ISBN : 9780198789840
Provides an up-to-date, authoritative, and challenging review of the ecology and evolution of infectious diseases, focusing on low-income countries for effective public health applications and outcomes.
1 Benjamin Roche, Thierry Baldet and Frederic Simard: Infectious diseases in low-income countries: Where are we now?
2 Frederic Pages, Dominique Maison and Michael Faulde: Current control strategies for infectious diseasesin low income countries
3 Rebecca Grais: Research in crises: overcoming obstacles and lessons for the future
Benjamin Roche, Helene Broutin and Frederic Simard: Afterword I: The burden
4 Cecile Viboud, Helene Broutin and Gerardo Chowell: Spatial-temporal transmission dynamics and control of infectious diseases: Ebola virus disease (EVD) as a case study
5 Rodolphe E. Gozlan and Marine Combe: Environmental change and pathogen transmission
6 Anne-Laure Banuls, Van Anh Thi Nguyen, Quang Huy Nguyen, Ngoc Anh Thi Nguyen, Hoang Huy Tran and Sylvain Godreuil: Antimicrobial resistance: the 70-year arms race between Humans and Bacteria
7 Jessica Lynn Webster and Marco Vignuzzi: Viral evolution and impact for public health strategies in low-income countries
Benjamin Roche, Helene Broutin and Frederic Simard: Afterword II: Fundamental knowledge
8 Matthew Ferrari: Using Disease Dynamics and Modeling to Inform Control Strategies in Low-Income Countries
9 Paul W. Ewald: Evolutionary control of infectious disease in low-income countries
10 Mathieu Nacher: Using pathogen interactions: challenges and opportunities
11 Patrick Mavingui, Claire Valiente Moro and Pablo Tortosa: Exploiting symbiotic interactions for vector/disease control
12 Heather Ferguson, Patrick Brock and Steve Torr: Host species diversity and the transmission of vector-borne disease in low income countries
Benjamin Roche, Helene Broutin and Frederic Simard: Afterword III: Tunable methods
13 Marco Pombi, David Modiano and Gilberto Corbellini: Malaria eradication in Italy: the story of a first success
14 Andres Garchitorena, Matthew H. Bonds, Jean-Francois Guegan and Benjamin Roche: Interactions between ecological and socio-economic drivers of Buruli ulcer burden in sub-Saharan Africa. Opportunities for an improved control.
15 Isabel Jones, Andrea Lund, Gilles Riveau, Nicolas Jouanard, Raphael A. Ndione, Susanne H. Sokolow and Giulio A. De Leo: Ecological control of schistosomiasis in Sub-Saharan Africa: restoration of predator-prey dynamics to reduce transmission
Benjamin Roche, Helene Broutin and Frederic Simard: Afterword IV: Case studies
16 Eve Miguel, Florence Fournet, Serge Yerbanga, Nicolas Moiroux, Franck Yao, Timothee Vergne, Bernard Cazelles, Roch K. Dabire, Frederic Simard and Benjamin Roche: Optimizing public health strategies in low-income countries: Epidemiology, ecology and evolution for the control of malaria.
17 Jan Slingenbergh, Giuliano Cecchi and Marjan Leneman: Human activities and disease transmission: the agriculture case
18 Matthew H. Bonds, Andres Garchitorena, Paul E. Farmer and Megan B. Murray: Ecology of Poverty, Disease and Health Care Delivery: Lessons for Planetary Health
19 Dominique Kerouedan: African and global health care prospects: The importance of the use of knowledge
20 Benjamin Roche, Helene Broutin and Frederic Simard, on behalf of all authors: Optimizing public health strategies in low-income countries: The challenge to apply the scientific knowledge and for which disease?
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