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Carolyn Orbann
Carolyn Orbann
Associate Teaching Professor University of Missouri - Columbia
Overená e-mailová adresa na: health.missouri.edu
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Defining epidemics in computer simulation models: How do definitions influence conclusions?
C Orbann, L Sattenspiel, E Miller, J Dimka
Epidemics 19, 24-32, 2017
60*2017
Using cultural, historical, and epidemiological data to inform, calibrate, and verify model structures in agent-based simulations
L sattenspiel, J Dimka, C Orbann
Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering 16 (4), 3071-3093, 2019
112019
Applications of agent-based modelling techniques to studies of historical epidemics: The 1918 flu in newfoundland and labrador
J Dimka, C Orbann, L Sattenspiel
Journal of the Canadian Historical Association 25 (2), 265-296, 2014
92014
Agent-based modeling and the second epidemiologic transition
C Orbann, J Dimka, E Miller, L Sattenspiel
Modern environments and human health: Revisiting the second epidemiologic …, 2014
92014
Associations between rurality and regional differences in sociodemographic factors and the 1918–20 influenza and 2020–21 COVID-19 pandemics in Missouri counties: An ecological …
L Sattenspiel, C Orbann, A Bogan, H Ramirez, S Pirrone, S Dahal, ...
Plos one 18 (8), e0290294, 2023
22023
Epidemic Models With and Without Mortality: When Does It Matter?
L Sattenspiel, E Miller, J Dimka, C Orbann, A Warren
Mathematical and Statistical Modeling for Emerging and Re-emerging …, 2016
22016
Infectious disease and epidemiology: Dealing with the present and preparing for future new epidemics
L Sattenspiel and, C Orbann
A Companion to Biological Anthropology, 167-183, 2023
12023
The 1918 influenza pandemic and COVID-19 in Missouri: Assessing rural and urban differences in impact
HK Ramirez, S Pirrone, CM Orbann, L Sattenspiel
American Journal of Human Biology 33, 2021
12021
Traditional kinship structures and European-derived diseases at Mission San Diego, California: A study of the 1805-1806 measles epidemic
CM Orbann
University of Missouri-Columbia, 2014
12014
The 1918–1920 Influenza Pandemic: Missouri’s Latent 1920 Wave of Mortality
P Smith, C Orbann, L Sattenspiel
PAA 2022 Annual Meeting, 2022
2022
Safe at The College?: 1918 Influenza in the Student Army Training Corps (SATC) at the University of Missouri
CM Orbann, E Walton
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 177, 139-139, 2022
2022
The impact of demographic and socioeconomic factors on rural vs. urban experiences during the 1918 influenza and COVID-19 pandemics
L Sattenspiel, CM Orbann, HK Ramirez, S Pirrone, JA Mcelroy, A Bogan, ...
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 177, 160-160, 2022
2022
Examining the relationship between school closures and mortality rates during the 1918 influenza pandemic in Missouri
CM Orbann, M Andrade
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN BIOLOGY 33, 2021
2021
The Effects of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers in the Epidemiological Spread of the 1918 Influenza Epidemic
SA Clark, CM Orbann
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 168, 44-44, 2019
2019
Disease and discrimination: Poverty and pestilence in colonial Atlantic America Dale L. Hutchinson University Press of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2016. 304 pp. ISBN 978‐0‐8130 …
CM Orbann
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 4 (161), 758-759, 2016
2016
The Viral Network: A Pathography of the H1N1 Influenza Pandemic
C Orbann
American Ethnologist 43 (2), 397-399, 2016
2016
The 1805-1806 measles epidemic at Mission San Diego de Alcala: using parish records to identify an unrecognized epidemic.
CM Orbann
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN BIOLOGY 26 (2), 277-277, 2014
2014
The San Diego model: using historic records to develop a model of an infectious disease outbreak among indigenous neophytes at Mission San Diego in the early 19th century.
CM Orbann
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN BIOLOGY 25 (2), 270-270, 2013
2013
Modeling the effects of kinship patterns on disease spread among neophytes in 18th century Mission San Diego de Alcala
CM Orbann
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN BIOLOGY 24 (2), 238-238, 2012
2012
Effects of the identity of the first case in an agent-based model of a flu epidemic in a Newfoundland community
J Dimka, C Orbann, EL Miller, L Sattenspiel
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN BIOLOGY 23 (2), 256-257, 2011
2011
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