Ghana: Accelerating neglected tropical disease control in a setting of economic development.
Hotez PJ, Biritwum N-, Fenwick A, Molyneux DH, Sachs JD. PLoS neglected tropical diseases. 2019; 13(1):e0007005.
Integrated risk mapping and landscape characterisation of lymphatic filariasis and loiasis in South West Nigeria.
Brant TA, Okorie PN, Ogunmola O, Ojeyode N, Fatunade SB, Davies E, et al.. Parasite epidemiology and control. 2018; 3(1):21–35.
Elimination of lymphatic filariasis in west African urban areas: is implementation of mass drug administration necessary?
Koudou BG, de Souza DK, Biritwum N-, Bougma R, Aboulaye M, Elhassan E, et al.. The Lancet. Infectious diseases. 2018;
Innovative surveillance strategies to support the elimination of filariasis in Africa.
Kelly-Hope LA, Blundell HJ, Macfarlane CL, Molyneux DH. Trends in parasitology. 2018;
The changing global landscape of health and disease: addressing challenges and opportunities for sustaining progress towards control and elimination of neglected tropical diseases (NTDs).
Molyneux DH, Dean L, Adekeye O, Stothard RJ, Theobald S. Parasitology. 2018; 1-8.
Advancing toward the elimination of lymphatic filariasis.
Molyneux DH. The New England journal of medicine. 2018; 379(19):1871-1872.
Neglected tropical diseases and mental health: Progress, partnerships, and integration.
Bailey F, Eaton J, Jidda M, van Brakel WH, Addiss DG, Molyneux DH. Trends in parasitology. 2018; 35(1):23-31.
The London Declaration on Neglected Tropical Diseases: 5 years on.
Molyneux DH. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 2017; 110(11):623-625.
The cross-cutting contribution of the end of neglected tropical diseases to the sustainable development goals.
Bangert M, Molyneux DH, Lindsay SW, Fitzpatrick C, Engels D. Infectious diseases of poverty. 2017; 6(1):73.
Is mass drug administration against lymphatic filariasis required in urban settings? The experience in Kano, Nigeria.
Pam DD, de Souza DK, D'Souza S, Opoku M, Sanda S, Nazaradden I, et al.. PLoS neglected tropical diseases. 2017; 11(10):e0006004.
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