dr. M.C.J. (Martin) Bootsma

dr. M.C.J. (Martin) Bootsma

Assistant Professor
dr. M.C.J. (Martin) Bootsma
  • Julius Center, dept. Epidemiology & Health Economics

Research Programs

Infection & Immunity



Martin Bootsma obtained his master in theoretical physics (cum laude) and mathematics at the Utrecht University. He obtained his PhD on the thesis mathematical studies of the dynamics of antibiotoc resistance in 2005. Afterwards he worked at the department of infectious disease epidemiology of Imperial College London for 1 year. Now he is employed at the mathematics department of Utrecht University (40%) and the Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care of the UMCU. He is interested in mathematical and statistical methods to obtain insight in the spread of antimicrobial resistance.

Research Output (81)

The importance of sustained compliance with physical distancing during COVID-19 vaccination rollout

Teslya Alexandra, Rozhnova Ganna, Pham Thi Mui, van Wees Daphne A, Nunner Hendrik, Godijk Noortje G, Bootsma Martin, Kretzschmar Mirjam E 19 Nov 2022, In: Communications medicine. 2

Duration of rectal colonization with extended-spectrum beta-lactamase-producing Escherichia coli:results of an open, dynamic cohort study in Dutch nursing home residents (2013-2019)

Weterings Veronica, van den Bijllaardt Wouter, Bootsma Martin, Hendriks Yvonne, Kilsdonk Linda, Mulders Ans, Kluytmans Jan 15 Jul 2022, In: Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control. 11

Transmission routes of antibiotic resistant bacteria:a systematic review

Godijk Noortje G, Bootsma Martin C J, Bonten Marc J M 20 May 2022, In: BMC Infectious Diseases. 22 , p. 1-15

Routes of transmission of VIM-positive Pseudomonas aeruginosa in the adult intensive care unit-analysis of 9 years of surveillance at a university hospital using a mathematical model

Pham Thi Mui, Büchler Andrea C., Voor in ‘t holt Anne F., Severin Juliëtte A., Bootsma Martin C.J., Gommers Diederik, Kretzschmar Mirjam E., Vos Margreet C. 4 Apr 2022, In: Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control. 11

Does plasmid-based beta-lactam resistance increase E. coli infections:Modelling addition and replacement mechanisms

Godijk Noortje G, Bootsma Martin C J, van Werkhoven Henri C, Schweitzer Valentijn A, de Greeff Sabine C, Schoffelen Annelot F, Bonten Marc J M 14 Mar 2022, In: PLoS Computational Biology. 18

Effectiviteit van verschillende toepassingen van het coronatoegangsbewijs

Bootsma Martin, Kretzschmar Mirjam, Kolen Bas, Mouter Niek, de Vries Martijn 17 Jan 2022, 136 p.

Interventions to control nosocomial transmission of SARS-CoV-2:a modelling study

Pham Thi Mui, Tahir Hannan, van de Wijgert Janneke H H M, Van der Roest Bastiaan R, Ellerbroek Pauline, Bonten Marc J M, Bootsma Martin C J, Kretzschmar Mirjam E Dec 2021, In: BMC Medicine. 19 , p. 1-16

The discrete-time Kermack-McKendrick model:A versatile and computationally attractive framework for modeling epidemics

Diekmann Odo, Othmer Hans G, Planqué Robert, Bootsma Martin C J 28 Sep 2021, In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118

Derde rapport modellering SARS-CoV-2 infecties in het voortgezet onderwijs

Pham Thi Mui, Westerhof Ilse, Rozhnova Ganna, Bootsma Martin, Kretzschmar Mirjam, Bruijning-Verhagen P. 7 Sep 2021, 32 p.

Modelling the impact of preventive measures on the transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in secondary schools in the Netherlands

Pham Thi Mui, Rozhnova Ganna, Westerhof Ilse, Bootsma Martin, Kretzschmar Mirjam, Bruijning-Verhagen P. 13 Aug 2021,

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