Discontinuities and Vector-Borne Diseases in Urban Areas
Vector-borne diseases (dengue, Zika, chikungunya) are an important public health issue. Understanding their transmission dynamics remains a major challenge at the sub-urban level. Indeed, environmental heterogeneities, variations in vector densities and daily mobility hinder […]
Pasteur International Center for Research on Emerging Infectious Diseases
We established an Emerging Infectious Disease Research Center in Southeast Asia and West/Central Africa with an inter-continental one-health approach designed to improve the capacity to respond rapidly and effectively to outbreaks. We built on […]
DENCLIM – Effects of climate change and variability on community vulnerability and exposure to dengue in South East Asia. Research Council of Norway. (2018-2021).
Collaborative project: Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Khon Kaen University Thailand, Asian Institute of Technology Thailand, University of Health Sciences, Laos, Baldwin Wallace University, US, Institute Pasteur Paris France, University of Umeå, Sweden. Budget […]
ECOnomic development, ECOsystem Modifications, and emerging infectious diseases Risk Evaluation (ECOMORE 2).
The ECOMORE 2 Project, funded by Agence Française de Dévéloppement, aims to guide economic development initiatives in 5 countries belonging to the Southeast Asia region (Cambodia, Vietnam, Lao PDR, Myanmar and the Philippines), in […]
DENFREE consortium – Dengue Framework for Resisting Epidemics in Europe
The main objective of the programme is to focus on finding key factors determining dengue transmission and dynamics in order to develop new tools and strategies for controlling dengue transmission. We will estimate the […]
LeiSHield – A new collaborative action to determine prevalence, anticipate emergence and assess urbanization of cutaneous and visceral leishmaniasis in LeishRIIP partner countries
Protozoan parasites of the genus Leishmania generate severe human diseases termed Leishmaniases. Due to their frequency and the severity of certain clinical forms, these diseases represent a major public health problem and limit the […]
2022Association between growth of the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic and increased coughing rate in cold temperatures: surveillance in Hokkaido, Japan., BMJ Open 2022 Mar; 12(3): e051534.
2022Assessing Entomological and Epidemiological Efficacy of Pyriproxyfen-Treated Ovitraps in the Reduction of Aedes Species: A Quasi-Experiment on Dengue Infection Using Saliva Samples., Int J Environ Res Public Health 2022 Mar; 19(5): .
2022[To stick or not to stick: A Plasmodium falciparum adaptive strategy to persist during the dry season]., Med Sci (Paris) 2022 01; 38(1): 9-12.
2021Mapping the spatial distribution of the dengue vector Aedes aegypti and predicting its abundance in northeastern Thailand using machine-learning approach., One Health 2021 Dec; 13(): 100358.
2021“We Tried to Borrow Money, but No One Helped.” Assessing the Three-Delay Model Factors Affecting the Healthcare Service Delivery among Dengue Patients during COVID-19 Surge in a Public Tertiary Hospital: A Convergent Parallel Mixed Methods Study., Int J Environ Res Public Health 2021 Nov; 18(22): .
2021Experimental Infection of Ticks: An Essential Tool for the Analysis of Babesia Species Biology and Transmission., Pathogens 2021 Oct; 10(11): .
2021Development and Comparison of Dengue Vulnerability Indices Using GIS-Based Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis in Lao PDR and Thailand., Int J Environ Res Public Health 2021 Sep; 18(17): .
2021Taking globally consistent health impact projections to the next level., Lancet Planet Health 2021 07; 5(7): e487-e493.
2021Ecological, Social, and Other Environmental Determinants of Dengue Vector Abundance in Urban and Rural Areas of Northeastern Thailand., Int J Environ Res Public Health 2021 06; 18(11): .
2021Challenges to Mitigating the Urban Health Burden of Mosquito-Borne Diseases in the Face of Climate Change., Int J Environ Res Public Health 2021 May; 18(9): .
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