Items where contributor is "Chitnis, Nakul"
2019Laager, Mirjam and Léchenne, Monique and Naissengar, Kemdongarti and Mindekem, Rolande and Oussiguere, Assandi and Zinsstag, Jakob and Chitnis, Nakul. (2019) A metapopulation model of dog rabies transmission in N'Djamena, Chad. Journal of theoretical biology, 462. pp. 408-417. Mbilo, C. and Léchenne, M. and Mauti, S. and Chitnis, N. and Tschopp, R. and Zinsstag, J.. (2019) Rabies in dogs, livestock and wildlife : a veterinary perspective. Revue scientifique et technique, 37 (2). pp. 331-340. 2018Bürli, Christine and Harbrecht, Helmut and Odermatt, Peter and Sayasone, Somphou and Chitnis, Nakul. (2018) Mathematical analysis of the transmission dynamics of the liver fluke, Opisthorchis viverrini. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 439. pp. 181-194. Informal Expert Group on Gambiense HAT Reservoirs, and Büscher, Philippe and Bart, Jean-Mathieu and Boelaert, Marleen and Bucheton, Bruno and Cecchi, Giuliano and Chitnis, Nakul and Courtin, David and Figueiredo, Luisa M. and Franco, José-Ramon and Grébaut, Pascal and Hasker, Epco and Ilboudo, Hamidou and Jamonneau, Vincent and Koffi, Mathurin and Lejon, Veerle and MacLeod, Annette and Masumu, Justin and Matovu, Enock and Mattioli, Raffaele and Noyes, Harry and Picado, Albert and Rock, Kat S. and Rotureau, Brice and Simo, Gustave and Thévenon, Sophie and Trindade, Sandra and Truc, Philippe and Van Reet, Nick. (2018) Do cryptic reservoirs threaten gambiense-sleeping sickness elimination? Trends in Parasitology, 34 (3). pp. 197-207. Buonomo, B. and Chitnis, N. and D'Onofrio, A.. (2018) Preface to the special issue on “Demographic and temporal heterogeneities in infectious disease epidemiology”. Ricerche di matematica, 67 (1). pp. 3-6. Rock, Kat S. and Ndeffo-Mbah, Martial L. and Castaño, Soledad and Palmer, Cody and Pandey, Abhishek and Atkins, Katherine E. and Ndung'u, Joseph M. and Hollingsworth, T. Déirdre and Galvani, Alison and Bever, Caitlin and Chitnis, Nakul and Keeling, Matt J.. (2018) Assessing strategies against gambiense sleeping sickness through mathematical modeling. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 66 (Suppl 4). S286-S292. Chitnis, Nakul and Schapira, Allan and Schindler, Christian and Penny, Melissa A. and Smith, Thomas A.. (2018) Mathematical analysis to prioritise strategies for malaria elimination. Journal of theoretical biology, 455. pp. 118-130. Bürli, Christine and Harbrecht, Helmut and Odermatt, Peter and Sayasone, Somphou and Chitnis, Nakul. (2018) Analysis of interventions against the liver fluke, Opisthorchis viverrini. Mathematical biosciences : an international journal, 303. pp. 115-125. Laager, Mirjam and Mbilo, Céline and Madaye, Enos Abdelaziz and Naminou, Abakar and Léchenne, Monique and Tschopp, Aurélie and Naïssengar, Service Kemdongarti and Smieszek, Timo and Zinsstag, Jakob and Chitnis, Nakul. (2018) The importance of dog population contact network structures in rabies transmission. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 12 (8). e0006680. Barbosa, Susana and Kay, Katherine and Chitnis, Nakul and Hastings, Ian M.. (2018) Modelling the impact of insecticide-based control interventions on the evolution of insecticide resistance and disease transmission. Parasites and Vectors, 11. p. 482. Buonomo, B. and Chitnis, N. and D'Onofrio, A.. (2018) Seasonality in epidemic models : a literature review. Ricerche di matematica, 67. pp. 7-25. Buonomo, B. and Chitnis, N. and D'Onofrio, A.. (2018) Time heterogeneous programs of vaccination awareness : modeling and analysis. Ricerche di matematica, 67 (1). pp. 205-225. 