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    • Acquired and Transmitted Multidrug Resistant Tuberculosis: The Role of Social Determinants 

      Odone, Anna; Calderon, Roger; Becerra, Mercedes C.; Zhang, Zibiao; Contreras, Carmen C.; Yataco, Rosa; Galea, Jerome; Lecca, Leonid; Bonds, Matthew H.; Mitnick, Carole D.; Murray, Megan B. (Public Library of Science, 2016)
      Although risk factors for multi-drug resistant tuberculosis are known, few studies have differentiated between acquired and transmitted resistance. It is important to identify factors associated with these different ...
    • Baseline population health conditions ahead of a health system strengthening program in rural Madagascar 

      Miller, Ann; Ramananjato, Ranto H.; Garchitorena, Andres; Rabeza, Victor R.; Gikic, Djordje; Cripps, Amber; Cordier, Laura; Rahaniraka Razanadrakato, Hery-Tiana; Randriamanambintsoa, Marius; Hall, Lara; Murray, Megan Blanche; Safara Razanavololo, Felicite; Rich, Michael Leonard; Bonds, Matthew H (Informa UK Limited, 2017)
    • Disease Ecology, Biodiversity, and the Latitudinal Gradient in Income 

      Bonds, Matthew H; Dobson, Andrew P.; Keenan, Donald C. (Public Library of Science, 2012)
      While most of the world is thought to be on long-term economic growth paths, more than one-sixth of the world is roughly as poor today as their ancestors were hundreds of years ago. The majority of the extremely poor live ...
    • Environmental transmission of Mycobacterium ulcerans drives dynamics of Buruli ulcer in endemic regions of Cameroon 

      Garchitorena, Andrés; Ngonghala, Calistus N.; Texier, Gaëtan; Landier, Jordi; Eyangoh, Sara; Bonds, Matthew H.; Guégan, Jean-François; Roche, Benjamin (Nature Publishing Group, 2015)
      Buruli Ulcer is a devastating skin disease caused by the pathogen Mycobacterium ulcerans. Emergence and distribution of Buruli ulcer cases is clearly linked to aquatic ecosystems, but the specific route of transmission of ...
    • Poverty, Disease, and the Ecology of Complex Systems 

      Ngonghala, Calistus N.; Pluciński, Mateusz M.; Murray, Megan B.; Farmer, Paul E.; Barrett, Christopher B.; Keenan, Donald C.; Bonds, Matthew H. (Public Library of Science, 2014)
      Understanding why some human populations remain persistently poor remains a significant challenge for both the social and natural sciences. The extremely poor are generally reliant on their immediate natural resource base ...