Nakul Chitnis
Nakul Chitnis
Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute
Verified email at unibas.ch
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Determining important parameters in the spread of malaria through the sensitivity analysis of a mathematical model
N Chitnis, JM Hyman, JM Cushing
Bulletin of mathematical biology 70 (5), 1272, 2008
8852008
Bifurcation analysis of a mathematical model for malaria transmission
N Chitnis, JM Cushing, JM Hyman
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 67 (1), 24-45, 2006
4382006
The importance of mosquito behavioural adaptations to malaria control in Africa
ML Gatton, N Chitnis, T Churcher, MJ Donnelly, AC Ghani, HCJ Godfray, ...
Evolution: international journal of organic evolution 67 (4), 1218-1230, 2013
2822013
Some Discrete Competition Models and the Competitive Exclusion Principle
JM Cushing, S Levarge, N Chitnis, SM Henson
Journal of difference Equations and Applications 10 (13-15), 1139-1151, 2004
2122004
Deglaciation of the Eurasian ice sheet complex
H Patton, A Hubbard, K Andreassen, A Auriac, PL Whitehouse, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 169, 148-172, 2017
1532017
Comparing the effectiveness of malaria vector-control interventions through a mathematical model
N Chitnis, A Schapira, T Smith, R Steketee
The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 83 (2), 230-240, 2010
1442010
Towards a comprehensive simulation model of malaria epidemiology and control
T Smith, N Maire, A Ross, M Penny, N Chitnis, A Schapira, A Studer, ...
Parasitology 135 (13), 1507-1516, 2008
1342008
Ensemble modeling of the likely public health impact of a pre-erythrocytic malaria vaccine
T Smith, A Ross, N Maire, N Chitnis, A Studer, D Hardy, A Brooks, ...
PLoS Med 9 (1), e1001157, 2012
1032012
A mathematical model for the dynamics of malaria in mosquitoes feeding on a heterogeneous host population
N Chitnis, T Smith, R Steketee
Journal of Biological Dynamics 2 (3), 259-285, 2008
962008
Mathematical modelling of mosquito dispersal in a heterogeneous environment
AM Lutambi, MA Penny, T Smith, N Chitnis
Mathematical biosciences 241 (2), 198-216, 2013
892013
Potential benefits, limitations and target product-profiles of odor-baited mosquito traps for malaria control in Africa
FO Okumu, NJ Govella, SJ Moore, N Chitnis, GF Killeen
PLoS One 5 (7), e11573, 2010
812010
Target product profile choices for intra-domiciliary malaria vector control pesticide products: repel or kill?
GF Killeen, N Chitnis, SJ Moore, FO Okumu
Malaria journal 10 (1), 1-22, 2011
762011
Using mathematical models in controlling the spread of malaria
NR Chitnis
The University of Arizona., 2005
762005
Effects of pyrethroid resistance on the cost effectiveness of a mass distribution of long-lasting insecticidal nets: a modelling study
OJT Briët, MA Penny, D Hardy, TS Awolola, W Van Bortel, V Corbel, ...
Malaria journal 12 (1), 1-12, 2013
732013
Modelling vertical transmission in vector-borne diseases with applications to Rift Valley fever
N Chitnis, JM Hyman, CA Manore
Journal of biological dynamics 7 (1), 11-40, 2013
732013
Role of mass drug administration in elimination of Plasmodium falciparum malaria: a consensus modelling study
OJ Brady, HC Slater, P Pemberton-Ross, E Wenger, RJ Maude, AC Ghani, ...
The Lancet Global Health 5 (7), e680-e687, 2017
722017
Do cryptic reservoirs threaten gambiense-sleeping sickness elimination?
P Büscher, JM Bart, M Boelaert, B Bucheton, G Cecchi, N Chitnis, ...
Trends in Parasitology 34 (3), 197-207, 2018
702018
Persistence of brucellosis in pastoral systems
V Racloz, E Schelling, N Chitnis, F Roth, J Zinsstag
OIE Revue Scientifique et Technique 32 (1), 61-70, 2013
702013
A periodically-forced mathematical model for the seasonal dynamics of malaria in mosquitoes
N Chitnis, D Hardy, T Smith
Bulletin of mathematical biology 74 (5), 1098-1124, 2012
702012
Potential causes and consequences of behavioural resilience and resistance in malaria vector populations: a mathematical modelling analysis
GF Killeen, N Chitnis
Malaria Journal 13 (1), 1-16, 2014
672014
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