Salihu Sabiu Musa
Salihu Sabiu Musa
University of Massachusetts
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Preliminary estimation of the basic reproduction number of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in China, from 2019 to 2020: A data-driven analysis in the early phase of the outbreak
S Zhao, Q Lin, J Ran, SS Musa, G Yang, W Wang, Y Lou, D Gao, L Yang, ...
International journal of infectious diseases 92, 214-217, 2020
A conceptual model for the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak in Wuhan, China with individual reaction and governmental action
Q Lin, S Zhao, D Gao, Y Lou, S Yang, SS Musa, MH Wang, Y Cai, ...
International journal of infectious diseases 93, 211-216, 2020
Estimating the unreported number of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) cases in China in the first half of January 2020: a data-driven modelling analysis of the early outbreak
S Zhao, SS Musa, Q Lin, J Ran, G Yang, W Wang, Y Lou, L Yang, D Gao, ...
Journal of clinical medicine 9 (2), 388, 2020
Mathematical modeling of COVID-19 epidemic with effect of awareness programs
SS Musa, S Qureshi, S Zhao, A Yusuf, UT Mustapha, D He
Infectious disease modelling 6, 448-460, 2021
Estimation of exponential growth rate and basic reproduction number of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Africa
SS Musa, S Zhao, MH Wang, AG Habib, UT Mustapha, D He
Infectious Disease of Poverty ( 9 …, 2020
Imitation dynamics in the mitigation of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Wuhan, China from 2019 to 2020
S Zhao, L Stone, D Gao, SS Musa, MKC Chong, D He, MH Wang
Annals of Translational Medicine 8 (7), 2020
Mechanistic modelling of the large-scale Lassa fever epidemics in Nigeria from 2016 to 2019
SS Musa, S Zhao, D Gao, Q Lin, G Chowell, D He
Journal of theoretical biology 493, 110209, 2020
Estimating the generation interval and inferring the latent period of COVID-19 from the contact tracing data
S Zhao, B Tang, SS Musa, S Ma, J Zhang, M Zeng, Q Yun, W Guo, ...
Epidemics 36, 100482, 2021
Simple framework for real-time forecast in a data-limited situation: the Zika virus (ZIKV) outbreaks in Brazil from 2015 to 2016 as an example
S Zhao, SS Musa, H Fu, D He, J Qin
Parasites & vectors 12, 1-13, 2019
Large-scale Lassa fever outbreaks in Nigeria: quantifying the association between disease reproduction number and local rainfall
S Zhao, SS Musa, H Fu, D He, J Qin
Epidemiology & Infection 148, e4, 2020
Vertical transmission of SARS-CoV-2: a systematic review of systematic reviews
SS Musa, UM Bello, S Zhao, ZU Abdullahi, MA Lawan, D He
Viruses 13 (9), 1877, 2021
Modelling the effective reproduction number of vector-borne diseases: the yellow fever outbreak in Luanda, Angola 2015–2016 as an example
S Zhao, SS Musa, JT Hebert, P Cao, J Ran, J Meng, D He, J Qin
PeerJ 8, e8601, 2020
A mathematical model to study the 2014–2015 large-scale dengue epidemics in Kaohsiung and Tainan cities in Taiwan, China
S.S. Musa, S. Zhao, H. Chan, Z Jin, & D. He
Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering 16 (5), 3841-3863, 2019
The basic reproduction number of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) estimation based on exponential growth in the early outbreak in China from 2019 to 2020: A reply to Dhungana
S Zhao, Q Lin, J Ran, SS Musa, G Yang, W Wang, Y Lou, D Gao, L Yang, ...
International Journal of Infectious Diseases 94, 148-150, 2020
Fractional modeling for improving scholastic performance of students with optimal control
A Yusuf, S Qureshi, UT Mustapha, SS Musa, TA Sulaiman
International Journal of Applied and Computational Mathematics 8 (1), 37, 2022
Reinfection or reactivation of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2: a systematic review
X Tang, SS Musa, S Zhao, D He
Frontiers in Public Health, 593, 2021
The unexpected dynamics of COVID-19 in Manaus, Brazil: Herd immunity versus interventions
D He, Y Artzy-Randrup, SS Musa, T Graf, F Naveca, L Stone
Inferencing superspreading potential using zero-truncated negative binomial model: exemplification with COVID-19
S Zhao, M Shen, SS Musa, Z Guo, J Ran, Z Peng, Y Zhao, MKC Chong, ...
BMC Medical Research Methodology 21, 1-8, 2021
Using proper mean generation intervals in modelling of COVID-19
D He, X Tang, SS Musa, S Zhao
Frontiers in Public Health 9, 759, 2021
The heterogeneous severity of COVID-19 in African countries: a modeling approach
SS Musa, X Wang, S Zhao, S Li, N Hussaini, W Wang, D He
Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 84 (3), 32, 2022
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