Ben Lopman
Ben Lopman
Professor, Department of Epidemiology, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University
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Global prevalence of norovirus in cases of gastroenteritis: a systematic review and meta-analysis
SM Ahmed, AJ Hall, AE Robinson, L Verhoef, P Premkumar, UD Parashar, ...
The Lancet infectious diseases 14 (8), 725-730, 2014
8752014
Increase in viral gastroenteritis outbreaks in Europe and epidemic spread of new norovirus variant
B Lopman, H Vennema, E Kohli, P Pothier, A Sanchez, A Negredo, ...
The lancet 363 (9410), 682-688, 2004
6482004
Norovirus and medically attended gastroenteritis in US children
DC Payne, J Vinjé, PG Szilagyi, KM Edwards, MA Staat, GA Weinberg, ...
New England journal of medicine 368 (12), 1121-1130, 2013
5552013
Norovirus disease in the United States
AJ Hall, BA Lopman, DC Payne, MM Patel, PA Gastañaduy, J Vinjé, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 19 (8), 1198, 2013
5522013
Viral gastroenteritis outbreaks in Europe, 1995–2000
B Lopman, M Reacher, Y Van Duijnhoven, FX Hanon, D Brown, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 9 (1), 90, 2003
4882003
Disease risks from foods, England and Wales, 1996–2000
GK Adak, SM Meakins, H Yip, BA Lopman, SJ O'Brien
Emerging infectious diseases 11 (3), 365, 2005
4502005
Updated norovirus outbreak management and disease prevention guidelines
AJ Hall, J Vinjé, B Lopman, GW Park, C Yen, N Gregoricus, U Parashar
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report: Recommendations and Reports 60 (3), 1-15, 2011
3722011
Global economic burden of norovirus gastroenteritis
SM Bartsch, BA Lopman, S Ozawa, AJ Hall, BY Lee
PloS one 11 (4), e0151219, 2016
3422016
Clinical manifestation of norovirus gastroenteritis in health care settings
BA Lopman, MH Reacher, IB Vipond, J Sarangi, DWG Brown
Clinical Infectious Diseases 39 (3), 318-324, 2004
3362004
Two epidemiologic patterns of norovirus outbreaks: surveillance in England and Wales, 1992–2000
BA Lopman, GK Adak, M Reacher, DWG Brown
Emerging infectious diseases 9 (1), 71, 2003
3102003
The Roles of Clostridium difficile and Norovirus Among Gastroenteritis-Associated Deaths in the United States, 1999–2007
AJ Hall, AT Curns, LC McDonald, UD Parashar, BA Lopman
Clinical Infectious Diseases 55 (2), 216-223, 2012
2902012
Voluntary counselling and testing: uptake, impact on sexual behaviour, and HIV incidence in a rural Zimbabwean cohort
L Sherr, B Lopman, M Kakowa, S Dube, G Chawira, C Nyamukapa, ...
Aids 21 (7), 851-860, 2007
2902007
Epidemiology and cost of nosocomial gastroenteritis, Avon, England, 2002–2003
BA Lopman, MH Reacher, IB Vipond, D Hill, C Perry, T Halladay, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 10 (10), 1827, 2004
2802004
Environmental transmission of norovirus gastroenteritis
B Lopman, P Gastanaduy, GW Park, AJ Hall, UD Parashar, J Vinjé
Current opinion in virology 2 (1), 96-102, 2012
2722012
Decline in diarrhea mortality and admissions after routine childhood rotavirus immunization in Brazil: a time-series analysis
GMI do Carmo, C Yen, J Cortes, AA Siqueira, WK de Oliveira, ...
PLoS medicine 8 (4), e1001024, 2011
2722011
HIV-associated orphanhood and children’s psychosocial distress: theoretical framework tested with data from Zimbabwe
CA Nyamukapa, S Gregson, B Lopman, S Saito, HJ Watts, R Monasch, ...
American Journal of Public Health 98 (1), 133-141, 2008
2572008
The vast and varied global burden of norovirus: prospects for prevention and control
BA Lopman, D Steele, CD Kirkwood, UD Parashar
PLoS medicine 13 (4), e1001999, 2016
2512016
Human caliciviruses in Europe
BA Lopman, DW Brown, M Koopmans
Journal of Clinical Virology 24 (3), 137-160, 2002
2492002
Epidemiology of foodborne norovirus outbreaks, United States, 2001–2008
AJ Hall, VG Eisenbart, AL Etingüe, LH Gould, BA Lopman, UD Parashar
Emerging infectious diseases 18 (10), 1566, 2012
2432012
Deaths from norovirus among the elderly, England and Wales
JP Harris, WJ Edmunds, R Pebody, DW Brown, BA Lopman
Emerging infectious diseases 14 (10), 1546, 2008
2212008
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