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TitleTypeIssue Date
Contribution of respiratory pathogens to influenza-like illness consultations
EPIDEMIOLOGY AND INFECTION, 141 (10), p. 2196-2204
Journal Contribution2013
Contribution of respiratory pathogens to influenza-like illness consultations
EPIDEMIOLOGY AND INFECTION, 141 (10), p. 2196-2204
Journal Contribution2013
Development of a modular quantitative microbial risk assessment to evaluate zoonotic risks in Belgium: Salmonellosis through consumption of pork as an example
Proceedings of the 10th European Symposium on Statistical Methods for the Food Industry.
Proceedings Paper2008
Development of a Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment for Human Salmonellosis Through Household Consumption of Fresh Minced Pork Meat in Belgium
RISK ANALYSIS, 29(6). p. 820-840
Journal Contribution2009
Development of a quantitative microbial risk assessment to evaluate zoonotic risks in Belgium: human salmonellosis through household consumption of minced pork meat
Boyens, F. & Pasmans, F. (Ed.) First Belgian Symposium on Salmonella Research and Control in Pigs, Book of proceedings. p. 43-47.
Proceedings Paper2008
Dose-illness models for human salmonellosis based on outbreak data
Eilers, P. (Ed.) Proceedings of 23rd International Workshop on Statistical Modelling. p. 1245-1300.
Proceedings Paper2008
Estimating the force of infection from serological data: the impact of clustering, incomplete data and diagnostic uncertainly
Proceedings of the VEE-studiedag 2005,.
Proceedings Paper2005
Estimation of the force of infection and related parameters
Geers, R (Ed.) Proceedings of the VEE-studiedag 2005, Diepenbeek, Belgium.
Proceedings Paper2005
Evaluation of Scenarios for Reducing Human Salmonellosis Through Household Consumption of Fresh Minced Pork Meat
RISK ANALYSIS, 30(5). p. 853-865
Journal Contribution2010
Expert judgement in a risk assessment model for Salmonella spp. in pork: The performance of different weighting schemes
PREVENTIVE VETERINARY MEDICINE, 92(3). p. 224-234
Journal Contribution2009
Human salmonellosis: Estimation of dose-illness from outbreak data
RISK ANALYSIS, 28(2). p. 427-440
Journal Contribution2008
Identification of Salmonella high risk pig-herds in Belgium by using semiparametric quantile regression
JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY SERIES A-STATISTICS IN SOCIETY, 171. p. 449-464
Journal Contribution2008
Joint Modeling of HCV and HIV Infections among Injecting Drug Users in Italy Using Repeated Cross-Sectional Prevalence Data
Statistical Communications in Infectious Diseases, 3(1)
Journal Contribution2011
NUSAP Method for Evaluating the Data Quality in a Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment Model for Salmonella in the Pork Production Chain
RISK ANALYSIS, 29(4). p. 502-517
Journal Contribution2009
Quantile regression with monotonicity restrictions using P-splines and the L-1-norm
STATISTICAL MODELLING, 6(3). p. 189-207
Journal Contribution2006
Risk factors for Salmonella and hygiene indicators in the 10 largest Belgian pig slaughterhouses
JOURNAL OF FOOD PROTECTION, 71(7). p. 1320-1329
Journal Contribution2008
Salmonella serosurveillance: Different statistical methods to categorise pig herds based on serological data
PREVENTIVE VETERINARY MEDICINE, 89(1-2). p. 59-66
Journal Contribution2009
Semi-parametric regression to identify farms with high Salmonella infection burden
Eilers, P. (Ed.) Proceedings of the 23rd International Workshop on Statistical Modelling. p. 89-92.
Proceedings Paper2008
Simple and multiple P-splines regression with shape constraints
BRITISH JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL & STATISTICAL PSYCHOLOGY, 59. p. 451-469
Journal Contribution2006
Statistical models in epidemiolgy and quantitative microbial risk assessment applied to salmonella in pork
Theses and Dissertations2009
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