2017Abakar, Mahamat Fayiz and Yahyaoui Azami, Hind and Justus Bless, Philipp and Crump, Lisa and Lohmann, Petra and Laager, Mirjam and Chitnis, Nakul and Zinsstag, Jakob. (2017) Transmission dynamics and elimination potential of zoonotic tuberculosis in morocco. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 11 (2). e0005214. Smith, T. and Chitnis, N. and Penny, M.. (2017) Predictive malaria epidemiology : modeling malaria infection dynamics and impact of control interventions. In: Encyclopedia of malaria. New York, pp. 1-10. Smith, Thomas A. and Chitnis, Nakul and Penny, Melissa and Tanner, Marcel. (2017) Malaria modeling in the era of eradication. Cold Spring Harbor perspectives in medicine, 7 (4). a025460. Brady, Oliver J. and Slater, Hannah C. and Pemberton-Ross, Peter James and Wenger, Edward and Maude, Richard J. and Ghani, Azra C. and Penny, Melissa A. and Gerardin, Jaline and White, Lisa J. and Chitnis, Nakul and Aguas, Ricardo and Hay, Simon I. and Smith, David L. and Stuckey, Erin M. and Okiro, Emelda A and Smith, Thomas A. and Okell, Lucy C.. (2017) Role of mass drug administration in elimination of Plasmodium falciparum malaria: a consensus modelling study. Lancet Glob Health, 5 (7). e680-e687. Hella, Jerry and Morrow, Carl and Mhimbira, Francis and Ginsberg, Samuel and Chitnis, Nakul and Gagneux, Sebastien and Mutayoba, Beatrice and Wood, Robin and Fenner, Lukas. (2017) Tuberculosis transmission in public locations in Tanzania: A novel approach to studying airborne disease transmission. Journal of Infection, 75 (3). pp. 191-197. Brady, O. J. and Slater, H. C. and Pemberton-Ross, P. and Wenger, E. and Maude, R. J. and Ghani, A. C. and Penny, M. A. and Gerardin, J. and White, L. J. and Chitnis, N. and Aguas, R. and Hay, S. I. and Smith, D. L. and Stuckey, E. M. and Smith, T. A. and Okell, L. C.. (2017) Model citizen – Authors' reply. Lancet. Global health, 5 (10). e974. Ross, P. P. and Chitnis, N. and Pothin, E. and Smith, T. A.. (2017) A stochastic model for the probability of malaria extinction b mass drug administration. Malaria journal, 16. p. 376. Kiware, Samson S. and Chitnis, Nakul and Tatarsky, Allison and Wu, Sean and Castellanos, Héctor Manuel Sánchez and Gosling, Roly and Smith, David and Marshall, John M.. (2017) Attacking the mosquito on multiple fronts: insights from the vector control optimization model (VCOM) for malaria elimination. PLoS ONE, 12 (12). e0187680. Yukich, Joshua O. and Chitnis, Nakul. (2017) Modelling the implications of stopping vector control for malaria control and elimination. Malaria Journal, 16. p. 411. Yukich, Joshua and Bennett, Adam and Yukich, Rudy and Stuck, Logan and Hamainza, Busiku and Silumbe, Kafula and Smith, Tom and Chitnis, Nakul and Steketee, Richard W. and Finn, Timothy and Eisele, Thomas P. and Miller, John M.. (2017) Estimation of malaria parasite reservoir coverage using reactive case detection and active community fever screening from census data with rapid diagnostic tests in southern Zambia: a re-sampling approach. Malaria journal, 16. p. 317. Zinsstag, Jakob and Lechenne, Monique and Laager, Mirjam and Mindekem, Rolande and Naïssengar, Service and Oussiguéré, Assandi and Bidjeh, Kebkiba and Rives, Germain and Tessier, Julie and Madjaninan, Seraphin and Ouagal, Mahamat and Moto, Daugla D. and Alfaroukh, Idriss O. and Muthiani, Yvonne and Traoré, Abdallah and Hattendorf, Jan and Lepelletier, Anthony and Kergoat, Lauriane and Bourhy, Hervé and Dacheux, Laurent and Stadler, Tanja and Chitnis, Nakul. (2017) Vaccination of dogs in an African city interrupts rabies transmission and reduces human exposure. Science Translational Medicine, 9 (421). eaaf6984. Abboubakar, H. and Buonomo, B. and Chitnis, N.. (2017) Erratum to: modelling the effects of malaria infection on mosquito biting behaviour and attractiveness of humans. Ricerche di matematica, 66 (2). p. 647. 