Mary K. Cooke

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cia M, et al. Visceral leishmaniasis in a New York foxhound kennel. of ribosomal internal transcribed spacer in clinical samples of Leishmania don-ovani spotted on fi lter paper as revealed by single-strand conformation polymor-phisms and sequencing. S. Climate change and risk of leishmani-asis in North America: predictions from ecological niche models of(More)
Models of Plasmodium falciparum malaria epidemiology that provide realistic quantitative predictions of likely epidemiological outcomes of existing vector control strategies have the potential to assist in planning for the control and elimination of malaria. This work investigates the applicability of mathematical modelling of malaria transmission dynamics(More)
OBJECTIVES To assess the level of research funding awarded to UK institutions specifically for antimicrobial resistance-related research and how closely the topics funded relate to the clinical and public health burden of resistance. METHODS Databases and web sites were systematically searched for information on how infectious disease research studies(More)
The human population in the highlands of Nyanza Province, western Kenya, is subject to sporadic epidemics of Plasmodium falciparum. Indoor residual spraying (IRS) and long-lasting insecticide treated nets (LLINs) are used widely in this area. These interventions are most effective when Anopheles rest and feed indoors and when biting occurs at times when(More)
OBJECTIVES Respiratory infections are responsible for a large global burden of disease. We assessed the public and philanthropic investments awarded to UK institutions for respiratory infectious disease research to identify areas of underinvestment. We aimed to identify projects and categorise them by pathogen, disease and position along the research and(More)
BACKGROUND Research investments are essential to address the burden of disease, however allocation of limited resources is poorly documented. We systematically reviewed the investments awarded by funding organisations to UK institutions and their global partners for infectious disease research. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS Public and philanthropic(More)
OBJECTIVES There has not previously been a systematic comparison of awards for research funding in infectious diseases by sex. We investigated funding awards to UK institutions for all infectious disease research from 1997 to 2010, across disease categories and along the research and development continuum. DESIGN Systematic comparison. METHODS Data were(More)
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