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London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Malaria Centre

Epidemiology

 
 

In order to improve malaria control it is important to strengthen the quality of information at individual and population levels, and to be able to react appropriately to that information.

With renewed interest in high-level control and in the potential for local elimination of malaria, it has become even more important to understand the disease burden, how it is changing, and to detect epidemics of malaria at the earliest possible stage. New epidemiological tools are being developed and tested by members of the Malaria Centre, who are involved in studies of the epidemiology of malaria in Africa, South Asia, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

The HPA Malaria Reference Laboratory responsible for UK surveillance of malaria is also sited within the Malaria Centre, and members of the Malaria Centre are investigating malaria in migrant groups in the UK.

Read more about our work in epidemiology.

Read more about specific epidemiology projects.

See a list of members working on epidemiology.

Members

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Simon Brooker
Reader in Tropical Epidemiology & Disease Control
Micheal Brown
Senior Lecturer in Infectious Diseases & Tropical Med.
Jane Bruce
Research Fellow
Matthew Cairns
Research Fellow in Epidemiology
Ilona Carneiro
Lecturer in Infectious Disease Epidemiology
 
David Schellenberg
 

David Schellenberg

Malaria Centre Head of Epidemiology

Professor of Malaria & International Health

Tel:
+44 (0)207 927 2935
Fax:
+44 (0)207 927 2918