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James A Hay
James A Hay
Research Fellow, University of Oxford
Verified email at ndm.ox.ac.uk
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Genomics and epidemiology of the P. 1 SARS-CoV-2 lineage in Manaus, Brazil
NR Faria, TA Mellan, C Whittaker, IM Claro, DS Candido, S Mishra, ...
Science 372 (6544), 815-821, 2021
11702021
Test sensitivity is secondary to frequency and turnaround time for COVID-19 screening
DB Larremore, B Wilder, E Lester, S Shehata, JM Burke, JA Hay, ...
Science advances 7 (1), eabd5393, 2021
8432021
Practical considerations for measuring the effective reproductive number, Rt
KM Gostic, L McGough, EB Baskerville, S Abbott, K Joshi, C Tedijanto, ...
PLoS computational biology 16 (12), e1008409, 2020
3472020
Estimating epidemiologic dynamics from cross-sectional viral load distributions
JA Hay, L Kennedy-Shaffer, S Kanjilal, NJ Lennon, SB Gabriel, M Lipsitch, ...
Science 373 (6552), eabh0635, 2021
1012021
Quantifying the impact of immune history and variant on SARS-CoV-2 viral kinetics and infection rebound: A retrospective cohort study
JA Hay, SM Kissler, JR Fauver, C Mack, CG Tai, RM Samant, S Connolly, ...
Elife 11, e81849, 2022
91*2022
Seroepidemiologic study designs for determining SARS-COV-2 transmission and immunity
H Clapham, J Hay, I Routledge, S Takahashi, M Choisy, D Cummings, ...
Emerging Infectious Diseases 26 (9), 1978, 2020
682020
Using viral load and epidemic dynamics to optimize pooled testing in resource-constrained settings
B Cleary, JA Hay, B Blumenstiel, M Harden, M Cipicchio, J Bezney, ...
Science translational medicine 13 (589), eabf1568, 2021
57*2021
Estimation of transmission of COVID-19 in simulated nursing homes with frequent testing and immunity-based staffing
I Holmdahl, R Kahn, JA Hay, CO Buckee, MJ Mina
JAMA Network Open 4 (5), e2110071-e2110071, 2021
442021
Estimating epidemiologic dynamics from single cross-sectional viral load distributions
JA Hay, L Kennedy-Shaffer, S Kanjilal, M Lipsitch, MJ Mina
MedRxiv, 2020.10. 08.20204222, 2020
292020
Estimating internationally imported cases during the early COVID-19 pandemic
TF Menkir, T Chin, JA Hay, ED Surface, PM De Salazar, CO Buckee, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 311, 2021
252021
Potential inconsistencies in Zika surveillance data and our understanding of risk during pregnancy
JA Hay, P Nouvellet, CA Donnelly, S Riley
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases 12 (12), e0006991, 2018
252018
Test sensitivity is secondary to frequency and turnaround time for COVID-19 screening. Sci Adv. 2021; 7: eabd5393
DB Larremore, B Wilder, E Lester, S Shehata, JM Burke, JA Hay, ...
192020
Report 39: characterising COVID-19 epidemic dynamics and mortality under-ascertainment in Khartoum, Sudan
O Watson, N Abdelmagid, A Ahmed, AE Ahmed Abd Elhameed, ...
162020
An open source tool to infer epidemiological and immunological dynamics from serological data: serosolver
JA Hay, A Minter, KEC Ainslie, J Lessler, B Yang, DAT Cummings, ...
PLoS computational biology 16 (5), e1007840, 2020
102020
Implications of the age profile of the novel coronavirus
JA Hay, DJ Haw, W Hanage, CJE Metcalf, M Mina
102020
Characterising antibody kinetics from multiple influenza infection and vaccination events in ferrets
JA Hay, K Laurie, M White, S Riley
PLoS Computational Biology 15 (8), e1007294, 2019
92019
Frequent testing and immunity-based staffing will help mitigate outbreaks in nursing home settings
I Holmdahl, R Kahn, J Hay, CO Buckee, M Mina
medRxiv, 2020.11. 04.20224758, 2020
82020
Surveillance testing of SARS-CoV-2
DB Larremore, B Wilder, E Lester, S Shehata, JM Burke, JA Hay, ...
Infectious Diseases (except HIV/AIDS), 2020
82020
Life course exposures continually shape antibody profiles and risk of seroconversion to influenza
B Yang, J Lessler, H Zhu, CQ Jiang, JM Read, JA Hay, KO Kwok, R Shen, ...
PLoS pathogens 16 (7), e1008635, 2020
72020
Estimating the number of undetected COVID-19 cases exported internationally from all of China
TF Menkir, T Chin, J Hay, ED Surface, PM De Salazar, CO Buckee, ...
medRxiv, 2020
72020
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