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1. ERGO - Environmental Research Group Oxford

One of IDAMS' main activities in the production of Dengue risk maps, led by Oxford University's MAP project. ... We also provide a web-based archive for use by member of IDAMS and its sister FP7 projects in the '3D' consortium - Stop Dengue and Denfree.

ergodd.zoo.ox.ac.uk/projects.html- 14k - 19 Feb 2017 - Cached

2. Dr Willy Wint | Department of Zoology

Dengue mapping for FP7 IDAMS project (International Research Consortium on Dengue Risk Assessment, Management and Surveillance).

www.zoo.ox.ac.uk/people/dr-willy-wint- 78k - 22 May 2020 - Cached

3. C-reactive protein as a potential biomarker for disease progression in dengue: A multi-country observational study — Medawar

Method: We performed a nested case-control study using the clinical data and samples collected from the IDAMS-consortium multi-country study.

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4. Research Areas - NDM Mexico

rise, according to Zika Infection, a collaboration with ISARIC and colleagues at FIOCRUZ, WHO, Institut Pasteur, ERASMUS, PREDEMICS, ANTIGONE, iDAMS, PREPARE Europe, REACTing (Aviesan), and the German Centre for Infection Research

www.ndm.ox.ac.uk/mexico/research-areas- 18k - Cached

5. C-reactive protein as a potential biomarker for disease progression in dengue: a multi-country observational study. — Medawar

METHOD: We performed a nested case-control study using the clinical data and samples collected from the IDAMS-consortium multi-country study.

www.medawar.ox.ac.uk/publications/1090149- 54k - Cached

6. C-reactive protein as a potential biomarker for disease progression in dengue: a multi-country observational study. — Nuffield Department of Medicine

METHOD: We performed a nested case-control study using the clinical data and samples collected from the IDAMS-consortium multi-country study.

ndm.medsci.ox.ac.uk/publications/1090149- 180k - Cached

7. C-reactive protein as a potential biomarker for disease progression in dengue: a multi-country observational study. — Nuffield Department of Medicine

METHOD:We performed a nested case-control study using the clinical data and samples collected from the IDAMS-consortium multi-country study.

ndm.medsci.ox.ac.uk/publications/1086396- 180k - Cached

8. Research Projects - NDM Mexico

1. Plasmodium vivax malaria: Development of a novel vaccine against Plasmodium vivax malaria using adenovirus of chimpanzee origin and Modified Vaccinia Ankara (MVA) as recombinant vaccines. This project is in collaboration with:. Leiden University

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9. https://www.geog.ox.ac.uk/graduate/research/jkirchherr-160222.pdf

by RF, SL and IDAM (IDAM’s negligence of downstream impacts is particularly surprising since this framework was specifically created to study dams’ social impacts). ... IDAM empirical applications corroborate that the framework's components may

www.geog.ox.ac.uk/graduate/research/jkirchherr-160222.pdf- 1076k - 20 Apr 2016 - Cached

10. C-reactive protein as a potential biomarker for disease progression in dengue: a multi-country observational study. — CTMGH

METHOD:We performed a nested case-control study using the clinical data and samples collected from the IDAMS-consortium multi-country study.

www.tropicalmedicine.ox.ac.uk/publications/1086396- 492k - Cached

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