2016Stuckey, Erin M. and Miller, John M. and Littrell, Megan and Chitnis, Nakul and Steketee, Rick. (2016) Operational strategies of anti-malarial drug campaigns for malaria elimination in Zambia's southern province: a simulation study. Malaria journal, 15 (1). p. 148. Stone, C. and Chitnis, N. and Gross, K.. (2016) Environment influences on mosquito foraging and inegrated vector management can delay the evolution of behavioral resistance. Evolutionary applications, 9 (3). pp. 502-517. Stone, C. M. and Kastner, R. and Steinmann, P. and Chitnis, N. and Tanner, M. and Tediosi, F.. (2016) Modelling the health impact and cost-effectiveness of lymphatic filariasis eradication under varying levels of mass drug administration scale-up and geographic coverage. BMJ Global Health, 1. e000021. Abboubakar, H. and Buonomo, B. and Chitnis, N.. (2016) Modelling the effects of malaria infection on mosquito biting behaviour and attractiveness of humans. Ricerche di matematica, 65. pp. 329-346. Charlwood, J. D. and Nenhep, S. and Sovannaroth, S. and Morgan, J. C. and Hemingway, J. and Chitnis, N. and Briet, O. T. J.. (2016) 'Nature or nurture': survival rate oviposition interval, and possible gonotrophic discordance among South East Asian anophelines. Malaria Journal, 15 (1). p. 356. 2015Zinsstag, J. and Fuhrimann, S. and Hattendorf, J. and Chitnis, N.. (2015) Animal-human transmission. In: One health : the theory and practice of integrated health approaches. Wallingford, pp. 122-133. Rock, Kat S. and Stone, Chris M. and Hastings, Ian M. and Keeling, Matt J. and Torr, Steve J. and Chitnis, Nakul. (2015) Mathematical models of human African trypanosomiasis epidemiology. Advances in parasitology, Vol. 87. pp. 53-133. Stone, Chris M. and Chitnis, Nakul. (2015) Implications of heterogeneous biting exposure and animal hosts on Trypanosomiasis brucei gambiense transmission and control. PLoS Computational Biology, 11 (10). e1004514. Okell, L. and Slater, H. and Ghani, A. and Pemberton-Ross, P. and Smith, T. A. and Chitnis, N. and Penny, M. A. and Wenger, E. and Garardin, J. and Maude, R. and Aguas, R. and White, L. and Brady, O. and Hay, S. and Okiro, E. and Kern, S.. (2015) Consensus modelling evidence to support the design of mass drug administration programmes. Malaria Policy Advisory Committee meeting, 16-18 September 2015, Geneva Switzerland, Background document for Session 1. Geneva. 2014Lutambi, Angelina Mageni and Chitnis, Nakul and Briët, Olivier J. T. and Smith, Thomas A. and Penny, Melissa A.. (2014) Clustering of vector control interventions has important consequences for their effectiveness : a modelling study. PLoS ONE, Vol. 9, H. 5 , e97065. Killeen, Gerry F. and Chitnis, Nakul. (2014) Potential causes and consequences of behavioural resilience and resistance in malaria vector populations : a mathematical modelling analysis. Malaria journal, Vol. 13 , 97. Killeen, Gerry F. and Seyoum, Aklilu and Gimnig, John E. and Stevenson, Jennifer C. and Drakeley, Christopher J. and Chitnis, Nakul. (2014) Made-to-measure malaria vector control strategies : rational design based on insecticide properties and coverage of blood resources for mosquitoes. Malaria journal, Vol. 13 , 146. Killeen, Gerry F. and Kiware, Samson S. and Seyoum, Aklilu and Gimnig, John E. and Corliss, George F. and Stevenson, Jennifer and Drakeley, Christopher J. and Chitnis, Nakul. (2014) Comparative assessment of diverse strategies for malaria vector population control based on measured rates at which mosquitoes utilize targeted resource subsets. Malaria journal, Vol. 13 , 338. Stuckey, Erin M. and Smith, Thomas