Valentina Marziano
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The early phase of the COVID-19 outbreak in Lombardy, Italy
D Cereda, M Tirani, F Rovida, V Demicheli, M Ajelli, P Poletti, F Trentini, ...
Arxiv, 2020
193*2020
Epidemiological characteristics of COVID-19 cases and estimates of the reproductive numbers 1 month into the epidemic, Italy, 28 January to 31 March 2020
F Riccardo, M Ajelli, XD Andrianou, A Bella, M Del Manso, M Fabiani, ...
Eurosurveillance 25 (49), 2000790, 2020
79*2020
Probability of symptoms and critical disease after SARS-CoV-2 infection
P Poletti, M Tirani, D Cereda, F Trentini, G Guzzetta, G Sabatino, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2006.08471, 2020
552020
Impact of a Nationwide Lockdown on SARS-CoV-2 Transmissibility, Italy
G Guzzetta, F Riccardo, V Marziano, P Poletti, F Trentini, A Bella, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 27 (1), 267, 2020
45*2020
Potential short-term outcome of an uncontrolled COVID-19 epidemic in Lombardy, Italy, February to March 2020
G Guzzetta, P Poletti, M Ajelli, F Trentini, V Marziano, D Cereda, M Tirani, ...
Eurosurveillance 25 (12), 2000293, 2020
432020
Age-specific SARS-CoV-2 infection fatality ratio and associated risk factors, Italy, February to April 2020
P Poletti, M Tirani, D Cereda, F Trentini, G Guzzetta, V Marziano, S Buoro, ...
Eurosurveillance 25 (31), 2001383, 2020
40*2020
The impact of demographic changes on the epidemiology of herpes zoster: Spain as a case study
V Marziano, P Poletti, G Guzzetta, M Ajelli, P Manfredi, S Merler
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1804), 20142509, 2015
322015
The impact of demographic changes, exogenous boosting and new vaccination policies on varicella and herpes zoster in Italy: a modelling and cost-effectiveness study
A Melegaro, V Marziano, E Del Fava, P Poletti, M Tirani, C Rizzo, S Merler
BMC medicine 16 (1), 117, 2018
172018
The relationship between human mobility and viral transmissibility during the COVID-19 epidemics in Italy
P Cintia, D Fadda, F Giannotti, L Pappalardo, G Rossetti, D Pedreschi, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2006.03141, 2020
132020
Detecting a surprisingly low transmission distance in the early phase of the 2009 influenza pandemic
V Marziano, A Pugliese, S Merler, M Ajelli
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-9, 2017
52017
Modeling the impact of changes in day-care contact patterns on the dynamics of varicella transmission in France between 1991 and 2015
V Marziano, P Poletti, G Béraud, PY Boëlle, S Merler, V Colizza
PLoS computational biology 14 (8), e1006334, 2018
32018
Healthcare strain and intensive care during the COVID-19 outbreak in the Lombardy region: a retrospective observational study on 43,538 hospitalized patients
F Trentini, V Marziano, G Guzzetta, M Tirani, D Cereda, P Poletti, ...
medRxiv, 2020
22020
Parental vaccination to reduce measles immunity gaps in Italy
V Marziano, P Poletti, F Trentini, A Melegaro, M Ajelli, S Merler
Elife 8, e44942, 2019
22019
Retrospective analysis of the Italian exit strategy from COVID-19 lockdown
V Marziano, G Guzzetta, BM Rondinone, F Boccuni, F Riccardo, A Bella, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (4), 2021
2021
Demography, social contact patterns and the COVID-19 burden in different settings of Ethiopia: a modeling study
F Trentini, G Guzzetta, M Galli, A Zardini, F Manenti, G Putoto, V Marziano, ...
medRxiv, 2020
2020
Parental and Mandatory School Entry Vaccination to Reduce Measles Immunity Gaps in Italy: A Modelling Study
V Marziano, F Trentini, P Poletti, M Ajelli, A Melegaro, S Merler
Available at SSRN 3299138, 2018
2018
Mathematical modeling for epidemiological inference and public health support
V Marziano
University of Trento, 2017
2017
Strong impact of demographic changes on Varicella and Herpes Zoster
V Marziano, G Guzzetta, P Poletti, M Ajelli, S Merler
2013
Effectiveness of regional restrictions in reducing SARS-CoV-2 transmission during the second wave of COVID-19, Italy.
M Manica, G Guzzetta, F Riccardo, A Valenti, P Poletti, V Marziano, ...
medRxiv, 2021.01. 10.21249532, 0
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