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Michael Batz
Michael Batz
Operations Research Analyst
Verified email at fda.hhs.gov
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Annual cost of illness and quality-adjusted life year losses in the United States due to 14 foodborne pathogens
S Hoffmann, MB Batz, JG Morris Jr
Journal of food protection 75 (7), 1292-1302, 2012
7432012
Ranking the disease burden of 14 pathogens in food sources in the United States using attribution data from outbreak investigations and expert elicitation
MB Batz, S Hoffmann, JG Morris Jr
Journal of food protection 75 (7), 1278-1291, 2012
6172012
Economic burden of major foodborne illnesses acquired in the United States
SA Hoffmann, B Maculloch, M Batz
United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, 2015
2652015
Ranking the risks: the 10 pathogen-food combinations with the greatest burden on public health
JG Morris Jr, S Hoffmann, B Batz
Emerging Pathogens Institute at University of Florida, 2011
2622011
Attributing illness to food
MB Batz, MP Doyle, JG Morris Jr, J Painter, R Singh, RV Tauxe, ...
Emerging Infectious Diseases 11 (7), 993, 2005
2472005
Disease-outcome trees, EQ-5D scores, and estimated annual losses of quality-adjusted life years (QALYs) for 14 foodborne pathogens in the United States
M Batz, S Hoffmann, JG Morris Jr
Foodborne pathogens and disease 11 (5), 395-402, 2014
1142014
Have foodborne parasites finally become a global concern?
LJ Robertson, JWB van der Giessen, MB Batz, M Kojima, S Cahill
Trends in Parasitology 29 (3), 101-103, 2013
1102013
The benefits and costs of informal sector pollution control: Mexican brick kilns
A Blackman, JS Shih, D Evans, M Batz, S Newbold, J Cook
Environment and Development Economics 11 (5), 603-627, 2006
952006
Not a sure thing: Making regulatory choices under uncertainty
A Krupnick, R Morgenstern, M Batz, P Nelson, D Burtraw, JS Shih, ...
Resources for the Future, 2006
902006
Long-term consequences of foodborne infections
MB Batz, E Henke, B Kowalcyk
Infectious Disease Clinics 27 (3), 599-616, 2013
742013
Economic burden of major foodborne illnesses acquired in the United States
S Hoffman, B Maculloch, M Batz
722015
Integrated approaches for the public health prioritization of foodborne and zoonotic pathogens
MJJ Mangen, MB Batz, A Käsbohrer, T Hald, JG Morris Jr, M Taylor, ...
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 30 (5), 782-797, 2010
712010
Patterns of multi-agent land conservation: crowding in/out, agglomeration, and policy
HJ Albers, AW Ando, M Batz
Resource and Energy Economics 30 (4), 492-508, 2008
692008
Superfund's future: What will it cost
K Probst
Routledge, 2010
662010
Identifying the most significant microbiological foodborne hazards to public health: a new risk ranking model
MB Batz, SA Hoffmann, AJ Krupnick, JG Morris, DM Sherman, MR Taylor, ...
Food Safety Research Consortium Discussion Paper Series, 2004
562004
Foodborne illness outbreaks reported to national surveillance, United States, 2009–2018
AE White, AR Tillman, C Hedberg, BB Bruce, M Batz, SA Seys, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 28 (6), 1117, 2022
382022
Chronic gastrointestinal and joint-related sequelae associated with common foodborne illnesses: a scoping review
K Pogreba-Brown, E Austhof, A Armstrong, K Schaefer, L Villa Zapata, ...
Foodborne Pathogens and Disease 17 (2), 67-86, 2020
352020
Cost-effective NOx control in the eastern United States
AJ Krupnick, VD McConnell, M Cannon, T Stoessell, MB Batz
312000
Regional patterns of US household carbon emissions
W Pizer, JN Sanchirico, M Batz
Climatic change 99, 47-63, 2010
292010
Maquiladoras, air pollution, and human health in Ciudad Juárez and El Paso
A Blackman, MB Batz, DA Evans
242004
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