends in HIV infection among men who have sex with men in Australia by birth cohorts: results from a modified back-projection method
H Wand, D Wilson, P Yan, A Gonnermann, A McDonald, J Kaldor, M Law
Journal of the International AIDS Society 12, 1-8, 2009
Increasing HIV transmission through male homosexual and heterosexual contact in Australia: results from an extended back‐projection approach
H Wand, P Yan, D Wilson, A McDonald, M Middleton, J Kaldor, M Law
HIV medicine 11 (6), 395-403, 2010
Separate roles of the latent and infectious periods in shaping the relation between the basic reproduction number and the intrinsic growth rate of infectious disease outbreaks
P Yan
Journal of theoretical biology 251 (2), 238-252, 2008
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