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Daniel Chandramohan

MBBS MSc PhD

Professor
of Public Health

Room
414

LSHTM
Keppel Street
London
WC1E 7HT
United Kingdom

Tel.
0207 927 2322

Fax.
0207 927 2918
Graduated 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.  

Affiliations

Department of Disease Control

Research

Research Area
Drug resistance
Micronutrients
Surveillance
Discipline
Epidemiology
Disease and Health Conditions
Malaria
Meningitis

Selected Publications

Effective management of district-level malaria control and elimination: implementing quality and participative process improvements.
Agins B; Case P; Chandramohan D; Chen I; Chikodzore R; Chitapi P; Chung A; Gosling R; Gosling J; Gumbi M
2022
BMC PUBLIC HEALTH
Estimating causes of death where there is no medical certification: evolution and state of the art of verbal autopsy.
Chandramohan D; Fottrell E; Leitao J; Nichols E; Clark SJ; Alsokhn C; Cobos Munoz D; AbouZahr C; Di Pasquale A; Mswia R
2022
Global Health Action
The prevalence of molecular markers of resistance to sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine among pregnant women at first antenatal clinic attendance and delivery in the forest-savannah area of Ghana.
Dosoo DK; Bailey JA; Asante KP; Oppong FB; Niaré K; Opoku-Mensah J; Owusu-Agyei S; Greenwood B; Chandramohan D
2022
PloS One
Impact of seasonal RTS,S/AS01E vaccination plus seasonal malaria chemoprevention on the nutritional status of children in Burkina Faso and Mali.
Grant J; Sagara I; Zongo I; Cairns M; Yerbanga RS; Diarra M; Zoungrana C; Issiaka D; Nikièma F; Sompougdou F
2022
Malaria Journal
Resurgent and delayed malaria.
Greenwood B; Zongo I; Dicko A; Chandramohan D; Snow RW; Ockenhouse C
2022
Malaria Journal
Impact of mass administration of azithromycin as a preventive treatment on the prevalence and resistance of nasopharyngeal carriage of Staphylococcus aureus.
Hema-Ouangraoua S; Tranchot-Diallo J; Zongo I; Kabore NF; Nikièma F; Yerbanga RS; Tinto H; Chandramohan D; Ouedraogo G-A; Greenwood B
2021
PloS one
The Anti-Circumsporozoite Antibody Response of Children to Seasonal Vaccination With the RTS,S/AS01E Malaria Vaccine.
Sagara I; Zongo I; Cairns M; Yerbanga RS; Mahamar A; Nikièma F; Tapily A; Sompougdou F; Diarra M; Zoungrana C
2021
CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES
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