Epidemiology; Population Surveillance
Ms. Yousey-Hindes's research interests fall under the umbrella of infectious disease surveillance. With a broad interest in zoonoses, her past analyses have included such topics as Lyme disease, rabies, and influenza. Most recently, her work has focused on the correlation between socioeconomic status and influenza hospitalization.
- Karman Tam, Kimberly Yousey-Hindes, James Hadler. Influenza-related hospitalization of adults associated with low census tract socioeconomic status and female sex in New Haven County, Connecticut, 2007-2011. Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses. 2013:p
- Neeta P Connally, Kimberly Yousey-Hindes, James Meek. Selection of Neighborhood Controls for a Population-Based Lyme Disease Case-Control Study by Using a Commercial Marketing Database. American Journal of Epidemiology.2013;178(2):276-279.
- Kimberly Yousey-Hindes and James Hadler. Neighborhood Socioeconomic Status and Influenza Hospitalizations Among Children: New Haven County, Connecticut, 2003-2010.American Journal of Public Health. 2011; 101(9): 1785-1789.
- Kimberly Yousey-Hindes, Alexandra Newman, Millicent Eidson, Robert Rudd, Charles Trimarchi, Bryan Cherry. Rabid Foxes, Rabid Raccoons, and the Odds of a Human Bite Exposure, New York State, 1999-2007. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 2011; 47(1): 228-232.
- Neeta Connally, Amanda Durante, Kimberly Yousey-Hindes, James Meek, Randall Nelson, and Robert Heimer. Effectiveness of peridomestic Lyme disease prevention measures: Results of a three-year case-control study in Connecticut. American Journal of Preventiv