and Chitnis, Nakul. (2014) Seasonally dependent relationships between indicators of malaria transmission and disease provided by mathematical model simulations. PLoS Computational Biology, Vol. 10, H. 9 , e1003812. Schärrer, Sara and Presi, Patrick and Hattendorf, Jan and Chitnis, Nakul and Reist, Martin and Zinsstag, Jakob. (2014) Demographic model of the swiss cattle population for the years 2009-2011 stratified by gender, age and production type. PLoS ONE, Vol. 9, H. 10 , e109329. Stuckey, Erin M. and Stevenson, Jennifer and Galactionova, Katya and Baidjoe, Amrish Y. and Bousema, Teun and Odongo, Wycliffe and Kariuki, Simon and Drakeley, Chris and Smith, Thomas A. and Cox, Jonathan and Chitnis, Nakul. (2014) Modeling the cost effectiveness of malaria control interventions in the highlands of western Kenya. PLoS ONE, Vol. 9, H. 10 , e107700. Charlwood, J. D. and Phala, N. and Sovannaroth, S. and Morgan, J. and Hemingway, J. and Chitnis, N. and Briët, O. J.. (2014) Oviposition interval and genotrophic concordance in Southeast Asian anophelines. PeerJ PrePrints, Vol. 2 , e582vi. Stone, Christopher M. and Lindsay, Steve W. and Chitnis, Nakul. (2014) How effective is integrated vector management against malaria and lymphatic filariasis where the diseases are transmitted by the same vector? PLoS neglected tropical diseases, Vol. 8, H. 12 , e3393. 2013Chitnis, Nakul and Hyman, James M. and Manore, Carrie A.. (2013) Modelling vertical transmission in vector-borne diseases with applications to Rift Valley fever. Journal of biological dynamics, Vol. 7, H. 1. pp. 11-40. Briët, Olivier Jt and Penny, Melissa A. and Hardy, Diggory and Awolola, Taiwo S. and Van Bortel, Wim and Corbel, Vincent and Dabiré, Roch K. and Etang, Josiane and Koudou, Benjamin G. and Tungu, Patrick K. and Chitnis, Nakul. (2013) Effects of pyrethroid resistance on the cost effectiveness of a mass distribution of long-lasting insecticidal nets : a modelling study. Malaria journal, Vol. 12 , 77. Briët, Olivier Jt and Chitnis, Nakul. (2013) Effects of changing mosquito host searching behaviour on the cost effectiveness of a mass distribution of long-lasting, insecticidal nets : a modelling study. Malaria journal, Vol. 12 , 215. Gatton, Michelle L. and Chitnis, Nakul and Churcher, Thomas and Donnelly, Martin J. and Ghani, Azra C. and Godfray, H. Charles J. and Gould, Fred and Hastings, Ian and Marshall, John and Ranson, Hilary and Rowland, Mark and Shaman, Jeff and Lindsay, Steve W.. (2013) The importance of mosquito behavioural adaptations to malaria control in Africa. Evolution : international journal of organic evolution, Vol. 67, no.4. pp. 1218-1230. Crowell, V. and Briët, O. J. and Hardy, D. and Chitnis, N. and Maire, N. and Di, Pasquale and Smith, T. A.. (2013) Modelling the cost-effectiveness of mass screening and treatment for reducing Plasmodium falciparum malaria burden. Malaria Journal, Vol. 12 , 4. Lutambi, A. M. and Penny, M. A. and Smith, T. and Chitnis, N.. (2013) Mathematical modelling of mosquito dispersal in a heterogeneous environment. Mathematical biosciences : an international journal, Vol. 241, H. 2. pp. 198-216. Shabb, D. and Chitnis, N. and Baljinnyam, Z. and Saagii, S. and Zinsstag, J.. (2013) A mathematical model of the dynamics of mongolian livestock populations. Livestock science, Vol. 157, H. 1. pp. 280-288. Del Valle, Sara Y. and Hyman, J. M. and Chitnis, Nakul. (2013) Mathematical models of contact patterns between age groups for predicting the spread of infectious diseases. Mathematical biosciences and engineering, Vol. 10, H. 5-6. pp. 1475-1497. Stuckey, Erin M. and Smith, Thomas A. and Chitnis, Nakul. (2013) Estimating malaria transmission through mathematical models. Trends in parasitology, Vol. 29, H. 10. pp. 477-482. Racloz, V. and Schelling, E. and Chitnis, N. and Roth, F. and Zinsstag, J.. (2013) Persistence of brucellosis in pastoral systems. Revue scientifique et technique, Vol. 32, no. 1. pp. 61-70. 