Malaria is a mosquito-borne, lethal disease that affects millions and kills hundreds of thousands of people each year, mostly children. There is an increasing need for models of malaria control. In this paper, a model is developed for allocating malaria interventions across geographic regions and time, subject to budget constraints, with the aim of minimizing the number of person-days of malaria infection.
© 2016 Harry J. Dudley, Abhishek Goenka, Cesar J. Orellana, Susan E. Martonosi
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Dudley, H. J., Goenka, A., Orellana, C. J., & Martonosi, S. E. (2016). Multi - year optimization of malaria intervention: A mathematical model. Malaria Journal, 15(133). DOI 10.1186/s12936-016-1182-0
Harry J. Dudley is an alumnus of Harvey Mudd College '09 and Claremont Graduate University M.S. '14.
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