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  • Developed a standardized travel survey tool for quantifying population movement in people with malaria. This is now being implemented in a range of collaborative studies across Bangladesh, India, the Greater Mekong Subregion and Kenya.
  • Completed analysis of over 7,000 travel surveys from people with malaria.
  • Developed an End-to-End data pipeline and interactive online application for Ministries of Health to explore pre-publication research data generated by MORU epidemiological field studies on travel and malaria.
  • Completed analysis of demographic and travel data from 2090 people with malaria in Bangladesh and shared results and produced policy recommendations with the Bangladesh government.
  • With collaborators from Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, developed new methods to combine travel survey, cell phone and genetic data to predict sources and sinks of malaria.
  • Completed enrolment of 660 people in northeast Thailand in a case-control study of malaria risk.
  • Completed a large case-control study of malaria risk with 2000 participants in partnership with the National Malaria Control Programme, NAMRU2 and Vysnova in Viet Nam.
  • Supported the roll-out of smartphone-based reporting of malaria across Cambodia.
  • Provided support to the GenReMekong malaria genetics project which has collected over 9,000 dried blood spots for genetic analysis.
  • Ongoing analyses and mapping of routine malaria incidence data in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Thailand and dengue in Myanmar and Thailand in partnership with the Ministries of Health (MOHs).
  • Produced the first commune and village-level maps of malaria in Cambodia.
  • Produced a malaria outbreak detection tool which has been incorporated into the Cambodian government Malaria Information System.
  • Developed analytical methods for malaria stratification for the Cambodian government.
  • Epidemiological analyses of the malaria situation in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) for the Asia-Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance and the previous regional Global Fund (GF) application for malaria elimination.
  • The Epidemiology team are running a series of training workshops for National Malaria Control Programmes in the Greater Mekong Subregion on mathematical modelling, GIS and data analysis to increase their technical capacity.