SW Lindsay
SW Lindsay
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Climate change and vector-borne diseases: a regional analysis
AK Githeko, SW Lindsay, UE Confalonieri, JA Patz
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 78, 1136-1147, 2000
Malaria in the African highlands: past, present and future.
SW Lindsay, WJ Martens
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 76 (1), 33, 1998
The effect of insecticide-treated bed nets on mortality of Gambian children
PL Alonso, SW Lindsay, JRM Armstrong, A De Francisco, FC Shenton, ...
The Lancet 337 (8756), 1499-1502, 1991
Climate change and malaria transmission
SW Lindsay, MH Birley
Annals of Tropical Medicine & Parasitology 90 (5), 573-588, 1996
Impact of irrigation on malaria in Africa: paddies paradox
JN Ijumba, SW Lindsay
Medical and veterinary entomology 15 (1), 1-11, 2001
Effect of temperature on the development of the aquatic stages of Anopheles gambiae sensu stricto (Diptera: Culicidae)
MN Bayoh, SW Lindsay
Bulletin of entomological research 93 (5), 375-381, 2003
A research agenda for malaria eradication: vector control
malERA Consultative Group on Vector Control
PLoS medicine 8 (1), e1000401, 2011
A systematic review of mathematical models of mosquito-borne pathogen transmission: 1970–2010
RC Reiner Jr, TA Perkins, CM Barker, T Niu, LF Chaves, AM Ellis, ...
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 10 (81), 20120921, 2013
Incidence of malaria among children living near dams in northern Ethiopia: community based incidence survey
TA Ghebreyesus, M Haile, KH Witten, A Getachew, AM Yohannes, ...
Bmj 319 (7211), 663-666, 1999
Effect of pregnancy on exposure to malaria mosquitoes
S Lindsay, J Ansell, C Selman, V Cox, K Hamilton, G Walraven
The Lancet 355 (9219), 1972, 2000
Mapping the range and relative abundance of the two principal African malaria vectors, Anopheles gambiae sensu stricto and An. arabiensis, using climate data
SW Lindsay, L Parson, CJ Thomas
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1998
The importance of mosquito behavioural adaptations to malaria control in Africa
ML Gatton, N Chitnis, T Churcher, MJ Donnelly, AC Ghani, HCJ Godfray, ...
Evolution: international journal of organic evolution 67 (4), 1218-1230, 2013
Culturally compelling strategies for behaviour change: a social ecology model and case study in malaria prevention
C Panter-Brick, SE Clarke, H Lomas, M Pinder, SW Lindsay
Social science & medicine 62 (11), 2810-2825, 2006
Effect of fly control on trachoma and diar rhoea
PM Emerson, SW Lindsay, GEL Walraven, H Faal, C Bøgh, K Lowe, ...
The Lancet 353 (9162), 1401-1403, 1999
Reducing malaria by mosquito-proofing houses
SW Lindsay, PM Emerson, JD Charlwood
TRENDS in Parasitology 18 (11), 510-514, 2002
Effect of two different house screening interventions on exposure to malaria vectors and on anaemia in children in The Gambia: a randomised controlled trial
MJ Kirby, D Ameh, C Bottomley, C Green, M Jawara, PJ Milligan, PC Snell, ...
The Lancet 374 (9694), 998-1009, 2009
Integrated malaria vector control with microbial larvicides and insecticide-treated nets in western Kenya: a controlled trial
U Fillinger, B Ndenga, A Githeko, SW Lindsay
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 87, 655-665, 2009
A malaria control trial using insecticide-treated bed nets and targeted chemoprophylaxis in a rural area of The Gambia, West Africa: 6. The impact of the interventions on …
PL Alonso, SW Lindsay, JRMA Schellenberg, K Keita, P Gomez, ...
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 87, 37-44, 1993
Suppression of exposure to malaria vectors by an order of magnitude using microbial larvicides in rural Kenya
U Fillinger, SW Lindsay
Tropical Medicine & International Health 11 (11), 1629-1642, 2006
Relationship between altitude and intensity of malaria transmission in the Usambara Mountains, Tanzania
R Bødker, J Akida, D Shayo, W Kisinza, HA Msangeni, EM Pedersen, ...
Journal of medical entomology 40 (5), 706-717, 2003
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