John R Giles
John R Giles
Post-doctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
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The use of mobile phone data to inform analysis of COVID-19 pandemic epidemiology
KH Grantz, HR Meredith, DAT Cummings, CJE Metcalf, BT Grenfell, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-8, 2020
Widespread movement of invasive cattle fever ticks (Rhipicephalus microplus) in southern Texas leads to shared local infestations on cattle and deer
JD Busch, NE Stone, R Nottingham, A Araya-Anchetta, J Lewis, ...
Parasites & vectors 7 (1), 1-16, 2014
Invasive potential of cattle fever ticks in the southern United States
JR Giles, AT Peterson, JD Busch, PU Olafson, GA Scoles, RB Davey, ...
Parasites & vectors 7 (1), 1-11, 2014
Multiple mutations in the para-sodium channel gene are associated with pyrethroid resistance in Rhipicephalus microplus from the United States and Mexico
NE Stone, PU Olafson, RB Davey, G Buckmeier, D Bodine, ...
Parasites & vectors 7 (1), 1-14, 2014
Conditions affecting the timing and magnitude of Hendra virus shedding across pteropodid bat populations in Australia
DJ Paez, J Giles, H McCallum, H Field, D Jordan, AJ Peel, RK Plowright
Epidemiology & Infection 145 (15), 3143-3153, 2017
Synchronous shedding of multiple bat paramyxoviruses coincides with peak periods of Hendra virus spillover
AJ Peel, K Wells, J Giles, V Boyd, A Burroughs, D Edson, G Crameri, ...
Emerging microbes & infections 8 (1), 1314-1323, 2019
Hybridization in natural sympatric populations of Dermacentor ticks in northwestern North America
A Araya‐Anchetta, GA Scoles, J Giles, JD Busch, DM Wagner
Ecology and Evolution 3 (3), 714-724, 2013
Ecology and geography of plague transmission areas in northeastern Brazil
J Giles, AT Peterson, A Almeida
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 5 (1), e925, 2011
Models of Eucalypt phenology predict bat population flux
JR Giles, RK Plowright, P Eby, AJ Peel, H McCallum
Ecology and Evolution 6 (20), 7230-7245, 2016
Environmental drivers of spatiotemporal foraging intensity in fruit bats and implications for Hendra virus ecology
JR Giles, P Eby, H Parry, AJ Peel, RK Plowright, DA Westcott, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-18, 2018
The duration of travel impacts the spatial dynamics of infectious diseases
JR Giles, E zu Erbach-Schoenberg, AJ Tatem, L Gardner, ON Bjørnstad, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (36), 22572-22579, 2020
Global prevalence and burden of depressive and anxiety disorders in 204 countries and territories in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic
DF Santomauro, AMM Herrera, J Shadid, P Zheng, C Ashbaugh, ...
The Lancet, 2021
Optimizing non-invasive sampling of an infectious bat virus
JR Giles, AJ Peel, K Wells, RK Plowright, H McCallum, O Restif
bioRxiv, 401968, 2018
The IDSpatialStats R Package: Quantifying Spatial Dependence of Infectious Disease Spread.
JR Giles, H Salje, J Lessler
R J. 11 (2), 308, 2019
Optimizing noninvasive sampling of a zoonotic bat virus
JR Giles, AJ Peel, K Wells, RK Plowright, H McCallum, O Restif
Ecology and evolution 11 (18), 12307-12321, 2021
Characterizing human mobility patterns in rural settings of sub-Saharan Africa
HR Meredith, JR Giles, J Perez-Saez, T Mande, A Rinaldo, S Mutembo, ...
Elife 10, e68441, 2021
Trip duration drives shift in travel network structure with implications for the predictability of spatial disease spread
JR Giles, DAT Cummings, BT Grenfell, AJ Tatem, E Erbach-Schoenberg, ...
PLoS Computational Biology 17 (8), e1009127, 2021
Sample size calculation for phylogenetic case linkage
S Wohl, JR Giles, J Lessler
PLoS computational biology 17 (7), e1009182, 2021
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