Daniel Chandramohan MBBS MSc PhD
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BackgroundGraduated in medicine in 1975. Then worked as a primary care physician in India and Ethiopia and as a district medical officer in Zimbabwe. In 1992, he started as a research fellow in the LSHTM. He is now a professor of public health in the Department of Infectious and Tropical Diseases. His research interests include epidemiology and control of malaria, meningitis, indirect methods to assess causes of death, and interventions to improve mother and child health. He is now leading several clinical trials and studies on innovative ways of delivering curative and perventive care to control burden of malaria and childhood pneumonia. He is a member of two consortia (ACT and MiP consortia) funded by the Bill and Melida Gates Foundation, and a temporary advisor on several WHO Technical Expert Groups on malaria and global burden of disease.
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Effect on the incidence of pneumonia of vitamin D supplementation by quarterly bolus dose to infants in Kabul: a randomised controlled superiority trial
Manaseki-Holland, S.; Maroof, Z.; Bruce, J.; Mughal, M.Z.; Masher, M.I.; Bhutta, Z.A.; Walraven, G.; Chandramohan, D.
Lancet, 2012; 379(9824):1419-1427
Prevalence of malaria and sexually transmitted and reproductive tract infections in pregnancy in sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic review.
Chico, R.M. ; Mayaud, P. ; Ariti, C. ; Mabey, D. ; Ronsmans, C. ; Chandramohan, D. ;
JAMA, 2012; 307(19):2079-86
The clinical impact of combining intermittent preventive treatment with home management of malaria in children aged below 5 years: cluster randomised trial.
Tagbor, H. ; Cairns, M. ; Nakwa, E. ; Browne, E. ; Sarkodie, B. ; Counihan, H. ; Meek, S. ; Chandramohan, D. ;
Trop Med Int Health, 2011; 16(3):280-9
Accuracy of five algorithms to diagnose gambiense human african trypanosomiasis.
Checchi, F. ; Chappuis, F. ; Karunakara, U. ; Priotto, G. ; Chandramohan, D. ;
PLoS Negl Trop Dis, 2011; 5(7):e1233
Protective efficacy and safety of three antimalarial regimens for intermittent preventive treatment for malaria in infants: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial
Gosling, R.D.; Gesase, S.; Mosha, J.F.; Carneiro, I.; Hashim, R.; Lemnge, M.; Mosha, F.W.; Greenwood, B.; Chandramohan, D.;
Lancet, 2009; 374(9700):1521-32
A Randomized, Controlled Trial of Intermittent Preventive Treatment with Sulfadoxine-Pyrimethamine, Amodiaquine, or the Combination in Pregnant Women in Ghana.
Clerk, C.A.; Bruce, J.; Affipunguh, P.K.; Mensah, N.; Hodgson, A.; Greenwood, B.; Chandramohan, D.;
J Infect Dis, 2008; 198(8):1202-11
A new approach to the definition of seroconversion following vaccination in a population with high background antibody concentrations.
Chandramohan, D.; Coleman, P.; Nelson, C.; Greenwood, B.;
Vaccine, 2007; 25S1:A58-A62
Efficacy, safety, and tolerability of amodiaquine plus sulphadoxine-pyrimethamine used alone or in combination for malaria treatment in pregnancy: a randomised trial.
Tagbor, H.; Bruce, J.; Browne, E.; Randal, A.; Greenwood, B.; Chandramohan, D.;
Lancet, 2006; 368(9544):1349-56
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