Maimuna S. Majumder
Maimuna S. Majumder
Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School
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The role of environmental factors on transmission rates of the COVID-19 outbreak: an initial assessment in two spatial scales
C Poirier, W Luo, MS Majumder, D Liu, KD Mandl, TA Mooring, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-11, 2020
191*2020
Substandard vaccination compliance and the 2015 measles outbreak
MS Majumder, EL Cohn, SR Mekaru, JE Huston, JS Brownstein
JAMA pediatrics 169 (5), 494-495, 2015
1512015
Early transmissibility assessment of a novel coronavirus in Wuhan
M Majumder, KD Mandl
Available at SSRN, 2020
141*2020
Estimation of MERS-coronavirus reproductive number and case fatality rate for the spring 2014 Saudi Arabia outbreak: insights from publicly available data
MS Majumder, C Rivers, E Lofgren, D Fisman
PLoS currents 6, 2014
1402014
Early in the epidemic: impact of preprints on global discourse about COVID-19 transmissibility
MS Majumder, KD Mandl
The Lancet Global Health 8 (5), e627-e630, 2020
1052020
Utilizing nontraditional data sources for near real-time estimation of transmission dynamics during the 2015-2016 Colombian Zika virus disease outbreak
MS Majumder, M Santillana, SR Mekaru, DP McGinnis, K Khan, ...
JMIR public health and surveillance 2 (1), e30, 2016
982016
Mortality risk factors for Middle East respiratory syndrome outbreak, South Korea, 2015
MS Majumder, SA Kluberg, SR Mekaru, JS Brownstein
Emerging infectious diseases 21 (11), 2088, 2015
622015
The role of age distribution and family structure on COVID-19 dynamics: A preliminary modeling assessment for hubei and lombardy
B Wilder, M Charpignon, JA Killian, HC Ou, A Mate, S Jabbari, A Perrault, ...
Available at SSRN 3564800, 2020
44*2020
Estimating a feasible serial interval range for Zika fever
MS Majumder, E Cohn, D Fish, JS Brownstein
Bull World Health Organ 10, 1-6, 2016
402016
Risks of death and severe disease in patients with Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, 2012–2015
CM Rivers, MS Majumder, ET Lofgren
American Journal of Epidemiology 184 (6), 460-464, 2016
382016
2014 Ebola outbreak: media events track changes in observed reproductive number
MS Majumder, S Kluberg, M Santillana, S Mekaru, JS Brownstein
PLoS currents 7, 2015
372015
Tracking COVID-19 using online search
V Lampos, S Moura, E Yom-Tov, M Edelstein, MS Majumder, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2003.08086, 2020
362020
New digital technologies for the surveillance of infectious diseases at mass gathering events
EO Nsoesie, SA Kluberg, SR Mekaru, MS Majumder, K Khan, SI Hay, ...
Clinical Microbiology and Infection 21 (2), 134-140, 2015
362015
Modelling the pandemic
D Sridhar, MS Majumder
Bmj 369, 2020
262020
Nosocomial amplification of MERS-coronavirus in South Korea, 2015
MS Majumder, JS Brownstein, SN Finkelstein, RC Larson, L Bourouiba
Transactions of The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 111 (6 …, 2017
222017
Case characteristics among Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus outbreak and non-outbreak cases in Saudi Arabia from 2012 to 2015
FS Alhamlan, MS Majumder, JS Brownstein, J Hawkins, HM Al-Abdely, ...
Bmj Open 7 (1), e011865, 2017
222017
A platform for monitoring regional antimicrobial resistance, using online data sources: ResistanceOpen
DR MacFadden, D Fisman, J Andre, Y Ara, MS Majumder, II Bogoch, ...
The Journal of infectious diseases 214 (suppl_4), S393-S398, 2016
222016
The velocity of Ebola spread in parts of West Africa
K Zinszer, K Morrison, A Anema, MS Majumder, JS Brownstein
The Lancet Infectious Diseases 15 (9), 1005-1007, 2015
142015
Vaccine compliance and the 2016 Arkansas mumps outbreak
MS Majumder, CM Nguyen, EL Cohn, Y Hswen, SR Mekaru, ...
The Lancet. Infectious diseases 17 (4), 361-362, 2017
122017
Evaluating COVID-19 lockdown policies for India: A preliminary modeling assessment for individual states
A Mate, JA Killian, B Wilder, M Charpignon, A Awasthi, M Tambe, ...
Available at SSRN 3575207, 2020
112020
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