2012Chitnis, N. and Smith, T. A.. (2012) Mathematical illiteracy impedes progress in biology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 109, H. 45 , E3055. Kiware, S. S. and Chitnis, N. and Devine, G. J. and Moore, S. J. and Majambere, S. and Killeen, G. F.. (2012) Biologically meaningful coverage indicators for eliminating malaria transmission. Biology letters, Vol. 8, no. 5. pp. 874-877. Kiware, S. S. and Chitnis, N. and Moore, S. J. and Devine, G. J. and Majambere, S. and Merrill, S. and Killeen, G. F.. (2012) Simplified models of vector control impact upon malaria transmission by zoophagic mosquitoes. PLoS ONE, Vol. 7, H. 5 , e37661. Chitnis, N. and Hardy, D. and Smith, T.. (2012) A periodically-forced mathematical model for the seasonal dynamics of malaria in mosquitoes. Bulletin of mathematical biology, Vol. 74, H. 5. pp. 1098-1124. Briët, O. J. T. and Smith, T. A. and Chitnis, N.. (2012) Measurement of overall insecticidal effects in experimental hut trials. Parasites and Vectors, 5 (256). Crowell, V. and Hardy, D. and Briët, O. and Chitnis, N. and Maire, N. and Smith, T.. (2012) Can we depend on case management to prevent re-establishment of P. falciparum malaria, after local interruption of transmission? Epidemics : the journal of infectious disease dynamics, Vol. 4, H. 1. pp. 1-8. Stuckey, E. M. and Stevenson, J. C. and Cooke, M. K. and Owaga, C. and Marube, E. and Oando, G. and Hardy, D. and Drakeley, C. and Smith, T. A. and Cox, J. and Chitnis, N.. (2012) Simulation of malaria epidemiology and control in the highlands of western Kenya. Malaria journal, Vol. 11 , 356. Smith, T. and Ross, A. and Maire, N. and Chitnis, N. and Studer, A. and Hardy, D. and Brooks, A. and Penny, M. and Tanner, M.. (2012) Ensemble modeling of the likely public health impact of a pre-erythrocytic malaria vaccine. PLoS medicine, Vol. 9, H.1 , e1001157. 2011Killeen, G. F. and Chitnis, N. and Moore, S. J. and Okumu, F. O.. (2011) Target product profile choices for intra-domiciliary malaria vector control pesticide products : repel or kill? Malaria journal, Vol. 10 , 207. Bretscher, M. T. and Maire, N. and Chitnis, N. and Felger, I. and Owusu-Agyei S., and Smith, T.. (2011) The distribution of Plasmodium falciparum infection durations. Epidemics : the journal of infectious disease dynamics, Vol. 3, H. 2. pp. 109-118. Smith, T. A. and Chitnis, N. and Briët, O. J. and Tanner, M.. (2011) Uses of mosquito-stage transmission-blocking vaccines against Plasmodium falciparum. Trends in parasitology, 27 (5). pp. 190-196. 2010Okumu, F. O. and Govella, N. J. and Moore, S. J. and Chitnis, N. and Killeen, G. F.. (2010) Potential benefits, limitations and target product-profiles of odor-baited mosquito traps for malaria control in Africa. PLoS ONE, Vol. 5, H. 7 , e11573. Chitnis, Nakul and Schapira, Allan and Smith, David L. and Hay, Simon and Smith, Thomas and Steketee, Richard. (2010) Mathematical modelling to support malaria control and elimination. Progress & Impact Series, no. 5. Geneva. Chitnis, N. and Schapira, A. and Smith, D. L. and Smith, T. and Hay, S. I. and Steketee, R.. (2010) Modélisation mathématique pour le contrôle et l'élimination du paludisme. Collection progrès et impact, Nr. 5. Genève. Chitnis, N. and Schapira, A. and Smith, T. and Steketee, R.. (2010) Comparing the effectiveness of Malaria vector-control interventions through a mathematical model. 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