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Lisa Sattenspiel
Lisa Sattenspiel
Professor of Anthropology
Verified email at missouri.edu
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Modeling and analyzing HIV transmission: the effect of contact patterns
JA Jacquez, CP Simon, J Koopman, L Sattenspiel, T Perry
Mathematical Biosciences 92 (2), 119-199, 1988
5171988
A structured epidemic model incorporating geographic mobility among regions
L Sattenspiel, K Dietz
Mathematical biosciences 128 (1-2), 71-91, 1995
3811995
Mathematical models to characterize early epidemic growth: A review
G Chowell, L Sattenspiel, S Bansal, C Viboud
Physics of life reviews 18, 66-97, 2016
3502016
Stable populations and skeletal age
L Sattenspiel, H Harpending
American Antiquity 48 (3), 489-498, 1983
3021983
Explaining biased sex ratios in human populations: a critique of recent studies [and comments and reply]
DF Sieff, L Betzig, L Cronk, AG Fix, M Flinn, L Sattenspiel, K Gibson, ...
Current Anthropology 31 (1), 25-48, 1990
1881990
The spread and persistence of infectious diseases in structured populations
L Sattenspiel, CP Simon
Mathematical Biosciences 90 (1-2), 341-366, 1988
1821988
Simulating the effect of quarantine on the spread of the 1918–19 flu in central Canada
L Sattenspiel, DA Herring
Bulletin of mathematical biology 65 (1), 1-26, 2003
1792003
The geographic spread of infectious diseases
L Sattenspiel
The Geographic Spread of Infectious Diseases, 2009
1132009
Sexual partner selectiveness effects on homosexual HIV transmission dynamics.
J Koopman, C Simon, J Jacquez, J Joseph, L Sattenspiel, T Park
Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 1 (5), 486-504, 1988
961988
Population structure and the spread of disease
L Sattenspiel
Human Biology, 411-438, 1987
961987
Finding optimal vaccination strategies under parameter uncertainty using stochastic programming
MW Tanner, L Sattenspiel, L Ntaimo
Mathematical biosciences 215 (2), 144-151, 2008
932008
Tropical environments, human activities, and the transmission of infectious diseases
L Sattenspiel
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2000
742000
Structured epidemic models and the spread of influenza in the central Canadian subarctic
L Sattenspiel, DA Herring
Human Biology, 91-115, 1998
741998
Social contexts, syndemics, and infectious disease in northern Aboriginal populations
D Ann Herring, L Sattenspiel
American Journal of Human Biology: The Official Journal of the Human Biology …, 2007
732007
Modeling the spread of infectious disease in human populations
L Sattenspiel
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 33 (S11), 245-276, 1990
571990
The design and use of an agent‐based model to simulate the 1918 influenza epidemic at Norway House, Manitoba
C Carpenter, L Sattenspiel
American Journal of Human Biology: The Official Journal of the Human Biology …, 2009
512009
Environmental context, social interactions, and the spread of HIV
L Sattenspiel, C Castillo‐Chavez
American Journal of Human Biology 2 (4), 397-417, 1990
451990
Defining epidemics in computer simulation models: How do definitions influence conclusions?
C Orbann, L Sattenspiel, E Miller, J Dimka
Epidemics 19, 24-32, 2017
382017
Epidemics in nonrandomly mixing populations: a simulation
L Sattenspiel
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 73 (2), 251-265, 1987
381987
Mortality from contact-related epidemics among indigenous populations in Greater Amazonia
RS Walker, L Sattenspiel, KR Hill
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-9, 2015
372015
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