Bonnie Cundill BSc(Hons) MSc
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Bonnie Cundill's Background
I obtained a BSc(Hons) in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Glasgow and MSc in Medical Statistics from LSHTM. I joined the Tropical Epidemiology Group at LSHTM in November 2005 having previously worked in the Statistics Division at the Department of Health.
Bonnie Cundill's Affiliation
Bonnie Cundill's Teaching
I am module organiser for Cluster Randomised Trials, an advanced module on the distance learning MSc in Clinical Trials. I also teach on the Analysis and Design of Research Studies and the Advanced Statistical Methods in Epidemiology modules and I am tutor for students on the MSc Medical Statistics and distance learning MSc Epidemiology.
Bonnie Cundill's Research
I am the core statistician for the Artemisinin Combination Therapy (ACT) Consortium www.actconsortium.org, a group of 16 projects funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to improve the delivery of antimalarial drugs in Africa and Asia. My research involves the design and analysis of various projects including cluster surveys, longitudinal studies and cluster randomised trials to develop and evaluate delivery mechanisms to improve the targeting of and access to ACTs.
- Behaviour change
- Complex interventions
- Health services research
- Mixed methods
- Randomised controlled trials
- Statistical methods
Disease and Health Conditions
- Infectious disease
- Sub-Saharan Africa (developing only)
- Cluster Randomised Trials
- Clustered Data
- Malaria Centre
- Tropical Epidemiology Group
Willingness-to-pay for a rapid malaria diagnostic test and artemisinin-based combination therapy from private drug shops in Mukono district, Uganda.
Hansen, K.S.; Pedrazzoli, D.; Mbonye, A.; Clarke, S.; Cundill, B.; Magnussen, P.; Yeung, S.;
Health Policy Plan, 2013; 28(2):185-96
Malaria prevalence and treatment of febrile patients at health facilities and medicine retailers in Cameroon.
Mangham, L.J.; Cundill, B.; Achonduh, O.A.; Ambebila, J.N.; Lele, A.K.; Metoh, T.N.; Ndive, S.N.; Ndong, I.C.; Nguela, R.L.; Nji, A.M.; Orang-Ojong, B.; Wiseman, V.; Pamen-Ngako, J.; Mbacham, W.F.;
Trop Med Int Health, 2012; 17(3):330-42
A cost-effectiveness analysis of provider interventions to improve health worker practice in providing treatment for uncomplicated malaria in Cameroon: a study protocol for a randomized controlled trial.
Wiseman, V. ; Mangham, L.J. ; Cundill, B. ; Achonduh, O.A. ; Nji, A.M. ; Njei, A.N. ; Chandler, C. ; Mbacham, W.F. ;
Trials, 2012; 13:4
Selection and quantification of infection endpoints for trials of vaccines against intestinal helminths.
Alexander, N.; Cundill, B.; Sabatelli, L.; Bethony, J.M.; Diemert, D.; Hotez, P.; Smith, P.G.; Rodrigues, L.C.; Brooker, S.;
Vaccine, 2011; 29(20):3686-94
Treatment of uncomplicated malaria at public health facilities and medicine retailers in south-eastern Nigeria.
Mangham, L.J. ; Cundill, B. ; Ezeoke, O. ; Nwala, E. ; Uzochukwu, B.S. ; Wiseman, V. ; Onwujekwe, O. ;
Malar J, 2011; 10:155
Rates and intensity of re-infection with human helminths after treatment and the influence of individual, household, and environmental factors in a Brazilian community.
Cundill, B.; Alexander, N.; Bethony, J.M.; Diemert, D.; Pullan, R.L.; Brooker, S.;
Parasitology, 2011; 138(11):1406-16
Efficacy, safety, and tolerability of three regimens for prevention of malaria: a randomized, placebo-controlled trial in ugandan schoolchildren.
Nankabirwa, J.; Cundill, B.; Clarke, S.; Kabatereine, N.; Rosenthal, P.J.; Dorsey, G.; Brooker, S.; Staedke, S.G.;
PLoS One, 2010; 5(10):e13438
Effect of intermittent preventive treatment of malaria on health and education in schoolchildren: a cluster-randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.
Clarke, S.E.; Jukes, M.C.; Njagi, J.K.; Khasakhala, L.; Cundill, B.; Otido, J.; Crudder, C.; Estambale, B.B.; Brooker, S.;
Lancet, 2008; 372(9633):127-38
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