Research Publications


Kevin M Bakker, Marisa C Eisenberg, Robert J Woods and Micaela E Martinez (2022). Identifying optimal vaccination scenarios to reduce varicella zoster virus transmission and reactivation. BMC Medicine.

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Sarah K. Nyquist, Patricia Gao, Tessa K. J. Haining, Michael R. Retchin, Yarden Golan Maor, Riley S. Drake, Kellie Kolb, Benjamin E. Mead, Nadav Ahituv, Micaela E. Martinez, Bonnie Berger, Alex K. Shalek, Brittany A. Goods (2021).
Cellular And Transcriptional Diversity Over The Course Of Human Lactation.
Proceedings of The National Academy of Sciences of The United States of America

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Siegel, Norman, Dennis Flores, Ira Glasser, Tarry Hum, Steven Hayman, Micaela Martinez, Terry McGovern, Harriet Michel, Aryana Swanson, And Earl Ward (2022).
Social Justice Recommendations For Mayor-Elect Eric Adams.

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Dennis Khodasevich, Susan Tsui, Darwin Keung, Debra J Skene, Victoria Revell, Micaela E Martinez (2021).
Characterizing The Modern Light Environment And Its Influence On Circadian Rhythms.
Proceedings of The Royal Society Biological Sciences

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Kevin M Bakker, Marisa C Eisenberg, Robert Woods,& Micaela E Martinez (2021).
Exploring The Seasonal Drivers Of Varicella Zoster Transmission And Reactivation.
American Journal of Epidemiology

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Jenni Shearston, Micaela E Martinez, Yanelli Nunez, Markus Hilpert (2021).
Social-distancing Fatigue: Evidence From Real-time Crowd-sourced Traffic Data.
Science of The Total Environment

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N. Kronfeld-schor, T. J. Stevenson, S. Nickbakhsh, E. S. Schernhammer,x. C. Dopico, T. Dayan, M. Martinez, B. Helm (2021).
Drivers of Infectious Disease Seasonality: Potential Implications For Covid-19.
Journal of Biological Rhythms

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Karla Therese L. Sy, Micaela E. Martinez, Benjamin Rader, Laura F. White (2021).
Socioeconomic Disparities In Subway Use And Covid-19 Outcomes In New York City.
American Journal of Epidemiology

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L. Symul, P. Hsieh, A. Shea, Crc. Moreno, D.j. Skene, S. Holmes, M. Martinez (2020 Preprint).
Unmasking Seasonal Cycles In Human Fertility: How Holiday Sex And Fertility Cycles Shape Birth Seasonality.
Preprint available At Medrxiv

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Jeremy J. Hess, et al. (2020).
Guidelines For Modeling And Reporting Health Effects Of Climate Change Mitigation Actions.
Environmental Health Perspectives

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Jacqueline M. Leung And Micaela E. Martinez (2020).
Circadian Rhythms In Environmental Health Sciences.
Current Environmental Health Reports

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Kelli Stidham Hall, Goleen Samari, Samantha Garbers, Sara E Casey, Dazon Dixon Diallo, Miriam Orcutt, Rachel T Moresky, Micaela Elvira Martinez, And Terry Mcgovern (2020).
Centering Sexual And Reproductive Health And Justice In The Global Covid-19 Response.
The Lancet

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Samuel SC Rund, Imelda Moise, John Beier And Micaela E Martinez (2019).
Rescuing Troves Of Hidden Ecological Data To Tackle Emerging Mosquito-borne Diseases.
Journal of The American Mosquito Control Association

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Sandra B. Andersen, et al. (2019 Lorentz Center Workshop on Darwinian Microbial Medicine Consortium manuscript).
Microbial Evolutionary Medicine – From Theory To Clinical Practice.
The Lancet Infectious Diseases

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M Martinez and G Mazzoccoli (2018).
Daylight Saving Time And Circadian Rhythms In The Neuro-endocrine-immune System: Impact On Cardiovascular Health.
Internal and Emergency Medicine

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Micaela E Martinez (2018).
The Calendar of Epidemics: Seasonal Cycles of Infectious Diseases.
PLoS Pathogens

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A Winter, ME Martinez, FT Cutts, WJ Moss, M Ferrari, A Mckee, AJ Lessler, K Hayford, J Wallinga, And CJE Metcalf (2018).
Benefits And Challenges In Using Sero-prevalence Data To Inform Models For Measles And Rubella Elimination.
The Journal of Infectious Diseases

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Micaela Elvira Martinez (2016).
Preventing Zika Virus Infection During Pregnancy Using A Seasonal Window of Opportunity For Conception.
PLoS Biology

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Kevin Bakker, Micaela Martinez-Bakker, Barbara Helm, And Tyler Stevenson (2016).
Digital Epidemiology Reveals Global Childhood Disease Seasonality And The Effects Of Immunization.
PNAS

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Micaela Martinez-Bakker (2015).
The Drivers Of Acute Seasonal Infectious Diseases.
A Dissertation Submitted In Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirements For The Degree Of Doctor Of Philosophy (Ecology And Evolutionary Biology) in The University Of Michigan.

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Micaela Martinez-Bakker, Aaron A King, And Pejman Rohani (2015).
Unraveling The Transmission Ecology of Polio.
PLoS Biology

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Micaela Martinez-Bakker And Barbara Helm (2015).
The Influence Of Biological Rhythms On Host-parasite Interactions.
Trends In Ecology and Evolution

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Jessica Metcalf, Andrea L Graham, Micaela Martinez-Bakker, And Dylan Childs (2015).
Opportunities And Challenges Of Integral Projection Models For Modelling Host-Parasite Dynamics.
Journal of Animal Ecology

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TJ Stevenson, et al. (2015).
Disrupted Seasonal Biology Impacts Health, Food Security, And Ecosystems.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

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Micaela Martinez-Bakker, Kevin Bakker, Aaron A King, And Pejman Rohani (2014). Human Birth Seasonality: Latitudinal Gradient And Interplay With Childhood Disease Dynamics. Proceedings Of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. (shared First Author)

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Micaela Martinez-Bakker, Stephanie K Sell, Bradley J Swanson, Brendan P Kelly, And David Tallmon (2013).
Combined Genetic And Telemetry Data Reveal High Rates Of Gene Flow, Migration, And Long-distance Dispersal Potential In Arctic Ringed Seals (Pusa Hispida).
PLoS One

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Brendan P Kelly, Oriana H Badajos, Mervi Kunnasranta, John R Moran, Micaela Martinez-Bakker, Douglas Wartzok, And Peter Boveng (2010).
Seasonal Home Ranges And Fidelity To Breeding Sites Among Ringed Seals.
Polar Biology

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