*Spence, K., T. O’Sullivan, Z. Poljak, and A.L. Greer. (2019).Descriptive analysis of horse movement networks during the 2015 equestrian season in Ontario, Canada. PLoS ONE 14(7): e0219771. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0219771
Mihaljevic, J.R., A.L. Greer, and J.L. Brunner. (2019). Evaluating the within host dynamics of Ranavirus infection with mechanistic disease models and experimental data. Viruses 11 (5):396.
*Milwid, R., O’Sullivan, T.L., Poljak, Z., Laskowski, M., and A.L. Greer. (2019). Comparing the effects of non-homogenous mixing patterns on epidemiological outcomes in equine populations: A mathematical modelling study. Scientific Reports 9 (1): 3227.
*Rossi, T., A. Moore, T. O’Sullivan, and A.L. Greer. (2019). Equine Rhinitis A Virus Infection at a Standardbred Training Facility: Incidence, Clinical Signs, and Risk Factors for Clinical Disease. Frontiers in Veterinary Science. https://doi.org/10.3389/fvets.2019.00071
*Cousins, M. D.N. Fisman, J. Sargeant, and A.L. Greer. (2019) Modelling the transmission dynamics of Campylobacter in Ontario, Canada assuming house flies,Musca domestica, are a mechanical vector of disease transmission. Royal Society Open Science.
*Gardner, E.G., D. Kelton, Z. Poljak, S. von Dobschuetz, and A.L. Greer. (2019) A case-crossover analysis of the impact of weather on primary cases of Middle East respiratory syndrome. BMC Infectious Diseases 19:113.
*Gardner, E.G., D. Kelton, Z. Poljak, S. von Dobschuetz, and A.L. Greer. (2019) A rapid scoping review of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus in animal hosts. Zoonoses and Public Health 66(1):35-46
+Hughes, S.L., Greer, A.L.,Elliot, A.J., McEwen, S.A., Young, I.and A. Papadopoulos (2019). Monitoring telehealth vomiting calls as a potential public health early warning system for seasonal norovirus activity in Ontario, Canada. Epidemiology and Infection 147 (e112).
*Milwid, R., O’Sullivan, T.L., Poljak, Z., Laskowski, M., and A.L. Greer. (2019).Validation of modified radio-frequency identificationtag firmware, using an equine population case study. PLOS ONE. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0210148
*Milwid, R., O’Sullivan, T.L., Poljak, Z., Laskowski, M., and A.L. Greer. (2019). Comparison of the dynamic networks of four equine boarding and training facilities. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 162: 84-94.
*Coffey, M, A.L. Greer, and H.Eberl. (2018). Model Based Economic Assessment of Avian Influenza Vaccination in an All-in/All-out Housing System. Recent Advances in Mathematical and Statistical Methods for Scientific and Engineering Applications.
*Gardner, E.G., D. Kelton, Z. Poljak, S. von Dobschuetz, and A.L. Greer.(2018) A rapid scoping review of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus in animal hosts. Zoonoses and Public Health. 1-12.
*Brunn, A., D.N. Fisman, J.M. Sargeant, and A.L. Greer. (2018). The influence of climate and livestock reservoirs on human cases of giardiasis. EcoHealth https://doi.org/10.1007/s10393-018-1385-7
*Kisiel, L.M., A. Jones-Bitton, J.M. Sargeant, J.B. Coe, D.T.T. Flockhart, A. Reynoso Palomar, E. Canales Vargas, and A.L. Greer. (2018). Modeling the effect of surgical sterilization and confinement on owned dog population size in Villa de Tezontepec, Hidalgo, Mexico, using an agent-based computer simulation model. PLoS ONE 13 (6): e0198209.
+Farrell, A., J.P. Collins, A.L. Greer, and H.R. Thieme. (2018). Do fatal infectious diseases eradicate host species? Journal of Mathematical Biology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00285-018-1249-3
+Farrell, A., J.P. Collins, A.L. Greer, and H.R. Thieme. (2018). Times from infection to disease-induced death and their influence on final population sizes after epidemic outbreaks. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 80 (10): 1937-1961.
*Brankston, G., C. *Boughen, V. Ng, D.N. Fisman, J.M. Sargeant, and A.L. Greer.(2018). Assessing the Impact of Environmental Exposures and CryptosporidiumInfection in Cattle on Human Incidence of Cryptosporidiosis. PLoS ONE 13(4): e0196573.
+Mallia, G., Van Toen, J., Rousseau, J., Jacob, L., Boerlin, P., A.L. Greer, Metcalf, D., and J.S Weese. (2018). Examining the epidemiology and microbiology of Clostridium difficilecarriage in elderly patients and residents of a health care facility in southern Ontario, Canada. Journal of Hospital Infection Control 99(4): 461-468.
