Publications

Found 526 results
2016
White, A. L. et al. Accelerated Training of Skilled Birth Attendants in a Marginalized Population on the Thai-Myanmar Border: A Multiple Methods Program Evaluation. PLoS One 11, e0164363 (2016).
Kajeechiwa, L. et al. The acceptability of mass administrations of anti-malarial drugs as part of targeted malaria elimination in villages along the Thai-Myanmar border. Malar J 15, 494 (2016).
Tschirhart, N. , Nosten, F. & Foster, A. M. . Access to free or low-cost tuberculosis treatment for migrants and refugees along the Thailand-Myanmar border in Tak province, Thailand. International Journal for Equity in Health 15, 1 (2016).
McLean, A. R. et al. Antibody responses to Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax blood-stage and sporozoite antigens in the postpartum period. Sci Rep 6, 32159 (2016).
Phyo, A. Pyae et al. Antimalarial activity of artefenomel (OZ439), a novel synthetic antimalarial endoperoxide, in patients with Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax malaria: an open-label phase 2 trial. The Lancet Infectious Diseases 16, 61-69 (2016).
Zhang, R. et al. A Basis for Rapid Clearance of Circulating Ring-Stage Malaria Parasites by the Spiroindolone KAE609. J Infect Dis 213, 100-4 (2016).
Phyo, A. Pyae et al. Declining efficacy of artemisinin combination therapy against P. falciparum malaria on the Thai-Myanmar. (2016).
Carrara, V. et al. Evaluation and Acceptability of a Simplified Test of Visual Function at Birth in a Limited-Resource Setting. PloS one 11, e0157087 (2016).
Salisbury, P. et al. Family planning knowledge, attitudes and practices in refugee and migrant pregnant and post-partum women on the Thailand-Myanmar border - a mixed methods study. Reprod Health 13, 94 (2016).
Malaria, G. E. N. Plas. Genomic epidemiology of artemisinin resistant malaria. Elife 5, (2016).
Banks, T. et al. High hepatitis B seroprevalence and risk factors for infection in pregnant women on the Thailand-Myanmar Border. The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries 10, 384-388 (2016).
Stuetz, W. et al. Impact of Food Rations and Supplements on Micronutrient Status by Trimester of Pregnancy: Cross-Sectional Studies in the Maela Refugee Camp in Thailand. Nutrients 8, 66 (2016).
Parker, D. M. et al. Limitations of malaria reactive case detection in an area of low and unstable transmission on the Myanmar-Thailand border. Malar J 15, 571 (2016).
Fellmeth, G. et al. Maternal suicide risk among refugees and migrants. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics (2016).
Charnaud, S. C. et al. Maternal-foetal transfer of Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax antibodies in a low transmission setting. Sci Rep 6, 20859 (2016).
Goh, Y. Shan et al. Neutralizing Antibodies against Plasmodium falciparum Associated with Successful Cure after Drug Therapy. PloS one 11, e0159347 (2016).
Zhu, L. et al. New insights into the Plasmodium vivax transcriptome using RNA-Seq. Sci Rep 6, 20498 (2016).
Fellmeth, G. , Oo, M. M. , Lay, B. & McGready, R. . Paired suicide in a young refugee couple on the Thai-Myanmar border. BMJ Case Rep 2016, (2016).
Zhang, R. et al. Rheopathologic Consequence of Plasmodium vivax Rosette Formation. PLoS Negl Trop Dis 10, e0004912 (2016).
Landier, J. et al. The role of early detection and treatment in malaria elimination. Malar J 15, 363 (2016).
Moore, K. A. et al. Safety of artemisinins in first trimester of prospectively followed pregnancies: an observational study. Lancet Infect Dis (2016). doi:10.1016/S1473-3099(15)00547-2
Watthanaworawit, W. , Kolakowska, E. , Hanboonkunupakarn, B. , Ling, C. L. & McGready, R. . Scrub typhus infection in pregnancy: the dilemma of diagnosis and treatment in a resource‐limited setting. Clinical Case Reports 4, 584-588 (2016).
Bancone, G. et al. Single low dose primaquine (0.25 mg/kg) does not cause clinically significant haemolysis in G6PD deficient subjects. PloS one 11, e0151898 (2016).

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