Teun Bousema PhD
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Teun Bousema's Background
Teun Bousema has a diploma in Biomedical Sciences with specialisations in epidemiology, toxicology and infectious diseases. After fieldwork in Mbita, western Kenya, he completed his PhD thesis on the effects of drugs and immunity on the transmission of P. falciparum in 2007 (Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands). Subsequently, he worked in Moshi, Tanzania, as post-doctoral epidemiologist on several research and capacity building projects. In 2008, Teun joined LSHTM and is now a lecturer based in London.
His current research projects include longitudinal studies on immune correlates of protection against malaria in Uganda and a cluster-randomized trial on the impact of targeted interventions on malaria transmission in Kenya and Mali.
Teun Bousema's Affiliation
Teun Bousema's Teaching
DL tutor - Infectious diseases
Tutor Malaria Epidemiology Module
Teun Bousema's Research
My research focus is on the epidemiology and transmission of falciparum malaria. Several of the projects I am involved in focus on transmission reducing interventions in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Mali.
Specific studies involve i) the transmission of malaria after artemisinin-combination therapy; ii) who in endemic populations carries sexual stage parasites, gametocytes, and is responsible for infecting mosquitoes; iii) the importance of heterogeneity in malaria exposure for malaria control; iv) immune response profiles as correlates of protection against clinical malaria episodes.
Disease and Health Conditions
Hitting hotspots: spatial targeting of malaria for control and elimination.
Bousema, T. ; Griffin, J.T. ; Sauerwein, R.W. ; Smith, D.L. ; Churcher, T.S. ; Takken, W. ; Ghani, A. ; Drakeley, C. ; Gosling, R. ;
PLoS Med, 2012; 9(1):e1001165
Epidemiology and Infectivity of Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax Gametocytes in Relation to Malaria Control and Elimination.
Bousema, T. ; Drakeley, C. ;
Clin Microbiol Rev, 2011; 24(2):377-410
Serologic markers for detecting malaria in areas of low endemicity, Somalia, 2008.
Bousema, T. ; Youssef, R.M. ; Cook, J. ; Cox, J. ; Alegana, V.A. ; Amran, J. ; Noor, A.M. ; Snow, R.W. ; Drakeley, C. ;
Emerg Infect Dis, 2010; 16(3):392-9
Identification of Hot Spots of Malaria Transmission for Targeted Malaria Control.
Bousema, T.; Drakeley, C.; Gesase, S.; Hashim, R.; Magesa, S.; Mosha, F.; Otieno, S.; Carneiro, I.; Cox, J.; Msuya, E.; Kleinschmidt, I.; Maxwell, C.; Greenwood, B.; Riley, E.; Sauerwein, R.; Chandramohan, D.; Gosling, R.;
J Infect Dis, 2010; 201(11):1764-74
The Dynamics of Naturally Acquired Immune Responses to Plasmodium falciparum Sexual Stage Antigens Pfs230 & Pfs48/45 in a Low Endemic Area in Tanzania.
Bousema, T.; Roeffen, W.; Meijerink, H.; Mwerinde, H.; Mwakalinga, S.; van Gemert, G.J.; van de Vegte-Bolmer, M.; Mosha, F.; Targett, G.; Riley, E.M.; Sauerwein, R.; Drakeley, C.;
PLoS One, 2010; 5(11):e14114
Moderate effect of artemisinin-based combination therapy on transmission of Plasmodium falciparum
Bousema, J. T.; Schneider, P.; Gouagna, L. C.; Drakeley, C. J.; Tostmann, A.; Houben, R.; Githure, J. I.; Ord, R.; Sutherland, C. J.; Omar, S. A.; Sauerwein, R. W.
Journal of Infectious Diseases, 2006; 193(8):1151-1159
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