Emily S. Gurley
Emily S. Gurley
Department of Epidemiology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
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Foodborne transmission of Nipah virus, Bangladesh
SP Luby, M Rahman, MJ Hossain, LS Blum, MM Husain, E Gurley, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 12 (12), 1888, 2006
Person-to-person transmission of Nipah virus in a Bangladeshi community
ES Gurley, JM Montgomery, MJ Hossain, M Bell, AK Azad, MR Islam, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 13 (7), 1031, 2007
Transmission of human infection with Nipah virus
SP Luby, ES Gurley, MJ Hossain
Clinical infectious diseases 49 (11), 1743, 2009
Recurrent zoonotic transmission of Nipah virus into humans, Bangladesh, 2001–2007
SP Luby, MJ Hossain, ES Gurley, BN Ahmed, S Banu, SU Khan, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 15 (8), 1229, 2009
Genetic characterization of Nipah virus, Bangladesh, 2004
BH Harcourt, L Lowe, A Tamin, X Liu, B Bankamp, N Bowden, PE Rollin, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 11 (10), 1594, 2005
Clinical presentation of nipah virus infection in Bangladesh
MJ Hossain, ES Gurley, JM Montgomery, M Bell, DS Carroll, VP Hsu, ...
Clinical infectious diseases 46 (7), 977-984, 2008
Date palm sap linked to Nipah virus outbreak in Bangladesh, 2008
MA Rahman, MJ Hossain, S Sultana, N Homaira, SU Khan, M Rahman, ...
Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 12 (1), 65-72, 2012
Long‐term neurological and functional outcome in Nipah virus infection
JJ Sejvar, J Hossain, SK Saha, ES Gurley, S Banu, JD Hamadani, ...
Annals of Neurology: Official Journal of the American Neurological …, 2007
Nipah virus outbreak with person-to-person transmission in a district of Bangladesh, 2007
N Homaira, M Rahman, MJ Hossain, JH Epstein, R Sultana, MSU Khan, ...
Epidemiology & Infection 138 (11), 1630-1636, 2010
Nipah virus transmission from bats to humans associated with drinking traditional liquor made from date palm sap, Bangladesh, 2011–2014
MS Islam, HMS Sazzad, SM Satter, S Sultana, MJ Hossain, M Hasan, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 22 (4), 664, 2016
Characterization of Nipah virus from outbreaks in Bangladesh, 2008–2010
MK Lo, L Lowe, KB Hummel, HMS Sazzad, ES Gurley, MJ Hossain, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 18 (2), 248, 2012
Nipah virus dynamics in bats and implications for spillover to humans
JH Epstein, SJ Anthony, A Islam, AM Kilpatrick, S Ali Khan, MD Balkey, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (46), 29190-29201, 2020
Nipah virus infection outbreak with nosocomial and corpse-to-human transmission, Bangladesh
HMS Sazzad, MJ Hossain, ES Gurley, KMH Ameen, S Parveen, MS Islam, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 19 (2), 210, 2013
Ecology, evolution and spillover of coronaviruses from bats
M Ruiz-Aravena, C McKee, A Gamble, T Lunn, A Morris, CE Snedden, ...
Nature Reviews Microbiology 20 (5), 299-314, 2022
Transmission of Nipah virus—14 years of investigations in Bangladesh
B Nikolay, H Salje, MJ Hossain, AKMD Khan, HMS Sazzad, M Rahman, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 380 (19), 1804-1814, 2019
The engines of SARS-CoV-2 spread
EC Lee, NI Wada, MK Grabowski, ES Gurley, J Lessler
Science 370 (6515), 406-407, 2020
Risk factors for Nipah virus encephalitis in Bangladesh
JM Montgomery, MJ Hossain, E Gurley, DS Carroll, A Croisier, E Bertherat, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 14 (10), 1526, 2008
How social structures, space, and behaviors shape the spread of infectious diseases using chikungunya as a case study
H Salje, J Lessler, KK Paul, AS Azman, MW Rahman, M Rahman, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (47), 13420-13425, 2016
Influenza in outpatient ILI case-patients in national hospital-based surveillance, Bangladesh, 2007–2008
RU Zaman, ASM Alamgir, M Rahman, E Azziz-Baumgartner, ES Gurley, ...
PloS one 4 (12), e8452, 2009
Incidence of influenza-like illness and severe acute respiratory infection during three influenza seasons in Bangladesh, 2008-2010
E Azziz-Baumgartner, ASM Alamgir, M Rahman, N Homaira, BM Sohel, ...
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 90, 12-19, 2012
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