Michael Lydeamore
Michael Lydeamore
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Monash University
Verified email at monash.edu
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A biological model of scabies infection dynamics and treatment informs mass drug administration strategies to increase the likelihood of elimination
MJ Lydeamore, PT Campbell, DG Regan, SYC Tong, RM Andrews, ...
Mathematical biosciences 309, 163-173, 2019
102019
Indigenous Australian household structure: a simple data collection tool and implications for close contact transmission of communicable diseases
T Vino, GR Singh, B Davison, PT Campbell, MJ Lydeamore, A Robinson, ...
PeerJ 5, e3958, 2017
82017
Calculation of the age of the first infection for skin sores and scabies in five remote communities in northern Australia
MJ Lydeamore, PT Campbell, W Cuningham, RM Andrews, T Kearns, ...
Epidemiology & Infection 146 (9), 1194-1201, 2018
72018
High burden of infectious disease and antibiotic use in early life in Australian Aboriginal communities
W Cuningham, J McVernon, MJ Lydeamore, RM Andrews, J Carapetis, ...
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 43 (2), 149-155, 2019
52019
Choice of antiviral allocation scheme for pandemic influenza depends on strain transmissibility, delivery delay and stockpile size
M Lydeamore, N Bean, AJ Black, JV Ross
Bulletin of mathematical biology 78 (2), 293-321, 2016
32016
Estimation of the force of infection and infectious period of skin sores in remote Australian communities using interval-censored data
MJ Lydeamore, PT Campbell, DJ Price, Y Wu, AJ Marcato, W Cuningham, ...
bioRxiv, 674663, 2019
12019
Mechanistic and Statistical Models of Skin Disease Transmission
MJ Lydeamore
The University of Melbourne, 2018
2018
A biological model of scabies infection dynamics and treatment explains why mass drug administration does not lead to elimination
M Lydeamore, PT Campbell, DG Regan, SYC Tong, R Andrews, AC Steer, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1612.03541, 2016
2016
Approximations of stochastic household models for comparing antiviral allocation schemes.
MJ Lydeamore
2015
Modelling Epidemics in Households
M Lydeamore
2013
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