Publications by: Roslyn I. Hickson

Also publishes as (Roslyn Hickson, R.I. Hickson, R. Hickson)

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Furlong, Morgan, Adamu, Andrew M., Hoskins, Andrew, Russell, Tanya L., Gummow, Bruce, Golchin, Maryam, Hickson, Roslyn I., and Horwood, Paul F. (2023) Japanese Encephalitis Enzootic and Epidemic Risks across Australia. Viruses, 15 (2). 450.

Anwar, Md Nurul, Hickson, Roslyn I., Mehra, Somya, Price, David J., McCaw, James M., Flegg, Mark B., and Flegg, Jennifer A. (2023) Optimal Interruption of P. vivax Malaria Transmission Using Mass Drug Administration. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 85 (6). 43.

Walker, C.R., Hickson, R.I., Chang, E., Ngor, P., Sovannaroth, S., Simpson, J.A., Price, D.J., McCaw, J.M., Price, R.N., Flegg, J.A., and Devine, A. (2023) A model for malaria treatment evaluation in the presence of multiple species. Epidemics, 44. 100687.

Golchin, Maryam, Hoskins, Andrew, and Hickson, Roslyn (2022) Estimating spillover risk through consideration of transmission processes. In: [Presented at the Australian Biosecurity Symposium]. From: 2nd Australian Biosecurity Symposium, 3-5 May 2022, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia.

Furlong, Morgan, Adamu, Andrew, Hickson, Roslyn I., Horwood, Paul, Golchin, Maryam, Hoskins, Andrew, and Russell, Tanya (2022) Estimating the Distribution of Japanese Encephalitis Vectors in Australia Using Ecological Niche Modelling. Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease, 7 (12). 393.

Rains, Piper, Little, Christine, Golchin, Maryam, and Hickson, Roslyn (2022) Machine learning-based risk prediction of pathogen richness. In: [Presented at ANZIAM 2022]. From: ANZIAM 2022, 6-11 February 2022, Perth, WA, Australia and Online.

Anwar, Md Nurul, Hickson, Roslyn I., Mehra, Somya, McCaw, James M., and Flegg, Jennifer A. (2022) A Multiscale Mathematical Model of Plasmodium Vivax Transmission. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 84. 81.

Grzybowska, Hanna, Hickson, R.I., Bhandari, Bishal, Cai, Chen, Towke, Michael, Itzstein, Benjamin, Jurdak, Raja, Liebig, Jessica, Najeebullah, Kamran, Plani, Adrian, El Shoghri, Ahmad, and Paini, Dean (2022) SAfE transport: wearing face masks significantly reduces the spread of COVID-19 on trains. BMC Infectious Diseases, 22 (1). 694.

Golchin, Maryam, Hoskins, Andrew J., Di Marco, Moreno, Horwood, Paul F., Paini, Dean, and Hickson, Roslyn I. (2022) Spillover risk estimate based on the combination of a high-risk pathogen pool and human population density. In: [Presented at the Global Health Security Conference 2022]. From: Global Health Security Conference 2022, 28 June - 1 July 2022, Singapore.

Hickson, Roslyn (2021) Book Review of "Mathematical Models in Epidemiology" by Fred Brauer, Carlos Castillo-Chavez, and Zhilan Feng. New York, NY, USA, Springer, 2019. ISBN 978-1-4939-9826-5. SIAM Review, 63 (3). pp. 645-648.

Golchin, Maryam, Hoskins, Andrew J., Di Marco, Moreno, Horwood, Paul F., Paini, Dean, and Hickson, Roslyn I. (2021) Predicting spillover risk: A framework linking drivers and mechanistic processes to the risk of disease emergence. In: [Presented at the 8th International Conference on Infectious Disease Dynamics]. From: EPIDEMICS 8: 8th International Conference on Infectious Disease Dynamics, 30 November - 3 December 2021, Online.

Roberts, M.G., Hickson, R.I., Mccaw, J.M., and Talarmain, L. (2019) A simple influenza model with complicated dynamics. Journal of Mathematical Biology, 78. pp. 607-624.

Hettiarachchige, Chathurika, von Cavallar, Stefan, Lynar, Timothy, Hickson, Roslyn I., and Gambhir, Manoj (2018) Risk prediction system for dengue transmission based on high resolution weather data. PLoS ONE, 13 (12). e0208203.

Yan, Ada W.C., Black, Andrew J., McCaw, James M., Rebuli, Nicolas, Ross, Joshua V., Swan, Annalisa J., and Hickson, Roslyn I. (2018) The distribution of the time taken for an epidemic to spread between two communities. Mathematical Biosciences, 303. pp. 139-147.

Goudey, B., Hickson, R.I., Hettiarachchige, C.K.H., Pore, M., Reeves, C., Smith, O.J., and Swan, A. (2017) A framework for optimal health worker allocation in under-resourced regions. IBM Journal of Research and Development, 61 (6). 5. 5:1-5:12.

Moss, Robert, Hickson, Roslyn I., McVernon, Jodie, McCaw, James M., Hort, Krishna, Black, Jim, Madden, John R., Tran, Nhi H., McBryde, Emma S., and Geard, Nicholas (2016) Model-informed risk assessment and decision making for an emerging infectious disease in the Asia-Pacific region. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10 (9). e0005018. pp. 1-25.

Ndii, M.Z., Allingham, D., Hickson, R., and Glass, K. (2016) The effect of Wolbachia on dengue dynamics in the presence of two serotypes of dengue: symmetric and asymmetric epidemiological characteristics. Epidemiology and Infection, 144 (13). pp. 2874-2882.

Ndii, Meksiallis Z., Allingham, David, Hickson, R.I., and Glass, Kathryn (2016) The effect of Wolbachia on dengue outbreaks when dengue is repeatedly introduced. Theoretical Population Biology, 111. pp. 9-15.

Ndii, Meksianis Z., Hickson, R.I., Allingham, David, and Mercer, G.N. (2015) Modelling the transmission dynamics of dengue in the presence of Wolbachia. Mathematical Biosciences, 262. pp. 157-166.

Nguyen, Hoa Thi Minh, Hickson, Roslyn I., Kompas, Tom, Mercer, Geoffry N., and Lokuge, Kamalini M. (2015) Strengthening tuberculosis control overseas: who benefits? Value in Health, 18 (2). pp. 180-188.

Nguyen, Hoa-Thi-Minh, Kompas, Tom, and Hickson, Roslyn I. (2014) Aid and the control of tuberculosis in Papua New Guinea: is Australia's assistance cost-effective? Asia & The Pacific Policy Studies, 1 (2). pp. 364-378.

Hickson, R.I., and Roberts, M.G. (2014) How population heterogeneity in susceptibility and infectivity influences epidemic dynamics. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 350. pp. 70-80.

Ndii, Meksianis Z., Hickson, Roslyn I., and Mercer, Geoffry N. (2012) Modelling the introduction of wolbachia into Aedes aegypti mosquitoes to reduce dengue transmission. ANZIAM Journal, 53 (3). pp. 213-227.

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