*Khan, S.U., T. O’Sullivan, Z. Poljak, J. Alsop, and A.L. Greer. (2018). Modeling livestock population structure: a geospatial database for Ontario swine farms. BMC Veterinary Research 14:31
*Spence, K., T. O’Sullivan, Z. Poljak, and A.L. Greer.(2018).A longitudinal study describing horse characteristics and movements during a competition season in Ontario, Canada in 2015. Canadian Veterinary Journal 59 (7): 783-790.
*Spence, K., T. O’Sullivan, Z. Poljak, and A.L. Greer. (2018). Using a computer simulation model to examine the impact of biosecurity measures during a facility-level outbreak of equine influenza. Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research 82 (2):89-96.
*Spence, K., T. O’Sullivan, Z. Poljak, and A.L. Greer. (2018). Estimating the potential for disease spread in horses associated with an equestrian show in Ontario, Canada using an agent-based model. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 151: 21-28.
*Spence, K., T. O’Sullivan, Z. Poljak, and A.L. Greer. (2017). Descriptive and network analyses of the equine contact network at an equestrian show in Ontario, Canada and the application to potential disease transmission. BMC Veterinary Research 13 (191).
+Walczak, K., R. Friendship, E. Brockoff, A.L. Greer, Z. Poljak. (2017). Descriptive study of treatment rates for tiamulin and lincomycin in swine dysentery affected growing pigs. The Canadian Veterinary Journal 58 (5):472-481.
Greer, A.L., K. Spence*, and E. Gardner*. (2017). Understanding the early dynamics of the 2014 porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) outbreak in Ontario using the Incidence Decay and Exponential Adjustment (IDEA) model. BMC Veterinary Research 13 (8).
+Tuite, A.R., V. Gallant, E. Randell, A-C. Bourgeois, A.L. Greer. (2017). Stochastic, Agent-based modeling of Tuberculosis in Canadian Aboriginal communities. BMC Public Health.
+Arruda, A.G., R. Friendship, J. Carpenter, A.L. Greer, and Z. Poljak. (2016). Evaluation of control strategies for porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome in breeding herds using a discrete event, agent-based model. PLoS One.
*Kisiel, L.M., A. Jones-Bitton, J.M. Sargeant, J.B. Coe, D.T.T. Flockhart, A. Reynoso Palomar, E. Canales Vargas, and A.L. Greer. (2016). Owned dog ecology and demography in Villa de Tezontepec, Hidalgo, Mexico. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 135: 37-47.
Greer, A.L. (2015). Early vaccine availability represents an important public health advance for the control of pandemic influenza. BMC Research Notes 8:191. DOI: 10.1186/s13104-015-1157-1
Richardson, K., B. Sander, H. Guo, A.L. Greer, and J. Heffernan (2014). Tuberculosis in Canada: Detection, intervention, and compliance. AIMS Public Health 1 (4): 241-255.
Laskowski, M., A.L. Greer, and S. Moghadas (2014). Antiviral strategies for emerging influenza viruses in remote and isolated communities. PLoS ONE 9(2): e89651.
Fisman, D.N., T. Hauck, A. Tuite and A.L. Greer. (2013). An IDEA for short-term outbreak projection: nearcasting using the basic reproductive number. PLoS ONE, 8(12), e83622.
Greer, A.L. (2013). Can informal social distancing interventions minimize demand for antiviral treatment during a severe pandemic? BMC Public Health, 13, 669.
Tuite A.R., Greer A.L., and Fisman D.N. (2013). Effect of latitude on the rate of change in incidence of Lyme disease in the United States. CMAJ Open, 1(1), E43-E47.
Mostaço-Guidolin, L.C., C.S. Bowman, A.L. Greer, D.N. Fisman and S. M. Moghadas. (2012). Transmissibility of the 2009 H1N1 pandemic in remote and isolated Canadian communities. BMJ Open, 2(e001614).
Mostaço-Guidolin, L.C., B. Sander, A.L. Greer, J. Wu and S. M. Moghadas. (2011). Variability in Transmissibility of the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic in Canadian Communities. BMC Research Notes 4: 537.
Conway, J.M., A.R. Tuite, D.N. Fisman, N. Hupert, R. Meza, B. Davoudi, K. English, P. van den Driessche, F. Brauer, J. Ma, L. Ancel Myers, M. Smieja, A.L. Greer, D. Skowronski, D. Buckeridge, J. Kwong, J. Wu, S.M. Moghadas, D. Coombs, R.C. Brunham, and B. Pourbohloul. (2011). Vaccination against 2009 pandemic H1N1 in a population dynamical model of Vancouver, Canada: timing is everything. BMC Public Health 11:934.
