Lander Willem
Lander Willem
Center for Health Economics Research and Modeling of Infectious Diseases, University of Antwerp
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Behavioural change models for infectious disease transmission: a systematic review (2010–2015)
F Verelst, L Willem, P Beutels
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 13 (125), 20160820, 2016
Lessons from a decade of individual-based models for infectious disease transmission: a systematic review (2006-2015)
L Willem, F Verelst, J Bilcke, N Hens, P Beutels
BMC infectious diseases 17 (1), 612, 2017
A nice day for an infection? Weather conditions and social contact patterns relevant to influenza transmission
L Willem, K Van Kerckhove, DL Chao, N Hens, P Beutels
PloS one 7 (11), e48695, 2012
Mining the genome of Arabidopsis thaliana as a basis for the identification of novel bioactive peptides involved in oxidative stress tolerance
B De Coninck, D Carron, P Tavormina, L Willem, DJ Craik, C Vos, ...
Journal of experimental botany 64 (17), 5297-5307, 2013
Estimating dynamic transmission model parameters for seasonal influenza by fitting to age and season-specific influenza-like illness incidence
N Goeyvaerts, L Willem, K Van Kerckhove, Y Vandendijck, G Hanquet, ...
Epidemics 13, 1-9, 2015
Cost-effectiveness of vaccination against herpes zoster in adults aged over 60 years in Belgium
J Bilcke, C Marais, B Ogunjimi, L Willem, N Hens, P Beutels
Vaccine 30 (3), 675-684, 2012
Integrating between-host transmission and within-host immunity to analyze the impact of varicella vaccination on zoster
B Ogunjimi, L Willem, P Beutels, N Hens
Elife 4, e07116, 2015
The cost-effectiveness of pneumococcal vaccination in healthy adults over 50: An exploration of influential factors for Belgium
A Blommaert, J Bilcke, L Willem, J Verhaegen, H Goossens, P Beutels
Vaccine 34 (18), 2106-2112, 2016
Maternally derived immunity extends swine influenza A virus persistence within farrow-to-finish pig farms: insights from a stochastic event-driven metapopulation model
C Cador, N Rose, L Willem, M Andraud
PloS one 11 (9), e0163672, 2016
Active learning to understand infectious disease models and improve policy making
L Willem, S Stijven, E Vladislavleva, J Broeckhove, P Beutels, N Hens
PLoS Comput Biol 10 (4), e1003563, 2014
Seasonal influenza vaccination: prioritizing children or other target groups? Part II: cost-effectiveness analysis
P Beutels, Y Vandendijck, L Willem, N Goeyvaerts, A Blommaert, ...
Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Brussels: Belgian Health Care Knowledge …, 2013
Household members do not contact each other at random: implications for infectious disease modelling
N Goeyvaerts, E Santermans, G Potter, A Torneri, K Van Kerckhove, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1893), 20182201, 2018
Control of endemic swine flu persistence in farrow-to-finish pig farms: a stochastic metapopulation modeling assessment
C Cador, M Andraud, L Willem, N Rose
Veterinary research 48 (1), 58, 2017
Individual decisions to vaccinate one's child or oneself: A discrete choice experiment rejecting free-riding motives
F Verelst, L Willem, R Kessels, P Beutels
Social Science & Medicine 207, 106-116, 2018
Quantifying parameter and structural uncertainty of dynamic disease transmission models using MCMC: an application to rotavirus vaccination in England and Wales
J Bilcke, R Chapman, C Atchison, D Cromer, H Johnson, L Willem, M Cox, ...
Medical Decision Making 35 (5), 633-647, 2015
Optimizing agent-based transmission models for infectious diseases
L Willem, S Stijven, E Tijskens, P Beutels, N Hens, J Broeckhove
BMC bioinformatics 16 (1), 183, 2015
Intervention strategies against COVID-19 and their estimated impact on Swedish healthcare capacity
JM Gardner, L Willem, W van der Wijngaart, SCL Kamerlin, N Brusselaers, ...
medRxiv, 2020
Population-level mathematical modeling of antimicrobial resistance: a systematic review
AM Niewiadomska, B Jayabalasingham, JC Seidman, L Willem, ...
BMC medicine 17 (1), 1-20, 2019
Ensuring continuous feedstock supply in agricultural residue value chains: a complex interplay of five influencing factors
A Mertens, J Van Meensel, L Willem, L Lauwers, J Buysse
Biomass and Bioenergy 109, 209-220, 2018
Animal ownership and touching enrich the context of social contacts relevant to the spread of human infectious diseases
YW Kifle, N Goeyvaerts, K Van Kerckhove, L Willem, C Faes, H Leirs, ...
PloS one 10 (7), e0133461, 2015
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