Last Posted: Dec 01, 2022
- Reemergence of Cholera in Haiti.
Rubin Daniel H F et al. The New England journal of medicine 2022 11
- The effect of climate change on cholera disease: The road ahead using artificial neural network.
Asadgol Zahra et al. PloS one 2019 14(11) e0224813
- 'Six million lives could be saved by 2030' through data science,
by Gilbert Nakweya, Sci Dev Net, October 10, 2019
- Harnessing data and technology for public health: five challenges
- Can tracking people through phone-call data improve lives?
A Maxmen, Nature News, May 28, 2019
- Better Cholera Counts Through Machine Learning Models.
Abbasi Jennifer et al. JAMA 2019 Apr (14) 1343
- Genomics can help to monitor cholera- Sequence data from whole genomes let researchers track the spread of strains worldwide.
Nature editorial, January 21, 2019
- Genomic insights into the 2016-2017 cholera epidemic in Yemen.
Weill François-Xavier et al. Nature 2019 Jan
- Mystery of Yemen cholera epidemic solved- Bacteria's genomes reveal that the most likely source of the disease came from Eastern Africa and entered Yemen with the migration of people in and out of the region
Wellcome Sanger Institute, January 2, 2019
- Wellcome Sanger Institute at 25: how the genomic revolution is changing medicine
Wellcome Sanger, September 2018
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