Laskowski, M., L.C. Mostaco-Guidolin, A.L. Greer, J. Wu, S.M. Moghadas. (2011). The Impact of Demographic Variables on Disease Spread: Influenza in Remote Communities. Nature: Scientific Reports 1:105.
Greer, A.L. and D.N. Fisman. (2011). Using models to identify cost effective interventions: pertussis vaccination for pediatric healthcare workers. Pediatrics. Published online August 15, 2011 (DOI: 10.1542/peds.2010-0796).
Arino, J., C. Bauch, F. Brauer, S.M. Driedger, A.L. Greer, S.M. Moghadas, N.J. Pizzi, B. Sander, A. Tuite, P. van den Driessche, and J. Watmough. (2011). Pandemic Influenza: Modelling and Public Health Perspectives. Mathematical Biosciences & Engineering 8(1): 1-20.
Tuite, A.R., D.N. Fisman, J. Kwong, and A.L. Greer. (2010). Optimal pandemic influenza vaccine allocation strategies for the Canadian population. PLoS ONE. 5(5): e10520. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0010520.
Greer, A.L., A. Tuite and D. Fisman. (2010). Age, influenza pandemics, and disease dynamics: more questions than answers. Epidemiology and Infection 138 (11): 1542 – 1549.
Greer, A.L., S.J. Drews and D.N. Fisman. (2010). Why “winter” vomiting disease? Seasonality, hydrology, and Norovirus epidemiology in Toronto, Canada. EcoHealth 6(2): 192-199.
Tuite, A.R., A.L. Greer, J. Kwong, and D.N. Fisman. (2009) Seasonal influenza vaccine allocation in the Canadian population during a pandemic. PLoS Currents Influenza. Online: December 11; 1: RRN1143. doi:10.1371/currents.RRN1143.
Tuite, A.R., A.L. Greer, M. Whelan, A-L. Winter, B. Lee, P. Yan, J. Wu, S. Moghadas, D. Buckeridge, B. Pourbohoul, and D.N. Fisman. (2009). Estimated epidemiologic parameters and morbidity associated with pandemic H1N1 influenza. Canadian Medical Association Journal 182 (2): 131-136.
Greer, A.L., and D.N. Fisman. (2009). Keeping Vulnerable Children Safe from Pertussis: preventing nosocomial pertussis transmission in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology 30(11): 1084-1089.
Moghadas, S., T. Day, C.T. Bauch, F. Brauer, A.L. Greer, P. Yan, J. Wu, N. Pizzi, D. Fisman. (2009). Modeling of pandemic influenza: a guide for the perplexed. Canadian Medical Association Journal 181(3-4): 171-173.
Greer, A.L., D.M. Schock, J.L. Brunner, R. Johnson, A.M. Picco and J.P. Collins. (2009). Latex and nitrile gloves do not pose a widespread threat to larval amphibians - A response to Cashins et al. (2008). Herpetological Review 40(2): 145-147.
Greer, A.L., J.L. Brunner, and J.P. Collins. (2009). Spatial and temporal patterns of Ambystoma tigrinum virus (ATV) prevalence in tiger salamanders (Ambystoma tigrinum nebulosum). Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 85(1): 1-6.
Fisman, D.N., A.L. Greer, G. Brouhanski, and S. Drews. (2009). Of Gastro and the gold standard: Evaluation and policy implications of Norovirus test performance. Journal of Translational Medicine 7(23).
Greer, A.L. and D.N. Fisman. (2009). Punching above their weight: Males, reinfection and the limited success of Chlamydia screening programs. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 36(1): 9-10.
Greer, A.L., C.J. Briggs and J.P. Collins. (2008) Testing a key assumption of host-pathogen theory: density and disease transmission. Oikos 117: 1667-1673.
Greer, A.L., V. Ng-Brett, and D.N. Fisman. (2008) Climate change and infectious diseases in North America: The road ahead. Canadian Medical Association Journal 178 (6): 715-722.
Greer, A.L. and J.P. Collins. (2008). Habitat fragmentation affects pathogen transmission throughout a host population. Journal of Animal Ecology 77 (2): 364-369.
Greer, A.L. and J.P. Collins. (2007) Evaluating the sensitivity and specificity of a diagnostic test for Ranavirus. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 43 (3): 525-532.
Fox, S.F., A.L. Greer, R.Torres-Cervantes and J.P. Collins. (2006). First case of ranavirus associated morbidity and mortality in natural populations of a South American frog, Atelognathus patagonicus. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 72 (1):87-92.
Greer, A.L., M. Berrill and P.J. Wilson. (2005). Five amphibian mortality events associated with Ranavirus in south central Ontario, Canada. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 67 (1-2): 9-14.