Publications

Google Scholar profile

Woolhouse, M.E.J. & Brierley, L. (2018) Epidemiological characteristics of human-infective RNA virusesScientific Data, 5, 180017.

Woolhouse, M.E.J., Brierley, L., McCaffery, C., and Lycett, S. (2016) Assessing the epidemic potential of RNA and DNA viruses. Emerging Infectious Diseases 22, 2037-2044.

Brierley L, Vonhof MJ, Olival KJ, Daszak P & Jones KE. (2016) Quantifying global drivers of zoonotic bat viruses: a process-based perspective. The American Naturalist 187, E53-E64.

Woolhouse MEJ, Adair K & Brierley L. (2013) RNA viruses: a case study of the biology of emerging infectious diseases. Microbiology Spectrum 1, OH-0001-2012.

 

Other publications

Grace D, Mutua F, Ochungo P, Kruska R, Jones KE, Brierley L, Lapar L, Said M, Herrero M, Phuc PM, Thao NB, Akuku I, & Ogutu F. (2012) Mapping of poverty and likely zoonoses hotspots. Zoonoses Project 4. Report to the UK Department for International Development. Nairobi, Kenya: ILRI.

 

Media Coverage

Assessing the epidemic potential of RNA and DNA viruses:
BBC NewsThe TimesDaily Mail; Herald ScotlandNational ScotlandAOLHuffington Post

Quantifying global drivers of zoonotic bat viruses: a process-based perspective:
ScienceThe Economist; Discovery NewsSciDev.NetNational Public RadioReutersHerald ScotlandHuffington PostInternational Business Times; The Australian; Straits TimesUPIGizmodoIFL Scienceforskning.no [NOR]; Africa Health; GotScience.org; BBC Radio Scotland Newsdrive interview (broadcast 5/1/16); SciDev.Net podcastaccompanying blog piece via STEPS Centre.

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