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Sah P and Bansal S. Inferring networks of infectious disease spread. GitHub

Sah P, Méndez JD and Bansal S. Disease implications of animal social organization and network structure - a quantitative analysis. bioarxiv

Méndez JD, Sah P and Bansal S. ASNR: A repository of animal social networks. GitHub


Sah P, Leu ST, Cross PC, Hudson PJ and Bansal S. (2017). Unraveling the disease consequences and mechanisms of modular structure in animal social networks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1613616114. pdf


Aiello CM, Nussear KE, Esque TC, Emblidge PG, Sah P, Bansal S and Hudson PJ. (2016). Host contact and shedding patterns clarify variation in pathogen exposure and transmission in threatened tortoise Gopherus agassizii: implications for disease modelling and management. Journal of Animal Ecology, 85(3), 829-842. pdf

Sah P, Nussear KE, Esque TC, Aiello CM, Hudson PJ and Bansal S. (2016). Inferring social structure and its drivers from refuge use in the desert tortoise, a relatively solitary species. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 70(8), 1277-1289.pdf


Sah P, Singh LO, Clauset A and Bansal S. (2014). Exploring community structure in biological networks with random graphs. BMC bioinformatics, 15(1), 220. GitHub pdf

Aiello CM, Nussear KE, Walde AD, Esque TC, Emblidge PG, Sah P, Bansal S and Hudson PJ. (2014). Disease dynamics during wildlife translocations: disruptions to the host population and potential consequences for transmission in desert tortoise contact networks. Animal Conservation, 17(S1), 27-39. pdf

Sah P and Dey S. Stabilizing spatially-structured populations through adaptive limiter control. PloS one, 9(8), e105861. pdf


Sah P, Salve JP, & Dey S. (2013). Stabilizing biological populations and metapopulations through Adaptive Limiter Control. Journal of theoretical biology, 320, 113-123. pdf