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The analytical team have:

  • Shown that collider bias may explain recent high-profile claims that G6PD deficiency may
  • protect against cerebral malaria directly.
  • Using causal inference theory based on directed acyclic graphs that moderate anaemia protects against mortality in patients with severe malaria.
  • Developed a new approach to the interpretation of P. vivax recurrences that combines genotyping and time to event modelling, and allocates the cause of recurrence with a high degree of confidence.
  • Modelled the pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic relationships underlying toxicity of the newly registered sleeping sickness medicine fexinidazole. This was important in contributing to EMA approval in October 2018.