Tom Britton
Tom Britton
Stockholm University, Department of Mathematics
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Dynamics of fat cell turnover in humans
KL Spalding, E Arner, PO Westermark, S Bernard, BA Buchholz, ...
Nature 453 (7196), 783-787, 2008
Stochastic epidemic models and their statistical analysis
H Andersson, T Britton
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
Mathematical tools for understanding infectious disease dynamics
O Diekmann, H Heesterbeek, T Britton
Princeton University Press, 2013
Diversification of Neoaves: integration of molecular sequence data and fossils
PGP Ericson, CL Anderson, T Britton, A Elzanowski, US Johansson, ...
Biology letters 2 (4), 543-547, 2006
Reliability of Bayesian posterior probabilities and bootstrap frequencies in phylogenetics
P Erixon, B Svennblad, T Britton, B Oxelman
Systematic biology 52 (5), 665-673, 2003
Adipocyte turnover: relevance to human adipose tissue morphology
E Arner, PO Westermark, KL Spalding, T Britton, M Rydén, J Frisén, ...
Diabetes 59 (1), 105-109, 2010
A mathematical model reveals the influence of population heterogeneity on herd immunity to SARS-CoV-2
T Britton, F Ball, P Trapman
science 369 (6505), 846-849, 2020
Stochastic epidemic models: a survey
T Britton
Mathematical biosciences 225 (1), 24-35, 2010
Generating simple random graphs with prescribed degree distribution
T Britton, M Deijfen, A Martin-Löf
Journal of statistical physics 124 (6), 1377-1397, 2006
Estimating divergence times in large phylogenetic trees
T Britton, CL Anderson, D Jacquet, S Lundqvist, K Bremer
Systematic biology 56 (5), 741-752, 2007
Lipolysis—not inflammation, cell death, or lipogenesis—is involved in adipose tissue loss in cancer cachexia
M Rydén, T Agustsson, J Laurencikiene, T Britton, E Sjölin, B Isaksson, ...
Cancer: Interdisciplinary International Journal of the American Cancer …, 2008
Statistical studies of infectious disease incidence
NG Becker, T Britton
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (Statistical Methodology …, 1999
Inferring speciation and extinction rates under different sampling schemes
S Höhna, T Stadler, F Ronquist, T Britton
Molecular biology and evolution 28 (9), 2577-2589, 2011
Bayesian inference for stochastic epidemics in populations with random social structure
T Britton, PD O'NEILL
Scandinavian Journal of Statistics 29 (3), 375-390, 2002
Epidemics on random graphs with tunable clustering
T Britton, M Deijfen, AN Lagerås, M Lindholm
Journal of Applied Probability 45 (3), 743-756, 2008
Estimation in emerging epidemics: biases and remedies
T Britton, G Scalia Tomba
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 16 (150), 20180670, 2019
Seven challenges for metapopulation models of epidemics, including households models
F Ball, T Britton, T House, V Isham, D Mollison, L Pellis, GS Tomba
Epidemics 10, 63-67, 2015
Phylogenetic dating with confidence intervals using mean path lengths
T Britton, B Oxelman, A Vinnersten, K Bremer
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 24 (1), 58-65, 2002
Graphs with specified degree distributions, simple epidemics, and local vaccination strategies
T Britton, S Janson, A Martin-Löf
Advances in Applied Probability 39 (4), 922-948, 2007
The sensitivity of respondent‐driven sampling
X Lu, L Bengtsson, T Britton, M Camitz, BJ Kim, A Thorson, F Liljeros
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2012
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