Šumilo D,Kurinczuk JJ, Redshaw ME, Gray R. (2013), Association between limiting longstanding illness in mothers and their children: findings from the UK Millennium Cohort Study., BMJ Open, 3:e004190 doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2013-004190
Šumilo D, Kurinczuk JJ, Redshaw ME, Gray R. (2012), Prevalence and Impact of Disability in Women who had recently given Birth in the UK., BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 12:31.
Vanwambeke S., Šumilo D., Bormane A., Lambin E. & Randolph SE. (2010), Landscape predictors of tick-borne encephalitis in Latvia: land cover, land use and land ownership., Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 10 (5): 497-506.
Šumilo D.,Bormane A., Vasilenko V., Golovljova I., Asokliene L., Zygutiene M. & Randolph SE. (2009), Upsurge of tick-borne encephalitis in the Baltic States at the time of political transition, independent of changes in public health practices. Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 15(1), 75–80.
Šumilo D., Asokliene L., Avsic-Zupanc T., Bormane A., Vasilenko V., Golovljova I. & Randolph SE. (2008), Behavioural responses to perceived risk of tick-borne encephalitis: Vaccination and avoidance in the Baltics and Slovenia. Vaccine, 26 (21), 2580-2588.
Šumilo D., Bormane A., Asokliene L., Vasilenko V., Avsic-Zupanc T., Hubalek Z. & Randolph SE. (2008), Socio-economic factors in the differential upsurge of tick-borne encephalitis in Central and Eastern Europe. Reviews in Medical Virology, 18 (2), 81-95.
Randolph SE. & Šumilo D. (2007), “Tick-borne encephalitis in Europe: dynamics of changing risk”. In: Takken W. & Knols BGJ. (eds.) Emerging insect pests and vector-borne disease in Europe. Vector ecology and control. Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2007, pp. 185–206.
Šumilo D., Asokliene L., Bormane A., Vasilenko V., Golovljova I. & Randolph SE. (2007), Climate change cannot explain the upsurge of tick-borne encephalitis in the Baltics. PLoS ONE 2 (6), e500.
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