Sang Woo Park
Sang Woo Park
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Modeling shield immunity to reduce COVID-19 epidemic spread
JS Weitz, SJ Beckett, AR Coenen, D Demory, M Dominguez-Mirazo, ...
Nature medicine 26 (6), 849-854, 2020
1592020
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, 20200144, 2020
852020
The time scale of asymptomatic transmission affects estimates of epidemic potential in the COVID-19 outbreak
SW Park, DM Cornforth, J Dushoff, JS Weitz
Epidemics 31, 100392, 2020
832020
The impact of COVID-19 nonpharmaceutical interventions on the future dynamics of endemic infections
RE Baker, SW Park, W Yang, GA Vecchi, CJE Metcalf, BT Grenfell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (48), 30547-30553, 2020
602020
Potential Role of Social Distancing in Mitigating Spread of Coronavirus Disease, South Korea
SW Park, K Sun, C Viboud, BT Grenfell, J Dushoff
Emerging infectious diseases 26 (11), 2020
43*2020
Mathematical models to guide pandemic response
CJE Metcalf, DH Morris, SW Park
Science 369 (6502), 368-369, 2020
382020
Awareness-driven behavior changes can shift the shape of epidemics away from peaks and toward plateaus, shoulders, and oscillations
JS Weitz, SW Park, C Eksin, J Dushoff
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (51), 32764-32771, 2020
37*2020
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
362019
A double-edged sword: does highly active antiretroviral therapy contribute to syphilis incidence by impairing immunity to Treponema pallidum?
ML Rekart, W Ndifon, RC Brunham, J Dushoff, SW Park, S Rawat, ...
Sexually transmitted infections 93 (5), 374-378, 2017
352017
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
11*2021
Inferring generation-interval distributions from contact-tracing data
SW Park, D Champredon, J Dushoff
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 17 (167), 20190719, 2020
112020
A note on observation processes in epidemic models
SW Park, BM Bolker
Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 82 (3), 1-8, 2020
92020
Effects of contact structure on the transient evolution of HIV virulence
SW Park, BM Bolker
PLoS computational biology 13 (3), e1005453, 2017
62017
Speed and strength of an epidemic intervention
J Dushoff, SW Park
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1947), 20201556, 2021
42021
Human ectoparasite transmission of the plague during the Second Pandemic is only weakly supported by proposed mathematical models
SW Park, J Dushoff, DJD Earn, H Poinar, BM Bolker
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201809775, 2018
42018
Epidemiological dynamics of enterovirus D68 in the United States and implications for acute flaccid myelitis
SW Park, M Pons-Salort, K Messacar, C Cook, L Meyers, J Farrar, ...
Science Translational Medicine 13 (584), 2021
2*2021
Roles of generation-interval distributions in shaping relative epidemic strength, speed, and control of new SARS-CoV-2 variants
SW Park, BM Bolker, S Funk, CJE Metcalf, JS Weitz, BT Grenfell, ...
medRxiv, 2021
22021
The limits of SARS-CoV-2 predictability
RE Baker, SW Park, CE Wagner, CJE Metcalf
Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1-3, 2021
2021
Bridging the gap between theory and data: the Red Queen Hypothesis for sex
SW Park, BM Bolker
bioRxiv, 637413, 2019
2019
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