Mark L. Wilson
Mark L. Wilson
Professor of Epidemiology, University of Michigan
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Neighborhood racial composition, neighborhood poverty, and the spatial accessibility of supermarkets in metropolitan Detroit
SN Zenk, AJ Schulz, BA Israel, SA James, S Bao, ML Wilson
American journal of public health 95 (4), 660-667, 2005
Ecology of Ixodes dammini-borne human babesiosis and Lyme disease
A Spielman, ML Wilson, JF Levine, J Piesman
Annual review of entomology 30 (1), 439-460, 1985
Microbial threats to health: emergence, detection, and response
CEMT to Health in the 21st Century
National Academies Press, Washington DC, 2003
Comparing the relative potential of rodents as reservoirs of the Lyme disease spirochete (Borreliaburgdorferi)
American Journal of Epidemiology 130 (1), 143-150, 1989
Mice as reservoirs of the Lyme disease spirochete
JF Levine, ML Wilson, A Spielman
The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 34 (2), 355-360, 1985
Racial and socioeconomic disparities in childhood mortality in Boston
PH Wise, M Kotelchuck, ML Wilson, M Mills
New England Journal of Medicine 313 (6), 360-366, 1985
Fruit and vegetable access differs by community racial composition and socioeconomic position in Detroit, Michigan.
SN Zenk, AJ Schulz, BA Israel, SA James, S Bao, ML Wilson
Ethnicity & disease 16 (1), 275-280, 2006
Longitudinal assessment of the clinical and epidemiological features of Lyme disease in a defined population
AC Steere, E Taylor, ML Wilson, JF Levine, A Spielman
Journal of Infectious Diseases 154 (2), 295-300, 1986
Land use change alters malaria transmission parameters by modifying temperature in a highland area of Uganda
KA Lindblade, ED Walker, AW Onapa, J Katungu, ML Wilson
Tropical Medicine & International Health 5 (4), 263-274, 2000
Incompetence of deer as reservoirs of the Lyme disease spirochete
SR Telford III, TN Mather, SI Moore, ML Wilson, A Spielman
The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 39 (1), 105-109, 1988
Reduced abundance of immature Ixodes dammini (Acari: Ixodidae) following elimination of deer
ML Wilson, SR Telford III, J Piesman, A Speilman
Journal of medical entomology 25 (4), 224-228, 1988
Correlation between Abundance of Deer and That of the Deer Tick, Ixodes dammini (Acari: Ixodidae)
ML Wilson, GH Adler, A Spielman
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 78 (2), 172-176, 1985
Highland malaria in Uganda: prospective analysis of an epidemic associated with El Niño
KA Lindblade, ED Walker, AW Onapa, J Katungu, ML Wilson
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 93 (5 …, 1999
Malaria hotspot areas in a highland Kenya site are consistent in epidemic and non-epidemic years and are associated with ecological factors
KC Ernst, SO Adoka, DO Kowuor, ML Wilson, CC John
Malaria journal 5 (1), 78, 2006
Rapid emergence of a focal epidemic of Lyme disease in coastal Massachusetts
CC Lastavica, ML Wilson, VP Berardi, A Spielman, RD Deblinger
New England Journal of Medicine 320 (3), 133-137, 1989
Epidemiology of hepatitis viruses among hepatocellular carcinoma cases and healthy people in Egypt: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
EM Lehman, ML Wilson
International journal of cancer 124 (3), 690-697, 2009
A new tick-borne encephalitis-like virus infecting New England deer ticks, Ixodes dammini.
SR Telford 3rd, PM Armstrong, P Katavolos, I Foppa, AS Garcia, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 3 (2), 165, 1997
The changing patterns of bladder cancer in Egypt over the past 26 years
AS Felix, AS Soliman, H Khaled, MS Zaghloul, M Banerjee, M El-Baradie, ...
Cancer Causes & Control 19 (4), 421-429, 2008
Demography of a habitat generalist, the white‐footed mouse, in a heterogeneous environment
GH Adler, ML Wilson
Ecology 68 (6), 1785-1796, 1987
Genetic diversity of Cryptosporidium spp. in cattle in Michigan: implications for understanding the transmission dynamics
MM Peng, ML Wilson, RE Holland, SR Meshnick, AA Lal, L Xiao
Parasitology research 90 (3), 175-180, 2003
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