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Isabel Rodriguez
Infectious disease epidemiologist at UCSF
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@EPPIcenter at UCSF 24h
Post-doc position with & Examining genomics based spatial & temporal trends in malaria transmission, & strain specific immunity.
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Isabel Rodriguez Oct 29
Our new paper documenting outbreaks in ICE detention centers has been published!
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Anne Cori Oct 29
I'm hiring! Looking for a postdoc to work on improving methods to estimate R and forecast incidence during epidemics. Topical and (I think) fascinating! Please apply and RT. And get in touch for info. Thanks!
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Midasnetwork Oct 29
Next MIDAS webinar is tomorrow! Friday Oct 30, 12:00-1:00pm ET (US). Guest speakers: Topic: Sero-epidemiological modeling for control Register now!
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Isabel Rodriguez Oct 28
Replying to @genandgenes
It's not a bad pseudonym these days...
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Florian Krammer Oct 28
New paper out on SARS-CoV-2 antibody responses with Ania Wajnberg, , Adolfo Firpo, Carlos Cordon-Cardo and the whole team.
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Jessica Briggs Oct 27
Our paper on sex-based differences in the clearance of asymptomatic P falciparum infection is out!! We found that females cleared these infections ~2x faster than males in our cohort in Uganda. (1/N)
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Stefan Baral Oct 27
Announcing a civil debate on Friday, Oct 30 from 1:00PM-2:00PM ET Register: Lots of opportunity for audience engagement and I'm lucky to be included with the brilliant , , , Dr. Bhattacharya Did I say civil?
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Isabel Rodriguez Oct 27
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Isabel Rodriguez Oct 27
Este panel va a estar bastante interesante. Conversaciones que hacen falta!
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Isabel Rodriguez Oct 27
Can you please post the link?
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Isabel Rodriguez Oct 26
Replying to @JorgeGalindo @rundav5
Sería interesante ver a nivel municipal - ¿Cuánto de este segundo pico se explica por municipios que anteriormente habían tenido pocos casos vs. Medellín y Cali?
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Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative Oct 26
Tomorrow ⏰ the and are hosting an interesting discussion on applicability of vaccine trial results to low-and-middle income countries. Don’t forget to register! ➡️
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Isabel Rodriguez Oct 26
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Isabel Rodriguez Oct 26
bordar biología?
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Isabel Rodriguez Oct 26
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Isabel Rodriguez Oct 26
Hace muchísimo sentido y es la razón por la cual el rastreo retrospectivo parece ser más importante que el prospectivo. Pero la implementación no es trivial (a menos de que uno tenga datos de un sistema de vigilancia de contactos digital....)
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Isabel Rodriguez Oct 26
No es herejía - se usa muchísimo en estudios de ‘hidden populations’ (VIH, ETS, usuarios de drogas). Pero ahí es mucho más clara la definición de ‘contacto’ que en SARS-CoV-2.
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Nathan Lo Oct 26
1/N Our new article published in Clinical Infectious Diseases () on role of routine asymptomatic testing for in healthcare settings. We find twice weekly testing of all healthcare workers/patients can reduce outbreaks and transmission.
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Isabel Rodriguez Oct 26
Pero ¿cómo guiar el diseño con lo poco se que conoce de los determinantes de sobredispersión? (Más allá de los factores ambientales y de redes obvios, poco se sabe de la contribución de factores biológicos por ejemplo)
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