Stephen Kissler

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Seasonal influenza epidemics offer unique opportunities to study the invasion and re-invasion waves of a pathogen in a partially immune population. Detailed patterns of spread remain elusive, however, due to lack of granular disease data. Here we model high-volume city-level medical claims data and human mobility proxies to explore the drivers of influenza(More)
Diabetes cases worldwide have risen steadily over the past few decades, lending urgency to the search for more efficient, effective, and personalized ways to treat the disease. Current treatment strategies, however, may fail to maintain oscillations in blood glucose concentration that naturally occur multiple times per day, an important element of normal(More)
Antiestrogen therapy of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) has become a more common option in reducing risk of developing invasive cancer. Previously, estrogen receptor alpha (ER-alpha) was evaluated as the only predictive factor. Immunohistochemical staining was performed for ER-alpha, estrogen receptor ER-beta, progesterone receptor (PR), pS2 and her-2/neu(More)
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